Favourite Films

Favourite Films

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30 Jan 2015
DJ200
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DJ200
Blade runner
The thirteenth floor
Bridges of Madison County
American Gangster
Posted 23 March 2015
Edited by DJ200 23 March 2015
stevet
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stevet
the original Italian job when will that coach driver remember that sharp bend.

the film was made in 68 England did not play Italy in 68

Posted 24 March 2015
RedChecker
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RedChecker
stevet

 the film was made in 68 England did not play Italy in 68


Fortunately there's no reference to the year in the film so it could have been at any time after '68 as far as the audience is concerned.
Posted 24 March 2015
dhuntuk
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dhuntuk
'Where Eagles Dare' with Richard Burton and Clint 'Punk' Eastwood. If I wait about three months until I watch it again, I can forget scene sequences, which makes watching it again just as refreshing as the first. And when I was a lot younger, it was 'The last Starfighter'. I watched it three times in a row during the same evening!
Posted 24 March 2015
Mr_Catz
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Mr_Catz

I'm quite partial to "Keeping Mum" which starred the late Patrick Swayze and of course our very own Rowan Atkinson amongst other talented British actors and actresses.

Posted 5 June 2015
DorsetHammer
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DorsetHammer
stevet

the original Italian job when will that coach driver remember that sharp bend. the film was made in 68 England did not play Italy in 68


Anorak alert on

No, but as anybody who was a schoolboy interested in football at the time will tell you they played in Italy in 1968.  They lost to Yugoslavia in the Euro semi-finals, famous for Alan Mullery becoming the first England international to be sent off.


Anorak alert off.
Posted 6 June 2015
CCP
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CCP
Up The Junction.
Mean Time.
Till Death Us Do Part.
Midnight Cowboy.


Posted 10 June 2015
Mr_Catz
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Mr_Catz
K-PAX is another one of my favourites featuring Kevin Spacey.
Posted 2 Aug 2015
pompeytog
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pompeytog
Scarface starring Al Pacino. Must have seen it 20+ times and still never tire of watching it again. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest too, great film and Jack Nicholson plays a blinder, as does Louise Fletcher the Nurse. Epic movie.
Posted 2 Aug 2015
JeromeRazoir
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JeromeRazoir
Neopan 1600.

Posted 2 Aug 2015
dhuntuk
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dhuntuk
JeromeRazoir
Neopan 1600.
PMSL
Posted 3 Aug 2015
Mr_Catz
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Mr_Catz
pompeytog

Scarface starring Al Pacino. Must have seen it 20+ times and still never tire of watching it again. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest too, great film and Jack Nicholson plays a blinder, as does Louise Fletcher the Nurse. Epic movie.


I haven't seen either...... must check them out cheeky
Posted 7 Oct 2015
RedChecker
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RedChecker
Ladiesman

I haven't seen either...... must check them out cheeky


The BluRay of Scarface looks absolutely stunning for a film so old, especially some of the night time scenes (considering speed/exposure latitude of film used in dark conditions)
Posted 7 Oct 2015
profilepictures
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profilepictu..
Caught one the other evening I thought was superb. Very British, very well acted and a plot you can't guess ahead a it slowly unravels. Still Life its called, with that fella with the odd face who plays a blinder.

Posted 7 Oct 2015
kt101
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kt101
Sixth Sense.
The Mechanic. Watched that one today.
A Fish called Wanda.
Hunt for Red October.
Transporter, 1, 2, 3.......




Posted 10 Oct 2015
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