"Sell crazy some place else, we're all stocked up here." LOL! I love this.
One of my top 5 favorite movies ever.
In my top 500, lol.
Michael - which ones are in your top 5? I love comedy of course.
Not sure I can pick just 5, but here are 11 of my favorite films:All About Eve 1950-Jos. MankiewiczDiary of a Country Priest 1950-Robt. BressonThe Exterminating Angel 1967-Luis BunuelThe Ghost & Mrs. Muir 1947-Jos. MankiewiczBeauty and the Beast 1946-Jean CocteauPicnic at Hanging Rock 1975-Peter WeirRan 1985-Akira KurosawaTreasure of the Sierra Madre 1948-John HoustonVertigo 1958-HitchcockThe Virgin Spring 1959-BergmanThe Wizard of Oz 1939-Victor FlemingPure escapist fare!
Michael those are good films - I have only seen a couple however.My 11 favorites - that simply come to mind:Breakfast at Tiffany'sDeath In VeniceBrother Sun Sister MoonThe Nun's StoryThe BirdcageAuntie MameAll About EveAnnie HallMoonstruckBabette's FeastAs Good As It GetsLongtime CompanionNot the greatest films I suppose.
Annie Hall & Breakfast at Tiffany's just miss my short list. Death in Venice, Moonstruck & Babette's Feast are way up there for me too. Brother Sun Sister Moon would be at the very top of my list except it is spoiled for me by a couple saccharine scenes. I love most of the Donovan's score! Just re-watched my taped copy of Longtime Companion a couple of months ago, after not seeing it since it first came out, and I promptly deleted it. I guess it wouldn't make my top 500 or so...lol
Michael - Longtime Companion is not a great film, and it is pretty much early propaganda - but I know so many people who went through that, it reminds me of that reality. I also watch it when I get all holier than thou about gay people and the lifestyle. They are people... persons with souls.
Babette's Feast is amazing.
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