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stuartb
9th February 2017, 02:40 AM
Seen this on a marine fish forum and thought it might be of interest. I was a real movie buff as a lad, most people are amazed that I can actually sit at peace for a couple of hours and watch a film.. there are few things in life that hold my attention. Anyhow here goes.https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170209/a32036859c01062a14d3582d152ec840.jpghttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170209/1ea9a5ac40dc556d1832f396146df5aa.jpghttps://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170209/cf44f821a1f0e0095b05f660f05567f4.jpg.


Those are my Tens... Ive stacks of Nines.. too many too screenshot. 10s have to be very special..

Heres my noteable Nines.

1. Mea Maxima Culpa
2. City of God
3. The Beckoning Silence
4. A Bronx Tale
5. Cocaine Cowboys
6. The Color Purple
7. Trainspotting
8. Bicycle Thieves
9. The Thing 1982
10. Platoon

The list goes on...

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alex
9th February 2017, 09:51 AM
1. Deep Throat
2. Debbie Does Dallas
3. ...

Wait...this is the wrong list... back shortly....

Amadeus
9th February 2017, 10:50 AM
Ooh, good thread.

Films (eclectic list!):
Amadeus (of course!)
Princess Bride (just funny - wife thinks it's ridiculous)
Man bites dog (Belgian serial killer documentary)
Dead mans shoes (Paddy Considine)
Betty blue (Beatrice Dalle at her finest before heroin overtook her)
Seven - one of David Fincher's finest
Fight Club (Edward and Brad - both fine actors)
Kalifornia (cool serial killer)
Internal affairs (Richard Gere as a baddy)
The Dark Knight (Heath Ledger steals each scene he's in)
Locke (nearly almost all the film is inside a car on a motorway)
American History X (amazing performance, a brutal scene)
Snatch (each time I watch it I try to understand a little bit more what Mickey is saying but it just seems to be about his mam's caravan)

DL84
9th February 2017, 01:21 PM
Ooh, good thread.

Films (eclectic list!):
Amadeus (of course!)
Princess Bride (just funny - wife thinks it's ridiculous) +1 lol my wife thinks the same
Man bites dog (Belgian serial killer documentary)
Dead mans shoes (Paddy Considine) +1 brillant film must see for everyone
Betty blue (Beatrice Dalle at her finest before heroin overtook her)
Seven - one of David Fincher's finest +1
Fight Club (Edward and Brad - both fine actors) +1
Kalifornia (cool serial killer) +1
Internal affairs (Richard Gere as a baddy)
The Dark Knight (Heath Ledger steals each scene he's in) +1
Locke (nearly almost all the film is inside a car on a motorway)
American History X (amazing performance, a brutal scene) +1
Snatch (each time I watch it I try to understand a little bit more what Mickey is saying but it just seems to be about his mam's caravan) +1



You have great taste mate brillant list

JimmyMac
11th February 2017, 01:30 AM
Anything from Tarantino (Always look for his Mexican stand-offs and trunk shot cliches)
Serendipity (Actually tried to recreate this last year by meeting my Sister in New York without telling her where I'd be. Truly bumped into her within two hours on day one)
Lord of The Rings Trilogy (Special effects are stunning)
Hard Candy (Cant beat a good old fashioned peado getting castrated)
Trainspotting 1 and 2 (The off the cuff song by Renton in the Orange Lodge had all the Rangers men laughing out loud in the Picture House)
Restless Natives (Whizzing about Edinburgh on a bike getting chased by the Polis, so true to life)

Can't watch any film with cruelty or animals dying in it, but love watching baddies being tortured. Lol, says a lot about me.

As far as TV goes, Columbo every time.

JimmyMac

Beavis
11th February 2017, 12:52 PM
Anything from Tarantino (Always look for his Mexican stand-offs and trunk shot cliches)
Serendipity (Actually tried to recreate this last year by meeting my Sister in New York without telling her where I'd be. Truly bumped into her within two hours on day one)
Lord of The Rings Trilogy (Special effects are stunning)
Hard Candy (Cant beat a good old fashioned peado getting castrated)
Trainspotting 1 and 2 (The off the cuff song by Renton in the Orange Lodge had all the Rangers men laughing out loud in the Picture House)
Restless Natives (Whizzing about Edinburgh on a bike getting chased by the Polis, so true to life)

Can't watch any film with cruelty or animals dying in it, but love watching baddies being tortured. Lol, says a lot about me.

As far as TV goes, Columbo every time.

JimmyMac

Can just see you with a MAC on chewing on a cigar butt :courage:

stuartb
12th February 2017, 12:07 PM
Haha Columbo.. always thought you were into the dirty mac scene Jimmy. !

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JimmyMac
12th February 2017, 06:51 PM
"Just one more thing!"

Love it

JimmyMac

Stephen
12th February 2017, 09:58 PM
Looks like you all have great taste in cinema.
My 2 faves are:
Fight Club - Brilliant film, can't fault it, the book is excellent too
Deadpool - Purely entertaining, funny as hell and great action scenes

The rest aren't in any particular order, it's impossible to remember all the great films I've seen :)

The Dark Knight trilogy
The Marvel cinematic universe (all 14 films)
Inception
Odd Thomas
Die hard
Lethal weapon
One flew over the cuckoo's nest
We need to talk about Kevin
Reservoir dogs
Gran Torino
As good as it gets
Shawshank redemption
Interstellar
The Martian
Snatch
Now you see me 1 + 2
Arrival

Tbh I think that's just a list of films I watched in the past 6 months...

I watched Finding Dory last night, Brilliant :)

stuartb
12th February 2017, 11:09 PM
While were on movies lads I came across a website..you can stream foc... not sure if I should mention the site as I dont know if its above board or not..sooo think whats on yer feet..underneath your boots and add share... so sxxxshare. Try it. Last 2 nights we watched...Lion...War Dogs..and Hacksaw Ridge.. I stream it on my tv.. faultless

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paul_m
12th February 2017, 11:30 PM
Ray Donovan, John Voight getting black women to twerk for him is priceless.