The All-Time Favorite Movie


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Amazing. It really works to reveal your all-time favorite movie.

Takes 10 seconds.

1. Pick a number from 1-9.

2. Multiply that number by 3.

3. Add 3.

4. Multiply by 3 again.

5. Your total will be a two digit number. Add the first and second digits
together to find your favorite movie (of all time) in the list of 17 movies
below:

Movie List :

1. Gone With the Wind

2. E.T.

3. Blazing Saddles

4. Star Wars

5. Forrest Gump

6. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

7. Jaws

8. Grease

9. The Obama Farewell Speech After Impeachment

10. Casablanca

11. Jurassic Park

12. Shrek

13. Pirates of the Caribbean

14. Titanic

15. Raiders of the Lost Ark

16. Home Alone

17. Mrs. Doubtfire

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Very nice Joe.

Disregard the dimensionally challenged comment.

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Very nice Joe.

Disregard the dimensionally challenged comment.

A...

What comment? lol

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Saw this posted on another site

Amazing. It really works to reveal your all-time favorite movie.

Takes 10 seconds.

1. Pick a number from 1-9.

2. Multiply that number by 3.

3. Add 3.

4. Multiply by 3 again.

5. Your total will be a two digit number. Add the first and second digits

together to find your favorite movie (of all time) in the list of 17 movies

below:

Movie List :

1. Gone With the Wind

2. E.T.

3. Blazing Saddles

4. Star Wars

5. Forrest Gump

6. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

7. Jaws

8. Grease

9. The Obama Farewell Speech After Impeachment

10. Casablanca

11. Jurassic Park

12. Shrek

13. Pirates of the Caribbean

14. Titanic

15. Raiders of the Lost Ark

16. Home Alone

17. Mrs. Doubtfire

Ho Ho Ho. It will always come out as 9

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  • 5 years later...

Crossword clue. Five letters. In Casablanca who says, “Play it again Sam.”?

Answer: no one

Something approaching 'Play it againSam' is first said in the film by Ilsa Lund (Ingrid Bergman) in an exchange with the piano player 'Sam' (Dooley Wilson): Probably the most misquoted line in cinema history. Ilsa: Play it once, Sam. For old times' sake.

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A few more crossword clues and answers from a puzzle named “grammar lessons”? Santa’s nieces and nephews? Answer: Relative clauses.

Ghost story? Five letters. Answer: Attic

Packer’s organization? Three letters. Answer: NRA

Utopia? Answer: Future Perfect 

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  • 8 months later...
On 7/27/2015 at 12:49 PM, Backlighting said:

5. Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump: "Sometimes when people go to Vietnam, they go home to their mommas without any legs. Sometimes they don't go home at all. That's a bad thing. That's all I have to say about that."

What about Jenny? In the movie, the love of Forrest Gump's life dies just one year after the couple become man and wife. It is not actually confirmed what kills her but we are given reason to believe that the cause is AIDS. The story took place in the '80s when the virus was at its peak in the U.S . . . . In his sequel, however, writer Winston Groom confirms that this was not the cause of death. It was in fact hepatitis C which killed Jenny and she was infected by the virus through drug-use.

In the film, Gary's costume includes a St. Christopher Medal with the inscription "Protect Us in Combat." This prop is actually a genuine medal which once belonged to Gary Sinise's brother-in-law. The real owner actually wore it during his service in the Vietnam War.

John Lennon Features In the Movie In the film, during Forrest Gump's endless adventures, he also ends up meeting the legendary John Lennon. The footage of the encounter was actually real and was taken from the Beatle's appearance on the Dick Cavett Show. In the film, Yoko Ono was digitally removed and convincingly replaced with Tom Hanks in character. This meant that the footage looks genuinely authentic (because it is), only obviously Forrest Gump was not actually present when the recording was originally made!

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