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    What is your all time favorite movie?

    Please don't post your favorite action movie or your favorite comedy. I'm talking your absolute favorite of all time. NO ties or lists either.

    Gotta go with The Godfather (pt 1)

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    damn thats a tricky question.
    Cant realy make up my mind have to think about it.
    Ahh fuck Il say The Predator(fuck it took me a solid 25 minutes to decide betwen that one and Conan and Lord of the rings and Command, opps looks like I made a list )

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    Seven Days in May

    B & W Made in 1963 starring Burt Lancaster as Joint Chiefs of Staff, General James Matoon Scott, Kirk Douglas as his aide-de-camp Col. Jiggs McDonald, and Frederic March as The President of the US. Also Ava Gardner, Edward Andrews, and a cast of very well known character actors whose names I don't know, but faces are recognizeable. Also noted for being the screen debut of John Houseman, as a Navy Admiral.

    Premise:

    General Scott is unhappy with a treaty that the Presdient has signed with the Soviet Union, in which he thinks the US will be vunerable to Soviet attacks. He secretly plans a takeover of the US Government.

    Great acting and a GREAT SCRIPT, written by The TWILIGHT ZONE's own Rod Serling........riviting movie.

    This movie is a MUST SEE and is on TONIGHT (Wednesday March 6th at 8pm EST) on Turner Classic Movies. PLEASE Watch if you can !!!!!!

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    Godfather eh? Well I am with ya on that, one, but has nothing to do with me being 100% Sicilian or anything.. eh? na.. I am not biosed or anything,.. na not me.. noo neverrrr

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    Originally posted by Sicilian30
    Godfather eh? Well I am with ya on that, one, but has nothing to do with me being 100% Sicilian or anything.. eh? na.. I am not biosed or anything,.. na not me.. noo neverrrr
    Sicilian do yourself a favor and watch 7 Days in May tonight ! You'll love it. On Turner Classic Movies !

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    I love Urban Cowboy and Tombstone !

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    Originally posted by Jenna
    I love Urban Cowboy and Tombstone !
    How about The Electric Horseman or Unforgiven? Maybe True Grit?

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    Originally posted by Canes4Ever


    How about The Electric Horseman or Unforgiven? Maybe True Grit?
    If Unforgiven was the one with Clint - NO.

    Haven't seen the other two....

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    Originally posted by Jenna


    If Unforgiven was the one with Clint - NO.

    Haven't seen the other two....
    Yes, twas....The Electric Horseman starred Robert Redford (at his sexiest in 1979 and Jane Fonda)

    True Grit was a 1969 western in which John Wayne finally won an Oscar. Very funny movie in parts.

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    Canes4ever,
    I like your suggestions, i am injured right now so i've been tearing up blockbuster. Tonight i've got The One, Die Hard 2, and Fast Times at Ridgemont High. I'm gonna check out 7 days in may, and some of those westerns ya'll are talking about tomorrow.

    BTW if you think Miami's gonna win another national championship next year..... well your probably right

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    Any of you guys/gals out there like things a bit strange....say "A Clock Work Orange".... And my next favorite is Casablanca. I guess I'm just wierd

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    Originally posted by broncojosh
    And my next favorite is Casablanca. I guess I'm just wierd
    No - I LOVED Casablanca !!! There are a few old ones I like too....... LOVE the ole Alfred Hitchcock movies, too........hell - even Charlie Chan !!

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    Originally posted by deadend226
    Canes4ever,
    I like your suggestions, i am injured right now so i've been tearing up blockbuster. Tonight i've got The One, Die Hard 2, and Fast Times at Ridgemont High. I'm gonna check out 7 days in may, and some of those westerns ya'll are talking about tomorrow.

    BTW if you think Miami's gonna win another national championship next year..... well your probably right
    Great, Deadend I hope you saw the movie tonight.

    Btw, the 'Canes have an uphill fight next year as the away schedule has a tough row to hoe....at Florida, at Tennessee, at Syracuse, and home is tough too, with F$U and Virginia Tech it could be a long year for the 'Canes !

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    Originally posted by Jenna


    No - I LOVED Casablanca !!! There are a few old ones I like too....... LOVE the ole Alfred Hitchcock movies, too........hell - even Charlie Chan !!
    Strangers on a Train is Hitch's best, and Rear Window his 2nd best.....I'm one of the few folks that actually did think The Birds or Psycho were his better films.

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    Btw, the 'Canes have an uphill fight next year as the away schedule has a tough row to hoe....at Florida, at Tennessee, at Syracuse, and home is tough too, with F$U and Virginia Tech it could be a long year for the 'Canes
    I don't think they'll have any problems with Florida and Tennesse, but that's just MO. I think Florida is really gonna struggle without Spurrier, but that's cool cuz i hated spurrier anyway and i hope he burns in the nfl.

