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Old 11-12-2010, 11:56 PM   #1
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I got some time to kill so I've been watching all the great movies I've never seen, like 300 and Forrest Gump. You guys know anything I should watch?

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The Shawshank Redemption and Catch me if you can.

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Last of the Mohicans 1992
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Bullit with Steve Mcqueen
Matrix ( only the first one for epicness )
The Count of Monte Cristo 2002 ( the original is good, but I liked the remake better )

Just a few of my deserted island DVDs I would need.....

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The Shawshank Redemption and Catch me if you can.
Shawshank yes. Definitely.
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If you haven't seen it, I recommend Compañeros. It is very similiar to The Mercenary/Revenge of a Gunfighter. May as well just get both and watch them.

Can't beat a good Spaghetti Western.

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The Godfather & the Godfather part 2

The Blues Brothers

The Outlaw Josie Wales

True Grit

The Shootist

Tombstone

Reservoir Dogs

Zombieland

Time Bandits

That's a start.

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Open Range
Tomb Stone
Wyatt Earp
The Unforgiven w. Clint Eastwood
ZombieLand
All of the Bourne movies
Con Air
Face Off
Rambo first blood

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Another great movie you may not have seen, check out Out of the Blue. A Dennis Hopper Classic.

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Last of the Mohicans 1992
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Bullit with Steve Mcqueen
Matrix ( only the first one for epicness )
The Count of Monte Cristo 2002 ( the original is good, but I liked the remake better )

Just a few of my deserted island DVDs I would need.....
Ditto everything Dillinger said and add:

Patton,
Saving Private Ryan,
U-571,
Shooter.
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Another film while I am at it is Freeway. Not a greatest of all time but a really good movie.

And of course there is also Natural Born Killers.

I am giving you hours of entertainment. Solid Gold.

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