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  • Why has it been so long since I saw this?

    Must watch it again.

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    I’d quite like to watch the Lord of the Rings again, but it just seems too long to ever be convenient to watch….

    deadlydarcy
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    @ O’Flashearty

    Was only talking about it with friends last weekend.

    Absolutely cracking soundtrack. Barber’s Adagio plays as that scene on the cover is happening. Tracks of My Tears, Okie From Muskogee, Respect, Groovin’

    Great film.

    wallace1492
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    Just watched The Long Good Friday, brilliant film. Bit dated but still great…..

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    Not seen this for yonks – really got a yearning to watch it again after seeing The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover again a couple of weeks ago, which was even better than I remember it being originally.

    This never comes on the telly these days….

    And this seems to be the rarest of the Ealing ghost stories:

    But definitely one of the best.

    And this, along with all of the above, was thrown away in the great VHS purge of 2012.
    Shame really.

    craigxxl
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    Green Mile and flame me all you want but Stardust

    bloodynora
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    The Long Good Friday, good shout. Brilliant ending and soundtrack. Haven’t seen it in years, must watch it again sometime. One I’ve not seen since I saw it at the flicks was Salvador with James Woods, was impressed at the time but not sure if its as good as I remember!

    piemonster
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    Stardust is a top fun film

    Ferris Bueller for the obvious reason

    athgray
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    Robocop
    The Hill
    All the Presidents Men
    Honey I Shrunk the Kids

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    One I’ve not seen since I saw it at the flicks was Salvador with James Woods, was impressed at the time but not sure if its as good as I remember!

    It’s the one decent film Oliver Stone ever made. ๐Ÿ˜€
    God, I hate Platoon – genuinely one of the least enjoyable films I’ve ever seen.
    S’all subjective though, isn’t it? There is no right or wrong.

    Apart from Aliens of course.
    Which is awful. ๐Ÿ˜€

    rossi46
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    I revisit these films quite often- love em ๐Ÿ˜€

    And i can never get bored of:

    “We’ve got a Kojak with a Kodak……” ๐Ÿ˜†

    MrSparkle
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    Repo man, please.

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    Two great car chase movies

    Pigface
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    Its come to my attention that you are not paying attention to the way you space the cans

    teasel
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    I’ve gotta say – there are some awful films above. I’d forgotten all about those shitty Burt Reynolds films and now they’re fresh in my memory as if I’d watched them yesterday.

    Momento – I think I watched it recently…not sure.

    wallace1492
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    Silent Running, well done that man…… superb film.

    Restless Natives
    Moby Dick
    Spartacus
    Easy Rider
    The Boys From Brazil

    andyl
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    have the box but the DVD is missing ๐Ÿ™

    fenred
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    Bregante has my taste In his selection, that said I’m just about to press play on Sexy Beast….’Kin awesome!!

    WackoAK
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    I’m just about to press play on Sexy Beast….’Kin awesome!!

    You c***

    deadlydarcy
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    Good shout on NBK Breggie. “Sweet Jane” covered by The Cowboy Junkies. Great film.

    fenred
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    I’m just about to press play on Sexy Beast….’Kin awesome!!
    You c***

    No! No, no, no….no, no, no, no, no! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    Seeing as Richard Griffiths passed away today it would have to be Withnail and I but certainly not with the Mrs.

    avdave2
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    Just watched The Long Good Friday, brilliant film. Bit dated but still great….

    I watched it a couple of days ago, brilliant, loved the bits where they are laughing at the idea of the Olympics being held in London.

    Silent running is another good call, along with all those 1950’s and 60’s sci fi movies, The Day The Earth Stood Still, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Them and The Village of the Damned.

    Oh and Carry on Screaming

    johndoh
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    Warriors.

    LA Confidential.

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    I thought Sexy Beast was shite. Those two play the same characters in every single film they appear in.

    mefty
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    There are a lot of good films on this list – but I have to say the most ecletically brilliant is athgray’s. I would agree that Salvador is Stone’s best movie, but I like Platoon. Having said that my critical faculties desert me when I watch either a war movie or a sports one – so Slap Shot tonight.

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    I really want to watch Shallow Grave again.

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    Good call on Restless Natives.

    Hero
    Excalibur
    Dark City
    A Company of Wolves
    A Life Less Ordinary

    Thought about this last night and ended up watching….

    Leon

    hels
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    I watched Event Horizon again last night after a thread on here. Still good !

    Didn’t know Sapphire and Steel was out on DVD, that scared me senseless when I was a kid (on the 10 years later re-runs on kiwi TV of course)

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