So what would... you call a good film?

  Quickbeam 17:05 27 May 2007

One of my favourites click here always gets the recorder vote!

  jimv7 17:08 27 May 2007

The Quiet Man, with John Wayne.

  Forum Editor 17:16 27 May 2007

Bladeunner. Philadelphia. Green Mile. Any Clint Eastwood western. The Godfather.Lawrence of Arabia. Bridge on the river Kwai. 2001 a space odyssey. High noon. All quiet on the western front. Great expectations.

And dozens more.

  Mr Mistoffelees 17:28 27 May 2007

Herbert Smith.... As long as the film doesn't mind.

  Mr Mistoffelees 17:39 27 May 2007

Misrepresented the British prisoners. They did not take pride in the building of the bridge, they took every opportunity to sabotage it. My partner's father was one of those prisoners.

  Mr Mistoffelees 17:41 27 May 2007

My favourite is Dr Strangelove.

  bremner 17:53 27 May 2007

Godfather I and II and original Apocalyse Now - the directors cut was overlong and added virtually nothing to the original.

FE read on Friday that Bladerunner is to get another Directors Cut with Ridley Scott actually reshooting a few scenes.

  Quickbeam 17:57 27 May 2007

click here but I have high expectations.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 18:03 27 May 2007

Much prefer the original BladeRunner with the voice over, to the directors cut version.

If you want to pick favourites you really need to categorise the films
Comedy - The Burbs - Blazing Saddles - Any Ealing comedy
Thriller -
Horror - Hammer films
SciFi - Star Wars
Cartoon - Snow White
Musical -

Although of course some films contain a mixture
Alien - SciFi / horror / Thriller

  hzhzhzhz 18:11 27 May 2007

The Devils Rejects

  MrNerdy 18:21 27 May 2007

For the power of the music & ending - Officer & a Gentleman.
Chariots of Fire being a good 'British' film
Ealing Comedies from when Britain led the way.

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