★ PLANET PAWLLYWOOD'S ★ Best of All Time Movies List

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Princess Mia- Ruby- Thermopolis

Cavalier Kissies- since 2005,- baby!
Barked: Mon Feb 18, '08 8:36pm PST 
Here are a couple that haven't been listed that we like:

Mr. Wonderful Matt Dillon and Annebella Sciora with guest stars James Gandolfini (Romance where ex- husband (dillon) tries to find his ex-wife a new husband so he doesnt have to pay alimony anymore....)

Gigli OMD, I know u all are gonna boo this one, but it was really funny and good! Ben Aflek and Jennifer Lopez. I think there were just big bennifer haters at the time and it plopped at the box office! It is really funny! My husband and I laughed our butts off!

Terminator, T2, T3 We love ARnold!
TwinsArnold and Devito
Kindergarten Cop

The Notebook cried and cried!
Stepmom my husband n I cried so much we laughed at each other histerically after our crying session!

Edited by author Mon Feb 18, '08 8:37pm PST

Belle Joseph- 2002-2008

My piercing- bark!
Barked: Mon Feb 18, '08 8:47pm PST 
One of the best movies of all time is
McLintock starring :
John Wayne ... George Washington McLintock

Maureen O'Hara ... Katherine Gilhooley McLintock
Patrick Wayne ... Devlin Warren
Stefanie Powers ... Becky McLintock
Jack Kruschen ... Jake Birnbaum
Chill Wills ... Drago

Yvonne De Carlo ... Mrs. Louise Warren
Jerry Van Dyke ... Matt Douglas Jr

Mom and Dad adore that one! John Wayne rules!!!!!!!!!!! If ya haven't seen it check it out

way to go

Take me with- you!
Barked: Mon Feb 18, '08 8:57pm PST 
"Chocolat" with Binochet and Depp. I just love the music, the ambiance of the town, and the great decor in chocolate and teal. Mommy is a chocoholic and I am a chocoholic wanna be. She never gives me any. grrrrrrr

George- Underwood

Barked: Mon Feb 18, '08 9:08pm PST 
When Harry Met Sally mommy has watched this movie thousands of times, so much so that she can recite the dialogue almost word for word....When Billy Crystal is runnin' down the streets with "It Had to be You" playin' in the background mommy ALWAYS starts ballin' like a baby cry Mommy want's "What's She's Havin'" Too big laugh

Guess Who's Coming To Dinner with Kate Hepburn, Spencer Tracy & Sidney Poitier (sp) is a story of an affulent caucasian girl who meets and falls in love with Mr. Poitier in the late 1960's. The cast is complete perfection it will make you laugh and Spencer Tracy will bring tears to your eyes with his ending dialouge. Perfection!

An Affair To Remember with Cary Grant and Debra Kerr...If you don't blubber like and idiot when Carey Grant gives Deborah Kerr his Grandmother's shawl, and when he sees "his painting" in Deborah Kerr's bedroom, then you can't possibly be human shrug So very very poignant....

Double Indeminity An insurance man (Fred McMurray) lets himself be seduced by a married woman (Barbara Stanwyck) into insurance fraud and murder...Classic Film Noir way to go

Houseboat with Cary Grant & Sophia Loren which has what my mom believes to be the sexiest scene ever, it's when Grant & Loren are dancing to "Almost In Your Arms" at the Club House and are simply gazing into each others eyes, no touching no kissing just totally "into" each other and totally oblivious to all the others at the party. snoopy

Hot Rods To Hell the best "B" movie ever made...It stars Dana Andrews as a man driving his family to a new town where he'll be working and he encounters "hot-rod hoodlums" on the road....So friggin' bad it's good! big laugh

Cwap we could go on forever...We'll stop now!

My Pampered Life
Barked: Mon Feb 18, '08 9:15pm PST 
I loved Four Brothers & The Departed dancing
Anything with Mark Wahlberg cloud 9
He is just so fine!!snoopysnoopy
Sugar- 1997-2012

R.I.P. Beautiful- Angel
Barked: Tue Feb 19, '08 2:28am PST 
Love the classics.... Gone with the wind, Wizard of Oz, Casablanca, and so on. way to go
*Candy-O- Cootinka*

I like the- night life,- baby!
Barked: Tue Feb 19, '08 3:42am PST 

10 Rillington Place-(1971) True story of John Cristie who makes John Wayne Gacy look like an unimaginative wimp. Sir Richard Attenborough and John Hurt are superb.

Ed Wood(1994) True story about the worst director in Hollywood (circa 50-60s)Johnny Depp, Martin Landau, Bill Murry and a host of marginal misfits camp it up in this hooter.

The People Vs. Larry Flynt(1996)-"If the First Amendment will protect a scumbag like me, it will protect all of you" pretty well sums up this entertaining, sometimes tragic account of Hustler mogul, Larry Flynt. You may not like what he does for a living, but you might like this movie.

Boogie Nights(1997)- Another porn feature not caught up in itself with nastiness or tawdriness. Don Cheadle, Burt Reynolds, John C. Reilly, Mark Wahlberg, Philip Seymour Hoffman and William H. Macy can act. And they are a hoot to watch!

Full Metal Jacket(1987)Knowing that Stanley Kubrick was a laborious control freak, R. Lee Ermey mesmerized. Kubrick handed the script-writing over to Ermey who set the pace for the first half of the movie. After all, Ermey lived the part 30 years before. The rest of the movie was a bit over-stylized except for some fine acting by Adam Baldwin, Mathew Modine and a much under-rated, Arliss Howard,


Diaboliques, Les(1955)Simone Signoret stars in this classic Henri Georges Clouzot thriller.

This Is Spinal Tap(1984)Sir Christorphor Guest and Michael McKean are a stitch. Had to put this movie off until I got the heavy metal out of my system.

Best In Show(2000) Not one unfunny line in this Christopher Guest romp about pet shows. Fred Willard and Eugene Levy are a riot.

Boys Don't Cry(1999) Haven't seen Hilary Swank, Chloe Sevigny, Peter Sarsgaard, and Brendon Sexton III top their performances since appearing in this true story. This is not a comfortable movie to watch.
Sadie- KCGCDS(G)

Talking- Agility- Owner
Barked: Tue Feb 19, '08 5:02am PST 
The Abyss is my all time favouritebig grin

Don't make me- get up!
Barked: Tue Feb 19, '08 5:16am PST 
kitty I have to go with .. Stand by Me. Stand by Me is a 1986 adventure-drama film directed by Rob Reiner. The title comes from a song with the same title by Ben E. King and is based on the novella The Body by Stephen King. The main characters are Gordie Lachance (Wil Wheaton), and his three friends Vern Tessio (Jerry O'Connell), Chris Chambers (River Phoenix), and Teddy Duchamp (Corey Feldman), all 12 years old.
Awesome movie!

Rockin tha House- & Stompin tha- Yard!!
Barked: Tue Feb 19, '08 5:25am PST 
wink I'm a sucker for the 80's ..Love Molly Ringwald in Sixteen Candles.......Pretty in Pink......and the best The Breakfast Club who could ever forget "The Brat Pack"..BOL!!!way to go
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