Saturday, November 21, 2020

Saturday Afternoon at the Movies

 This idea came from a Facebook meme:
Over 10 days, post your 10 all time favorite films. What movie has really made an impact on you or what films can you watch over and over and never tire of? Post either the movie poster, DVD cover or even a screenshot on your timeline. No need to explain.

Only I had a hard time picking out just 10 movies so my favorites over the next few hundred Saturdays 😸 in semi-alphabetical order my favorite films. What movie has really made an impact on you or what films can you watch over and over and never tire of? Post either the movie poster, DVD cover or even a screenshot on your timeline. No need to explain.


To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) Gregory Peck, Mary Badham, Phillip Alford

If you haven't seen this movie, it's available for rent on YouTube

22 comments:

  1. Woohoo, another film I have actually seen and enjoyed! Have a fun weekend, Valerie

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  2. A good film Happy Saturday and weekend

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  3. This is probably the most 'perfect' movie ever. Writing, directing, casting, editing.....all round perfection! :)

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  4. The movie and book are both worth looking for.

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    1. The book would be well worth your time since you like the movie so much.

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  5. This was a good movie. I haven't seen it in awhile.

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    1. It might be seen less often as recently there was a lot of controversy about the book.

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  6. Great film and great book too! Nice pick this week.

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  7. I thought I'd been here, but obviously, I hadn't. I've heard of this, but never saw it.

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    1. This is a must see if you ever get the chance.

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  8. I will never ever forget that movie. First time I saw it I though wow, they lived in a neighborhood just like mine and they had a person that was a little "different" just like we did down the street.

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    1. I think I wanted a dad like Atticus. Someone who was calm and never raised his voice 😺

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  9. Such a movie classic - fabulous choice 😀. Happy wishes! Hugs, Jo x

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  10. YES! I've seen this one!
    Great film.

    All the best Jan

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