WOW its been years since i watch back to the future 2 and i have totaly forgoten how gd it was, totaly takes me back to my childhood......what film takes u back?? any old classics that any1 can think of that may have been forgoten over the years..
well, it doesn't bring me back to my childhood, but I watched Seven for the x-teenth time or so yesterday and loved it again.
Also, The Sixth Sense and The Green Mile I can watch dozens of times really
The Goonies and A Christmas Story! Of course, the Back to the Future trilogy definitely does it too It's nice to reminisce about these a bit . . . thanks for the thread.
[ Edit: Edited on 31-Jan-2009, at 19:36 by Wonkerer ]
home alone and the national lampoons with chevy chase - still love em
Me too! Me too! Goonies and A Christmas Story-- my sister and I knew those 2 by heart. "Do the truffle shuffle!" and "Daddy's gonna kill Ralfie." Classics!
Also watched Stand by Me and The Princess Bride a lot. We had First Choice movie network when we were kids, so we'd mark down what days our favourites were on and watch them again and again. Amadeus was another one too, come to think of it...
stand by me totaly forgot about that film...defo an all time fav, i so wanted to be thos guys wen i was a kid..
Thunderball takes me back. I was 12 and it was the first James Bond movie I got to see in the theater. It was #4 in the series. I haven't missed one yet. Also Wizard of Oz really takes me back. I used to hide in the closet when the Wicked Witch of the West would appear. Over time, she and the flying monkeys have become my favorite characters. Though I can't watch it very often, Bonnie and Clyde with Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty is a flashback moment.
Okay - can't forget Harold and Maude, Where's Poppa and Alice's Restaurant. I'll let you look those up on IMDb.
well, caught Thelma and Louise tonight on tv...i'd forgotten what a good flick that is...and how hot brad pitt started out. Isa, saw Harold and Maude on a date years ago in hs. good flick and its been forever since i've heard anyone mention it.
I watched BttF2 on TV on the weekend (I guess that's what prompted this topic lol). I preferred number 3 in the old West. It's the Disney cartoon films that take me back. I grew up watching those.