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RedCottonPony HGTD'd the thread :confused:, but the thread was good.

So, post up . . . Great movies that don't get enough attention

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  • TheRedHorseman
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    #1Great movies that don't get enough attention

    6 hours ago
    I'll start:


    Killer sheep, Evil Dead style comedy-gore, and sheep shagging, did I mention it's from New Zealand? Hilarious

    What else?
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    #2
    6 hours ago
    Lucky Number Slevin (2006)


    America is all about speed, hot nasty bad ass speed.
    -Elenore Roosevelt

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    #3
    6 hours ago
    Originally posted by Austin View Post
    Lucky Number Slevin (2006)


    That was a fun one, I could have sworn it was a Guy Ritchie flick though.

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    #4
    6 hours ago
    Swiss Army Man.... stupid funny when having a drink.


    woods
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    #5
    6 hours ago
    The Hunley (1999)


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    #6
    6 hours ago

    Tucker & Dale vs Evil - Trailer - YouTube
    https://youtu.be
    Shaun of the Dead meets Texas Chainsaw Massacre in this gory comedy about two southern guys mistaken for hillbilly psychos by a group of college kids. As the...


    woods
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    #7
    6 hours ago
    That Tucker and Dale one was just, terrible. :laughing:

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    #8
    6 hours ago
    Blazing saddles

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    #9
    6 hours ago
    Originally posted by DWT View Post
    Blazing saddles
    There is zero chance that it would be made in today’s climate.


    Still a great movie.

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    #10
    6 hours ago
    Originally posted by DWT View Post
    Blazing saddles
    Ya know, I've never seen it. :homer:

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    #11
    5 hours ago
    Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels


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    #12
    5 hours ago


    Big Trouble (2002) - IMDb
    https://www.imdb.com
    Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. With Tim Allen, Rene Russo, Stanley Tucci, Tom Sizemore. The lives of several Miami denizens, from ad agents to gunrunners to street thugs to law enforcement to school-children, intersect with humorous and dangerous results.

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    #13
    5 hours ago
    Originally posted by woods View Post
    Ya know, I've never seen it. :homer:
    Do it. If you can't find it streaming somewhere I'll mail you my DVD to watch it.

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    #14
    5 hours ago
    Originally posted by DWT View Post
    Do it. If you can't find it streaming somewhere I'll mail you my DVD to watch it.
    Pretty sure Hulu or Netflix has it. Watched on one of those not too long ago.

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    #15
    5 hours ago
    Originally posted by DWT View Post
    Do it. If you can't find it streaming somewhere I'll mail you my DVD to watch it.
    I'm sure I'll be able to find it, but thanks. :)

    I honestly don't watch many movies anymore. When I used to play some "lazier" PC games, I'd have something going on. But what I've been playing lately require full attention. Iunno, maybe I'll pop it in this weekend.
 
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    #16
    5 hours ago
    Originally posted by Aggie06 View Post
    Pretty sure Hulu or Netflix has it. Watched on one of those not too long ago.
    Hulu removed the original version.

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    #17
    5 hours ago
    Originally posted by Roktoy829 View Post
    Hulu removed the original version.
    Not shocked. It’s probably been a few months since I watched it.

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    #18
    5 hours ago
    Originally posted by woods View Post
    That Tucker and Dale one was just, terrible. :laughing:
    Terribly AWESOME! :laughing:


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    #19
    5 hours ago
    Originally posted by DWT View Post
    Blazing saddles
    A classic for sure but I'm not sure if it qualifies as not getting enough attention.

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    #20
    5 hours ago
    El Mariachi

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7lpjP-T97o

    Or the remake
    Desperado - Antonio Banderas


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1Fda82oxcc

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    #21
    5 hours ago
    Originally posted by TheRedHorseman View Post
    A classic for sure but I'm not sure if it qualifies as not getting enough attention.
    It's one of those movies that is awesome in it's own right but nobody under about 30 has ever heard of it and if many saw it they'd lose their shit one way or another.

    It's like idiocracy in it's profound honesty to me anyway.

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    #22
    5 hours ago
    Air America

    "Wild dog to base - Fuck off"

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    #23
    5 hours ago
    I like alot of the older movies like the original cannon ball run. Or it's a crazy crazy world.

