Mine is Jean de Florette (1986) Most people I meet have never heard of it and I love showing it to them. Must have watched it 15 times now.
I am in the mood for something amazing to watch, suggestions?
Well, the film that comes immediately to mind is Schindler's List. I love watching Schindler's transition from profiteer to humanitarian. In the end he is agonizing over how he could have liquidated things to save more people. I lose it every time I watch that.
Last night, I watched an Adam Sandler movie. One of his best, I think. 50 first Dates. This is not your typical Sandler fare. While it has some of his juvenile humor in it, the story focuses on the romance between him and Drew Barrymore, a car accident victim with short-term memory loss who forgets everything she experienced the day before when she falls asleep at night. I've seen this film several times, but watched it last night and it made my cry. More than once. LOL! Another film that makes me lose it is Toy Story 3. Yes, you read that right.
A film that made a huge impression on me was 'Three Colours: Blue'.
I caught it by accident and was hypnotised. I couldn't watch it again because it's too depressing, but various scenes, like the scene where an old woman struggles to put a bottle in a bottle bank stayed with me.
I don't normally watch movies, but I am going to watch Shutter Island this weekend. Yes, I'm a little bit behind. One movie I LOVED the first and second time was Sixth Sense. After that, it doesn't seem necessary to watch it again. But I had to read Shutter Island twice. I love books and movies where the entire reality of everything changes and you have to go back and read/watch again to see the clues.
However, the one movie I could probably watch a million times and never get sick of it? Casablanca. I know, not too original, but there's a reason everyone loves it so much. And if that weren't available? Tombstone. Then the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and then I don't really care about other movies.