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    Favorite Movies, What Are Your's?

    As the title states, what is some of your favorite movies you have seen? I have quite a few. The Godfather, Apocalypse Now, Shooter, Christine, Pet Sematary, Morgan, Top Gun, Platoon, The Great Santinie (sp), A Few Good Men, Men Of Honor, Flight Of The Intruder, Sniper, Source Code, etc. etc.
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    Demolition Man! A classic that never gets old!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalVendor View Post
    Demolition Man! A classic that never gets old!

    Yeah, I like that one as well! I also like most of Al Pacino's movies such as Devil's Advocate, Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon, and Scarface as well. I will also add in Wise Guys with Joe Peshi, Robert De Nero and other actors.
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    One of my favorite comedies is Liar Liar. That was back when Jim Carrey was good. “Stop breaking the law, a$$#@/€!”


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    History Of The World by Mel Brooks was another favorite and also Space Balls. Legion, I am Legend, Omega Man, and Pelham 123 were good as well.
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    #1.) My all time , best favorite movie , it has some wonderful actors , acting and cinematography is the 1953 movie Shane starring Alan Ladd .
    I've watched it many times and it never gets old .

    #2.) is the Creature From The Black Lagoon movies , the first in 1954 and the two sequels which were just as good !

    Those are my favorites .... along with Soylent Green , Psycho and The Birds !
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    “African Queen” Humphrey Bogart. “There was a bold fisherman who sailed out from Pimlico...”

    “High Noon” as well of course.


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    And he gone!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigchillin83 View Post
    And he gone!!!!!
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    Original Red Dawn

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