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Groundhog Day.

I see what you did there. Wink

As to the original question:

Twelve O’Clock High
Casablanca
The Maltese Falcon
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
The Hobbit & The Lord of the Rings trilogies
The Blue Max
The Dawn Patrol (1938)
All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)

...and lots more, but those are the ones that come to mind at first thought


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The Dawn Patrol (1938)


MUCH better than the 1930 original. Errol Flynn was terrific in the remake..

Chock full of anti war messages.


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Casablanca
The Maltese Falcon
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
He Never Died
Alien Series
True Grit
Saving Private Ryan
The Road Warrior
Bullitt
Dirty Harry

Thanks for your lists, there are a few I need to watch.




 
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Off the top of my head:
The Longest Day
The Right Stuff
Apollo 13
Blazing Saddles
Young Frankenstein
Gettysburg
Saving Private Ryan
Casablanca
The Quiet Man
Pink Panther movies (Peter Sellers)
To Catch a Thief
Operation Petticoat
Maltese Falcon
The Great Escape
Kelly's Heroes
Operation Pacific
Dr Strangelove



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The Great Escape

By far one of my all time favorites.
It's a great gun cleaning movie.


Funny, years ago, the two movies that I would watch while cleaning guns in the family room are The Great Escape and Kelly's Heroes. Always those two, plus my young son loved them.

Other movies pertaining to this thread-

The Godfather
Bad News Bears (Walter Matthau)
Citizen Kane
Aliens
Jaws
The Searchers
Stepbrothers
Dirty Harry



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We usually wait a few years before watching a movie again. Among our favorites:

Band of Brothers
Fiddler on the Roof
Hondo
How the West Was Won
The Last Picture Show
Michael
Porky's
Shane

Just about any movie about fighter pilots. Thats what I wanted to be when I was a kid. I was even taking flying lessons near Grants, New Mexico, when I met this lovely blonde. I never did get back to flying lessons but I've had a wonderful life with her.


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Strategic Air Command
Armageddon
 
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Oh jeez.

Caddy shack
Repo man
Star Wars a new hope
FMJ/Kubrick.
Blazing saddles
LA confidential

Might watch one of em tonite...on the new couch.!


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Oh Brother Where Art Thou

To Have And Have Not

The Outlaw Josey Wales




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Heat.
 
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Ronin
The 13th Warrior
The Magnificent Seven (1960 version)
Black Rain


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Tombstone
The Goonies
Stand By Me
Brotherhood of the Wolf
Toy Story
Donnie Darko (sometimes don’t have a choice it’s like a TOOL album you put it in and you don’t stop until someone intervenes)


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X-Files the movie
Man on Fire
The Equalizer
Stargate
Bagger Vance
.... and many already listed


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In addition to a number of them already mentioned, I like:

Casablanca
Key Largo
They Were Expendable
The Longest Day
Rio Bravo
True Grit
The Lord of the Rings trilogy, but the last one is a bit lame..., I can skip the final reel.
The version of The Three Musketeers with Raquel Welch
The Big Red 1



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Dirty Dozen and Kelly's Heroes.
And Forbidden Planet.

I also like The Great Escape, Dillinger (with Warren Oates), and Hot Fuzz.

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The Sting
The Count of Monte Cristo
The Fog (original)
Murder By Death
Airplane!
The Eiger Sanction
Down Periscope
 
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Airplane
Star Wars-New Hope
Field of Dreams


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The Longest Day
Eldorado
A Bridge To Far
The Cowboys
The Godfather (Part 1 only)
Midway
The Untouchables
The Great Escape
The Bridge At Remagen
In Harms Way


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My Cousin Vinny
 
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Wayne's World



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