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  • Originally posted by R. Evans View Post
    I'd recommend it. It's not how the ads made it out to be. It's not Dirty Harry in his 70s.
    Thanks. I didn't think it was -- I think I understand the movie, but it's not really my type.

    BTW, I watched The Sand Pebbles yesterday. Darned good movie. Especially the scene where they fight their way through the barrier.

    Last edited by Janos; 23 Jun 09, 13:16.
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    • Got the Deer Hunter from Netflix last week.. watched it yesterday. Great movie. Period.

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      • I've been watching Spielberg's Into the West on TV for the last couple of weeks. Without a doubt on of his worst works.

        Sand Pebbles remains high on my list of all time favorites.
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        • Originally posted by Janos View Post
          Thanks. I didn't think it was -- I think I understand the movie, but it's not really my type.

          BTW, I watched The Sand Pebbles yesterday. Darned good movie. Especially the scene where they fight their way through the barrier.
          I saw it on Sunday...A great movie. Steve McQueen's best role IMO...And Richard Crenna's Captain Collins had some great lines...

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          • Originally posted by The Doctor View Post
            I saw it on Sunday...A great movie. Steve McQueen's best role IMO...And Richard Crenna's Captain Collins had some great lines...

            "What happened this morning has not gone down on paper yet. lt is not history unless it goes down on paper."

            "We will make one last, savage thrust deep into China, and if the San Pablo dies, she dies clean."
            Exactly
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            • Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

              Mr. Smith Goes to Washington




              * Mr. Smith Goes to Washington was named as one of the best films of 1939 by the New York Times and Film Daily, and was nominated for Best Film by the National Board of Review.
              * James Stewart won the 1939 New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor.
              * In 1989, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington was added to the United States National Film Registry as being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."
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              • Watched The Proposal last night. Good movie, I enjoyed it much more than I thought I would. Sandra Bullock can play a pretty good *itch. And Ryan Reynolds seemed made for this role. A nice film. Funny.
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                • I just saw Gran Torino.It was a very good movie.I recommend it.
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                    • Taken- Very kick ***!
                      Mall Cop-Funny.
                      The Spirit-Meh! Nowhere as good as Sin City.
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                      • Ghost of Mars

                        Cheesy lines, bad acting, plot holes, cringe worthy background, horrible 70s-esque cinematography, flashbacks in flashbacks, lots of guns, blondes in leather, Madmaxish zombie biker reaver bad guys, Ice Cube, lots of guns, Louis Skolnick, gratuitous violence, a lesbian Pam Grier, sexual harassment, hand to hand combat (when you still have ammo), home made armor....

                        IT ROCKED! \m/

                        Fun movie, just don't try to think during it.

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                        EDIT: The villain is named "Big Daddy Mars"
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                        • Originally posted by HappyWlad View Post
                          Ghost of Mars

                          Cheesy lines, bad acting, plot holes, cringe worthy background, horrible 70s-esque cinematography, flashbacks in flashbacks, lots of guns, blondes in leather, Madmaxish zombie biker reaver bad guys, Ice Cube, lots of guns, Louis Skolnick, gratuitous violence, a lesbian Pam Grier, sexual harassment, hand to hand combat (when you still have ammo), home made armor....

                          IT ROCKED! \m/

                          Fun movie, just don't try to think during it.

                          Wlad

                          EDIT: The villain is named "Big Daddy Mars"
                          I like that movie. Pretty much anything by John Carpenter kicks ass!
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                            • Originally posted by 17thAirborneSon View Post
                              Mr. Smith Goes to Washington




                              * Mr. Smith Goes to Washington was named as one of the best films of 1939 by the New York Times and Film Daily, and was nominated for Best Film by the National Board of Review.
                              * James Stewart won the 1939 New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor.
                              * In 1989, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington was added to the United States National Film Registry as being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant."
                              http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr._Smi..._to_Washington
                              I watched this movie in civics class back when I took civics class. I enjoyed it. I really like James Stewart. Love Its a Wonderful Life. The last movie I watched was Transformers 2. I really enjoyed it. Sadly it got a C+ on yahoo ratings because apparently the critics don't like it. Critics need to lighten up and enjoy it for what it is. Explosions, Megan Fox, and bad *ss Optimus Prime!
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