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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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Casablanca
High Noon
The Godfather
Unforgiven
The Sand Pebbles
Saving Private Ryan
Office Space



十人十色
 
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Vanishing Point


A good movie and hard to find.

Of course my favorite scene is the naked chick on the motorcycle.

I assume you both are referring to the original with Barry Newman in the protagonist's role. It happens that we lived in Williams, AZ when a remake with Viggo Mortensen was filmed. I took a couple days off work to take part.





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In addition to about 90 % of the aforementioned wonderful cinematic jewels, I will add

Kill Bill, 1 and 2
 
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Gotta add Silence of the Lambs.
Liked the remake of Manhunter, Red Dragon more than the original. (cuz, Anthony Hopkins as Lector)
Unforgiven
Dawn of the Dead (sprinting zombies!)
Tombstone
The Big Lebowski
Saving Private Ryan
Grand Torino

and most all the others already listed.


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Adding...

Raising Arizona
Zombie Land
 
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The Blues Brothers...
Tora Tora Tora
Midway
Wake Island
 
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Vanishing Point

Originally posted by GWbiker:
A good movie and hard to find.

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I assume you both are referring to the original with Barry Newman in the protagonist's role. It happens that we lived in Williams, AZ when a remake with Viggo Mortensen was filmed. I took a couple days off work to take part.


That's pretty cool. I saw that TV movie back in the '90s. Can't touch the original, though.

I took a cross country road trip in 2011. I drove through Cisco UT, where the climax of the original Vanishing Point took place (doubling for Cisco CA).

Here's a scene featuring the Shell Station where the bulldozers have roadblocked the highway from the 1971 film.



Here's my car parked in front of the dilapidated Shell building back in 2011.

 
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LCS, the screenshot over the dozer blade from the movie is a good one. You see the parked dozers in the shot with my foot on the bumper. If you’re a good photographer, the Cisco Desert in Utah provides unparalleled sunrises and sunsets that make for some spectacular shots—I think it shows in your picture from 2011.


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If you’re a good photographer, the Cisco Desert in Utah provides unparalleled sunrises and sunsets that make for some spectacular shots—I think it shows in your picture from 2011.


Cool! I did encounter some amazing sunsets during my trip. I was late getting to Cisco thanks to the snow on the highway in the mountains. The sun was going down - I was worried I'd miss daylight completely!
 
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Vanishing Point
Saw it when it came out 1971 I think.

I didn't realise until a couple years ago that it was actually was an old Camaro loaded with dynamite that they crashed. The movie company company had the Challenger on loan to save money and had to return it when filming was done.



Deplorable before deplorable was cool!
 
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The Lost Battalion, I like movies based on actual events.
 
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You gents have covered most of them for me.

I'll add:

Patton, Legally Blond, Used Cars, Ice Station Zebra and Miracle on Ice.

Foreign Films: Hunde Wollt Ihr Ewig Leben, Das Wunder von Bern, La Cage Aux Folles, and a few others most here would also not recognize. I recently saw a few recently made French Films (dubbed in German) I'd add to my list. The French make some really good movies.


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Rear Window
The Birds

Hitchcock was a master.
 
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Scarface
Terminator
Kick Ass
wanted.

The story of my life Lols.


Love is 4Ever
 
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A Few Good Men
The Firm
Singles
Kingpin
There’s Something About Mary
Battle Los Angeles
The Thing 1951
The Thing 1982
The Thing 2011
Them
Night of the Living Dead 1990
The Lost Battalion
The Kingdom


Most WWII Movies I can see multiple times.

Only saw the Siege of Jadotville once but I could wacth it multiple times also.
 
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I cant turn it off when I stumble upon it.


For me that would be True Lies


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-Grosse Pointe Blank
-The Ghost and the Darkness
-Ronin
-Blackhawk Down
-Fury
-Guardians of the Galaxy
-Man on Fire
-The Count of Monte Cristo
-Full Metal Jacket
-Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
-Snatch
-Arthur, Legend of the Sword

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I need to watch Papillion again. Steve McQueen @ his best.
[FLASH_VIDEO]


Link to original video: https://youtu.be/rdeS1vJNgpg [/FLASH_VIDEO]
 
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Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb.


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