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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrocker3$ View Post
    Friday with Chris Tucker and Ice cube.
    put that gun down son, and get knocked out!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axel Foley View Post
    put that gun down son, and get knocked out!!
    Was that at the end when Ice cube knocked out the big dude who stole his bicycle?

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    John Wick is a bada$$

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrocker3$ View Post
    Was that at the end when Ice cube knocked out the big dude who stole his bicycle?
    yep, deebo

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    I forgot
    Blood Diamond and
    The Greatest Story Ever Told

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    Star Wars
    Gladiator
    300
    Office Space
    Super Troopers
    Underworld
    Serenity
    American History X
    Forrest Gump
    Saving Private Ryan


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    Lord of war
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    There's no way I can list all my favorites. It would probably add up to like 200-300 movies. I gravitate toward a lot of action/adventure epics, intelligent comedy and more heady drama. I don't like violence for the sake of violence.

    I'm really looking forward to this one(link) as well as the big budget adaptation of "Dune" coming out next year. IMO there's always been a definite lack of good WW1 movies, especially over the last 20 years with all the more recent advances in cinematography and special effects that have seriously raised the bar in war films.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcmZN0Mbl04



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    Quote Originally Posted by maus45 View Post
    WTF? Over
    Some people like to argue about stupid things. It is a movie not a documentary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Axel Foley View Post
    red dawn
    lone wolf Mcquade
    police academy 2
    missing in action II: the begining
    The bodyguard
    the last dragon
    jason's lyric
    done be a menace while drinking your juice in the hood
    demolition man
    falling down
    No Beverly Hills Cop? You're in the movie. I had to pick on you about that.
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    These are not my favorite movies by any means (if that’s not a red flag I don’t know what is) and Salo I’ve only ever watched once, but I thought I’d throw these out there to see if anyone else has had the “pleasure” of viewing them.

    1: Gummo (Harmony Karin)
    2: Salo, 120 days of sodom (Italian)
    3: Come and see (Russian)

    All three of these are banned in certain countries. I thought I was cool by tracking down copies online in my mid twenties to view as I could never find a stream that worked.

    If anyone wants to borrow one of these gems let me know. Ha ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by YankeeZulu View Post
    There's no way I can list all my favorites. It would probably add up to like 200-300 movies. I gravitate toward a lot of action/adventure epics, intelligent comedy and more heady drama. I don't like violence for the sake of violence.

    I'm really looking forward to this one(link) as well as the big budget adaptation of "Dune" coming out next year. IMO there's always been a definite lack of good WW1 movies, especially over the last 20 years with all the more recent advances in cinematography and special effects that have seriously raised the bar in war films.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcmZN0Mbl04
    That looks like it would be good movie. Korean War movies are lacking also. I have Flyboys, a WWI dogfighting movie. I can't remember if it is any good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 43m1garand View Post
    Some people like to argue about stupid things. It is a movie not a documentary.
    He's Polish, and I presume he's mad that the Poles never get any credit for the work they did cracking the Enigma code.

    Fair enough, but the response was a little over the top.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 43m1garand View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by YankeeZulu View Post
    There's no way I can list all my favorites. It would probably add up to like 200-300 movies. I gravitate toward a lot of action/adventure epics, intelligent comedy and more heady drama. I don't like violence for the sake of violence.

    I'm really looking forward to this one(link) as well as the big budget adaptation of "Dune" coming out next year. IMO there's always been a definite lack of good WW1 movies, especially over the last 20 years with all the more recent advances in cinematography and special effects that have seriously raised the bar in war films.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcmZN0Mbl04
    That looks like it would be good movie. Korean War movies are lacking also. I have Flyboys, a WWI dogfighting movie. I can't remember if it is any good though.

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    The best Korean War movie I ever saw was “tae guk gi” it’s a Korean movie about two brothers fighting on opposite sides of the civil war. I should have a copy of that somewhere as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 43m1garand View Post

    That looks like it would be good movie. Korean War movies are lacking also. I have Flyboys, a WWI dogfighting movie. I can't remember if it is any good though.

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    Flyboys was amusing, but really campy. Blue Max was better. A really gritty high budget WW1 dogfighter movie depicting just how savage that stuff was would be pretty badass. The Lost Battalion is about the only recent higher-end WW1 film that uses modern techniques and technologies that I can think of. Still has a lot of the same Hollywood addendums but it’s a worthy account of Infantry assaults in WW1.

    Field of Honor was a pretty good Korean War film from back in the 80’s that’s worth a look but, yeah, I’d have to agree that Korea is a largely ignored war in Hollywood.



    Quote Originally Posted by maus45 View Post
    I forgot Blood Diamond

    No offense, but I thought that movie was a joke. I thought DiCaprio's impression of a Rhodesian was laughable.
    Last edited by YankeeZulu; 08-13-2019 at 12:23 PM.



 

 
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