There is the Breakfast Club and there is one I can't remember the name but everybody meets up from college because a friend died - REALLY Good - Opening scene is of someone getting dressed in a suit - I hope someone gives me the name
Caddy Shack, Fandango, The Sound of Music, Gone With the Wind, Young Frankenstein, The Omen, The Exorcist, HOSTEL I & II, Psycho, Mary Poppins, Full Metal Jacket, American Pie, The Deer Hunter, Herbie the Love Bug, Philadelphia Story, Heat, The Rescuers, TX Chainsaw Massacre, Bed Knobs & Broomsticks, Rear Window, It's a Wonderful life, Apocalypse Now
Damn you know you're getting old when "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" is considered a "classic". I was going to suggest "Gaslight" "Gentlemen's Agreement" "Its a Mad, Mad, Mad, (etc.) World", "Metropolis", and even the ORIGINAL Manchurian Canidate with Frank Sinatra; but I suppose those movies would be considered "fossils". If you literally wanted to work out your attention span, those movies would be good "weights" to use to exercise some mental muscle. (Well EXCEPT for "Its a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, (etc.) World".)
dawnbright, it's one of my favorites too! The Big Chill-Glen Close, Kevin Kline, William Hurt, Tom Berenger... Other greats: -Romancing the Stone -Angels With Dirty Faces (James Cagney) -Now, Voyager -(all) The Thin Man (movies) -west side story -there's an older mini series called A Town Like Alice (referring to Alice Springs in Australia) which was great. It was about the women's Bataan death march during WWII, the people they met along the way, and what happened after. It's a great, epic, enduring love story!worth trying to find!