Last week Entertainment Weekly presented an article/photo gallery titled "23 Movies You'd Like to See on the Big Screen," which lists these kinds of films (there's actually many more than 23 cited), most of which should ONLY be seen on the big screen, as they were originally meant to be. The list includes obvious epic choices like 2001, Lawrence of Arabia, Gone With the Wind, The Greatest Show on Earth and The Ten Commandments, as well as other classics, like Malick's Days of Heaven, Casablanca, Once Upon a Time in the West, Star Wars, High Society, Halloween, Singin' in the Rain, To Kill a Mockingbird, Psycho, Oklahoma!, The Music Man, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, The Searchers, Stagecoach and The French Connection.
Others are clearly just fan favorites, such as Serenity, Clue, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Xanadu, The Warriors, Rocky III, Moulin Rouge, Fletch and Head. Because the picks come with quotes from the people who were polled, there's a lot of "I was too young/not yet born" kind of responses. One person was apparently not even around 11 years ago, because she says about Titanic: "The sinking must look awesome on the big screen!" Of course, it does. And a lot of other films look awesome on the big screen, too.
What movie(s) do you feel is a must to see on the big screen?