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  • razorrazoo
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    “you’re so cool”

    If this went over your head you should be ashamed to call yourself a True Romance fan

    And so the penny drops, to be fair I’ve not seen it for some time, mrs razoo is out tonight too and it looks like I’ll be rushing through my tubeless conversion before settling down on the sofa with a beer and a pizza to re-educate myself.

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    Great shout. In fact, a Kurt Russell marathon would be good.

    That’s what Jack Burton always says.

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    Mrs razoo is out tonight too and it looks like I’ll be rushing through my tubeless conversion

    grum
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    White House Down is miles better than Olympus Has Fallen. It’s not a complete spoof but doesn’t take itself half as seriously. Top mindless action film IMO.

    number18
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    Of the above suggetions I’d go for Taxi Driver or The Deer Hunter.

    On a similar recent occasion I watched Seven Samurai, unbelievable film, especially given that it was made in 1954. AT 3hrs 27mins though it’s a long ‘un!

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    Batman: Under The Red Hood.

    Macho TailDrop.

    willard
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    Great shout. In fact, a Kurt Russell marathon would be good.

    How could I have forgotten to recommend “Big Trouble in Little China”? That’s just classic cinema in a single sitting.

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    Day of the Jackal, as above.

    S’got guns, posh French tottage and an Alfa.

    razorrazoo
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    @Cougar – I will not be involving Mrs Gimlet.

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    The Departed +1
    Battle Royale +1
    U-Turn
    Oldboy

    _tom_
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    The Raid. It’s like Dredd but better in every single way.

    enfht
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    No Country For Old Men.

    Paul or Ted. No need to feel guilty laughing out loud at all the bits you know you will get a “stare” over. Of the two Paul is by far the funnier.

    Agree with the Whitehouse is down being better than Olympus has fallen. Neither is a good shout if you have little ones asleep upstairs and want the volume up a bit.

    bencooper
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    Ronin – possibly the best car chases ever.

    Mintman
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    Soul Plane or Hot Tub Time Machine for me.

    Heat.

    A much overlooked cops-n-robbers movie from the 90s – DeNiro, Pacino and directed by Michael Mann.

    [Edit] rene59 beat me to it 😕

    allthepies
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    Yes I know it’s a Tom Cruise film but I quite like Collateral.

    Hadge
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    Heat – De Niro and Pacino both at the same time. Sorted.

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    I’ve got the wolf of wall street lined up for my night in on my own.

    was going to suggest this until you mentioned your son may walk in – avoid!

    mrblobby
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    Aliens vs Predator for a proper bloke film 🙂

    Or The Untouchables, love that film.

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    Having recommended Olympus Has Fallen I now find myself home alone tonight as well!! 3 more days of free Netflix trial should sort that…

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    Sightseers – dark comedy
    City of god

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    Update.

    Went for Thunderball.

    Was asleep before the Vulcan hit the water. 😕

    mikey74
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    +1 for True Romance. Another underrated Christian Slater movie – Very Bad Things. Cameron Diaz at her finest too. Very dark comedy, bloody hilarious

    Very Bad Things has to be one of the most unpleasant films I have ever had the displeasure of watching. There is nothing redeemable about it whatsoever, other than looking at Diaz.

    I usually like that sort of film, but not that one.

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    We’ve got Dead Man’s Shoes for tonight. It came highly recommended.

    Typically late to the party, but for me it has to be Get Carter.

    [video]http://youtu.be/jIXYM5C9YCQ[/video]

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    Bourne-a-thon? Not including the fourth one, obviously.

    drlex
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    Bloke movie? Shirley anything from the canon of work by Jason Statham ought to do it.
    Otherwise, I’d be pulling out Kelly’s Heroes, Where Eagles Dare or Guns of Navarone.
    pew-pew-pew!

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    No one mention “The Italian Job”? Top car chase on one of the cable / satellite free channels.

    gordimhor
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    Mean Streets. Scorsese De Niro Keitel[video]http://youtu.be/GAQZzfwQGHQ[/video]

    MrSmith
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    Anything with Faye Reagan or Stoya in.
    Don’t know if they did any ‘art movies’ together but that would probably be worth watching.

    revs1972
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    Rambo First Blood
    (After that they just got plain silly)

    Heat,
    The gun fight in the street – first film we watched when the old man got a big plasma with surround sound. Stood in the middle of the room with the sound whacked right up, you could hear the empty bullet cases hitting the floor just behind you. Only ruined by my mother storming in telling us it was too loud !

    gwaelod
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    [video]http://youtu.be/TtUw_JnmYQ0?t=2m[/video]

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    Das boot has to be the best atmospheric film I have seen to date, and also rather good in it’s own right, but based on a boys own night in I have just watched Statham in Humming bird, I thoroughly enjoyed it too!

    lazybike
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    Just watched Snowpiecer, pretty good.

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    Oh, Cypher’s ace.

    Cube is a great little movie, too. Same Director.

    allthepies
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    Layer cake

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    Bad Grandpa funniest film I’ve seen in a while.

    gogg
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    A Bridge too Far, The Longest Day, Where Eagles Dare, Saving Private Ryan, We Were Soldiers, Full Metal Jacket, Platoon

    Die Hard (1-3), Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Jackie Brown, The Departed, Goodfellas, Casino, Copland, Ronin, Leon

    Predator 1 & 2, Alien, Aliens, Excalibur, Terminator, The Fifth Element, Watchmen, Dark Knight parts 1-3, Inception, 12 Monkeys

    That’s a weekend worth of quality viewing

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