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Classic Movies


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alright, list em. I'm compiling a list of movies I have to see, and you'd be surprised how many key movies I still haven't seen!!!!

so, what are some classics- new AND old!?



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Mr. T's Be Somebody or Be Somebody's Fool
Petey Wheatstraw: The Devil's Son-in-Law
Joe vs. The Volcano
Naked Gun I, II, 33 1/3
Reqiuem for a Dream
One flew over the cuckoo's Nest
Leprechaun 2

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Sound Of Music
West Side Story
South Pacific
White Christmas


To Kill A Mockingbird
Chariots Of Fire


The Four Minute Mile
Hoop Dreams

The Great Escape
Saving Private Ryan
Schindler's List

Top Secret
Ferris Beuller's Day Off

Fast Times At Ridgemont High
Adventures In Babysitting
The Breakfast Club

Evil Dynovac

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Watched Lawerence of Arabia last week, which is a beautifully shot, well-written epic with tons of homoerotic undertones and not a single female character in the whole three and a half hour movie.

Watch Glen Gary Glenross last night. It's like Death of a Salesman on meth, a theatre piece with some amazing dialogue and unbelievable acting.

Requiem for a Dream is still haunting my sleep. I've seen it twice this month and will probably watch it again sometime this week. Count the number of times you see turntables in that flick.

Those guys are down.



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Bridge over the River Kawi
Apocalypse Now
Blade Runner
Fight Club
Trading Places
Bridge too Far
48 Hours
Farewell to the King

Just to name a few
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Planet of the Apes (original)

Dr. Strangelove: or How I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb.

Pee-wee's Big Adventure


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My Recommendations

Citizen Kane (Orson Welles)
Amadeus (F. Murray Abraham)
Roman Holiday (Audrey Hepburn)
Breakfast At Tiffany's (Audrey Hepburn)
The Lion In Winter (Peter O'Toole)
The Bridge Over The River Kwai (Sir Alec Guiness)
Fall Of The Roman Empire (Alec Guiness)
El Cid (Charlton Heston)
Ben-Hur (Charlton Heston)
Lawrence Of Arabia (Peter O'Toole)
Mutiny On The Bounty (Clark Gable)
From Here To Eternity (Burt Lacaster, Deborah Kerr)
All Quiet On The Western Front (Lewis Milestone)
Casablanca (Humphrey Boggart)
The Magnificent Ambersons (Orson Welles)
The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly (Clint Eastwood)
Hang 'Em High (Clint Eastwood)
The Wild Bunch (William Holden)
Giant (Rock Hudson, Elizabeth Taylor)
Easy Rider (Peter Fonda, Jack Nicholson)
Rebel Without A Cause (James Dean)
American Graffiti (Harrison Ford)
An American In Paris (Fred Astaire)
Dr.No (Sean Connery)
Thunderball (Sean Connery)
Goldfinger (Sean Connery)
The Man Who Would Be King (Sean Connery)
Quo Vadis (Peter Ustinov)
Restoration (Robert Downey Jr.)
Wonder Boys (Robert Downey Jr.)
Dr. Strangelove (Stanley Kubrick)
A Clockwork Orange (Kubrick)
Dr. Zhivago (Kubrick)
Barry Lindon (Stanley Kubrick)
Gone With The Wind (Clark Gable)
Singin In The Rain (Fred Astaire)
The African Queen (Humphrey Boggart, Kathrine Hepburn)
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (Jack Nicholson)
The Maltese Flacon (Humphrey Boggart)
Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (James Stewart)
Annie Hall (Woody Allen)
Manhattan (Woody Allen)
The Best Years Of Our Lives (Fredric March)
A Place In The Sun (Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor)
Fear & Loathing In Las Vegas (Johnny Depp)
Blade Runner (Harrison Ford)
Cleopatra (Elizabeth Taylor)
Shakespeare In Love (Gwyneth Paltrow)
Henry V (Kenneth Branaugh)
Spartacus (Kirk Douglas)
The Robe (Richard Burton, Victor Mature)
Great Expectaions (Gwyneth Paltrow)
Empire Of The Sun (Spielberg)
Quills (Geoffery Rush)
Darby O'Gill & The Little People (Sean Connery) <--pure jokes!
Touch Of Evil (Orson Welles, Charlton Heston)
The Egyptian (Victor Mature)
Name Of The Rose (Sean Connery)

