I'm not a big fan or classic films, so I've skipped on things like Gone with the Wind and the original Wizard of Oz. I may watch them one day, but I have trouble watching the acting style during that time, it doesn't hold my interest.
When I asked this question, I was going to reply, saying Jurassic Park, but that same night, the film showed on TV, so I got to see it in the end. Other films I haven't seen that fall under this category include:
Psycho (seen bits and pieces, but not the whole film)
Planet of the Apes
All the Star Wars films
The Great Escape
Like dgrwriting, I also haven't seen Gone With The Wind, but I adore The Wizard of Oz.
With the exception of Terminator and Alien (which I would watch if they were on at a convenient time on TV), I am not interested in the seeing the others.
Oh! Bryony, the original 'Planet of the Apes' was voted the film with the best-ever ending! See it, if you can. It's excellent. Charlton Heston's 'gruff' voice in one scene was not 'put on'. He had a sore throat! Can't say anymore, or it'll spoil it for you! Cheers!
Oh! Vee, you haven't seen 'Ben-Hur'! Rent it out, phone a friend, do what you have to do to watch it! And when you do, you'll understand why it won 11 Academy Awards, the most honoured film of all time!
( and b4 anyone starts howling me down re: 'Titanic's 11 AA's, it won NONE for Acting, & that beats CGI or SFX! )