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Roman Holiday (1953)
Director: William Wyler
The movie that gave the world Audrey Hepburn, this charming tale of a European royal going AWOL in Rome and falling for Gregory Peck is invested with maximum magic. Read Review
Field Of Dreams (1989)
Director: Phil Alden Robinson
A beguiling, Capra-esque baseball fantasy that gets its sentiment just right, anchored by Kevin Costner on top form. If you build it, we will come. And cry buckets. Read Review
Groundhog Day (1993)
Director: Harold Ramis
The greatest high-concept comedy of the modern era. Ramis, Bill Murray and co. mine the simple idea of having to repeat a single day over and over for all itís worth. "People are morons." Read Review

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