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Favorite "Little Known or Low Budget" Movie?

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frugal pointer

UNBRANDED

 

Its a horse documentary, you can catch it on Netflix.  Watch the trailer, seriously.  I'm not a horse guy, the scenery and story is fantastic.  FP

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topdog1961

I doubt it was low budget, but I don't think I've heard mention in any of the movie threads of "My Cousin Vinny". It's a great movie and the scene where Vinny first meets his cousin's friend in the jail cell is pure comedy gold. 

 

And Marisa Tomei sure is easy on the eye in this one. 

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GB Jack

Step brothers and the Blair witch project 

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ruff hunter

Jackie Brown!!!!!

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Uplander

Not sure it’s “low budget,” but I’d toss Young Frankenstein into the mix.   “What hump?”

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max2
7 hours ago, Uplander said:

Not sure it’s “low budget,” but I’d toss Young Frankenstein into the mix.   “What hump?”

" suit yourself I'm easy ":)

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Brad Eden

Ha! JoAnn and I went to an Escanaba in da Moonlight play this afternoon. Small venue in Bangor ME called The Penobscot Theatre. Great set design and really good acting by local actors. It was funny as hell. They really condensed what I thought was a long convoluted movie into a tight play production. Just plain great.

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gundogpa

Lots of good movies on this thread........I have a couple of them on my watch list now!

 

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Buddy Knox

Bottle Shock...  based on the true story of the California wine industry coming of age. 

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Lars

Does anyone recall a old movie about an American Indian in the southwest trying to catch a wild horse.  There was no dialogue in the entire movie and I believe there was a well known actor playing the part.  

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Chesepeakes_Man
6 hours ago, Lars said:

Does anyone recall a old movie about an American Indian in the southwest trying to catch a wild horse.  There was no dialogue in the entire movie and I believe there was a well known actor playing the part.  

 

Was it Chino with Charles Bronson ?? 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chino_(1973_film)

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Lars
3 hours ago, Chesepeakes_Man said:

 

Was it Chino with Charles Bronson ?? 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chino_(1973_film)

 

I don't think so.  Its a movie my folks had watched and enjoyed many year ago and they told me I would like it and should see it.  If I remember right no other actors and no dialogue just the man trying to catch the wild horse and it was an actor who at the time was well known. 

 

But thanks for checking!

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Wet Dog

This is Spinal Tap 

 

 

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topdog1961
1 hour ago, Lars said:

 

I don't think so.  Its a movie my folks had watched and enjoyed many year ago and they told me I would like it and should see it.  If I remember right no other actors and no dialogue just the man trying to catch the wild horse and it was an actor who at the time was well known. 

 

I tried to look it up for you with no luck.  But in doing so I stumbled upon a 1958 western with some really outstanding reviews. This is probably more applicable to the western thread, but here goes anyhow. "Gunman's Walk" with Van Heflin and Tab Hunter. 

 

I never heard of it, so maybe it fits on this thread too. 

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Lars
1 hour ago, topdog1961 said:

 

I tried to look it up for you with no luck.  But in doing so I stumbled upon a 1958 western with some really outstanding reviews. This is probably more applicable to the western thread, but here goes anyhow. "Gunman's Walk" with Van Heflin and Tab Hunter. 

 

I never heard of it, so maybe it fits on this thread too. 

 

I watched the trailer for "Gunmen's Walk" and looks like a good movie.  Thanks for checking!

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