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All time favorite movie - pick one

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topdog1961
10 minutes ago, Lurch said:

I'll admit to being highly cultured - Monty Pyton's Search for the Holy Grail

 

Yes. That a classic in a one movie genre. Nothing like it. 

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NC Quailhunter

Second Hand Lions

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon

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dogrunner

Dances with Wolves. 

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GuyO

1. The Godfather (1)

2. Saving Private Ryan

3. The Godfather (2)

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Marc Ret
47 minutes ago, lee sykes said:

 

 Memphis Belle

 

Final answer?;)

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gaberdeen

Jaws

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Cooter Brown

Good rainy day thread but an impossible question to answer.

 

The other day I saw a movie I haven't seen for a long time--"Breaking Away".  Great flick.

 

Dennis Christopher is in the movie and that made me think of "Fade to Black"which is a very weird movie and made me think of other weird movies with actors who didn't quite make it big which of course made me think of Bud Cort and "Harold and Maude" which was a quirky movie and that made me think of "Rushmore."  Then of course "Local Hero" popped up in my mind.  Burt Lancaster was in that movie and that made me think of a movie he and Kirk Douglas made together about a couple of aging gangsters which nobody other than me might have liked.  And of course the Kirk Douglas connection made me think of "The Man From Snowy River" which kicked ass by any measure.

 

Then I remembered that Dennis Christoper used a Colt .45 Peacemaker in "Fade to Black" which made me hink of "The Shootist", where John Wayne proved what a fine actor he was--of course Jimmy Stewart was also in that movie so what else was I going to think of at that point but "Liberty Valence" which of course reminded me of Woody Strode and "Sergeant Rutledge" and all the great John Ford pictures Strode was in, and all the Ford pictures in general.

 

It went on from there but you get the idea.

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Tony Moore

Zulu, The Getaway, Blade Runner. by the fact I have watched each of these 3 times or more, and will probably watch them again.

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ccavacini

Jeremiah Johnson

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salmontogue

Anatomy a Murder  Jimmy Stewart

 

Perk

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Remo
12 minutes ago, Tony Moore said:

Zulu, The Getaway, Blade Runner. by the fact I have watched each of these 3 times or more, and will probably watch them again.

 

Both Zulu and Zulu Dawn are really good, the original Getaway with Steve McQueen, & Blade Runner too. A good movie should make you ponder life's lessons.

There are so many good ones.

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lee sykes
23 minutes ago, Marc Ret said:

 

Final answer?;)

I remembered it was supposed to be just one so I went with my gut, crossed my fingers and deleted the other two.  If I'm wrong, I guess I'll just have to live with it. :)

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NelloR

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

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Ben Hong

What? No one mentioned "Casablanca" yet?

Round up the usual suspects!

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charlo slim

Pathetic loser answer: Damned if I know! 

 

Almost never watch movies, fall asleep half-way through most of them, and have pretty well forgotten most of them that I may (or may not) have seen.  Carry on.

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