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I have many but will select one of my favourites that virtually everyone in the world panned but I love.   Godzilla 1998 version with Matthew Broderick


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  #2467212 21-Apr-2020 16:51
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WyleECoyoteNZ:

 

Oooo....that's a tough one.

 

Ronin if I had to choose one.

 

 

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  #2467213 21-Apr-2020 16:51
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Tricky one.

 

 

 

The Long Kiss Goodnight. 





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  #2467214 21-Apr-2020 16:54
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  #2467221 21-Apr-2020 17:05
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Tricky one.

 

 

 

The Long Kiss Goodnight. 

 

 

+1 For this too. It would be in my top 5.


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  #2467222 21-Apr-2020 17:06
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I wouldn't say my favorite of all time but definitely one i can watch over again and again.

 

 

 

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  #2467233 21-Apr-2020 17:23
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Saving Private Ryan.


 
 
 
 


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  #2467237 21-Apr-2020 17:28
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Apocalypse now and Blade Runner.


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  #2467241 21-Apr-2020 17:36
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Apocalypse now and Blade Runner.

 

 

Can only choose one. :)


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  #2467242 21-Apr-2020 17:39
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ajw:

 

Apocalypse now and Blade Runner.

 

 

Can only choose one. :)

 

 

In that case Apocalypse now.


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  #2467245 21-Apr-2020 17:44
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Favorites change with age.  I've rewatched videos from 30 years back which at the time I thought were great, now they are so stupid.

 

Also, I have favourites in different genres, Scifi, comedy, action , horror etc.

 

Regardless, I'll throw a favourite comedy into the mix...

 

Ferris Bueller's Day out. 

 

 


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  #2467255 21-Apr-2020 18:04
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Wonder Woman (2017)





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  #2467259 21-Apr-2020 18:08
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If "favourite" is defined as the film I'd most miss never being able to watch again...

 

Primer.

 

Can be a bit confusing the first few times it is watched, as the xkcd comic indicates: https://xkcd.com/657/

 

 


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  #2467273 21-Apr-2020 18:25
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Cats!

 

 

What, and Battlefield Earth, as a runner up?

 

 

Nah, my second choice would probably be Mamma Mia!

 

 





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