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    Dirty dancing. No matter how far on the film is if i flick the channels and find it its staying on
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    The Wanderers and The Warriors. Saw them in cinema, had them on VHS, got the DVDs and still watch them every time they're on (which is not often enough).

    The Warriors is certainly a top 5 best movie for me.

    few for me are

    Westworld
    Black Hawk Down
    The Day after Tomorrow (crap but seem to end up sticking with it)
    All the Bond Movies

    guilty pleasure but but not on very often Jack & Sarah

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    The Wanderers and The Warriors. Saw them in cinema, had them on VHS, got the DVDs and still watch them every time they're on (which is not often enough).
    Fantastic films 2 of my favourites. The wanderers probably just shades it for me.

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    I made the mistake of recording The Eagle has landed over Christmas, what a crock of ****! The terrible Larry Hagman acting and a young Jenny Agutter almost save it though. :-)
    Any film with Jenny Agutter will have me watching to the end

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    Fracture, with Anthony Hopkins. Was hooked from the go

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    Enemy Mine.

    I didnít see this till long time after it was released but if youíre a sci-if/space/alien nut like me and havenít seen/heard of it before Iíd recommend it.
    This film has cult status amongst German pacifists.

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    Con Air
    Fight Club
    Mickey Blue Eyes

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    Lord of the Rings, any of them. That said, for me the best kind of films to stumble across are the ones that require absolutely minimal cerebral effort. One of the later Harry Potters for example. Or Vertical Limit, or almost any trash that isn't a romcom or one of those ghastly late 90's "coming of age" movies set in American High Schools.
    You forget how good the LOTR movies were. Just settling down with junior to watch the two towers battle scene now.

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    The Dirty Dozen
    The Great Escape
    Kelly's Heroes
    Any On the Buses film
    Ghost
    Any spagheti Western
    True Grit (The original)
    Young Guns 1&2
    "If a player is not interfering with play or seeking to gain
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    The 39 steps (Robert Powell version) is on on Fri, tivo already set, I love it even though its not up to much, which sounds a bit odd.

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    The Dirty Dozen
    The Great Escape
    Kelly's Heroes
    Any On the Buses film
    Ghost
    Any spagheti Western
    True Grit (The original)
    Young Guns 1&2
    We share a few similar film tastes my scouse friend. Although noticing you pointing out it's the original True Grit you're referring to, I'd like to point out that the remake is also brilliant in it's own right.

    I realise you might not be disputing that and it's just that the original is one you always watch to the end.

    To be fair, I'm finding it hard now to distinguish my favourites from ones that should feature on this thread!

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    The Dirty Dozen
    The Great Escape
    Kelly's Heroes
    Any On the Buses film
    Ghost
    Any spagheti Western
    True Grit (The original)
    Young Guns 1&2
    Take on the buses out of that list and add in Escape to Victory and Im with you. My ringtone is the Great escape. Westerns always make me watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    The 39 steps (Robert Powell version) is on on Fri, tivo already set, I love it even though its not up to much, which sounds a bit odd.
    Much prefer the original. That along with my guilty secret Goodbye Mr Chips is another I'd watch as often as I can.

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    Planet ofthe apes (original)
    Most old B&W films especially White Heat

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    Withnail and I. A mate lent it to me on video way back in the day, I'd never heard of it. Now I watch it at least once a year.

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    Reading through this thread jogs my memory. Con Air and Double Jeapardy are two that I have came across randomly when they've been on tv. Bird on a Wire is another good one I saw recently having never heard of it.

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    The man from Earth.

    Watched it the other night and thought it was fantastic .
    No Eternal Reward Shall Forgive Us Now For Wasting The Dawn

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    The Castle.

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    The Castle.

    Whoever showed you that one, "tell him he's dreamin'!!" Classic!

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    A few good men usually hold my attention when itís on

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    A few good men usually hold my attention when itís on
    When what's on? And do you have them there all the time, just in case?
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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    When what's on? And do you have them there all the time, just in case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mibbes Aye View Post
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    This isnít about your favourite films, itís about the ones you stumble across on any given night and once you start watching, you know youíll be in to the end.

    You maybe werenít looking out for it but when you are scrolling through the EPG you find itís on and itís an automatic press of the ĎSelectí button.

    Was hit with a double whammy tonight.

    The Deerhunter and A Few Good Men. The latter is more so for the closing scene with Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise in the courtroom, the first is sheer quality through and through.

    Other films that draw me in, every time, regardless of how many viewings are The Shining, The Godfather II, Goodfellas And Panís Labyrinth.

    Any others?
    Deehunterís a great movie. I watched it at 5am with a group of friends arter an all night dinking a video session and was gripped.

    I ended up stumbling across The Terminator and really enjoying it.

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    Withnail and I. A mate lent it to me on video way back in the day, I'd never heard of it. Now I watch it at least once a year.
    Iíve kept tryi g with that one and canít get past the first 15minutes.

    Itís pretty popular, though.

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    Planet ofthe apes (original)

    Yes, yes, yes!

    Escape from Planet of the Apes is pretty good as well if rather low budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geo_1875 View Post
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    Much prefer the original. That along with my guilty secret Goodbye Mr Chips is another I'd watch as often as I can.
    The Robert Donnat versions good old b&w stuff. The remake with Martin Clunes is good as well.

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    Forest Gump. A Clockwork Orange.

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    Right out of left field:-

    The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

    Jazz opera from the 1960s in French. Catherine Deneuvreís breakthought film and one of my absolute favourite films. If you liked La La Land, this was one of its inspirations.

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    Oceans Eleven

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    The Hangover movies.

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