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    Quote Originally Posted by Axel Foley View Post
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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.
    I liked part II the best
    There’s a part II to this masterpiece? I’m so down for it.

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    Favorite Rambo Movie Best to Worst:

    Rambo II
    Rambo IV
    Rambo III
    Rambo I

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cincymaga View Post
    There’s a part II to this masterpiece? I’m so down for it.
    missing in action II: the begining

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    No holds barred is a good one too
    not only do you have hulk hogan fighting deebo, you have this classic scene
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wYs-0EO0ts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Axel Foley View Post
    No holds barred is a good one too
    not only do you have hulk hogan fighting deebo, you have this classic scene
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wYs-0EO0ts
    Lmao that movie fucking sucked!!!

    I knew it was that clip though lol... Doooookkiiieee. Yeah man, that was funny when I was a kid. I still say that shit and nobody ever knows what I'm talking about.

    I loved Hulk Hogan, but those movies he made were cheesey. I would love to have all the wrestle manias though from about 1987-1991 I'm guessing. Ultimate Warrior, Hulk Hogan, Hacksaw Jim Dugan... yeah buddy!

    I used to get those wwf ice cream bars with card in the box lol. I had a wrestling ring in my basement that all the kids in the neighborhood used to come over and use. Really we were just beating the shit out of each other without face shots, and the ring was pissy mattresses we found, but we had a blast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pookie View Post
    Lmao that movie fucking sucked!!!

    I knew it was that clip though lol... Doooookkiiieee. Yeah man, that was funny when I was a kid. I still say that shit and nobody ever knows what I'm talking about.

    I loved Hulk Hogan, but those movies he made were cheesey. I would love to have all the wrestle manias though from about 1987-1991 I'm guessing. Ultimate Warrior, Hulk Hogan, Hacksaw Jim Dugan... yeah buddy!

    I used to get those wwf ice cream bars with card in the box lol. I had a wrestling ring in my basement that all the kids in the neighborhood used to come over and use. Really we were just beating the shit out of each other without face shots, and the ring was pissy mattresses we found, but we had a blast.

    rowdy roddy....he had a movie, too, and I liked it, they live

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    Quote Originally Posted by 43m1garand View Post
    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.
    The one explosion the allies set off was the largest to date in human history until the atomic bomb in the 1940s. To this day, you can still see the crater.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMomma View Post
    The one explosion the allies set off was the largest to date in human history until the atomic bomb in the 1940s. To this day, you can still see the crater.
    I saw that in the movie. I bought All Quiet on the Western Front the 1929 version like you recommend. I will watch it this weekend.
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    So many good suggestions but never enough time to watch them.

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    Saw one I hadn’t seen in donkey’s years last night. “Fandango.” It’s about 5 dudes on a final road trip misadventure out in the desert in 1971 after having just graduated college, most of which are about to be drafted for Vietnam. Very obscure, kinda heartfelt comedy from the 80’s. Of note is a pretty hilarious skydiving scene. I’d forgotten how much I liked that movie.

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    Folks watch "the greatest game ever played" you will love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 43m1garand View Post
    I saw that in the movie. I bought All Quiet on the Western Front the 1929 version like you recommend. I will watch it this weekend.
    Its one of my favorites, and its easy to see why it was banned in Germany starting in the 1930s. I also recommend reading the book, which is slightly different from the 1929 movie.
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    Fandango! Love the chick in that movie. Hadn't seen it in years. Good call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashfaq Shah View Post
    Folks watch "the greatest game ever played" you will love it.
    This one?
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Gr...me_Ever_Played
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    Quote Originally Posted by 43m1garand View Post
    I saw that in the movie. I bought All Quiet on the Western Front the 1929 version like you recommend. I will watch it this weekend.
    Absolute classic.
    After that, you'll have to watch "Waterloo" from 1970.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0F5zEHVl3tE
    The attention to actual historical detail and the order of battle is flawless.
    The back story on the production alone is incredible. They used about 17,000 Soviet troops and a brigade of actual Cavalry as extras.
    No CGI, no boxed in small shots of formations, just sheer masses of actual people and explosions. The Soviet engineers even prepped the terrain to mirror that of Waterloo.
    Last edited by Thrasher; 08-29-2019 at 08:08 PM.
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