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    A few good men
    the rock (the film rather than the actor)
    blues brothers
    Any Indiana Jones (original trilogy anyway) but especially last crusade
    apollo 13
    Jurassic parks/worlds
    terminator 2
    the mission impossibles
    several bond films
    the firm
    hunt for red october
    the martian
    Trading places
    backdraft
    flash gordon
    back to the future trilogy
    draft day


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    Quote Originally Posted by McD View Post
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    A few good men
    the rock (the film rather than the actor)
    blues brothers
    Any Indiana Jones (original trilogy anyway) but especially last crusade
    apollo 13
    Jurassic parks/worlds
    terminator 2
    the mission impossibles
    several bond films
    the firm
    hunt for red october
    the martian
    Trading places
    backdraft
    flash gordon
    back to the future trilogy
    draft day
    Great Scot! How did I manage to miss the first two Back To The Futures From My List.

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    Where Eagles Dare
    Cinema Paradiso
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    Lock Stock
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    Where Eagles Dare
    Braveheart

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    Groundhog day........
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    Apollo 13
    I.D.
    Dodgeball
    Full Metal Jacket
    Speed
    Leon
    Star Wars episodes 4,5,6
    The Usual Suspects

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    Any Jason Bourne film

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    Where Eagles Dare
    Cinema Paradiso
    Cinema Paradiso is an incredible film.

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    Most spaghetti westerns, but particularly the Dollars trilogy
    The Godfather 1 and 2
    The Departed
    LA Confidential
    Local Hero
    The Eagle has Landed (only because it was filmed just up the road from me)

    Going back a bit - The Ladykillers.

    Going back even further - virtually anything with Buster Keaton in it. The man was a comic genius.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AltheHibby View Post
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    Cinema Paradiso is an incredible film.
    It's a great film no argument there. Not sure it's one to watch again and again for me though.

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    Watched American Sniper again last night, the end bit always brings a tear to my eyes.

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    Most Bond Films
    top Gun
    Duel
    Layer Cake
    The Warriors (popular choice!)
    Saving Private Ryan
    True Romance
    Lord Of The Rings x3
    Collateral
    Tombstone
    Fight Club
    Stand By Me
    Hangover x3
    Judgement Night
    Black Hawk Down

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    Most Bond Films
    top Gun
    Duel
    Layer Cake
    The Warriors (popular choice!)
    Saving Private Ryan
    True Romance
    Lord Of The Rings x3
    Collateral
    Tombstone
    Fight Club
    Stand By Me
    Hangover x3
    Judgement Night
    Black Hawk Down
    Forgot about this. I would add that to my list along with Pearl Harbour (more for the special effects than the lurv story included) and a League of Their Own because the scene with Tom Hanks when he is drunk and gets on the coach with the baseball team is hilarious.

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    Watched American Sniper again last night, the end bit always brings a tear to my eyes.
    The first time I watched it I was nearly in tears at the end and was a genuine wow, WTF moment, couldn't believe what happened. The home movie/video recorded stuff breaks your heart. The shock of it has gone now though when I watch it so doesn't effect me as much.

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    Lots already listed,

    Rogue One

    Avengers/ Ultron/ Civil War/ Infinity War/ Endgame

    The Train, Burt Lancaster.

    Ice Cold in Alice

    Restless Natives


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    Love Batman Movies
    The Good The Bad the Ugly (or any spaghetti western of that time)
    Momento Man
    Pulp Fiction
    The revenant (beatifully shot)
    The Snowman (big Joe Lesbo fan)
    Carry on Screamin
    Old 1930s horror Bela Lagosi and Boris Karloff
    Musical Chicago

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    Lucy.
    Close Encounters
    Event Horizon
    Jaws ( the first one)

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    All of the Spaghetti Westerns
    True Grit (The original)
    Ghost
    Roadhouse
    Dirty Dancing
    The Great Escape

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    Shawshank Redemption
    Goodfellas
    The Silence of The Lambs
    Deliverance
    All Die Hard Films
    The Warriors
    For a Few Dollars More
    007 films, Live and let Die/Casino Royale/Skyfall/Spectre
    It’s mental that your top two are the ones I used to quote as my favourite films, and the one you chose from the dollars trilogy, is probably the least famous and also my favourite from the three! Oh and you missed out ‘quantum of solace’ which I thought was awful :)

    Also think it’s strange how many of the relatively small selection on this thread are among my favourites too. Combination of the best films being the ones you tend to rewatch and clearly a lot of selections inspired by previous posts!

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    12 Monkeys
    all Lord of the Rings
    Escape from New York
    Fright Night
    Hard Boiled
    Super 8
    Godfather 1 & 2
    The Thing
    Spinal Tap
    Tropic Thunder
    Zulu
    Aliens
    Stepbrothers
    Dawn of The Dead (the original)

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    Not politically correct these days, but blazing saddles is just soooooo funny, and i watch it whenever it's on.

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    I've seen Grease, Mama Mia, Blues Brothers and The Good The Bad and the Ugly so many times.

    And would watch again tomorrow if they were on.

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    Pulp Fiction
    From Dusk till Dawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpoolhibs View Post
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    Not politically correct these days, but blazing saddles is just soooooo funny, and i watch it whenever it's on.
    Never miss it if its on That The Producers and Young Frankenstein.

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    Big Lebowski for me. Never get bored of watching it.

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    The Last of the Mohicans.
    Less talk, more gifs. 21.05.16


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    Once upon a time in America

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    Aw man, where to start with this - there’s loads!

    Airplane! (And 2)
    Naked Gun
    South Park
    Star Wars (more or less any of them after the prequels)
    Indiana Jones
    Goonies
    Back to the Future
    Die Hard
    The Usual Suspects
    Shawshank Redemption
    The Bourne films
    Stand By Me
    Avengers stuff (associated films)
    American History X
    Fight Club
    Dark Knight movies
    Mallrats
    Silence of the Lambs
    Jurassic Park
    Goodfellas

    This list could go on…

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    Trying to think of some that are bit less obvious.

    Rita Sue and Bob Too
    Clash of the Titans (original Harryhausen one)
    Ptang Yang Kipperbang
    Zoltan Hound of Dracula

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpoolhibs View Post
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    Not politically correct these days, but blazing saddles is just soooooo funny, and i watch it whenever it's on.
    Used to watch that as a kid with my dad and wonder why he was killing himself laughing so much, always watch at least a bit of it if I catch it on a great film

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