What are some of your favorite films?

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Mrs Tuttle
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Re: What are some of your favorite films?

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I forgot 'Star Trek'! I love that movie.. Although i have watched it so many times that i don't really laugh all that much anymore. And yet i still find it funny :oops:
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One of my favs of all times is Man on fire. As a warning it is not for the squeamish and it has a very, very R rating.
Rated R for language and strong violence
It is every word of that especially the strong violence.

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Marley And Me It's A Great Movie!
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MASH is a great film! :henry:

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I love everything James Bond & Planet Of The Apes.

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I'm a Christian, and my all-time favorite movie is a underrated and AMAZING Christian film called "Alone, Yet Not Alone", which is a true story about a pair of sisters that are captured by Native Americans and rely on their faith to survive.
I also enjoy the National Treasure movies with Nic Cage and "Law and Order" a westren that stars our president Ronald Reagan and Russell Johnson, who was Professor on Gilligan's Island.
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