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007 04:33 AM 08-23-2019
Came across Always (1989) with Richard Dreyfus and Holly Hunter last night. Forgot how much I loved that movie. Was also reminded just how gorgeous Holly was in that movie.
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scho63 10:53 AM 09-05-2019
Originally Posted by Nzoner:
:-)

And that reminded me of Time After Time that I MUST SEE AGAIN,a twist on the time machine story where H.G. Wells is forced to use his own time machine to go after Jack The Ripper who uses it to escape to 1970's San Francisco.

Super underrated movie! :-)
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Kman34 03:23 PM 09-05-2019
Enemy Mine has been on cable this month.. with Dennis Quaid .. special effects are bad but I like the movie..
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Bob Dole 03:28 PM 09-05-2019
I watched A Clockwork Orange a few weeks ago. Itís still as fucked up as I remember, but I spotted a 2001 soundtrack album in the record kiosk scene.
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Bob Dole 03:30 PM 09-05-2019
Originally Posted by Kman34:
Enemy Mine has been on cable this month.. with Dennis Quaid .. special effects are bad but I like the movie..
I never understood why they didnít put makeup on Lou Gosset Jr.
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Dayze 05:54 PM 09-05-2019
Runaway Train.

With John Voight and Eric Roberts.
I remember loving it as a kid. Not sure how it would hold up today. Havenít seen it in forever.
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lewdog 09:40 PM 09-05-2019

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Dayze 09:53 PM 09-05-2019
Holy shit. The Program....

I thought that was such an awesome movie was a young teen. Needless to say it does not hold up well., especially Omar Epps character. Lol



...but I’ll still watch it if it’s on.
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Nzoner 07:57 AM 09-06-2019
Originally Posted by DeepPurple:
That title Blue Thunder, reminded me of Rolling Thunder, a film that came out in the 70's. If you see it, you will never forget it. It stars a young William Devane, this is before Dallas, and a young Tommy Lee Jones in one of his first roles.

The basic premise is William Devane is a Vietnam Vet and he returns home, I believe Texas, and the towns people want to honor him so they give him a $1000 in silver dollars and have a ceremony downtown. From there, just imagine what might happen in a redneck town. It's fair movie, but it has an ending that you will never forget. I think it will pop up on one of the premium channels now and then.

LOVE that movie!! Major Rane was one bad boy!


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scho63 09:36 AM 09-06-2019
I remember the movie "The Town that Dreaded Sundown" as one of the scariest movies outside the Exorcist.
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PackerinMo 08:59 PM 09-06-2019
Originally Posted by Dayze:
Holy shit. The Program....

I thought that was such an awesome movie was a young teen. Needless to say it does not hold up well., especially Omar Epps character. Lol



...but I’ll still watch it if it’s on.
Bobby Collins helped them get Bowl eligible.
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srvy 11:39 AM 09-07-2019
The Big Country with Gregory Peckerhead, Chuck Heston, Burl Ives and Chuck Connors. Its on now and watching still a classic.
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scho63 12:53 PM 09-07-2019
Originally Posted by Bob Dole:
I watched A Clockwork Orange a few weeks ago. Itís still as fucked up as I remember, but I spotted a 2001 soundtrack album in the record kiosk scene.
That is a real SCREWED up movie to watch as a younger person. :-)

I think until late teens do you catch the drift of it.
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lewdog 12:58 PM 09-07-2019
Originally Posted by Dayze:
Holy shit. The Program....

I thought that was such an awesome movie was a young teen. Needless to say it does not hold up well., especially Omar Epps character. Lol



...but Iíll still watch it if itís on.
It's a classic for the times and still very watchable, IMO.
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Deberg_1990 01:08 PM 09-07-2019
Originally Posted by Nzoner:
LOVE that movie!! Major Rane was one bad boy!

Watched this on Netflix about 10 years ago and really enjoyed it. It was probably on your recommendation.
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listopencil 08:58 AM 09-08-2019

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