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    The Grapes of Wrath (1940) Classic movie about the struggles faced by those during the Great Depression.

    Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, BEETLEJUICE!!!

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    The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari


    The original trailer for Metropolis can be seen here. More at The movie is such a tresure.

    Fritz Lang did other great work, but this is his legacy, and a fine one it is. Plus, it's Art Deco - bonus.

    "Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room." DR. STRANGELOVE

    Richard Avedon - Steve McQueen, 1965. A true natural on screen.

    Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton met and fell in love during the making of 'Cleopatra' in 1963.

    Band of Brothers was great on its own, but the fact that it's based on the lives of soldiers - some of whom are interviewed for the series - calls our own character and courage into question: How well would we have done in their situation?

    Band of Brothers: One of the best mini-series ever. It never gets maudlin, yet connects you with the characters so well.

    Family portrait? No. Stark realization. Great scene. (Raising Arizona)

    Nick Cage in one of his best roles. The movie had that wonderful backhand/down-low high prose. It's mocking prose made it so fun.

    To Kill a Mockingbird - a very important movie for so many reasons.

    Great, and better because it's true. Gutsy story.

    Marty Feldman and Madeline Kahn in Young Frankenstein (or is that Fronkenshteen?)

    One of the best ever. Mr. Brooks, you are a genius.

    Back before Leslie Nielsen was a funny man. What a great movie.

    Brazil: Johnathan Pryce and Robert De Niro

    1984: Big Brother is watching ... you.

    1984: Richard Burton as an administrator.

    1984: Still compelling, and a bit too real these days.

    Bladerunner: Darryl Hannah and Harrison Ford

    Bladerunner - Rutger Hauer in a role that defined him for many years.