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Old 09-15-2007, 11:42 AM   #21
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the terminator series, indiana jones series, star wars series, the first highlander movie, the last starfighter, flight of the navigator, D.A.R.Y.L., cloak and dagger, space camp, howard the duck, back to the future, ace ventura, last action hero, demolition man...among many others.
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the terminator series, indiana jones series, star wars series, the first highlander movie, the last starfighter, flight of the navigator, D.A.R.Y.L., cloak and dagger, space camp, howard the duck, back to the future, ace ventura, last action hero, demolition man...among many others.
Man they made a lot of good movies in the 80's, you just can't beat them. I forgot to mention Lethal Weapon and Running Scared.
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ah yes, the wraith was good. i have that dvd as well. and i also left out YOUNG GUNS and BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA.
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Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter Is Dead
Weird Science

Hitchiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Saving Private Ryan
Enemy At The Gates
Spaceballs
All Monty Python Movies
Kill Bill I&II (and anything else with Uma Thurman... hawt)
Pushing Tin
For Love of the Game
Bull Durham
Gladiator
Friday Night Lights (it helps that i'm from Abilene)
Fifth Element

That's all I could think of right now.
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Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter Is Dead
Weird Science

Hitchiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Saving Private Ryan
Enemy At The Gates
Spaceballs
All Monty Python Movies
Kill Bill I&II (and anything else with Uma Thurman... hawt)
Pushing Tin
For Love of the Game
Bull Durham
Gladiator
Friday Night Lights (it helps that i'm from Abilene)
Fifth Element

That's all I could think of right now.
Man, you like all the movies that I do. I also liked the Wraith. I have not seen it in a long time.

Big Trouble in Little China is definitely one of my favs. And the Young Gun movies.
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Conan the Barbarian, Terminator, Predator, Commando, Total Recall

Say Anything, High Fidelity, Better Off Dead, One Crazy Summer, Sixteen Candle

Die Hard, Sin City, Unbreakable, Sixth Sense, Pulp Fiction

Just to name a few
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Fifth Element

Awsome movie...

Everytime I go thru the toll booth, I think 'look out corbin dallas!!' and I need a f*cking 'multi-pass' aka speed pass or whatever the f*ck they call that thing.
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Tron (I still want one of those light cycles)
Talking bout a sequel. Like you could ever top the genius of the original.

http://www.iwatchstuff.com/2007/09/t..._speaks_ou.php
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Talking bout a sequel. Like you could ever top the genius of the original.

http://www.iwatchstuff.com/2007/09/t..._speaks_ou.php
Some movies should not have sequels to them. Tron was ahead of its time.

Cool web site thanks. The Iron Man trailer looked cool. I was a big comic book nut back in the 70's and 80's. It's really cool that they are making all of these movies now. They just had to wait for the technology to do it.
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watch the real trailer now, it's on the apple site

but that website does have cool t and spoilers

http://movies.apple.com/movies/param...-tlr1_720p.mov
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Indiana Jones (quoted at left)
Star trek (quoted below)
Second Hand Lions
Transformers
Enemy at the Gates
Lonesome Dove (1st only)
5th Element
Resident Evil (she's HOT!!)
Kill Bill (Smokin HoT!!)

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I forget to mention all the Star Trek, Star Wars and Indiana Jones movies.


But who in their right mind doesn't like them?

Also:
The Goonies
Top Gun
Flight of the Intruder
Lethal Weapon I-IV
We Were Soldiers
Full Metal Jacket
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Old 09-16-2007, 12:02 PM   #37
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I am racking my brain, the title has totally escaped me but I know you guys will know it , it is tom hanks when he crashed in the blane and winds up on the beach with wilson the ball oh yea CASTAWAY.
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yeah that was pretty good. but it reminded me of FORREST GUMP. a friggin classic.
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Alright, how about epic movies? (read long as )

Ben Hur
can't go wrong with Charlton Heston
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get "Fracture" with Anthony Hopkins! ava at redbox...McDonalds. good flick!
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