I'm happy that someone's mentioned CLOCKWORK ORANGE (I' saw it at least 20 times as a kid). I don't hate it, but I think that one of the poster touched on the problem I have with the film. It's a young person's film! It's a lovely way to introduce kid in their late teen to "serious" cinema, but I think, more the most part, we end up growing "away" from it as we get older.
to gimferrer: The reason I hate SCHINDLER'S LIST is because of the scene with the little girl. Up until that point I was caught up in the story and, although I won't say I was "enjoying" it, I was rivetted. Then the little girl comes in and she's the only one in colour. ARRRGH! I said on another site that this was a sign that the "new", "serious" Speilberg was actually, "A Neil Simon pretending to be a Shakespeare! A Danielle Steele pretending to be a Jane Austen! And worse...He was still just a Spielberg pretending to be a Kubrick!"
Oh yeah...QUERELLE? It's a bad film, but I pee myself laughing whenever I see it!