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Lovers with Cassie
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All That Jazz (1979). Roy Scheider, Jessica Lange, Ann Reinking, Leland Palmer, Cliff Gorman, Ben Vereen, Erzsebet Foldi, Sandahl Bergman, John Lithgow, Keith Gordon, Ben Masters, Nicole Fosse, Theresa Merritt and Wallace Shawn. A dancer along with choreographer pushes himself to the limit while overseeing a Broadway show together with the editing of a film.
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Rififi- 1955

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A Masterpiece.... nuff said!


L'Alpageur aka Hunter Will Get You- 1976

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Excellent crime flick, Belmondo is king!


Quel Maledetto Treno Blindato aka Inglorious *******s- 1977

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Awesome, can never tire of this! This is where it's at, not that lame *** Brad Pitt flick with a similar name [Roll Eyes]




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Yes, please pull the trigger, and do the world a favour!

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The Godfather (1972)

Marlon Brando
Robert Duvall
Al Pacino
James Caan
Diane Keaton

This movie deserves all the praise its received the past 39 years.

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Nice to see you back Sammy [Big Grin]

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Mother Kusters Goes to Heaven (1975). Brigitte Mira, Ingrid Caven, Karl-Heinz Bohm, Margit Carstensen, Irm Hermann and Gottfried John. A wife becomes the subject of public attention not to mention press/political misuse when her factory-worker husband murders one of his managers and then commits suicide in protest against the likelihood of his being sacked.

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The Sentinel (1977). I was catching up on Beverly D'Angelo movies.
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Wait Until Dark (1967)

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Piranah (1978) enjoyed it good story
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The Wicker Man.

One classic movie. Very original. A must watch film.

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^ My second fave horror [Big Grin]
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Is Wait Until Dark your First?
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No, Dracula: Prince of Darkness [Smile]
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I have not seen that one but I will endeavour to.
I like christopher Lee so I guess I will have to watch it.

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Cool [Smile]

I've just been watching Chris Lee again in The Whip and the Body (1963)

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Can't get enough of Mario Bava films lately.

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The Gauntlet )1977) Clint Eastwood good film lots of shooting scenes and i mean lots!
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Goldfinger (1964)

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For most people, the very best James Bond movie.

And it's really got everything - action, car chases, beautiful girls, guns, a really bad baddie, outrageous foreign stereotypes, scenery and sets writ large, and the best of all Bonds, Sir Sean Connery....

Have to give this one the full 10/10

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Mill of the Stone Women (1963)
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This Man Must Die (1970). Michel Duchaussoy, Jean Yanne, Caroline Cellier, Lorraine Rainer, Marc DiNapoli and Guy Marly. After his son is run down and killed, the father goes after the criminal responsible with revenge in mind. Taken from the novel The Beast Must Die by Nicholas Blake.
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Orca (1977):

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Fun flick [Smile]
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A Fistful of Dollars (1964)

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The House With Laughing Windows

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Logan's Run
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Eraserhead

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And you lived to tell, huh, Helen? [Smile] If I had to make a list of movies that will absolutely cause brain damage if watched repeatedly, "Eraserhead" is high on the list. I've said it before, but it's worth repeating: David Lynch doesn't make movies. He makes works of art, whether you like them or not.
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