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Gone With the Wind
3 years ago via Flixster

Majestic David O. Selznick production of the greatest novel ever about the Civil War. It has also been called the greatest movie ever made and was the winner of eight Oscars out of thirteen nominations.
It is an epic saga about the transformation of Southern aristocracy and the romantic Old South through the fires of war. It contains stunning portraits of life in the South before, during and after the Civil War. Our primary window into this massive change is the travails of a spoiled and headstrong girl, Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh).
A great love story and great spectacle. Great and masterfully crafted entertainment.

Jaws (1975)
3 years ago via Flixster

A blockbuster hit that is both highly entertaining and technically masterful. An otherwise simplistic story line becames a totally gripping adventure and leaves its audience terror-struck. A small town sheriff Chief Brody (Roy Scheider) in Amity Island Oceanside tourist town suspects that a great white shark is cruising the shoreline looking for lunch. Stubborn officials ignore their concerns until there is a major attack. Chief Brody, shark hunter Quint (Robert Shaw) and Oceanographic Institute Matt Hooper (Richard Dreyfuss) set out to hunt down the great white shark, but... the gigantic creature turns to stalk them instead.

Schindler's List
3 years ago via Flixster

Oskar Schindler (1908-1974) who plays by Liam Neeson was a promoter, a playboy and a Nazi in Krakow, Poland. In 1939, he seized the opportunity to make his fortune by arm-twisting several wealthy Jews from the ghetto into investing in a new factory that he would front. The company was to make pots for the German war machine with Jewish slave labor. He was a success and did make a fortune, but it also forced him daily to witness the mindless cruelty and absolute horror of the Nazis. His realization transformed him. Soon he was struggling to protect his workers, ultimately even purchasing 1100 Jews from the Nazis. 10 Oscar nominations, won the Best Picture.

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
3 years ago via Flixster

Wonderful film with an alien who direct by Steven Spielberg (another movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind in UFO and alien film). Huge blockbuster hit and instant classic of the 1980s film.
Wonderful, warm story of a lovable little visitor alien from the another world who is stranded on earth and befriended by a 10 year old boy named Elliott (Henry Thomas of Cloak & Dagger). Elliott tries to keep little alien name E.T. hidden, but soon the rest of his family knows the secret and then they are all helping to hide the E.T. from the government people who are now out to capture him. But, all little E.T. wants is just to go home. No wonder this is the #1 box office hit of all time. It has captured the heart and immaginations of all who have ever watched it - all over the world.

Cloak and Dagger
3 years ago via Flixster

Best movie and those movie of my favorite film and good for the family movie but violence and some people creep you out! And also Dabney Coleman play double role of Jack Flack and the Davey's father.
E.T.-The Extra-Terrestrial star Henry Thomas as Davey Osborne, a young computer whiz kid plays Atari video game called Cloak & Dagger game in which he is a secret agent with his imaginary hero playmate Jack Flack (Dabney Coleman). However, one day Davey gets involved in a real-life spy drama and witnesses a real murder, but Davey's father (Dabney Coleman of course) having been fooled before, does not believe him and thinks that this is just another of the Davey's imaginary games. Davey can not get his father to believe that what he saw was real and is on his own. Suspenseful and fast-paced. Suitable for young people, but also of real interest to adults, too.