I think I’d bring…
Sweeney Todd – Because, hello, Johny Depp!
Across The Universe – Because, hello, Jim Sturgess!
The Time Travelers Wife – Because it’s so sad, and cute. :)
Red Ridinghood – Great fracking movie!
And, of course, The First TMNT movie. :D:D:D
@Schroedes13 I love Red Dawn. It has so many great one liners in it.
Also, Trick r Treat is… well… a really awesome dark comedy that is actually really intelligent and fun. And it’s about Halloween. And Anna Paquin is really hot in it… and…. Just watch the trailer. It’s probably my favorite movie of all time.
I think we have our week of movies sorted out already. Ps. Do we know if we’re gonna try and stay up the entire time and have a continuous movie time or are we just making it an extended daytime job to watch them?
@Bellatrix just be glad you didn’t see the side conversation I had with a jelly about this scenario last night in PMs. It ultimately lead to cannibalism.
I intend to be schmoozing with @dannyc at this lockdown. Good flicks.
Sense and Sensibility (Alan Rickman, Emma Thompson, Hugh Grant and Kate Winslet) An incredibly bittersweet romantic story, with extremely gorgeous people, set in the beautiful English countryside. Alan Rickman at his finest and blonde-ist! Hugh Grant at his Hugh Grant-ist!
Young Frankenstein (Gene Wilder, Cloris Leachman, Madeline Kahn, Terri Garr) One of the funniest and most quotable movies of all times. Gene Wilder at his sexiest!
Head (The Monkees’s movie) A very psychedelic, interconnected set of seemingly random sequences, that all become clear in the end. The music is fantastic, the clothes are awesome and the guys are gorgeous!
A Hard Day’s Night (The Beatles’s first movie) Great slice of life with the Fab Four. If I had to be stuck on an island I would not want to be there without Beatles music, and they are/were just so damned cute!
The last one would be a tie between Star Wars (the original movie) and The Sound of Music. I’ve already seen both of them about a hundred times, so I guess I don’t get tired of them. Not yet, so far.
All of these movies have gorgeous men in them. You didn’t say whether or not I’d get stuck on that island with my SO, so I gotta have something to think about. ; – )
I like it. Haha. It was different.
And really, all childhood classics are fucking (pardon my French) scary anyways! I mean… The part of Snow White where she was running throught the woods used to scare the hell out of me when I was little. xD @ANef_is_Enuf,
I enjoyed it. It was nothing in comparison, but it was entertaining. :)
@AshLeigh See I had a very different childhood experience. My closest sibling in age is my brother and he is 19 years older than me. So I was watching some scary stuff before I probably should have, so I didn’t find the Disney stuff that bad. Some of the scariest movies when I was little was Child’s Play (I threw all my stuff animals out the window that night!) and Jurassic Park (I still give fern leaves a double take to make sure that Momma Raptor isn’t watching me).