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    • Utterly bemused 10th August 2021 at 10:42 pm

      Dr Strangelove – comedies from that era were unbeatable

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    • Reverend Nick 10th August 2021 at 11:46 pm

      I recently re-watched Marty Feldman’s “Every Home Should Have One” which I thought was the best film in film-land back in 1970. What can I say now? Well, it’s . . . er . . . very much of its time!

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    • Sue47 11th August 2021 at 12:06 pm

      Shirley Valentine. Many groan when I say it but it’s me. I lived on Crete for some years, sadly having to return due to health issues. My home was on the edge of a lagoon where I sat many evenings watching the sun set. I have the film on video(!) and watch it a couple of times a year, it takes me back to those halcyon days. Willy Russell might have written it for many who are weary of their lives and need to break the mould.

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    • George W 11th August 2021 at 6:09 pm

      Young Frankenstein.
      Alien .
      The lady Killers ( original Ealing one).
      Westworld .

      So many more but these beauties spring to mind at the moment .

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      • Deleted User 13th August 2021 at 11:29 am

        Stranger than fiction
        His girl Friday
        Amelie
        Breakfast Club … 😀

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        • George W 13th August 2021 at 11:46 am

          Loved Amelie, other foreign language films I could watch over would be :

          Solaris (original Soviet one although the “George Cluny” one is good also).
          The Bicycle Thieves.
          El Postino.
          Cinema Paradiso.
          Panther Panchali.
          The Seventh Seal .

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        • Deleted User 13th August 2021 at 12:01 pm

          OH that is my fav foreign film list too … an eclectic taste I see … intriguing

          I adore Il Postino as I love Pablo Neruda’s poetry and the movie was a gem and Amelie is a always a staple rewatch … you might like these then …

          > Blind Date (Un peu, beaucoup, aveuglément)
          > Angel-A (Luc Besson) amazing noir
          > The Red Turtle
          > Hugo
          > Les Choristes
          > Monsoon Wedding
          > The Darjeeling Limited

          … and any old movies with Spencer Tracey & Katherine Hepburn in it 🎥🎞

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        • George W 13th August 2021 at 12:28 pm

          Loved Angela and Hugo …will catch up on the rest .Others that just pop to mind would be :

          The lives of Others.
          A Separation.
          The Stalker( really anything by Tarkovsky and his dreamlike imagery ) .
          Aguirre .

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        • Deleted User 13th August 2021 at 12:50 pm

          Thanks, I only know the first one … ( lives of others) will check the others out. 😎🎞 have a long weekend of sweet nothingness so alway nice to explore new movies … thanks

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        • Reverend Nick 15th August 2021 at 1:08 pm

          I can thoroughly recommend L’ecume Des Jours or Mood Indigo to give it it’s English title. Bizarre film of Boris Vian’s surrealist book – in which Audrey Tautou’s insides are made of wool!

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    • HH 2021 11th August 2021 at 8:25 pm

      Bohemian Rhapsody, love it! Watched it about 10 times already!🤣

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    • CAAS 11th August 2021 at 8:55 pm

      Blimey, that’s a tough one, off the Top of my head.
      Star Wars (Original Trilogy)
      It’s a Wonderful Life.
      Angels with Dirty Faces
      Casablanca
      True Grit (the one starring Duke Wane)
      The Dollars Trilogy
      The Shootist
      Can’t think of any more at the moment, but there will be more, when I think about them.

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    • Deleted User 11th August 2021 at 9:18 pm

      Mind full of honey – watch it all the way to the end and it will make sense.

      Shawshank redemption

      Phenomenon

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    • LeighS 11th August 2021 at 10:25 pm

      Mannequin
      Three Men and a Baby
      Three Men and a Little Lady
      The Sound of Music
      All the Beethoven movies
      Dad’s Army – the 1971 version

      There are more but these are just some of them

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    • Shirlann 12th August 2021 at 7:21 am

      Wizard of oz
      Edward scissorhands
      The champ
      Whistle down the wind
      To name a few 🤔😁

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      • adeliza0165 15th August 2021 at 6:37 am

        The Wizard of Oz is such a classic – have watched it so many times and never get fed up of it. Takes me back to another time and era… I didnt exist and my mum was just a baby 💟

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      • Chooch 15th August 2021 at 9:28 am

        Whistle down the wind!! Thank you!! What a better film.

        I wonder if you might like Tony Scott’s ‘Loving Memory’? It’s a bit macabre but cinematography is magical.

