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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Valmet, Aug 4, 2020.
Thank you, I was trying to find the exact translation. Yours is perfect!
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I've never been offended on GT.
Just pick a movie you think fits.
I enjoy most of the Classic movies.
How do I know they're classic? They're on Turner Classic Movies. See how easy that was?
Three Days of the Condor was good.THE mail delivery with Mac 10.And Max Von Sydow with the PPK..and the surprise And the Wild Geese.Its more of what i like even watching it 30 years later...
You should try it with some real beer sometime. Start the movie about halfway through a 12 pack.
I've said it before, and I'll say it again (and again, and again), Nicholas Cage is NOT an actor. He is a movie star. The big difference is that an actor can play different characters, think Johny Depp, a movie star is the same character in a different movie. It's not necessarily a bad thing. I like quite a few of Nicholas Cages movies. I like a lot of John Wayne's movies. I like almost all of Harrison Ford's movies. But none of these men are actors. They are movies stars.
my local theater is showing Rebel without a cause next week and i'm going. saw Enter The Dragon there tonight.
You bring up a good point regarding actors vs movie stars. I’ve always felt that way about DiCaprio. He’s the same person in every single roll.
A few good men, crap sandwich
So youre saying a poor man is the same as a mentally challenged kid?
Youre a sick person.
I'm pretty much the same on that. Exceptions are Bond films, certain Vincent Price movies, Jaws, Rocky, The Godfather I & II, Animal House, The Warriors, Halloween, Dirty Harry, and Taxi Driver.
Full Metal Jacket. Total formula film. Only time I saw it I thought to myself, I've seen this same film a hundred times. Different actors, different wars, but the film remains the same. . .
An amazing cast but brutal to sit through.
Point taken. I’d say his role in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape is the one true exception (and it was his first film IIRC)...after that, all the same character essentially.
I will agree with that.
Any horror movie. Holloween, scream, friday the 13th.
Not sure I'd agree about Leo. Where I don't really care for him in general I've seen enough of his movies to see some acting coming from him.
Didn't know there was another version of "Smokie and the bandit". Probably wouldn't watch it anyway. Thanks.
+1. Keeping with the program.
I threw a "Like" to the ones I agreed with. Many of the major "classics" I haven't seen. No biggie.
I enjoy watching movies and my DVR gets a workout. Not sure if it's been mentioned but I tried watching Slumdog Millionaire and just couldn't get into it.
A thread about unknown gems would be very interesting.