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GIMME SHELTER the documentary with a plot.

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I missed the concert (Thank God) but have been to some of the races there.

Hotter 'n hell there in summer.

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Here are some of mine:

Dazed & Confused

The Warriors

The Godfather Part I and II

Dumb and Dumber

Jeremiah Johnson

Rambo: First Blood

Cheech & Chong: Up In Smoke

Scarface

Friday

La Bamba

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Movies I still watch when on TV, even if I have them on DVD:

- Steel Magnolias

- Constant Gardener

- Amistad

- Shawshank Redemption

- Far And Away

- Legends Of The Fall

- Point Break

- Vertical Limit

- Quigley Down Under

- lots of classic thrillers: Conspiration Theory, The Net, Sleeping With The Enemy

- lots of classic SF: Gattaca, Minority Report, Matrix (I), 12 Monkeys, Total Recall

- the'40's - '60's musicals and Dysney classic cartoons

plus lots I forgot about

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Bump

Created a duplicate thread (my bad) might as well bring back the original one with all the posts.

Here are some of mine:

Dazed & Confused

The Warriors

The Godfather Part I and II

Dumb and Dumber

Jeremiah Johnson

Rambo: First Blood

Cheech & Chong: Up In Smoke

Scarface

Friday

La Bamba

You really cant get tired of Friday can ya?

Some of mine are:

Goodfellas

TSRTS

Pulp fiction

Fast Times at Ridgemont High

Sixteen Candles

Edward Scissorhands

Joe Dirt (I know its stupid, but it always works when I need a cheap laugh)

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:lol:

Also when he played Don Fanucci from Godfather Part 2.

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Holy crap. I almost said I didn't remember what you were talking about, and that's one of my favorite episode of all time!!!

"Dental plan, Lisa needs braces." That part always cracks me up. And the part where Lisa gets laughing gas and shes in Yellow Submarine.

The Simpsons is another thing I never get tired of watching. I have like 8 seasons on DVD, and they're always funny even if Ive watched the episode a million times. The older episodes that is.

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Star Wars

The Godfather

Forrest Gump

Apocalypse Now

Pulp Fiction

Reservoir Dogs

Back To The Future

The Breakfast Club

Dazed And Confused

Fast Times At Ridgemont High

Almost Famous

Raiders Of The Lost Ark

Clerks

2001: A Space Odyssey

Alien

Aliens

Predator

The Exorcist

The Shining

Lord Of The Rings

Taxi Driver

The Professional

Twelve Monkeys

A Clockwork Orange

And many more.

I had to post it on the original thread too. :)

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THE PLANET OF THE APES -- THE ORIGINAL VERSION !!

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I like the end of the remake where the craft crashes by the Whitehouse at the foot of a statue of APE Lincoln....Thought that was hillarious.

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I just read every post and I do not recall anyone mentioning, "Saturday Night Fever". Great movie and great soundtrack. Some may not like this movie because of the "Disco" element and soundtrack. I am a die-hard Led Zeppelin fan but even I can appreciate "Great" music when I hear it.

As with alot of you, I also never get tired of watching:

the Godfather(s)

Scarface

Goodfellas

Star Wars (all episodes)

Dazed and Confused

True Romance

Heat...

Instead of listing them all (I all already listed a couple above), I never get tired of watching the acting of Mr. Robert DeNiro and Mr. Al Pacino. Any movie that they star in or together as in Righteous Kill.

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To Kill A Mockingbird-My favorite movie of all time

The Usual Suspects

Dances With Wolves

300

Heat-anything with Pacino and/or DeNiro

Basic Instinct

Blow

Bottle Shock

Rush Hour

Friday

Steel Magnolias

The Big Chill

JFK

A Few Good Men

Gone In 60 Seconds

Gladiator

The Insider

Lord Of The Rings-All

Under The Tuscan Sun

Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil

Out Of Africa

Oceans 11,12,13

PS I Love You

Somethings Gotta Give

Shade

Two Moon Junction

When Harry Met Sally

Mildred Pearce- love Joan Crawford

The Last Samurai

Steetcar Named Desire

Fracture

Kramer verses Kramer

Presumed Innocent

Silence Of The Lambs

The Bear

Sabrina

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To Kill A Mockingbird-My favorite movie of all time

The Usual Suspects

Dances With Wolves

300

Heat-anything with Pacino and/or DeNiro

Basic Instinct

Blow

Bottle Shock

Rush Hour

Friday

Steel Magnolias

The Big Chill

JFK

A Few Good Men

Gone In 60 Seconds

Gladiator

The Insider

Lord Of The Rings-All

Under The Tuscan Sun

Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil

Out Of Africa

Oceans 11,12,13

PS I Love You

Somethings Gotta Give

Shade

Two Moon Junction

When Harry Met Sally

Mildred Pearce- love Joan Crawford

The Last Samurai

Steetcar Named Desire

Fracture

Kramer verses Kramer

Presumed Innocent

Silence Of The Lambs

The Bear

Sabrina

so, I take it that you don't like too many movies :D

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so, I take it that you don't like too many movies :D

LOL, other than music it's a great way to take time and forget all the crazy things and escape to another place. Definetly another pleasure activity for me. Great movie, bag of popcorn and I am a happy camper :)

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LOL, other than music it's a great way to take time and forget all the crazy things and escape to another place. Definetly another pleasure activity for me. Great movie, bag of popcorn and I am a happy camper :)

Cheers!

What used to require an evening out, now can just be popped into the old DVD player and seen over and over again! :D

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Cheers!

What used to require an evening out, now can just be popped into the old DVD player and seen over and over again! :D

Personally I think it's more fun to view a movie in a theater than at home. There's just something nice about the concept of "Dinner and a Movie," or even if you aren't going out to eat, to just sit in front of a massive screen with the lights out. I dont' know about ya'll, but I find it easier to immerse myself in a movie in a theater than I do viewing a movie at home.

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Personally I think it's more fun to view a movie in a theater than at home. There's just something nice about the concept of "Dinner and a Movie," or even if you aren't going out to eat, to just sit in front of a massive screen with the lights out. I dont' know about ya'll, but I find it easier to immerse myself in a movie in a theater than I do viewing a movie at home.

Can't do dinner and a movie anymore, id be snoring away 20 minutes in......got to do it the other way around ....stay hungry, stay awake....that is providing of course that the movie is'nt shite.

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