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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Ghostdriver, Dec 21, 2020.
I was told today we are watching Marvel movies over Christmas. So, by default, those.
OH! And one off my list:
Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.
Watched Waking Ned Devine last night for the second time. Excellent movie. Filmed on the Isle of Man but supposed to be in Ireland. Watched it for the first time several years ago.
The Third Man. (1949) Best closing scene ever. Perhaps the best movie you've never seen?
The man from nowhere (Korean), bit on the ultra violent side, but the baddies get their ‘just deserts’ climax fight scene pure poetry...
Dragon eyes, low key van damme stuff
il mare, the Korean original version of the lake house
journeys end... ww1
I am probably only remembering half of my most watched movies, but I've seen each of these at least 15 times.
Godfather I & II
Cool Hand Luke
Witness for the Prosecution
Do the Right Thing
2001, a Space Odyssey
ETA - How could I forget the Christmas movies!
It's a Wonderful Life
A Christmas Story
Star Wars V & VI
Back to the Future 1 & 2
At least 50% of the Bonds
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid
The Outlaw Josie Wales
Terminator I and II
Star Wars 1977, Empire Strikes Back
Only the Heath Ledger scenes in Batman
I could pick films from almost every list posted......only ones not yet mentioned....
Comfort and Joy
That'll Be The Day.....and its sequel Stardust
almost anything by Hitchcock
Eye of the Needle
and, with still dozens unmentioned.....A Hard Day's Night
The Loved One - from the '60s.
I am really old school.....The Thin Man....all 6 movies....Footlight Parade....Dames....42nd Street....I record everything on TCM.....
This thread needs more Orson......
The Court Jester
The American President
No Time For Sergeants
Beverly Hills Cop
5 Card Stud
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
The Golden Child
Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison
Die Hard 1,2
Jursassic Park 1
Karate Kid 1
The Enemy Below
The Bedford Incident
Bridges of Toko-Ri
American Graffiti 1 and 2
West Side Story
The Longest Day
Godzilla (Raymond Burr version)
It’s a Wonderful Life