My Absolute Favourite Films, IMHO all masterpieces

  hard to pick the creme de la creme (all are great) but those in RED are very special
  pls inform me of any errors or suggestions for other links


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Title, with link to IMDb Starring
Director(s)
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Video Clips Specially to See
Ice Age (2002) The Mammoth - Sid - Diego  
handing back baby
The Bourne Identity (2002) - -  
the non-stop thrills
Gladiator (2000) - -  

Saving Private Ryan (1998)

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Omaha Beach scenes
Titanic (1997) -  
"King of the World"
Toy Story (1995) Buzz Lightyear - Woody - Slinky etc  
Buzz's revelation
Terminator 2 (1991) -
 
the Schwarzenegger stare
Dead Poets Society (1989) -  
Carpe Diem
Dirty Dancing (1987) - -  
final scene
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) -  
Ed Rooney!!
Witness (1985) - -  
the barnraising
Out of Africa (1985)  
- invitation to drinks
- the lion on Denys' grave
Ghostbusters (1984) - -  
the ghost in the library
Starman (1984) - -  
finale
First Blood (1982)  
Rambo's triumph
over injustice
E.T. (1982)  
"E.T. phone home"
Bladerunner (1982)  
Roy's final speech
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) -  
melting Nazis
Alien (1979) - -  
alien bursting out of chest
A Bridge Too Far (1977) - -  
everything
The Exorcist (1973) -  
the great Max von Sydow
Silent Running (1972) - -  
jettisoning the pods
Far From the Madding Crowd (1967) , - Terence Stamp -  
everything
Dr Zhivago (1965) - -  
love in the frozen dacha
The Longest Day (1962) - - ,  
everything
Ben Hur (1959) - -  
chariot race
The Seventh Seal (1957) -  
the chess game with Death
The Seven Samurai (1954) -  
greatest film ever made?
High Noon (1952) -  
the triumph of good
The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) - -  
Gort!
The African Queen (1951)

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the leeches ....
Casablanca (1942) - - Peter Lorre  
As Time Goes By
Gone With The Wind (1939) - -   Tomorrow is another Day
Frankly, My Dear, I .......
The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) -  
the immortal Erroll Flynn
The Prisoner of Zenda (1937) Ronald Coleman et al  
the sword fights
Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)

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the great Charles Laughton