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#61 bobw

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Posted 06 January 2009 - 09:45 PM

Hmmmm.

Young Frankenstein ("when I tell you to, elevate me!")
Steel Magnolias ("coffee kicked in...")
Moonstruck ("I''ll wear a red dress to your funeral")
Pulp Fiction
T2
The Joy Luck Club (it was my life, well, I wore pants, but ...)
Citizen Kane
The Wizard of Oz
Star Wars (I own it on VHS, DVD, and Laser Disc. Guess one day Blue-Ray?)

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Posted 06 January 2009 - 11:50 PM

Eden lake 2009 horror kids at there best......
keep it high dudes

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 12:56 AM

Watched Bad Santa over Christmas.Laughed my head off,but with an F or B word every 3.3 seconds.Its not one for the Kids realy.Verry Funny though

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 07:57 AM

Watched Bad Santa over Christmas.Laughed my head off,but with an F or B word every 3.3 seconds.Its not one for the Kids realy.Verry Funny though

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Casablanca
African Queen
Jurassic Park (watching it right now) love DVR
The Thing (original 50's)
The Bridges At TOKO-RI (William Holden)
Bridge On The River Kwai
A Guy NAMED JOE (Spencer Tracy)
Lord OF THE RINGS (TRILOGY)
Jaws
Pulp Fiction
Jackie Brown

P.S. there's a movie called " Bottle Rocket" I could swear there is 1.5 wallpaper in the bathroom scene at the
begining of the film. JOHN


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Posted 07 January 2009 - 08:33 AM

Casablanca
African Queen
Jurassic Park (watching it right now) love DVR
The Thing (original 50's)
The Bridges At TOKO-RI (William Holden)
Bridge On The River Kwai
A Guy NAMED JOE (Spencer Tracy)
Lord OF THE RINGS (TRILOGY)
Jaws
Pulp Fiction


P.S. there's a movie called " Bottle Rocket" I could swear there is 1.5 wallpaper in the bathroom scene at the
begining of the film. JOHN


African Queen i could watch every week and never get bored

The Original Thing in b&w frightened the life outa me as a 6 or 7yrs old.So much so, I slept with my mum for a few nights after watching that Frightener.

I Wont go over Waist hieight now because of JAWS[its true]

JT in Pulp Fiction is one of a string of what are now Classics hes acted in.Tarentino is a great Director and extra/actor at times.

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 08:37 AM

I Wont go over Waist hieight now because of JAWS[its true]


Tiger sharks can attack in just 8" of water, and an orca can grab its prey on land up to 10 feet from the waters edge. Paddling can be dangerous. :devil:
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Posted 07 January 2009 - 08:42 AM

I understand that a Great White will hunt in 1mtr of water.

I think you are going to need a bigger Kite Bri.

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 09:03 AM

African Queen i could watch every week and never get bored

The Original Thing in b&w frightened the life outa me as a 6 or 7yrs old.So much so, I slept with my mum for a few nights after watching that Frightener.

I Wont go over Waist hieight now because of JAWS[its true]

JT in Pulp Fiction is one of a string of what are now Classics hes acted in.Tarentino is a great Director and extra/actor at times.

BRIAN...Mr Orange

The Thing ,scared the heck out of me too! I still look over my shoulder when scuba diving. Hate LEECHES!
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Posted 07 January 2009 - 09:26 AM

Ok here is a serious shot. This is a very hard question and I guarantee the list would change day-to-day:

Memento
12 Angry Men
Boondock Saints
Stand By Me
Casino Royale
Constantine
Hamlet (Kenneth Branaugh version)
Green Street Hooligans
Appleseed Ex machina
Ghost in the Shell

Honorable Mention: La Jetee

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 12:06 PM

cool hand luke
saving private ryan
gladiator
braveheart
dancing with wolves
the shinning
matrix
play misty for me
last samurai
the birds as well as most of hitchcock's movies and classic's

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 01:04 PM

Tiger sharks can attack in just 8" of water, and an orca can grab its prey on land up to 10 feet from the waters edge. Paddling can be dangerous. :devil:



They would struggle in Our Local swimming pool buddie or have to catch me running.Throwing Women and Children behind me :lol: :lol: :lol: .

Dont know if ya caut the News a few weeks ago and a Report of a young Lad bringing a small[ish ]Thresher Shark in.He and his Dad caught it in the Streights between Italy and Sardinia[Menine streights i think].As his Dad videoed his son Reeling in the struggling Thresher shark....WOOOOMPH,A Great White starts Mawling it and tearing it apart.

