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Bonus Readers' Thread: Favorite All-Time Movies

June 12, 2024

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Yesterday, in the comments of the Tuesday Discussion, fantasyfb3313 suggested that we make some space for our readers (and writers) to list their favorite movies of all-time.


This doesn't have to be a Top-10 list, but it can be. If you have 15 favorite movies, list them all. Or, if you have only one, that's fine too.


These do not have to be baseball movies. Also a movie series (if that works for you) can count as one movie, or you can list them all individually.


Let's also not make this a series of debates about, "My favorite movie is better than yours" or "Your favorite movie stinks..."


List the movies you love. Maybe someone will be able to find a new favorite movie to watch, enjoy, and also love.


Have fun...


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popsmcp
popsmcp
Jun 13

The Shawshank Redemption. Forrest Gump

The African Queen

Casablanca

Cinderella Man

Castaway

The Bridge On the River Kwai

Braveheart

The Sting

Tommy Boy

The Natural

Field of Dreams

Rocky

Back to the Future

Wizard of Oz


To name a few!


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popsmcp
popsmcp
Jun 13
Replying to

Forgot George Bailey and “It’s a Wonderful Life”.

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fantasyfb3313
Jun 13

I have to add Batman Begins to my list. I love the whole triology, but for me no doubt the first is my favorite.


Batman Begins

The Dark Knight

Both Guardians of the Galaxy 1 and 2

Iron Man 1 and 3

Avengers Endgame


these are my favorite superhero movies. i do not have an order. the order would change often

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Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger
Jun 13
Replying to

Superman 1 and II (Christopher Reeve) were favorites.

I liked the first Spiderman

I also liked the first Iron Man

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Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger
Jun 13

Please remember from above:


"Let's also not make this a series of debates about, "My favorite movie is better than yours" or "Your favorite movie stinks..." "

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fantasyfb3313
Jun 13
Replying to

oh my gosh robert. hahaha! not sure where everyone here is from or living. obviously Jeff regularly references living in LA. always guess everyone else is in NY or close. being in South Dakota, myself, i could not recommend any NY area therapist to help you (or excuse me, your friend, wink wink- does your friend happen to go by nick name Fuster?), but i could recommend someone who might be able to help you via zoom, so that you could overcome the trauma that was inflicted on you by being forced to watch The Natural-- oops sorry i mean the trauma inflicted on your friend, you know... um ... for whatever is troubling the poor fella


OR both of…

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Philip Cashier
Philip Cashier
Jun 12

I forgot the funniest movie ever made, "The Bird Cage"

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Jeff Korell
Jeff Korell
Jun 12

I just thought of the "Back To The Future" movies. Wouldn't it be nice to ride in that DeLorean and go back in time to 1927, and attend a game at the old Yankee Stadium with Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig playing in front of us?

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Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger
Jun 13
Replying to

I greatly enjoyed the first Back to the Future movie.

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