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Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by MTR, 12th Jun, 2016.

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  1. MTR

    MTR Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    I love Classic movies, olden goldies, want to share your favourites... can't count how many times I have watched these...

    Breakfast at Tiffanys
    The Party - seriously hilarious
    Foul Play - hillarious
    What's up Doc. - hilarious

    All Hitchcock movies - North by North West my fav
     
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    The Naked Gun films
     
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    Sweet Smell of Success with But Lancaster and Tony Curtis. Incredible film noir. Rated in many lists as one of the best 100 films made in the USA.

    Sweet Smell of Success (1957) - IMDb
     
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    - The Guns of Navarone (G Peck / D Niven / A Quinn)
    - The Magnificent Seven (1960 edition - starring Yul Brynner as the lead cowboy plus six other handy dudes)
     
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    Fast and the Furious 7 is @Waldo current favourite classic
     
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    I love Woody Allen, this movie directed by him

    This movie is a classic absolutely brilliant, quirky and fun, some great actresses/actors in this one

     
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    If by favourite, you mean I didn't even finish watching it.....
     
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    Misery (James Caan and Annie Wilkes),
    To Kill a Mockingbird and Of Mice and Men- oldies that make me cry
    Anything with Robert De Niro
     
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    I cop it for loving it but I think Cool Runnings is awesome!!
     
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    Planes,Trains & Automobiles..

    Steve Martin & John Candy..love em!!

     
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    The great escape - McQueen.
     
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    Misery a classic, brilliant thriller seen it at least 4 times,
     
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    planes, trains & auto...seen it many times, in fact the other night, side splitting, one of my favourite all time movies, love the car scene, or what was left of it.
    love Candy, shame he died so young
     
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    Yes i agree. Allen thinks differently and produces good ones like lost in translation. VCB as above is his best work though. For those who like realist films with depth of character vcb fits the bill.
     
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    Pulp Fiction.....
     
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    The Goonies!
     
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    Including Dirty Grandpa?
     
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    Yep, especially that one ;)
     
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    These ones!
    And I met the fat kid from Goonies once (that's my claim to fame).
     
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