Off Topic,but food for Thought Baloo.

Green Street is a good flick,had that T Shirt once upon a time :blushing: Bad Times
Older and a little wiser now

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 01:10 PM

My top 10 (but only by how many times I've watched/re-watched them...)

Highlander (There should have been only one!)
Leon
From Dusk till Dawn
Leaving LasVegas (Nick cage at his BEST!)
La Femme Nikita (Original French language version :angry: )
12 Monkeys
The Fifth Element
Tron (Nearly killed the Disney studio and computer animation, but look at what it inspired)
The Incredibles
Spirited Away (by Hayao Miyazaki)
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Posted 07 January 2009 - 02:54 PM

Mr. Git

12 Monkeys is a great movie, my honorable mention La Jetee is often cited as the inspiration for that movie.

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 07:34 PM

I've been giving this some thought. I don't know if I have a specific top 10 and they probably change daily. I don't think there is any 10 movies I could specifically say I wound want with me as the only 10 movies I could ever watch again, but some of my favourites, in no particular order, are:

Star Wars ep 4
Star Trek II: Wrath of Kahn
Star Trek First Contact
The Matrix
E.T.
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Finding Neverland
Peter Pan (the more recent version)
Silent Running
Logan's Run

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 08:16 PM

Not much of a movie buff but here goes

Little Big Man
Where's Papa
Longest Day
Wizzard of Oz
Saving Private Ryan
Hunt for Red October
Forest Gump
Rainman
The Graduate
Lord of the fly
The orginal BW The Thing. First scary movie i ever saw. When i was about 6. I am still scared

Hitchcock stuff
Star Wars Stuff (the first ones not thes prequils)


But absolutely Little Big Man was my favorite. It was historical. I fish the Big Horn river and have hung around that part of the country. Dustin Hoffman was great in that movie. Never did like George Custer.

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Posted 07 January 2009 - 08:32 PM

only the strong
weekends at bernies 1
weekends at bernies 2
Gonnies
last samurai
knights tale
delta force
rules of engagment,
all police acadamys
mC cals navy
all CKYS
and many more
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Posted 08 January 2009 - 12:44 AM

Mr. Git

12 Monkeys is a great movie, my honorable mention La Jetee is often cited as the inspiration for that movie.


Cool, will have to look it up!

You've got quite a few in your list I could have put in mine... Top 10's are almost impossible I find. A top 10 for each genre or sub genre I could cope with...
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Posted 08 January 2009 - 02:53 AM

Not much of a movie buff but here goes

Little Big Man
Where's Papa
Longest Day
Wizzard of Oz
Saving Private Ryan
Hunt for Red October
Forest Gump
Rainman
The Graduate
Lord of the fly
The orginal BW The Thing. First scary movie i ever saw. When i was about 6. I am still scared

Hitchcock stuff
Star Wars Stuff (the first ones not thes prequils)


But absolutely Little Big Man was my favorite. It was historical. I fish the Big Horn river and have hung around that part of the country. Dustin Hoffman was great in that movie. Never did like George Custer.


LOL,Strange how that Movie had a similar affect on alot people of that age.I think it was that Dam Giga counter type Machine that bleeped faster as THE THING got closer.Way too much for a young Lads ticker[hart]to handle.
Then When they set it on fire,,,,OMG,,,I near ,hit myself and so did me Mum who was watching it with me.
John Carpenters version i like best.Kirt Russell Looks a bit like me also///// :lol: :lol: :lol: NOT

BRIAN...Its on the other side of that door....

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Posted 08 January 2009 - 12:02 PM

LOL,Strange how that Movie had a similar affect on alot people of that age.I think it was that Dam Giga counter type Machine that bleeped faster as THE THING got closer.Way too much for a young Lads ticker[hart]to handle.
Then When they set it on fire,,,,OMG,,,I near ,hit myself and so did me Mum who was watching it with me.
John Carpenters version i like best.Kirt Russell Looks a bit like me also///// :lol: :lol: :lol: NOT

BRIAN...Its on the other side of that door....


Do'nt open the door!

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Posted 09 January 2009 - 04:50 AM

Do'nt open the door!

I seem to remember,he opened them quite well on his Tod,
:lol: ,Doors arent to much of a problem for a Pisst off Eightfoot fella from Mars.


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