.......Western: The Wild Bunch
......Romantic: Annie Hall/Casablanca
.....Thriller: Blue Velvet by David Lynch
....Visionary: A Clockwork Orange/Taxi Driver
Foreign film: The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeois by Luis Bunuel
Children's film: The Toy Story trilogy
War film: Appocalypse Now
....and this list probably changes every week
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Western: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance + Destry Rides Again
Romantic: Random Harvest + Lucky Partners + Here Comes Mr. Jordan
Thriller: Rebecca + Shadow Of A Doubt + Night Of The Hunter
Visionary (?): Brazil + Things To Come
Foreign film: Rashomon + Once Upon a Time in the West
Children's film (?): Gulliver's Travels (Fleischer Brother's)
Documentary: Expelled + Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who
War film: The Great Escape
Adventure: The Adventures Of Robin Hood (1938)
Drama: Tale Of Two Cities (1935 w/ Ronald Colman) + Taxi Driver
Comedy: Clifford + Prisoner Of 2nd Avenue + Waiting For Guffman + Young Frankenstein
Comedy/drama: Talk Of The Town + Catch 22 + Fargo
SciFi: This Island Earth + Earth vs The Flying Saucers + I. Robot + The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951) + First Men In The Moon
Fantasy: 7th Voyage Of Sindbad + Mysterious Island (1961) + Jason & The Argonauts (1963)
Horror: Horror Of Dracula + The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) + Bride Of Frankenstein + Shock Waves
Musical: Carousel + West Side Story + Singing In The Rain + Top Hat
Western: any Clint Eastwood because there's always a good mix of action &
humour and because he's handsome!
Romantic: As Good as it Gets with Jack Nicholson & Helen Hunt because it's not
just slushy, it has a good background story, and they're both great actors
Thriller: The Bourne Trilogy - fast action and it makes you think
and The French Connection for good intrigue and acting
Children's: The Dark Crystal - animated, funny and charming
Musical: old style - High Society for great actors and singing
new style - Mama Mia, for a great adaptation, humour and relationship
I hate horror movies as I like to be entertained not scared to death! This was a difficult choice and I'll now go away and think of lots of others I should have mentioned!
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