Which movie is unforgetable for you ?

China
October 12, 2008 7:07am CST
Which movie is unforgetable for you? Really it's hard to say. i was remmeber when i first time try to learning english in school, my first movie is Gone with the wind. later i have seen Forrest Gump. Roma Holiday...............This Movies are very classical.What's your opinion? Sharing with us your mind.
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@jenboops (96)
• United States
12 Oct 08
Gone With The Wind and Titanic are the most unforgettable movies to me. I can quote every bit of both of them and remember every detail. Also most of the 80s brat pack movies and some that really touched me like The Notebook.
@LOUISEC (58)
• Norway
12 Oct 08
I watch a lot of movies but I don`t have that particular one which is my favourite one or unforgettable.At this time of the moment I am watch this series like Prison Break and Lost which are my the best in my opinion
@NonaSaile (926)
• Philippines
12 Oct 08
Hi! Here are some of the "oldie-goldies" that are unforgettable for me: The Ten Commandments starring Charlton Heston - I loved the panoramic scenes, especially the scene where the red sea parted awesome; The Sound of Music starring Julie Andrews - a happy movie that instilled in me the value of hope; The World of Suzy Wong - this is a really old movie which I watched only once or twice on television, and I really liked it; The Fiddler on the Roof - very poignant story on family and social change; Gone with the Wind and Forrest Gump I also like!
@genihanna (358)
• United States
12 Oct 08
I have seen "Pretty Woman" about a hundred times - yet it always makes me smile for some reason. But the movie that had the biggest effect on me was The Exorcist - I didn't sleep for weeks after watching it - it really caused me to question my faith. And I guess the movie that has the sweetest memories of my past and my childhood is "The Wizard of Oz" - it was a yearly event - kinda like Christmas - we made a big deal out of it every year when it showed - invited the neighborhood kids over to pop popcorn and get on the floor in our sleeping bags and watch it together!
@amlegend (945)
• Pakistan
12 Oct 08
i love "the great escape" and "Jinnah" they are very inspiring movies and i learned a lot from these films about the event and the sufferings that we human bear and then what we can achieve and can change the course of things by our hard work and good will. since these films are based on true events they leave a drastic impact on your mind and other then that a Hollywood movie that i like and have watched 13 times is "dil chahta ha" a great friendship movie. good luck