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Old 08-10-2013, 04:44 PM   #151
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Another couple of films that I thought were very good :

" The Missouri Breaks " Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson and a very funny movie to me,

" Going South " with Nicholson, John Belushi, and a cast of many sitcom actors that did a good job out of their element.

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Another couple of films that I thought were very good :

" The Missouri Breaks " Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson and a very funny movie to me,

" Going South " with Nicholson, John Belushi, and a cast of many sitcom actors that did a good job out of their element.
I would agree! Two Great Actors but way to naturally humors to be in any "shoot em up " movie!!
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True Grit

Quigley down under

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True Grit

Quigley down under
Yep, both versions of True Grit, but the original is the better of the two.

The Man From Snowy River 1 & 2 are also worthy of look see.
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Yep, both versions of True Grit, but the original is the better of the two.
I like the original, but I really enjoyed

the rendition of "Everlasting Arm" at the

end of the new one.
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Open Range was good movie. it had a good storyline and plot. good acting by everyone. some good action scenes too.
I enjoyed it also. Even though Costner was shooting one of those high capacity extended re-loading 6 shooters. If memory serves me right at the opening gun battle he got 18 rounds off with his pistol before reloading.
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Yep, both versions of True Grit, but the original is the better of the two.

The Man From Snowy River 1 & 2 are also worthy of look see.
I did not like the remake of True Grit.

Totally agree on Man From Snowy River. Great movies.
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Worth a mention
A Man Called Horse and sequel Return of A Man Called Horse
Little Big Man
CHISUM
Big Jake
Rio Lobo
Rio Bravo
The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean
The Shootist
Tom Horn
The Magnificent Seven

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Lonely are the Brave with Kirk Douglas.
Now there was a tough movie to get through!
Excellent - but a tear jerker.
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Of all the great westerns, I like Lonesome Dove and Return to Lonesome Dove better than all the rest.

Lonesome Dove was a powerful movie. Many good actors. Robert Duval was superb. Tommy Lee Jones, Diane Lane ... bunch of good ones. Excellent movie!
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