It‘s FriYaY! and this prompt is inspiring a night in watching a lot of movies. 📽🎟🍿🥤
1. all the Stars Wars
3. Queen of the Damned
4. Actor: Samuel L. Jackson
Actress: Kathy Bates
5. a. The Golem and the Jinni
b. The Night Circus
c. My Best Friend‘s Exorcism
#Frideas #HollywoodEdition @SailorMoon
I wish there was a Litsy for film...my husband asserts that I could use Instagram but it's just not the same. I'm watching my way through Ebert's Great Movies; anyone here interested in watching along?
Look what I received @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego so excited 😆 I‘m still waiting for two items yo@send my package out to my receiver 😖 but I‘ll have them before I the opening date and she will have the box before the opening date so we are all@happy and excited 😆 yea!!! @DoonTheGoon #readthemovieswap
It's #ManicMonday with @JoScho
1. The Lord Of The Rings.
2. My Neighbor Totoro.
3. I don't believe in guilty pleasures so I'm changing this question to movies I can watch over and over! Inception, Hot Fuzz, Chronicles Of Riddick, Live Free Or Die Hard.
4. Just a drink at the theater.
1. Breakfast At Tiffany‘s (I‘ve yet to read the book)
2. Roman Holiday or Wait Until Dark (love Audrey Hepburn)
3. I love musicals.
4. Candy. I actually hate popcorn, but if I‘m desperate I‘ll eat it.
1. The Princess Bride, Pride and Prejudice (the BBC mini-series)
2. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
3. Love Actually - watch it every December!
4. Popcorn, but I bring my own. Most movie theater popcorn contains coconut oil, which I am allergic to.
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Watching The Holiday and getting some reading in during the commercials. Love this movie.
When I think #glamorous, old Hollywood stars come to mind, and Roger Ebert's first volume of great film tributes contains plenty of glamor roles from Notorious, La Dolce Vita, Vertigo, and Double Indemnity, to name a few. In the latter part of his career, Ebert matured a great deal and became a passionate advocate for film as art, while still writing insightfully about why a film succeeds with audiences. #augustgrrrl @Cinfhen
I'm gonna try this without cheating but there are so many.
1. Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back
2. Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn
5. Die Hard
OMFG! So Many, Not Listed, Must Stop Typing ....
These aren't my all-time favorite movies, but I do love them and will absolutely stop what I'm doing to watch if they are on somewhere. (I'm counting the first 2 Terminator movies as one because I had them in a box set on VHS and would always watch them back to back.)
Tough one! 1. Sleepless in Seattle 2. A League of their Own 3. Pride and Prejudice 4. Pretty Woman 5. The Sound of Music #5movies
These are not my favorite movies BUT the movies that I will stop and watch whenever I see them on tv. Even if they're edited and feature commercials and I own it on DVD. 🤦🏻♀️
You've Got Mail
Hotel for Dogs
Looks like a fun tag! #5movies
🎬Pride and Prejudice - the Colin Firth miniseries version
🎬 Where the Heart Is - younger Natalie Portman movie, based on the book by Billie Letts
🎬 Gone with the Wind
🎬 Love Actually
🎬 Princess Bride
So hard to pick 5!
1) The Fifth Element - has been my favorite for *forever*
2) The Nightmare Before Christmas
4) Some Like It Hot (1959, Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe and Jack Lemmon)
5) Now, Voyager - Bette Davis, who will always be one of my favorites.
🎬Return of the King - my favorite movie ever!
🎬E.T. - 1st I can remember in the theater. Was carried out, inconsolably crying because E.T. left Elliott.
🎬The Wizard of Oz - Annual childhood tradition
🎬The Breakfast Club - I miss John Hughes. I could quote the scenes!
🎬Groundhog Day - Still watch this every February 2!
This is a tough one....so in no particular order....
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy - Extended version
Funny Face - Audrey Hepburn!
Breakfast at Tiffany's - Again Audrey
The Devil Wears Prada
Labyrinth - Bowie, right?!?
I couldn't keep it to just 5 so here are #5moremoviesicouldwatchrepeatedly
A League of Their Own, Dirty Dancing, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, The Jerk, Office Space ... there are so many more, especially the John Hughes 80s movies like The Breakfast Club and Pretty in Pink.