The Mexican looks good, seen The Princess Bride lots.
You're welcome! I tried to recommend something not as "classic" that you may not have seen. In fact, this thread inspired me to give it a re-watch. It's a cute/fun movie. I'm not even a Julia Roberts fan, but I liked her in this.
Cool that you did a re-watch Marilyn, I have it on hold at the library. Looking forward to it.
If I might suggest: the 1930's versions of The Prisoner of Zenda, The 39 Steps, and The Lady Vanishes. Since you say you like Disney, have you seen The Moon-Spinners? If you like costume pictures/swashbucklers, I can also heartily recommend another Disney: The Sword and the Rose. Lots of action (including sword-fights) and plenty of romance.
Bill Sampson: The Theatuh, the Theatuh - what book of rules says the Theater exists only within some ugly buildings crowded into one square mile of New York City? Or London, Paris or Vienna? Listen, junior. And learn. Want to know what the Theater is? A flea circus. Also opera. Also rodeos, carnivals, ballets, Indian tribal dances, Punch and Judy, a one-man band - all Theater. Wherever there's magic and make-believe and an audience - there's Theater.