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Family Vacation (any or all of them)
Murder By Death (an oldie great cast)
Action / Suspense / Thriller:
Also liked Secondhand Lions
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A Cristmas Story
Road to Perdition
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“The only thing they can get me for is running a funeral parlor without a license.”
I haven't met too many people who have seen Secondhand Lions. Robert Duval was amazing in that movie. Definitely in my top 25 favorite movies. Good pick bro.
I am a Buckeye...proof there is a God in Heaven who loves me.
that was a good flick
Secondhand Lions rocks...two great actors whose depth really makes that movie. I never miss Shawshank either. Morgan Freeman is awesome....Others: Pelican Brief, Godfather I and II, The Game, A Few Good Men,The Fugitive, Oceans Trilogy, The Usual Suspects, The Sting, Three Days of the Condor. Comedy is Caddyshack...hands down !!!!
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How firm thy friendship O-HI-O
Looks like I missed out on everything, but what the hell happened to this board? Is it turning into another 4chan or something?
Anyway, here is by far my favorite movie of all time, and one of the best movies to never win an Oscar.
More great clips @ http://www.youtube.com/user/jonsanhoi
Shawshank is definitely a great one. Too bad Biggs didn't get ahold of Cavsfan though....
Some other roles Cavs missed out on;
Braveheart = King Richard's son
Deliverance = Bobby Trippe, played by Ned Beatty
Philadelphia = Miguel Alvarez, played by Antonio Banderas
"Any board that would ban 3yds is worthless"
Why the hard-on for Cavsfan?
Some favorites that come to mind.
Spartacus with Kirk Douglas
Vision Quest-that High School wrestling movie from the mid eighties
Brians song-movie about Brian Piccolo and Gayle Sayers.
And no, im not an old fart. Just 34 years old. I just like classic movies.
Murder by Death....Love it!
"Loom filled with empty people....."
I never think to mention it when people ask this question, but the remote gets set back down on the table EVERY time A Free Good Men comes on as I channel flip.
Otto Preminger's Stalag 17. A escape thriller from a WWII POW camp.
Open Range. Cowboy fick with Robert Duvall, one of my favorite actors
Almost any James Bond film with Sean Connery and Roger Moore. I've checked out since then
No Country for Old Men
From my embarrassed to admit list ...there was a movie called "Invasion of the Bee Girls" way back when with lots of flashing lights and women. The plot was the Bee Girls were going to take over the world by inducing men to have heart attacks while having sex. After they would kill the man, they would take his wife and spread honey all over her body while there was this background noise of a hive of bee's buzzing louder and louder until she become one of them.
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I'm Gonna Get You Sucka.
Shakes the Clown.
Body of Lies w/ Leo and Crowe.
Watched Flight last night - good but a little slow.
Some life lessons taught in that movie
Comedy-Trading Places and Joes Apartment- Nothing to Lose love the part where Tim Robbins feet catch on fire. http://youtu.be/5oVrJ1q7_CI
Drama-Schindler's List or The Pianist
Nut I also liked Secondhand Lions a lot.
Series-The Walking Dead- 24-Prison Break-Band Of Brothers
WWW.WTSAC.ORG Woody & Tony's Strokes Against Cancer.
Comedy - Stripes
Sports - Facing the Giants and Warrior
Favorite - Last of the Mohicans
Comedy - Wedding Crashers.
and a fan of the james bond movies.
FOR MOVIES MADE AFTER 1970:
Comedy: Young Frankenstein (1974)
Drama: The Godfather Parts 1 & 2 (1972 / 1974)
Sci Fi: Alien (1979)
Western: Tombstone (1993)
Action: Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
Sports Oriented: Raging Bull (1980)
War / Military: Saving Private Ryan (1998)
Horror: The Shining (1980)
This list just reminds me of all the the,way too many, hours I have spent in front of a tv.
Shakes the Clown = Disturbingly excellent movie no one has ever heard of.
Comedy (recent)= O'Brother where art thou
Comedy (classic) = It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (SO MANY STARS in this movie)
Comedy = The Big Lebowski
Drama = Lawrence of Arabia
Drama = Hard times -w- Charles Bronson
Drama = Jeremiah Johnson
Western = The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
Western = South of Heaven, West of Hell
War = Apocalypse Now
War = Saving Private Ryan
War = The Green Berets
Scifi = Blade Runner (original)
Scifi = Metropolis
Scifi = Mars Attacks
Band of Brothers
Don't get drunk with a frenchman because they'll sell you to the foreign legion? lol
This right here!
I'll qualify this...although it's a very well done and researched movie, it's the story that is compelling beyond most others.
Man on Fire
Black Hawk Down
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