Thursday, April 7, 2011

Fave Films

I haven't added anything to this blog in a long time but thought I'd add a quick list of some of the films that I thought stood above the rest that I've seen. My list includes those films that linger with you for days afterward, or those that have sentimental meaning from childhood faves to newer films that break the mould.

[Most of my fave films are period dramas.
That list is found on Enchanted Serenity of Period Films.]

500 Days of Summer
A Little Princess
All the President's Men
American President, The
American Rhapsody
Anna and the King
Anne of Green Gables
Apollo 13
August Rush
Bend it Like Beckham
Big Chill, The
Born Free
Bucket List
Chronicles of Narnia
Cry Freedom
Dan in Real Life
Daniel Deronda
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Ever After
Finding Nemo
Forrest Gump
Forsyte Saga
Good Will Hunting
Horton Hears a Who
Iron Jawed Angels
Knight’s Tale
La Grande S├ęduction
Lake House, The
Legends of the Fall
Life is Beautiful
Little Miss Sunshine
Lost Prince
March of the Penguins
Marguerite Volant
Mission, The
Moulin Rouge
Mr. Holland's Opus
Nine Lives
Notting Hill
Ocean's Eleven
Om Jai Jagadish
Parent Trap
Pretty Woman
Pride & Prejudice
Remains of the Day
Runaway Bride
Schindler's List
Sense & Sensibility
Shakespeare in Love
Simon Birch
Sleepless in Seattle
Sliding Doors
Sound of Music
Sting, The
Waking Ned Devine
Winslow Boy
Wives & Daughters
Wizard of Oz
You Can Count on Me
You've Got Mail


Anonymous said...

Good choices! I can see many of my favourites on your list. I have for a while been an avid collector of old classics, with stars such as Brigitte Bardot, Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelley, Vivien Leigh, Marilyn Monroe, Norma Shearer... They are really good and it's so much fun to see them. I just love period movies. They are my all time favourites.

Charleybrown said...

Audrey Hepburn, Katherine Hepburn, Grace Kelly, and Greer Garson are some of my favourites! And if we mention the men, I'd have to say I love Cary Grant, Gregory Peck and Jimmy Stewart just to name a few!

Teresa said...

Perhaps you haven't seen it.

I find it impossible to include in your list (which I know is very personal) Life is Beatiful and to exclude the much superior Nuovo Cinema Paradiso, Oscar winner in 1990.

Charleybrown said...

Teresa, I've never seen Nuovo Cinema Paradiso...

Irene said...

I love period dramas like you, and your list is nearly equal mine. Sorry for my english.
<3 Irene

Charleybrown said...

Irene, happy to know that we like some of the same movies!