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    State of Grace
    Heat
    Wolf of Wall Street
    GoodFellas
    High Desert Kill
    Bad Lieutenant
    (the one with Harvey Kietel)
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    A beautiful mind
    A walk to remember
    Scarface
    The GodFather
    The people i know
    Calito's way.

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    Winchester '73

    Old b&w movie that I still watch once in a while, have it recorded.

    Seems like I find myself watching the old movies more these days.
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    Waterloo is definitely up there.
    Anything Clint Eastwood touches is Gold.
    Death Wish (the first one especially)
    Goldeneye. The AK play is killer. And Natalia was the hottest thing I ever saw at 5 years old. Still bangin'....
    Falling Down.
    Heat.
    Borat.

    And many, many more.

    Great thread BTW. Making a list from this thread of things I haven't seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clayton Farlow View Post
    State of Grace
    Heat
    Wolf of Wall Street
    GoodFellas
    High Desert Kill
    Bad Lieutenant
    (the one with Harvey Kietel)
    Check out Reservoir Dogs and City of Industry if you haven't seen them
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    a lesser known movie, with willie nelson of all people in it, is a biopic of american born victor herman, who immigrated to russia as a teen and ended up in stalin's gulag, called coming out of the Ice. It is well worth a watch
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    John Wick-silverado-band of brothers series-old movies like all through the night Humphry Bogart-Sahara Humphry Bogart-desperate Journey Errol Flynn and Ronald Reagan-Movies with Spencer tracy-John Wayne-Errol Flynn-Russel Crowe-Audie Murphy-Jimmy Stewart-all of the 40's and 50's western stars they were all great. Val Kilmer in tombstone finast portrayal of doc Holiday. Steve McQueen- and many others
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    Barry Gordy's The Last dragon=best martial arts movie EVER!!!

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    I drank a 12 of bud light and watched Chuck Norris’ 1984 classic “Missing in Action” on my couch with my dog last night.
    Not a good movie, but one I enjoyed nonetheless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by recon View Post
    Great movie, I remember that one. 9th Company is a great Russian Afghan war movie as well.

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    I watched Beneath Hill 60 this past weekend. It is a WWI movie about Australians tunneling under the German front line. The Germans had tunnels too. I did not know about these tunnels in WWI. Always heard about the trenches.
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    Clint Eastwood's Heartbreak Ridge was a good movie, I've watched several times.

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    Last edited by scottyb; 08-28-2019 at 10:39 AM.
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    or beer


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cincymaga View Post
    I drank a 12 of bud light and watched Chuck Norris’ 1984 classic “Missing in Action” on my couch with my dog last night.
    Not a good movie, but one I enjoyed nonetheless.
    I liked part II the best

 

 
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