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    • AEB 12th August 2021 at 4:35 pm

      The green mile

      The quite Man

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    • Sonny1234 12th August 2021 at 7:22 pm

      The Godfather
      The Godfather PT 2
      Casino
      Goodfellas
      The Dark Knight
      The Searchers
      The Warriors
      Apocalypse Now
      Somebody Up There Likes Me
      When We Were Kings
      Taras Bulba

      Admittedly a few more than most but I’m a big movie fan & for me The Cinema is a refuge at bad times , a great film is like a great book , you can get lost in it!!!!
      I could name more but I think that’s enough to be going on with .lol .

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    • shelagh.lamming 12th August 2021 at 7:48 pm

      Never watched any film

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    • JaneG 12th August 2021 at 9:36 pm

      I kicked myself for not using lockdown to watch the Star Wars films in the order that the story unfolds … or does that contain too many spoilers? Should I watch them in the order that they were produced?? 🤔 Advice welcome!!

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    • Margaret B 13th August 2021 at 8:23 am

      Early Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Last of the Mohicans (Daniel Day Lewis)

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    • Keith D 13th August 2021 at 9:54 am

      Miracle on 34th street.
      Love story and ghost.
      Also Ben Hur

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    • Deleted User 13th August 2021 at 12:55 pm

      Fury
      The Water Diviner
      The Italian job
      The man who would be king
      Meet Joe black
      Gatsby
      300

      Sure there’s more, just recalling them

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    • Deleted User 13th August 2021 at 5:15 pm

      Peanut butter falcon in bbc 1 tonight ( Frud 13th August) I was recommended it a few years ago. Great film and worth watching

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    • Chooch 14th August 2021 at 9:24 am

      Border; The Handmaiden; Before Midnight/Sunrise/Sunset trilogy; True Romance; The Maltese Falcon; The Third Man… and I love Lost in Translation. Thank you for such a great question! I’m now going to check out all your recommendations too 🙏 Happy weekend!! 🙂

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    • Anonymous User (no longer active) 16th August 2021 at 12:49 am

      Midnight Express, the Deer Hunter and Coming Home just to hear the soundtrack again

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    • Caroline of Smoggy land 16th August 2021 at 3:43 pm

      The American President (Michael Douglas), Grease, Dirty Dancing, Ghost, Miracle on 34th Street (either the original or the 90s, but not the 70s version), Young Frankenstein, Blazing Saddles, The Boat that Rocked (Pirate Radio Stations), In Her Shoes (Cameron Diaz), Harry Potter films.

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    • Utterly bemused 18th August 2021 at 12:18 am

      How about ‘Brighton Rock’ – Richard Attenborough could play a villain brilliantly.

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    • Roderick999 18th August 2021 at 7:58 am

      So…

      1. The Best Years of our Lives (Director William Wyler)
      2. All about Eve (Director: Billy Wilder)
      3. Citizen Kane ( Director: Orson Welles)
      4. Lawrence of Arabia (Director: David Lean)
      5. Once Upon a Time in the West (ditto: America) Director: Sergio Leone)
      6. Musicals: Cabaret; West Side Story; Wizard of Oz; Blues Brothers; Woodstock
      7. Kes (Director: Ken Loach)
      8. Local Hero ( Director: Bill Forsyth).
      9. Wild Strawberries (Director: Ingmar Bergman).
      10. Apocalypse Now (Director: Francis Ford Coppola)
      11. Mean Streets (Director: Martin Scorsese)
      12 Tokyo Story (Director Ozu)
      13. Ran (Director: Kurosawa)
      15 The Remains of the Day Director: Wiliam Nichlson)
      16. Alien (Director Ridley Scott)

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    • Paul of Southampton 18th August 2021 at 12:02 pm

      Not in any order of merit, here is a sample
      some Errol Flynn
      some Randolph Scott westerns
      Maltese Falcon
      Oh Mr Porter, Ask A Policeman, Windbag The Sailor
      Last Of The Mohicans
      Vampire Lovers
      Spy Who Came In from the Cold
      Terminator 1 & 2
      Conan the Barbarian and the Destroyer
      Casablanca and lot of those crime films of that period – Double Indemnity etc
      Young Frankenstein, Blazing Saddles, High Anxiety
      Jason & the Argonauts
      Bride Of Frankenstein Frankenstein
      The Thing
      Foreign Language
      Downfall
      Crime Spree
      Les Diaboliques
      Man Bites Dog
      Brotherhood Of The Wolf
      La Balance
      On Upon A Time In China
      The Legend of Fong Sai-yuk
      Diva
      Le Bossu
      Le Diner De Cons
      Aguirre
      Nosferatu
      Bob Le Flambeur
      Le Doulos
      Army Of Shadows
      Le Cercle Rouge
      Ridicule
      Placard
      Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec
      Mongol
      Run Lola Run

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