Your favourite film

NickM

Veteran
barq said:
I really want to see that - but it's currently unavailable on DVD, as far as I know ;)

<later> Ah, I see that it can be obtained via eBay... but at a price!
 

barq

Senior Member
Location
Birmingham, UK
NickM;40241][quote name= said:
The Navigator: A Mediaeval Odyssey[/URL]
I really want to see that - but it's currently unavailable on DVD, as far as I know :sad:

<later> Ah, I see that it can be obtained via eBay... but at a price![/QUOTE]

I used to have it on video but an ex-flatmate of mine TAPED OVER IT. ;)

I joined one of those DVD rental clubs who said they would order it - months went by and it still didn't arrive. In the end I gave up.
 

Elmer Fudd

Miserable Old Bar Steward
One flew over the cuckoos nest.
Blues Brothers (although after watching it about 40 times, wearing thin now!).
Shawshank Redemption.
Meet Joe Black (Only 'cos it gets the missus in a 'lurve mood').
and finally, for now.............................<drum roll>
The Little Mermaid ( Aaaaah!).
 
hmmm... lemme think

the third man
gregory's girl
belleville rendezvous
amelie
delicatessen
stop making sense
storefront hitchcock
in a lonely place
the big sleep (Bogart version)
the big heat
Metropolis (original)
M
the unbelievable truth
trust
man with two brains
young frankenstein
local hero

ok... can't think of any more for now

L
 

purpleR

Veteran
Location
Glasgow
Lone Star
Bill and Ted
Cool and Crazy
the Seven Samurai
Lone Star again ;)
 

Sabreur

New Member
Location
Norfolk
Seven Samurai
Rififi
The Princess Bride
The Music Box (Laurel and Hardy,A flight of steps and a piano)
Scaramouche
Ghost Dog


That'll do for now
 

TimO

Veteran
Location
London
An American Werewolf in London
As Good As It Gets
Azumi
Carry on up the Khyber
The Dish
Goodbye Pork Pie
Local Hero
The Titfield Thunderbolt
UHF

...and so many more. ;)
 
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