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BlueBell

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oh my, Yes @artemis ......... The Great Escape, Steve McQueen.........that guy will never be copied........His Movies are so so good.......esp. The Great Escape.
 

jakemoe

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African Queen
Wizard of Oz
Terminator 1/2
Forest Gump (the music was pretty huge)
Giant (the scene where Rock Hudson's beating the crap out of the racist restaurant owner was so good)
Lonely are the Brave (old Kirk Douglas)
Fantasia
 

Santa's little helper

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African Queen
Wizard of Oz
Terminator 1/2
Forest Gump (the music was pretty huge)
Giant (the scene where Rock Hudson's beating the crap out of the racist restaurant owner was so good)
Lonely are the Brave (old Kirk Douglas)
Fantasia
Interesting list @jakemoe, love everything about Forest Gump:)
Have not even seen "African Queen" {offered or even listed} for probably 20 years, great classic.
> we good Jake?:)
 
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Starling

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My all time favourite movie by far is Good Fellas
Casino
Hangover 123
Scarface
I have to agree on Good Fellas. I can watch it again and again.
My all time favourite movie by far is Good Fellas
Casino
Hangover 123
Scarface
I have to agree on Good Fellas being on of my favorite movies. I can watch it over and over. Otherwise I love 1970s made for TV horror movies, like Satan's School for Girls or The Night Stalker.
 

TR71979

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Fellowship of the Ring - Almost the perfect movie. The changes they made to the book just *worked*. Not the other 2 LOTR movies, though :(
The Right Stuff - So much subtext and symbolism in this. Hated it at first because it made my heroes look like flawed men....well, they are.
I got over it.
Godfather 1 and 2 - The second is a master class in both how to do a prequel and a sequel I"M TALKING TO YOU STAR WARS!!!
(Vince Gilligan (Better Call Saul) gets it right, though.)
Bonnie & Clyde (1967) - Very gritty and realistic. Doesn't romanticize the criminals.
The Wild Bunch - Ditto
Grand Prix - Best racing movie ever (Rush is close). Flawed in many ways, but featured the real race tracks and the
real drivers in period.
Cars - My favorite Pixar movie because.....well, cars!
For a Few Dollars More - The second of Sergio Leone's "Man with No Name" series with Clint Eastwood. The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly is
great, but the sense of isolation and doom in this one really works for me. Even Clint Eastwood has to team up with
Lee van Cleef to get the bad guy. The opening scene with the poker game is perfect.
 
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