Amy - I really don’t have a favorite movie…I can name a bunch that I love but I can’t say I like any one more than the others…
The Wizard of Oz
Birds (Alfred Hitchcock)
The Dream Team
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
I can keep going, but the list is truly endless. Mostly the movie love depends on the mood I’m in and who I’m with.
Ashleigh– Young Frankenstein
Cathy – The Princess Bride… It has everything – great story line and morals, adventure, romance, imaginative characters and great humor. What more could you ask for?
Cheryl– Steel Magnolias, Brooklyn and Claudine.
Chris Scrivana - My favorite movie is Interstellar!
Christy– My favorite movies are Step Brothers and National Lampoon's Vacation (1983).
Chuck - Spaceballs!
Dan - My favorite movie is Falling Down. Michael Douglas is excellent in it and it’s interesting to see a story from the perspective of a villain who thinks he is a hero.
Doug - Spaceballs
Fred - Weird Science
Jandy – Then and now… Then – The Sound of Music, Now – Elf (Love to quote from it! Can watch it again and again and again and still LOL!)
Jim - On the Waterfront and Cool Hand Luke
Jo Ann – It’s a toss-up between Gone With the Wind and The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. Both movies I watched with my Mom over and over again. Not sure if it’s the movie or memories spent with my Mom that makes me love these movies so much.
Joe – I have so many movies that I love. I watch Back to the Future probably 2 or 3 times a year. Also, A Christmas Story every year is a staple for me. I have watched it every Christmas since I was a little kid and never get tired of it.
John – This a hard one, but I would probably have to say Slumdog Millionaire or The Matrix.
Ken – Godfather Part II and Goodfellas.
Kris - I truly don’t have a “favorite” movie… it depends on the mood I’m in. I can just as easily watch Christmas movies in the summer as at Christmas time.
Marybeth - I’m a sucker for a great ending—whatever the genre: Shawshank Redemption, Roman Holiday, The Sound of Music—a little diverse, but classic endings!
Melissa - I have always loved the movie Grease. It’s one of those movies I can watch over and over again. The movie Now and Then is another favorite of mine. It’s a great movie about friendship and brings back so many childhood memories of summer vacation.
Mike – I would have to say my absolute favorite movie is Armageddon with Bruce Willis. I’m not even sure, specifically, what about it makes me like it so much, I think it is a little bit of everything. The cast is great. The story line is fantastic. There’s drama, action and comedy all in the right doses. I have probably watched that movie 20 times or more and never get tired of it.
Nina– I enjoy watching any movie that makes me laugh, as well as all of the Pixar animated flicks. Monty Python and the Holy Grail is one of my favorites; but the one movie I could watch a million times is Moonstruck!
Pat - I recently saw the movie Excalibur. It is old, but it is a movie that I saw a long time ago. It has swords, armor and good and evil fighting. It has spells and Merlin, King Arthur and the round table. Lots of good stuff!
Paula – My favorite movie is Romancing the Stone (note my last name)!
Tom – Fight Club
Tracy - My favorite movie is the original Star Wars trilogy [Star Wars (IV), Empire Strikes Back (V), The Return of the Jedi (VI)]. I have seen all the Star Wars movies in the theatre during their original release (yes, I am that old), and it has become one of the few remaining traditions from my childhood to present. As a kid those original 3 movies just blew my mind with all the different aliens on other worlds and the special effects were done in ways that had never been seen before. I own them all on DVD now and I still believe the original 3 movies hold up as great movies after all these years.
Will – I like bad movies and weird movies with subtitles. I’m so busy reading the dialogue that I never get to see how bad the acting really is--it’s quite refreshing!