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Films It took me 10 years...

Discussion in 'General' started by RotoSequence, 13 Jul 2009.

  1. Furymouse

    Furymouse Like connect 4 in dagger terms

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    Do it! Do it now! Dont think, just do it! :D

    It is a little more difficult for some seeing as its old, black and white, and subtitled. But the story is amazing, and you just can't go wrong when a guy is carrying around a 5 foot katana :thumb:
     
  2. knuck

    knuck Hate your face

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    cool :)

    I don't really mind the subtitles though. I am quite use to it thx to Naruto/Bleach :D
     
  3. Pancakes

    Pancakes New Member

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    Can't say I've ever seen the Godfather Triology myself... but one movie I do recommend is The Boondock Saints. Amazing imo.
     
  4. jhanlon303

    jhanlon303 The Keeper of History

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    Where is DougEdey?

    Fox Movie Channel owes me 2 hours of my life back! B Movie Hell.

    Mystery on Monster Island.

    Cost more to rent than to make. Rubber suits, no plot, giggling boobies, laughable dialog. Just poor.

    john

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    Did I mention bosoms? Never mind.
     
  5. docodine

    docodine killed a guy once

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    I just watched Cannonball Run 2 yesterday, and that is now one of those movies.

    Jackie Chan, Jaws and Burt Reynolds were all in it, and that's all that matters.

    It was a movie from a time where we could make fun of Arabs in a different way.. Sheik Abdul Ben Falafel.
     
  6. outlawaol

    outlawaol Geeked since 1982

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    Ive not seen 'Titanic' from beginning to end. I seem to always catch it as the ship is sinking... the best part in my book... drama..pheesh, if it dosnt explode I am not that much into it. :)
     
  7. sui_winbolo

    sui_winbolo Giraffe_City

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    Haven't seen it yet.

    Full Metal Jacket was one I just watched not too long ago. One of my favorite films now.
     
  8. oasked

    oasked Stuck in the Mud

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    Ahh, the classic Cannonball Run series. I first watched it on some old VHS tapes that I got from a friend of a friend about 10 years ago... briliant.

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  9. Blademrk

    Blademrk Why so serious?

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    I've got the first CB Run film on DVD need to get the rest, classic films. Sad about Captain Chaos though, Dom Deluise was a legend.
     
  10. liratheal

    liratheal Sharing is Caring

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    Hmm. Took me a while to see the Indy films, and the Star Trek films. Not sure they count, though, as they were mostly released long before I watched anything that wasn't power rangers..

    I'm fairly certainly I saw Fight Club before the ten year mark, but probably not by much. I definitely watched it this side of 2004. Didn't see Lock Stock until last year, and most certainly didn't watch Snatch until 2005.

    I tend to watch stuff with lots of massive explosions, so I don't see many of the "classics", since they tend to be more than a random guy blowing **** up >.>
     
  11. Brett89

    Brett89 Active Member

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    double post whoring
     
  12. Brett89

    Brett89 Active Member

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    That picture is enough to make me want to see those movies. I'm a sucker for Burt Reynolds, just because of how iconic/dated the mustache is, big fan of Smoky and the Bandit. I've never seen all of the Godfathers, none of them in one sitting.
     
  13. ry@n

    ry@n Well-Known Member

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    I saw the penis shots I just wondered why they were there, I meant that I needed to see the film again to catch "the cinema scene" :D
     
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  14. notatoad

    notatoad pretty fing wonderful

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    what possible reason could you have for following that statement with a smiley face?

    i've never seen clockwork orange or mulholland drive. both have been on my computer for years.
     
  15. talladega

    talladega I'm Squidward

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    but then again im not into a wide variety of movies either.

    dont feel bad for being an old geezer. :D
     
  16. freedom810

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    The only real high critically acclaimed movie I'm yet to watch is Shawshank me thinks. I love most high rated films, I thought the godfather trilogy was great. Right now I've caught up on a lot of Clint Eastwoods films after buying the spaghetti western box set for a tenner at HMV, I especially loved The good, The bad, and the ugly! :D I think I like him more so in westerns compared to his dirty harry style cop, even though he is just as bad ass.
     
  17. oasked

    oasked Stuck in the Mud

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    I've just watched it upon your recommendation - thanks! Brilliant movie, fantastic acting by Natalie Portman. Its certainly a bittersweet film.
     
  18. C0nKer

    C0nKer New Member

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    Blasphemy! :D
     

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