Sunday, September 25, 2005

The Sunday Seven from Charley

Of the movies in your current DVD or VHS collection, name seven (in no particular order) that you have watched enough times to make your friends suspect that there might be something wrong with you but that you can't imagine not watching again.

I just borrowed this from over at Charley's journal which you all should check out here:  Courage , who gets it from the creator Patrick, here: Patrick's Place

My seven would be as follows:

1)     Harry Potter (all three, so far)
2)     Gladiator
3)     Moonstruck
4)     Casablanca
5)     Perfect Storm
6)     Twister
7)      Jurassic Park (one is my favorite, 3 next, then 2) 

I have a lot more I love but I won't bore you all.  I love movies.  Almost as much as I love books! 

Be well,




lv2trnscrb said...

Great list; I loved the Gladiator.

Wait, aren't the Chargers playing the Giants? I'm from San Diego - go Chargers!


cdittric77 said...

Good list, but it's not mine to host :). I play just like you - it's from Patrick's Place!
Peace and love,

tishgray0726 said...

Wow.  This sounds like fun.  

1.  Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
2.  The Color Purple
3.  The Five Heartbeats
4.  Gladiator
5.  Pillow Talk (Doris Day)
6.  The Mists of Avalon
7.  Scarface

Those are my all time favorites.  I know all the lines and the songs its just crazy when I watch them.  I have the nerve to even watch them as if I never seen them before each time also.  I can't wait to see what others have to say about this.


bosoxblue6993w said...

not a bad selection ... for a yankee fan.

eml625 said...

Good list. hey did the giants win??


vagabondevermore said...

Great list of movies.  I enjoyed the Perfect Storm.  Sorry about the Giants.  The Panthers lost also.  But my fantasy teams had a great weekend.


teesbabe00 said...

Great list! I forgot about jurrasic park! the first one is one of my favorite movies!

lurkynat said...

Dear Dawn
Wow Interesting list!

ckays1967 said...

hey...I picked Perfect Storm too...

but I couldn't stop at seven movies.