There seems to be some semantically (or is it grammatically?…) wrong with the question. I don’t care 🙂
I don’t know what movie will always be regarded as a classic per say. But when I was thinking about your question some movies popped into my head… my classics:
What Women Want w/ Mel Gibson, Helen Hunt
- I grew up watching this movie. It was the “after Sunday lunch” classic movie. It was broadcasted often on the national channels and, back then, there weren’t 2000 streaming sites with every possible movie at the click of a button. This one, I can assure you, is a very funny, laidback and entertaining comedy for the ages.
- I think this is one of those movies that disarms you. Actually grows on you… Rare feelings of compassion, pride and joy are easy to come by while watching. But most of all it reminds us how completely different people can come together, depend on each other and develop a lifelong friendship!
Meet Joe Black w/ Brad Pitt, Anthony Hopkins, Claire Forlani
- My favorite all-time romance. In a conversation, I have realized this movie isn’t as popular as I thought. Nonetheless, I loved this romance, I loved the big plot behind it and I loved the cast. You could say this movie impressed me to death :)))) (What do you think of this movie btw?)
LASTLY: TV Show
Hercule Poirot is a world-class detective who is the star of more than 40 Agatha Christie’s books. The Tv Show is from 1989–200# so the first episodes are “slower paced” and might not be as flashy as Sherlock’s (I love Sherlock btw, just trying to explain a point of view) but the criminals and the crimes are fantastic! Poirot (and Agatha Christie) is simply a genius!
BTW ( w/ Johnny Depp (in theatres Wednesday, ty IMDB) is a remake of one of Agatha Christie’s most famous Poirot cases! Can’t wait to see it!
Sorry for the 4 options instead of 1. Got excited 🙂
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