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Thread: Classic old film's you enjoy
04-02-2023 05:49 AM #31
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05-02-2023 08:47 AM #34
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05-02-2023 10:54 AM #35
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06-02-2023 09:49 AM #37
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Live and let die
06-02-2023 10:52 AM #38
The Killing Fields
The Deer Hunter
07-02-2023 01:14 PM #39
Starman with Jeff Bridges, best sci-fi film ever!
08-02-2023 12:43 AM #40
The Killing Fields affected me for literally years.Buy nothing online unless you check for free cashback here first. I've already earned £2,389.68!
08-02-2023 11:37 AM #41
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I actually thought I preferred Ďfirst they killed my fatherí (subtitles and directed by Angelina Jolie I think). Having seen the killing fields a second time Iím maybe not so sure - both really good films.
11-02-2023 01:08 AM #42
The long good Friday, remastered.
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11-02-2023 01:25 PM #44
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12-02-2023 06:49 PM #46
Probably has the most atmospheric music of any sci-film and is also quite an emotional experience.
13-02-2023 06:14 PM #47
I can't bring myself to classify anything from the 1970s as 'old' nor maybe even the end of the 1960s (therefore excluding 'Where Eagles Dare' which remains insanely good despite having seen it countless times)
These are some I really enjoyed and have re-watched or would keep re-watching
Touch of Evil,
Lawrence of Arabia,
the classic Oliviers - Wuthering Heights, Rebecca. Henry V, Hamlet, Richard III,
some of the Akira Kurosawas - Seven Samurai, Throne of Blood, Rashomon, Yojimbo, The Hidden Fortress
The Kurosawa films were a revelation the first time I saw them because they so obviously spawned Western remakes galore, including some familiar all-time classics,
The 39 Steps (1935 release) - just a fast-paced rollicking thriller,
and West Side Story. The recent remake was decent but the original trumps it in every regard.There's only one thing better than a Hibs calendar and that's two Hibs calendars
15-02-2023 09:24 AM #48
My go to film is Casablanca and maybe the African Queen.
Also a big fan of the old WW2 black and white classics.TOP CASH BACK
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