Greatest Movies of all time?

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Ploofy, Nov 12, 2010.

  1. Ploofy

    Ploofy New Member

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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?
     
  2. Squirrel_Slayer

    Squirrel_Slayer New Member

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    The Shawshank Redemption and Catch me if you can.
     

  3. Dillinger

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    Last of the Mohicans 1992
    Avatar
    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.....
     
  4. Dillinger

    Dillinger New Member

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    Shawshank yes. Definitely.
     
  5. Shihan

    Shihan Active Member Lifetime Supporter

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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. ;)
     
  7. jca1

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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
     
  8. Shihan

    Shihan Active Member Lifetime Supporter

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

    General_lee New Member

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    Ditto everything Dillinger said and add:

    Patton,
    Saving Private Ryan,
    U-571,
    Shooter.
     
  10. Shihan

    Shihan Active Member Lifetime Supporter

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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.:D
     
  11. RugerShootinGal

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    American History X is a fabulous movie if you have not seen it yet!! An Officer and a Gentleman is a great movie also. There is a couple if you haven't seen them they are worth watching IMO!!:)
     
  12. M14sRock

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    I don't see a whole lot of movies, but along with the ones mentioned above I liked True Romance, True Lies, Blade Runner, Dawn of The Dead, Night of the Living Dead, La Femme Nikita (French with subtitles), Rio Hondo, Big Jake, The Green Berets and probably a few more that I'm forgetting.
     
  13. skullcrusher

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    Apocalypse Now

    Animal House (funniest movie of all time)

    Pulp Fiction

    I agree that American History X is a good movie, but definately NOT a "feel-good" movie.

    Wild Things

    The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

    The Replacements
     
  14. AusLach

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    Ali

    The Dark Knight

    Fight Club

    Ice Age (I can't explain it, but I giggle like a schoolgirl at this movie :eek:)
     
  15. freefall

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    Once Upon A Time In The West. Henry Fonda is the bad guy, Charles Bronson is the good guy. Need I say more? Dirty Harry. Valdez Is Coming. The Mountain Men. Joe Kidd. McCabe and Mrs. Miller. Kelly's Heros. Man I could go on for hours, but I have an airport run at 3 AM. The first scene of Once Upon A Time is the best 5 minutes of western you'll ever see.
     
  16. M14sRock

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    Did I miss "Black Hawk Down"?
     
  17. dunerunner

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    The short list of movies I can watch over and over again

    The Outlaw Josie Wales
    Silverado
    The Mountain Men (a classic)
    Bullit
    Tombstone (Kurt Russel and Val Kilmer)
    The Cowboys
    Big Jake
    The Trap
    Big Trouble in Little China (OK, not great, but one of my faves)
     
  18. doctherock

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    I have 400 different movie titles, too many to list. However, you must watch Mel Brooks, History of the World Part 1. Funny as hell.
     
  19. kyleytxrialover

    kyleytxrialover New Member

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    thief
    yellowbeard
    300
    from dusk till dawn
    hamburger hill
    vice squad
    any DUKE MOVIE
    guns of navarone
    stromship troopers(a rumble in the jungle)
    last man standing
    bounty hunter
    the gods must be crazy
     
  20. kyleytxrialover

    kyleytxrialover New Member

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    forgot that one good call on all those:cool: