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Dogma - Hadn't seen this in years, forgotten just how funny it is. Piece of brilliance this film [Big Grin]
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quote:
Originally posted by JAY LEE:
One of my faves too, 80'sRocked! i think it was written by the same guys who wrote Wargames, another good one!

People always say, "they don't make em' like this anymore" to just about any genre. But a movie like Sneakers, really hasn't been seen since, that I can remember!

Great ecclectic cast, good solid story, suspense, light comedy a little violence, and a great score by James Horner. This movie has amazing repeat watchability, even though it is a twist and turn kinda movie!

Solid flick! I miss this kind of filmmaking!

So true guys, so true!
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quote:
Originally posted by JAY LEE:
One of my faves too(Sneakers), 80'sRocked! i think it was written by the same guys who wrote Wargames, another good one!

People always say, "they don't make em' like this anymore" to just about any genre. But a movie like Sneakers, really hasn't been seen since, that I can remember!

Great ecclectic cast, good solid story, suspense, light comedy a little violence, and a great score by James Horner. This movie has amazing repeat watchability, even though it is a twist and turn kinda movie!

Solid flick! I miss this kind of filmmaking!

Aint that the truth Jay Lee as far as repeat watchability! I watch it at least 5 times a year and probably have seen it close to 100 times since 1992....no joke. Brilliant flick from start to finish.
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It's one of the more accurate hacker flicks out there... I miss the early 90s... [Wink]
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Due to Chuck's recent statements, I found this a little hard to watch! In all honesty, the man's a douche! But I do enjoy the old Cannon flicks so...

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i watched A FEW GOOD MEN.. again. i love this movie.
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Sister Act - Hmmm, this hasn't aged all that well.
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LOVE this movie!!

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EJ, I'm amazed by how many people either love "The Boondock Saints" or have no idea what I'm talking about. Great flick.
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Never seen it. Anything with Willem Dafoe is worth watching though... It's on the list!

Thanks guys... [Smile]

Did you know they made part II to this movie???

Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1300851/

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I had no idea Jdocster. I will have to look into that.

Valley, I love this movie. I have seen it probably 50 times. I agree, either you love it or you hate it. But I am shocked that it was never a really popular movie. It was a huge college town movie after it was released to video, but did horrible in the theaters.

"Do you now what we need man? Some rope"

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CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER... for the umpteenth time!

And here is the real star of that movie....

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Henry Czerny as Deputy Director of CIA, Robert Ritter! This guy makes the movie!

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quote:
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CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER... for the umpteenth time!

Great choice Jaylee. This is way better that Patriot Games I think, though that is good too.

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"King of New York" (Abel Ferrara), recommended in a very interesting list of the 50 best '90s movies : http://www.hollywood90.com/article-30584729.html

I was not disappointed, it's really a great, great movie !

There is also a top 50 for the '70s : http://www.hollywood70.com/article-30585610.html and for the '80s : http://www.hollywood80.com/article-30586246.html

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quote:
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quote:
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CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER... for the umpteenth time!

Great choice Jaylee. This is way better that Patriot Games I think, though that is good too.

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Yeah... my fave of the four Tom Clancy/ Jack Ryan flicks! Heard a rumour that Ryan Gosling is the new Ryan for forthcoming films [Confused]


Just saw this....

Decent Serial killer romp, if you can get past the "Nancy Drew" acting kid! The religious Psycho is pretty damn spooky!

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Singles (1992). Written together with directed by Cameron Crowe and starring Campbell Scott, Kyra Sedgwick, Matt Dillon, Bridget Fonda, Sheila Kelley, Jim True, James LeGros, Bill Pullman, Devon Raymond, Camilo Gallardo and Jeremy Piven. Seattle denizens try to find love to say nothing of happiness amidst the city's grunge explosion.
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Dumb and Dumber - By far my favourite Jim Carrey film [Big Grin]
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THE GENERAL'S DAUGHTER 1999

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Im not big on Travolta, but this is a really decent movie, that I watch regularly! good characters, good dialogue (probably cuz it's based on the book), great unorthodox score and really good cinematography.

I have an immense distaste for rape scenes, but it is so poignant and hardhitting here, that the movie would suffer if it wasn't shown as the truly brutal act that it is. It is the focal point of the whole story, and I think that the movie deals with it in a smart, yet disturbing way. Highly recommended.

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quote:
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Dumb and Dumber - By far my favourite Jim Carrey film [Big Grin]

Me too....not only my fave Jim Carrey movie, but one of my fave comedies of all-time!

"I'm talking about a place where the beer flows like wine". [Big Grin]

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[Big Grin] Same here, I would put it in my top 5 comedies.

Fave quote: She gave me a bunch of crap about me not listening to her or something. I don't know, I wasn't really paying attention.  -

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Dumb And Dumber has more quotable lines per min. that any movie ever made!

When a line like this, is a throwaway line, that is comedy gold!

"You know, The Monkees were a major influence on the Beatles"

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MotleyRulz,

I remember seeing "The Devil's Advocate" in the Cinema. I thought it was a great film.

It was also the first time I'd ever seen Charlize Theron.

What did you think of it?

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