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18 minutes ago, Pudgy gopher said:

My second would be "12 angry men"

Kinda surprised it took to page 5 for this one to show up.  This is one of the movies I wrestled with in my previous post on this thread.

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Porky's! Trilogy.

Next in line would be the American Pie series. Love a great, raunchy comedy and those all fit the bill.

Of course, anything John Wayne but that goes without saying.

 

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A River Runs Through It.

It's responsible for me falling in love with Montana and getting a place out there.

 

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Cant pick oner:

 

Lonesome Dove

Rangeland

Stalking Moon

Legends of the fall

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The Searchers

An Unfinshed Life 

Out Of Africa

Jeremiah Johnson

Bourne 

 

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8 hours ago, Spin said:

1. Last of the Mohicans (remake starring Daniel Day Lewis) Storyline roughly based on true historic events, Authentic costumes, weapons, music, (great score)

                                            James Fenimore Cooper the author wrote a series of books called the Leather Stocking Tales of which "Mohican's" was the second and

                                            most popular. It has at times been called the first great American novel tho most literary notables today give that honor to "Moby Dick"

                                            This was a great film on so many levels

 

Yes. I struggled with not naming this first. Action, believable love stories, score, breathtaking cinematography, characters you care deeply for, it has something for everyone. I've been yearning to see it again. 

 

As for the rest of the movies, I making a list and checking it twice. There is still s lot of winter left. I hope many are on Netflix and Amazon Prime

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 You know one movie I haven’t seen mentioned is “Second Hand Lions” for some reason I liked that movie along with

 

How the West Was Won

The Man Who Would Be King

Lonsome Dove 

Out of Africa

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Australia

Longest Day

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The Shootist

 

Jeremiah Johnson

 

Hombre..."I got a question for you...How you plan on getting down that hill?"

 

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

 

Hud

 

Cool Hand Luke

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Movies:  Original Blade Runner.  Next would be "Da" with Marty Sheen.

 

Tv:   Lonesome Dove with Tommy Lee and Robert Duvall.  For TV not going to get better than that.

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