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    #24
    5 hours ago
    Strange Wilderness and Hot Rod :flipoff2:

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    #25
    5 hours ago
    Originally posted by TheRedHorseman View Post
    A classic for sure but I'm not sure if it qualifies as not getting enough attention.
    Good luck finding it, or any of the Mel Brooks originals.

    Monty Pythons flying Circus is probably the same.

    As is the Benny Hill show....................................great, now I have the Benny Hill show theme playing in my head

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    #26
    5 hours ago
    Two Lane Blacktop............Eat My Dust...........Dirty Larry Crazy Mary...........

    Dating myself here. And YES, pretty sure I watched them all at a drive in.

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    5 hours ago
    Ron Howard film with Micheal Keaton about japanese takeover of a US auto factory. Not a popular movie at the time it was released (1986) because of what was happening in the US auto industry but IMHO it is a good watch.

    https://irate4x4.com/filedata/fetch?id=129416&d=1599853504


    I also like this one, decent message, entertaining, and made me want to get a land rover.
    https://irate4x4.com/filedata/fetch?id=129417&d=1599853639
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    5 hours ago
    Appropriate given the current conditions on the west coast. Just watched it the other day.

    Firestorm starring Howie Long
    1992 YJ Unlimited +
    Tons, 40s and stuff

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    #29
    5 hours ago
    Originally posted by 92 Green YJ View Post
    Firestorm starring Howie Long
    Probably the one of the six movies worse than Tucker and Dale or whatever movie that was. :laughing:

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    #30
    5 hours ago
    Chuck & Buck




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      #31
      1 day ago
      Of the several moronic movie trailers posted in this thread, this is the only one that seems a bit funny. I will probably watch the next time I'm bored.

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      Naked Lunch




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      #33
      1 day ago
      Originally posted by bigun View Post
      El Mariachi

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7lpjP-T97o

      Or the remake
      Desperado - Antonio Banderas


      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1Fda82oxcc
      there is a 3rd one in that series, isn't there? or I'm thinking of something else
      Up is difficult, down is dangerous

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      https://irate4x4.com/filedata/fetch?id=129460&d=1599854902

      Look, a baby wolf!

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      #35
      1 day ago
      If you need a funny-feel good movie watch Peanut Butter Falcon. I say it doesnt get enough attention because it never made it to the theaters and I never heard about it till last week. Pretty funny.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNl9...l=RoadsideFlix

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      #36
      1 day ago
      Originally posted by Provience View Post
      there is a 3rd one in that series, isn't there? or I'm thinking of something else
      Once upon a time in Mexico?

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      #37
      1 day ago
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      Great watch, watch it. I've seen it on Prime and Netflix at times. British solider is deployed to Ireland when shit was popping off, gets separated from his unit in the streets, then the shit begins.


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      #38
      1 day ago
      Originally posted by Void_of_Light View Post
      Once upon a time in Mexico?
      Yes. With Johnny Depp. Saw it in the theater and thought it sucked... Love Desperado though.

      Was gonna mention Peanut Butter Falcon as well, great feel-good movie, much needed these days.

      I'll nominate The World's Fasted Indian. Love this movie.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02Yy1vihIKs
      Last edited by Welby; 1 day ago.

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      #39
      1 day ago
      Blue Ruin


      Another good thriller/suspense watch. Dude seeks revenge for the murder of his parents when he learns the killer has been released from prison, but he's just a normal dude not very good at violence.



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      1 day ago
      RAN from Akira Kurosawa.

      It is the Japanese version of King Lear. Yes...it is all in Jap so it has subtitles, but it is AMAZE-BALLS. Problem is, that kinda like the Good, The Bad and The Ugly or 2001...it is BEST seen on the big screen. The violence and battle scenes are insane. Made in the 80's, so some of the special effects are meh...but it is still an amazing film.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbbfDntoRRk


      Another one for me is the Maltese Falcon. That film Noir stuff out of the late 30's and 40's is just cool IMO.



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      #41
      1 day ago
      Originally posted by Austin View Post
      Lucky Number Slevin (2006)


      I liked that one, totally forgot about it though. Might have to re-watch it.

