What are your 3 favorite all-time movies? I can't pick just one....

  1. 1. Corrina, Corrina

    2. Somewhere in Time

    3. Gone With the Wind

    I've seen Corrina, Corrina so many times and never get tired of it, it is such a sweet movie. It was on this morning. I just had to watch it again.
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  3. by   cardiacRN2006
    The English Patient

    LA Confidential

    Apollo 13
  4. by   Multicollinearity

    Fried Green Tomatoes

    The Insider

    Shawshank Redemption

    I can't narrow my favs to 3!
  5. by   MedSurgeMess
    Gone With The Wind
    The Long Kiss Goodnight
    Somewhere In Time

    Dutchgirl, it seems we have just about the same taste in movies!
  6. by   Soup Turtle
    Pan's Labyrinth
    Edward Scissorhands
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  7. by   txspadequeenRN
    oh my, lets see...

    1. urban cowboy

    2. natural born killers

    3. french kiss

  8. by   Cherish
    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (original)
    Clockwork Orange
    House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects
    but all time favorite North by Northwest (Cary Grant and Alfred Hitchcock ultimate experience)

    Sorry can't choose top 3 but can choose top 5.
    Last edit by Cherish on May 6, '07
  9. by   smk1
    1. The star wars movies ( I consider them one long movie)
    2. The godfather part 1
    3. Singing in the rain
    4. Carmen Jones
    5. Gentlemen prefer blondes
    6. Office space
    7. The Goonies
    8. Life is beautiful
    9. Peter pan (Disney animated movie)
    10. Godfather part 2
  10. by   smk1
    couldn't choose top 3 sorry...
  11. by   nursemary9
    Kill Bill I

    Kill Bill 2

    Two for the Road
  12. by   DusktilDawn
    Only 3
    I guess I'll go with my favorite category, which is suspense:
    1. Laura
    2. Don't Bother to Knock
    3. Notorious
  13. by   bettyboop
    Only 3 well here goes:


    city of angels

    its a wonderful life

    Wow that was really hard
  14. by   Roy Fokker
    Shawshank Redemption

    Cool Hand Luke

    The Thin Red Line/Apocalypse Now