You are not restricted, if any of you have other thoughts to post in Timewasters 1 and 2, please do go right ahead.
But here's the third one for this offseason.
What are your favourite movies? As in, what movies can you watch over and over and never ever get tired of them, to the point where you could watch it with the mute button on, and provide the dialogue yourself word - for - word ?
Casablanca (Bogart and Bacall, need I say more)
A Christmas Carol (of course, the Alastair Sim version)
Patton (George C. Scott IS Patton; in the Eisenhower miniseries done some time ago, they had Robert Duvall playing Eisenhower, which was pretty good casting, but they had Darren McGavin playing Patton. . . sorry, WRONG)
Tora Tora Tora (although somewhat condensed, it's pretty accurate historically, unlike that dreadful, unwatchable, Ben Affleck soap opera)
The Count of Monte Cristo (the 1975 version with Richard Chamberlain, Donald Pleasance, Louis Jourdan, Tony Curtis, and Trevor Howard. . . it holds accurate to the classic novel, not like the James Caviezel version, which is dreadful not least because they change the ending, he gets the girl in the end, which ruins the whole meaning of the novel)