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    SCARFACE !!!!!!

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    Sweet!!.....Fast times at Ridgemont High, classic flick, vintage Sean Penn!!.......not my all time fav though, thats gotta be Pulp Fiction for me

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    Originally posted by deadend226


    I don't think they'll have any problems with Florida and Tennesse, but that's just MO. I think Florida is really gonna struggle without Spurrier, but that's cool cuz i hated spurrier anyway and i hope he burns in the nfl.
    I sure hope they struggle without Stevie Superior (as we derisively chuckle when talking of him) and I hope he bombs with the 'Skins too.

    They bother me a bit, but I think if we are focused we can take care of them and their huge crowds. Miami lost all of the 2ndary and 3/5ths of the OL that was so dominant. Dorsey may have to scramble a bit more than he's used to and that is not his forté.

    It will be interesting to see what happens....I can't wait for September and opening day up in Gainsville against the Gayturds.


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    Wallstreet & Braveheart! Its a tie! I could watch both movies back to back everyday!!

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    any of the kevin smith movies

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    Anthing with Jenna Jameson.......

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    Originally posted by Canes4Ever


    Strangers on a Train is Hitch's best, and Rear Window his 2nd best.....I'm one of the few folks that actually did think The Birds or Psycho were his better films.
    I liked Rear Window, but have never seen Strangers on a Train - I oughta check it out!

    9Natural9 - Debbie Does Dallas is pretty old....you oughta get with BIGTEX for the updated ones!

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    ooooooo! i DO LIKE JENNA JAMISON!! and all of her lovely friends!!

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    Originally posted by Jenna


    I liked Rear Window, but have never seen Strangers on a Train - I oughta check it out!

    Jeena do that, you should be able to find it at a Blockbuster who has a good selection. It stars Farley Granger and has a supporting roles by Marion Lorne (Aunt Clara from Bewitched) and Patricia Hitchcock (yes his daughter, who is awesome in the flick).

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    Originally posted by Canes4Ever


    Jeena do that, you should be able to find it at a Blockbuster who has a good selection. It stars Farley Granger and has a supporting roles by Marion Lorne (Aunt Clara from Bewitched) and Patricia Hitchcock (yes his daughter, who is awesome in the flick).
    Cool !! Looks like I have a date with Alfred this weekend!

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    Originally posted by Jenna


    Cool !! Looks like I have a date with Alfred this weekend!
    I hope BigKev won't mind hehehehe ! Make him watch it too, he'll enjoy it. It has some sports in it.....Farley Granger is supposed to be a famous tennis player in it.

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    Originally posted by 9natural9
    jenna> maybe your right, Debbie Does Dallas is a little old for a guy in his 20's but damn something about that 80's hair!!!!
    GROSS!! lol - The men seemed older, hairier, and skinnier too!!!

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    Originally posted by Jenna


    GROSS!! lol - The men seemed older, hairier, and skinnier too!!!
    I know I much prefer the way guys look nowadays on pornos (not that I see very many ; buffer, more muscular and better looking.

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    Originally posted by broncojosh
    Any of you guys/gals out there like things a bit strange....say "A Clock Work Orange".... And my next favorite is Casablanca. I guess I'm just wierd
    Loved Clock Work Orange & Berlin...Love freaky movies

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    True Romace, here's a qoute from it "Sicilians have nigger blood pumpin' through their hearts. If
    you don't believe me, look it up. You see, hundreds and hundreds of years
    ago the Moors conquered Sicily. And Moors are niggers. Way back then,
    Sicilians were like the wops in northern Italy. Blond hair, blue eyes. But,
    once the Moors moved in there, they changed the whole country. They did so
    much fuckin' with the Sicilian women, they changed the blood-line for ever,
    from blond hair and blue eyes to black hair and dark skin. I find it
    absolutely amazing to think that to this day, hundreds of years later,
    Sicilians still carry that nigger gene. I'm just quotin' history. It's a
    fact. It's written. Your ancestors were niggers. Your great, great, great,
    great, great-grandmother was fucked by a nigger, and had a half-nigger kid.
    That is a fact. Now tell me, am I lyin'?
    "

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    Scarface, Tombstone and the greates one Dazed and Confused

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    Godfather is by far the best movie ever made

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    sorry im gonna have to break da rules and name a few

    Any Given Sunday ( if you love football as much as me you gotta LOVE that movie, real illustration of how the NFL REALLY works if u didnt already know)

    Coming to America ( every time i watch that movie i laugh)

    HalfBaked (#1 pothead movie, and if anyone says dazed and confused was better ya gotta be smokin oh yeah cant forget about Cheech and Chong but not as funny as HalfBaked)

    Scarface ( need i say anymore)


    Peace

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    sorry im gonna have to break da rules and name a few
    I thought for sure after reading your username that you were gonna say "The Last Dragon"

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