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Forbidden Planet. Dig this scene:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKR-pePd7HU
 
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Go Vols!
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Harry Potter - seems we get sucked into at least one of the movies during those marathons

Forrest Gump

I think The Greatest Showman is going to get watched a lot.
 
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Jeramiah Johnson
 
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Get The Gringo
Payback
Conspiracy Theory
 
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SAC trained killer
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Tombstone
The Outlaw Josey Wales
Unforgiven
Once Upon A Time In The West
John Wick
Jason Bourne Series
Rudy
On Golden Pond




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King of Goodness
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Not listed yet...


Apocolypse Now



Can't believe it took 5 pages before it was mentioned...
 
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Dark City
Much Ado about Nothing
Demolition Man
Mr Lucky
The Fifth Element
 
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Cheyenne Autum
She Wore A Yellow Ribbon
Fort Apache
Maltese Falcon
Murder My Sweet
Psycho
D.O.A (Edmond O'Brien)
While The City Sleeps
 
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lots of good ones mentioned already, I'll add Zulu and The Ghost and the Darkness.


"All warfare is based on deception" Sun Tzu, The art of War
 
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Some already listed. I'll add:

Quigley Down Under
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Draft Day (even though it's about football)
The Last Boy Scout (ditto)

My son-in-law buys pretty much every movie that hits the market. I, on the other hand, haven't bought a recorded movie in decades. I just wait for them to make it to my screen. Some don't come often, but I'm still not going to go out and buy them.




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Much Ado about Nothing


Which one? Branagh or Whedon?



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The God's Must be Crazy.



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The Warriors, Streets of Fire.
 
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Streets of Fire.


Forgot about that one. I enjoy that one quite a bit. Even have the soundtrack.



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para said "The Maltese Falcon"

I've always felt a certain fascination over that movie. Like it transports you to another place and time

I bought some of Dashiell Hammett's books but haven't read them again in a long time
 
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For the message it sends about right vs wrong:

Burt Lancaster in "Valdeze is coming"
Clint Eastwood in "The unforgiven"

A lot of the movies I really like are already listed...great minds think alike or something like that.


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It's a Wonderful Life

Tombstone

Saving Private Ryan

The Shawshank Redemption

Vertigo

12 O'Clock High

Operation Petticoat


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Airplane!




 
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Forgot Monty Python and the Holy Grail



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Fellini's Satyricon, it's so complex that every time I watch it I see something new. His other films are great also but Satyricon stands out. Chris
 
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