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      23 hours ago


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      #43
      23 hours ago
      Originally posted by bigun View Post
      El Mariachi

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7lpjP-T97o

      Or the remake
      Desperado - Antonio Banderas


      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1Fda82oxcc
      Good Movies, I think that is actually part one and two, not a remake. If you look at the credits from the first movie, El mariachi the dude made it with mostly family members on like a tiny budget.
      Second movie, yeah they got a budget, cept I don't care much for Johnny Depp.



      WILD HOGS!


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      23 hours ago
      The original National Lampoon Vacation. Full of hilarious shit that is easily missed.

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      #45
      23 hours ago
      I though this one was decent as well.

      American assasin.

 
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  • bigun
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    #46
    1 day ago
    Originally posted by Provience View Post
    there is a 3rd one in that series, isn't there? or I'm thinking of something else
    Third one was Once Apon A time in Mexico


    I had been having a bad day when I walked into the video store on the mountain where I was living and told the owner I needed a movie with little or no redeeming value, but that was full of gratuitous violence, so she handed me Desperado Bought a burger at Burger Boy and the cat and I vegged for the night

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    #47
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    Originally posted by Tiha View Post
    Good Movies, I think that is actually part one and two, not a remake. If you look at the credits from the first movie, El mariachi the dude made it with mostly family members on like a tiny budget.
    Second movie, yeah they got a budget, cept I don't care much for Johnny Depp.



    WILD HOGS!


    Serenity.



    Depp was in Once Apon a time in Mexico, and I totally agree it was a movie that didn't need to be made

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    #48
    1 day ago
    Crazy Heart


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    #49
    1 day ago
    Originally posted by larboc View Post
    I also like this one, decent message, entertaining, and made me want to get a land rover.
    https://irate4x4.com/filedata/fetch?id=129417&d=1599853639
    loved that movie as a kid. Tried to get the 10 year old to watch it and he was bored in 2 minutes. Can’t find anything to identify with.








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    #50
    1 day ago
    I like trippy psychotic movies that bend the ol brain.

    https://youtu.be/RQUdbvUVfgE

    https://youtu.be/w_xXzRl0-sc


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    #51
    1 day ago
    Sex Drive
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1135985/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

    Grandmas boy
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0456554/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

    Fanboys (Star Wars fans only)
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0489049/?ref_=fn_al_tt_2





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    #52
    1 day ago
    Originally posted by JR4X View Post
    I like trippy psychotic movies that bend the ol brain.


    People forget about Donnie Darko

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    #53
    1 day ago
    Originally posted by JR4X View Post
    loved that movie as a kid. Tried to get the 10 year old to watch it and he was bored in 2 minutes. Can’t find anything to identify with.







    Loved that movie laughed my ass off. Peter H Capstick a white hunter turner writer had picture years after the movie and the little guy was wearing a T shirt from some communist revolutionary group in Africa that someone had given him
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    #54
    1 day ago
    Originally posted by grumpy356 View Post
    People forget about Donnie Darko

    Me and my chick just watched that movie weekend before last. Killer movie!

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    #55
    1 day ago
    ”7 lbs”
    With Will Smith was a movie I really liked that didn’t seem to really get noticed.
    subject matter is close to my heart and probably played a significant role in my enjoyment.

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    #56
    1 day ago
    Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada

    The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada (2005) - IMDb
    https://m.imdb.com
    Directed by Tommy Lee Jones. With Tommy Lee Jones, Barry Pepper, Dwight Yoakam, January Jones. Ranch foreman Pete Perkins looks to fulfill the promise to his recently deceased best friend by burying him in his hometown in Mexico.

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    #57
    1 day ago
    Open Range - Probably my favorite modern western

    Open Range (2003) - IMDb
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    Directed by Kevin Costner. With Kevin Costner, Robert Duvall, Diego Luna, Abraham Benrubi. A former gunslinger is forced to take up arms again when he and his cattle crew are threatened by a corrupt lawman.

    What?
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    What about Bob?

    https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0103241/

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    Black Sea

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    #60
    20 hours ago
    Salton Sea.

    Kick ass movie about a guy getting revenge on the people that killed his wife. :smokin:
 
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    #61
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    Bubba Ho-Tep



    If you dig Bruce Campbell's movies, check it out :smokin:
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    Seven Psychopaths. Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell, Woody Harrelson, Tom Waits, some others. I just watched it again a few days ago, the first time through you probably won't catch everything but the little details and a lot of the dialogue is just fucking great. It's on Amazon Prime for free if you have that.