These are some of my favourite movies, all for different reasons, they are powerful, alluring, exciting, and well done. Also, I find that many of these, especially those made before 1970 are films that many people our age haven't seen or even heard of......Enjoy! =)



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Indiana jane and the temple of poom
planes trains and automobiles
summer rental
tommy boy
black sheep
monty python and the holy grail
the jerk

I can go on and on(not a movie just a statement)

shawn<----loves comedies the most


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Oh Gosh, I saw a bootleg copy of Alig G's new flick this weekend, "ALI G INDAHOUSE." It is too damn funny!!!!! Pure jokes!!!!

But I think a movie's worth should be based on how it stands up with time. "Dr. Strangelove" is a perfect example of a comedy that just gets funnier every time i see it :D

And I dont think Ill be ranting bout Ali's one liners and getting jerked off by his dog 'Tu Pac' in 5 years ;)
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Oh yeah, you guys picked some excellent ones that I totally forgot! Great picks! =)

South Pacific (John Kerr)
The Great Escape (Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson)
The Hill (Sena Connery)
A Bridge Too Far (Sean Conner)
Farewell To The King (Nick Nolte)<--incredible & rare soundtrack)
Cimarron (Irene Dunne, Richard Dix)

Of Course, lists like these depend on your ability to sit still and watch the long-slow-paced classics......it's not for everyone I guess......

P.S. I should have put 'The Bridge ON THE River Kwai' instead of 'OVER THE' =)



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Tommy: You don't like Dr.Zhivago??? I am a sucker for historical epics, but it is rather depressing... =) what don't you like about it??? =)



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Oh really? Wow, I was so convinced it was Kubrick.....my bad.....I wonder why the hell I thought that.......

anyway, thanx for the info....

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12 Angry Men (The original one)
Wizard Of Oz (Never has a larger collection of midgets been on film outside of the porn industry)


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Dances with Wolves (probably the BEST Kevin Costner movie)
Immortal Beloved
Octopussy -I'm a sucka for James Bond..

Peace & love. D

Klubmasta Will

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Re: My Recommendations

Originally posted by ~soulheaven~
Wonder Boys (Robert Downey Jr.)
Singin In The Rain (Fred Astaire)

in addition to silver1's astute observation, robert downey jr. had only a bit part in WONDER BOYS and SINGIN' IN THE RAIN starred gene kelly, not fred astaire.

please turn in your movie historian club membership now. :p


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haha! I KNEW you would get me on some of those WILL!!! But not bad ratio off the top of my head! =)

For the record though, Robert Downey Jr.'s part in Wonder Boys in MUCH more than a bit one. While Michael Douglas is certainly the lead, I love Downey as the literary agent Crabtree....that is why I put him, but he was a prominent supporting actor. Of course I'm not a big Francis McDormand fan so I didn't mention her.... ;-)

What are your favs Will?? =)

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Re: Re: My Recommendations

Originally posted by Klubmasta Will

in addition to silver1's astute observation, robert downey jr. had only a bit part in WONDER BOYS and SINGIN' IN THE RAIN starred gene kelly, not fred astaire.
Gene Who??? I always thought it was the guy from 'Clockwork' soaking in the tub??????!!! :D


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Dog Day Afternoon
The Shining
Godfather I & II
The Professional
the Deer Hunter
Requiem for a Dream
A Clockwork Orange
Life is Beautiful
the Star Wars Trilogy
A Man For All Seasons

Newer Ones Gonna Be Classics: Moulin Rouge, A.I, and imo Life as a House

j bunny 2000

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The graduate
The godfather (well # 2)
Citizen Kane
Breathless(fr film)
Gone with the Wind (cause i'm a romantic)

A few of my favs!!



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Neverending Story! Can't believe it hasn't been named yet!
Shawshank Redemption
Happy Gilmore. <----classic Sandler.


The Watcher

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K... see all of these and then we'll talk

Faris Bueler's Day off
The Postman
The Green Mile
The 5th Element
Usual Suspects
Monster Squad
American Beauty
The Beach
Boiler Room
Gone in 60 Seconds
The Crow
Fight Club
Human Traffic


There's tonz more, I just dont remember them

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