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    anything Steve McQueen........John Wayne/Clint Eastwood......


      Forrest Gump
      c6/7 incomplete 6/30/07

      whats that smell? its me, cause im the shit.

      если я сейчас умру то нахуй я родился


        The Day of the Jackal.

        One favorite movie is The Day of the Jackal written by Frederick Forsyth. The book and movie are verbatim.

        The Day of the Jackal trailer:

        Next would be Atonement written by Ian McEwan. The movie ending is different from the book's ending.

        Atonement trailer:

        The Bourne series I like watching but if you like Jason Bourne you'll like Peter Devereaux also known as The November Man based on the Bill Granger's 13 book series of Peter Devereaux.

        The November Man trailer:

        I also like the new BBC series of John Le Carre' novel The Night Manager.

        If you like Jason Bourne movies you'll probably like the new series on EPIX called Berlin Station. David Bowie is singing the theme song, "I'm Afraid of Americans."

        Berlin Station, episode 1 "Station to Station

        Berlin Station, episode 2 "Light Don't Run on Loyality

        I'm not that much in to James Bond 007 movies but when Pierce Brosnan played Bond he had couple of good movies. Then Pierce Brosnan got replaced with Daniel Craig. The early Daniel Craig Bond movies I didn't even watch until Skyfall. Now Skyfall is good with a lot of action.

        Skyfall trailer:

        Then the global criminal organization comes out, SPECTRE. SPecial Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion. Now this is a good movie with action and good lines especially during the interview with Dr. Madeleine Swann.

        I don't drink but in the movie Bond is asked by Dr. Madeleine Swann, "How much do you drink?"

        Bond replies, "Too much!"

        I was asked that question at my physical this year and I wanted to say, "Too much!"

        The occupation answer is great!

        SPECTRE trailer:

        I read more spy and espionage books than I watch.

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        "We must overcome difficulties rather than being overcome by difficulties."


          Sky fall and Independence Day!


            Blues Brothers
            Wonderful Life and Christmas Story (wife and kids)
            Die Hard
            Star Wars
            Saving Private Ryan


              Watch Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again tonight.

              All the best,


                Amelie, Her, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Best feel-good movies without a doubt.


                  Kill Bill I and II.


                    Joe Dirt
                    That’s My Boy
                    Tropic Thunder
                    Don’t Mess with the Zohan


                      Originally posted by ZEN12many View Post
                      One movie that I watch over and over, without ever tiring of it, is "Searching for Bobby Fischer".

                      I love movies with nice endings. I love movies about geniuses because I always wished I were one. I love movies where good is good and bad is bad.

                      What movie can you watch over and over? Why?
                      "Searching for Bobby Fischer" undoubtedly, one of the best movies out there to watch. Anytime this movie is on the screen, the channel does not change. It will always be in the collection as a movie to watch on a rainy day. If there is a question of a wholesome movie for the children to watch, look no further. Neither you nor your children will be disappointed with this movie.


                        Independence Day and, my latest obsession, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.


                          If you haven't seen the Mr. Rogers movie, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, you may be totally surprised like I was. Not at all what I thought. Whoever wrote the story/script was a genius for interpreting the iconic Mr. Rogers the way it was done - it's not for young kids at all!
                          I must confess that by the end of the film I realized my eyes were tearful the whole time, and that rarely happens to me.


                            Originally posted by Mombo View Post
                            Independence Day and, my latest obsession, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

                            Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - loved it.