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Whats ya'lls favorite all time movie and why? 
The one movie that you will watch over and over again just to pass the time and still enjoy it. 
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Was more a series of movies Band off Brothers, cant remember how many times I have watched it.
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Can't pick just one. Josey Wales and Jeremiah Johnson are two I have to stop and watch. Most any John Wayne will get me locked down on the tube. Of the more recent stuff Star Trek has been a good watch. Don't get out to see the new ones. Just wait for em to come on the tube.
You didn't share your pick. So give!
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I'm a huge Die Hard fan, however if I am just going to grab one out and watch it or stop on it if I see it on TV its got to be Under Seige. 
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Seven Samurai

Wait... make that The Searchers.
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Tombstone. Because of Val Kilmer's Doc Holliday. I've seen that movie so many times, I can damn near quote every line of dialogue from beginning to end.




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Originally posted by Sgt. D Sgt. D wrote:

Can't pick just one. Josey Wales and Jeremiah Johnson are two I have to stop and watch. 


Jeremiah Johnson, for sure. 

Bear Claw Chris Lapp: You've come far pilgrim. 
Jeremiah Johnson: Feels like far. 
Bear Claw Chris Lapp: Were it worth the trouble? 
Jeremiah Johnson: [pause, then] Huh? What trouble? 

Jeremiah Johnson: [Jeremiah and Bear Claw hunt elk] Wind's right, but he'll just run soon as we step out of these trees. 
Bear Claw Chris Lapp: Trick to it. Walk out on this side of your horse. 
Jeremiah Johnson: What if he sees our feet? 
Bear Claw Chris Lapp: Elk don't know how many feet a horse has! 
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classic!  Excellent
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I will have to send you a catalog from Movies Unlimited and Turner Classic Movies....  Laugh



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Outlaw Josie Wales and Jeremiah Johnson are among my handful of favorites as well.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=cNVVoH9-QH0
Ok, it's not my favorite, but it's in the top 10, and I really like this opening scene and the music too.
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A Bridge Too Far, Patton, and I like the movie The Sting when it comes on. 
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The Godfather trilogy
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
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Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=cNVVoH9-QH0
Ok, it's not my favorite, but it's in the top 10, and I really like this opening scene and the music too.


OH YEAH!!  Battle of Britain!!  Big Grin   I got the DVD.....  Shocked


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Many good choices have been posted here so far.

I've been watching older movies from the 50s and 60s. They were much more subtle back in those days. It's all the same thing happening, just with ever- changing stage props.
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The Bridge on the River Kwai, The Sand Pebbles, The Great Escape, Stalag 17, Picnic, Das Boot, Silverado, We Were Soldiers, Animal House...
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Young Frankenstein. (Or is it Frankensteen?) Wink
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Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

The Godfather trilogy
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

You bet!
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I'd be hard pressed to name just one.  Too many come to mind.  I am a pretty major SciFi/Fantasy fan, so the Lord of the Rings trilogy would definitely be up there.

Everything Is Illuminated would also make the list, albeit for personal reasons.

Legends of the Fall is easily one of my favourites.

Once Upon a Time in America is up there as well.

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What hump Dr.Frankensteen?
 
Pappyon,The hustler & my favorite Highlander.
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Originally posted by koshkin koshkin wrote:

I'd be hard pressed to name just one.  Too many come to mind. 

ILya


Me too!!!  Big Smile
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