"Titanic" is being re-released in 3-D this week. So we asked: Which older film would you love to see again on the big screen?
Luke Broadwater, reporter, The Baltimore Sun
The obvious choice is "Ghostbusters," but for the hell of it, I'm also going to go with "Kentucky Fried Movie." It's so absurd, so inappropriate and so funny.
Stokely Baksh, community coordinator, The Baltimore Sun
No brainer: "The Adventures of Milo and Otis." But let's update the narrator.
Wesley Case, reporter, b
I'd like to see "The Birds," but remade with a different animal. Like squirrels. Or cats.
Julie Scharper, reporter, The Baltimore Sun
As a son of archaeologists, my parents would kill me if I didn't say
Jordan Bartel, assistant editor, b
"E.T." It's the ultimate in escapism. Plus it's the perfect mix of adventure, fantasy, coming of age, innocence, tolerance and love.
John-John Williams IV, reporter, The Baltimore Sun
I would LOVE to see "Forest Gump" in theaters again! Such an amazing movie.
Mick Lee, Z104.3
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