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@sportshort The Ice!!!!....is gonna break!!!


That line must me near and dear to you folks in the Great White North. LOL.
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1.No Country for Old Men


I watched a portion of that movie at my Sister's house a few years ago. But it was late and I had to leave, and work the next day,... and totally forgot about it. Thanks for reminding me. I need to see that movie in it's entirety!
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@sportshort Agree on The Dead Zone love the cinematography the tanker coming over the hill, the ice tunnel, the scissors I could go on and on all excellent.
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@Murmonster, Thanks for the spoilers dude! LOL

Agreed, the cinematography and the acting are amazing. the best part is the Movie holds up because there were no dated million dollar special effects. I forgot to mention it's based on a Steven King novel.
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@sportshort Too funny I didn’t want to be too descriptive on my response as to provide spoilers then I thought this movie is almost 40 years old does the no spoilers rule even still apply?
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The Thing - another one of my all time favorites. This is a movie I definitely watch every time I’m able to!

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Yeah man, glad to help! Again, another film I just know I’m going to watch whenever I’m able to catch it. Doesn’t matter if it’s from the beginning or an hour into the story everything grinds to a stop just to watch this. Just watched it last night as a matter of fact! Lmao!
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Just blitz watched the last season of GOT love it.
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To those that have watched.....what's your thoughts on Natural Born Killers?

For me, I watched this film in the theatre (original release). I was (and I think still am) a big Oliver Stone fan. I know he takes historic liberties but he makes very entertaining films in my opinion. I feel his films are well shot, entertaining narratives and important subject matters (embellished or not).

I remember when I saw Natural Born Killers in theaters thinking how absolutely over the top it was. It was not subtle at all. The point he was trying to make was delivered like a sledge hammer. I enjoyed the film at the time, I was 23 and full of piss and vinegar as they say.I haven't watched it since then and I'm curious how I will receive this film today in todays climate.
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Man, I haven’t seen NBK in forever! Totally agree about your sledgehammer analogy there. What an amazing film. 😎👍🏻
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If you like powerhouse acting and dialogue watch Glengarry Glen Ross it’s simply amazing. Not for the kids though lots of profanity.
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@sportshort Too funny I didn’t want to be too descriptive on my response as to provide spoilers then I thought this movie is almost 40 years old does the no spoilers rule even still apply?


I don't think it does. It was actually more funny cause most (if not all) of the "spoilers" are in the trailer. lol
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Natural Born Killers is another movie I've never seen. This thread is overloading my - Need To Watch! lol

And that's a good thing!
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If you like powerhouse acting and dialogue watch Glengarry Glen Ross it’s simply amazing. Not for the kids though lots of profanity.


Glengarry Glen Ross is absolutely brilliant! I've watched this film probably more than 25 times. It's an actors film and immensely quotable. David Mamet was at the top of his game in this film even though it's an adaptation of his play.

Did you know that Alec Baldwin's character was completely new to the film and never a part of David Mamet's play? Its important because Alec Baldwin's scene in the movie is absolutely brilliant!!
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@GAC I did not know that about AB’s part but for the 5 to 10 minutes of screen time he had he absolutely killed it. Jack Lemmon’s nighttime sales pitch in the rain was so cringe worthy I felt secondhand embarrassment just watching it.
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@Rafel no, it bombed at the box office taking in less than $6 million WW. Too bad because it deserved a far better fate.


That's sad. It looks pretty good and thank you for that information.
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I just watched this on TNT. This is another movie that I absolutely love!! There aren't many movies that I like to watch more than once or twice, but this is one of them. It is, hands down, my favorite Denzel Washington movie!! Mind you, not many people agree with me. LOL But if you watch it, you will never be able to hear a certain song without this movie popping into your head!!!


I saw this on too, and immediately had the Stones playing in my head. It also made me think of another GREAT movie...
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@Murmonster Agreed!! Thst film is a tutorial for all aspiring actors. Everyone in that film is a pro...even Mr. Lingk! Great great movie!!
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@RexMuff Falling Down is great!!!
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My wife & I watched this on Netflix last night. We both enjoyed it. I'd like just about anything with Peter Dinklage in it.
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@RexMuff - I've been looking for this movie for some time now, but couldn't remember the title/actor.

Thanks!
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I CARE A LOT looks pretty good. Thank you for sharing.
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@Zombiebigfoot I've got a set of Benny Hill dvd's that I pull out and watch every now and then. Some of the bits are dated, but there are some skits that just make me roar with laughter!!
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My next entry would have been The Thing (masterpiece) but others beat me to it. So I am changing gears and veering into comedy. One of the greatest, if not the greatest, comedy movie of all time is The Marx Brothers "A Night at the Opera". This movie was released in 1935 and is amazingly funny. you actually have to keep up with the comedy as at times it comes fast and furious. Need a laugh? this is the move for you.

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Tried to watch Tenet on the plane, even with headphones I had to give up. I notice that now I am older I have a hard time picking up dialog in a modern, noisy soundtrack in a lot of movies. We need theaters again.
Falling Down, one of my all time favorites. Loved Barfly too, as somehow they stole scenes from my life for the movie.
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If you got about 8 hours to kill, this is THE best mini-series I’ve ever seen. Cant go wrong with Tom Hanks as executive producer
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The Day The Earth Stood Still (original)
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@doog Tenet was nice to watch but left me unsatisfied. Practically all of Nolan's movies have some important point to make and I got nothing from that one.
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My wife & I watched this on Netflix last night. We both enjoyed it. I'd like just about anything with Peter Dinklage in it.


I just watched I CARE A LOT and it started off great then it got slow. I wonder how many scams like hers are out there?
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Can’t go wrong with They live! And in the mouth of madness.
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I just watched I CARE A LOT and it started off great then it got slow. I wonder how many scams like hers are out there?

Agree that it started strong and got slow, but I loved how it ended. Yeah, makes you wonder how many elderly are getting scammed like this.
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