These were given me by kattahj
Is one of my favourite actors, so this is not an easy choice. But all things considered, I would say Charade with Audrey Hepburn. A caper romance, with two of the most attractive leads of the time - what more could you want?
Is NOT one of my favourite actors, but I love Tootsie.
James Earl Jones
um... I think I would have to say Star Wars if only because I'm not sure I've seen (or heard) anything else that he's been in!
Oh definitely Footloose (hey, can you hear that song... "Footloose... Footloose, put on your dancing shoes..."
The Marx Brothers
Sorry - I have to confess I have never seen a single Marx Brothers movie, so will have to pass on this one.
Men in Black
Oh, now this one's difficult. I think maybe Howard's End - not so much for him, but as a movie overall. The Silence of the Lambs was pretty good, too, though not exactly fun to watch. And Zorro.
My Best Friend's Wedding, though I've liked him in quite a lot of things.
Max von Sydow
You know what? The Exorcist!! Not the answer you might expect, but memorable!
Zorro, although I'm tempted to say Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.
Is a wonderful actress, but not someone I love. I adore The African Queen, though.
Oh, Pretty Woman. Definitely.
Working Girl is one of my all-time favourite movies, so it's easy to name it here, even though she kicked more ass in Aliens.
Terms of Endearment. Oh, that scene when her daughter dies and they look into each other's eyes in the hospital... *sniff*
NOT my favourite actress... um... Sybil, which I think might have been a TV movie, but was really quite terrific.
I liked her in Star Trek, but that was TV. Ghost?? I guess.
Mary Stuart Masterson
Benny and Joon, which I had to look up on the Internet Movie Data Base but which was actually a lovely, quirky movie and I'd forgotten that she was in it (but not Johnny Depp, of course)
Oh, this has to be The Unbearable Lightness of Being (unless I can count Alias!!)
um... I'm not sure I've seen anything she's been in... Oh - no! Of course, Lost in Translation