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Doris Day movies Pillow Talk 1959 One of my all time FAV movies...actually ANY Doris Day movie....

One of my favorite movies

The Bodyguard : 1992 - Just heard one of American Idol's contestants sang, I will always love you. The contestant is one of my favorites besides she is from where I live.. :-) But, I can't stop thinking about Whitney and about this movie.. I now listen to the song again and again... RIP, Whitney...unbelievably talented woman...

The Butler (2013) As Cecil Gaines serves eight presidents during his tenure as a butler at the White House, the civil rights movement, Vietnam, and other major events affect this man's life, family, and American society. Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, John Cusack...2d

I always think of this movie when I eat peanut M Another romantic movie - I am turning into such a sap in my old age! (lol)

American Beauty (1999)

I was enjoying this story and the foreshadowing was leading me to great cathartic moment, but in true American-suck-o-ending style, "everyone lived happily ever after". This ending gets a 10 on the Suck-O-Meter. I want to see the Koren version, upon which this tacky American version is based. I already know how the Koren version ends, but I want my cathartic moment, damn it!

Not my favorite

2 of 2 pins... Wings, 1927. Acclaimed for its technical prowess and realism upon release, the film became the yardstick for which future aviation films were measured against, due mainly to its realistic air combat sequences. Grade: 7.39/10 ... http://www.printcollection.com/print/1915

MGM Pictures The Thomas Crown Affair VHS Movie * Plastic * -- Used

Favorite Quote: "It's like we're on two different channels now. I'm CNN, and she's the Home Shopping Network." #Romance #Movies

A favorite

American Graffiti

Favorite Quote: "Newlyweds. What else do they do but make love and war?" #Romance #Movies

loved this movie

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One of my favorites!

Great movie

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Loved the book and the movie! You have to really love football to get into the book, though. It's more about the history of the left tackle in the NFL than it is about Michael Oher.