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    #63
    13 hours ago
    Originally posted by Aggie06 View Post
    Open Range - Probably my favorite modern western
    Very good movie, loved it
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    #64
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    Ronin. Features perhaps the best car chase scenes of all time and a great cast to go along with it.
    Whenever there is doubt, there is no doubt.

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    13 hours ago
    Raising Arizona

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    #66
    12 hours ago
    Originally posted by scooter2374 View Post
    Ronin. Features perhaps the best car chase scenes of all time and a great cast to go along with it.
    Great movie! If I'm misremembering right, they used F1 drivers for the chase scenes (all practical, no CGI fuckery).
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    #67
    11 hours ago
    The Spikes Gang- Lee Marvin, Ron Howard, some others. Any of the Trinty movies. Will Penny. Evil Roy Slade. Original Monty Wash. The Last Hard Men-not the porn- Charlton Heston. And many more.

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    #68
    10 hours ago
    Not great, but entertaining in a coyote/roadrunner way and, well... Ann-Margret
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Villain_(1979_film)

    The Villain is a 1979 American Metrocolor Western comedy film directed by Hal Needham and starring Kirk Douglas, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ann-Margret, Paul Lynde, Foster Brooks, Strother Martin, Ruth Buzzi, Jack Elam, and Mel Tillis. It is a parody blend of western films and Warner Bros.' Wile E. Coyote cartoons.

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    #69
    9 hours ago
    Originally posted by ExWrench View Post
    Bubba Ho-Tep



    If you dig Bruce Campbell's movies, check it out :smokin:
    I almost posted that one but figured I'd get made fun of. Hands down the weirdest movie I've seen.

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    Ballad of Buster Scruggs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2PyxzSH1HM Coen brothers movie

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    David lynch movies.




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    #72
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    Originally posted by larboc View Post

    I also like this one, decent message, entertaining, and made me want to get a land rover.
    https://irate4x4.com/filedata/fetch?id=129417&d=1599853639
    One of the best movies ever made. I loved that movie as a kid, and finally got the message of it in my 30's.

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    Debbie does Dallas:flipoff2:
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    The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) - IMDb
    https://m.imdb.com
    Directed by David Lean. With William Holden, Alec Guinness, Jack Hawkins, Sessue Hayakawa. British POWs are forced to build a railway bridge across the river Kwai for their Japanese captors, not knowing that the allied forces are planning to destroy it.

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    Slap Shot, the original Rollerball, Porkys, some of the old down south moonshine movies, Gator, the one about Junior Johnson, pretty campy, but Thunder and Lightning. An old Eastwood film, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot.


    Mystery Alaska, mainly because it is the only movie I can think of with the "Zamboni" song and a guy almost getting a ticket for driving a zamboni drunk...........
 
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    Alone in the wilderness, a documentary about that dick proenneke dude that built a cabin by hand up in Alaska and proceeded to live off of the land
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    Emperor of the North

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0070030/
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    #78
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    Originally posted by NakedJeep View Post
    Not great, but entertaining in a coyote/roadrunner way and, well... Ann-Margret
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Villain_(1979_film)

    ns.
    Ok, posting Wiki stuff to this board is a mistake, you should see the code that came from the quote :lmao:

    But in a thread filled with well-known movies, I had no idea this existed. :beer:



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    #79
    3 hours ago
    Originally posted by ridenby View Post
    . . . Any of the Trinty movies. . . .
    X2 :beer:

    The copies I had on VHS were better than the ones I have now on DVD, sadly :frown:


    Originally posted by larboc View Post
    I almost posted that one but figured I'd get made fun of. Hands down the weirdest movie I've seen.
    Yeah, but some of the lines in Bubba Ho-Tep are freakin' hilarious :laughing:

    The heat would come from those who don't appreciate dialogue.


    :idea: - OK, here's a great but obscure one: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead



    Simpletons, please express your hate multi-syllabically if possible :flipoff2:
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    #80
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    Originally posted by Elwenil View Post
    Emperor of the North

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0070030/
    Quality. :beer: I love Lee Marvin, he is such a badass. Lee Marvin was on Saipan in WWII. We used to have such badass Actors.

    Death Hunt, one of the greatest films ever made.

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082247/

    And if we're talking about films with old tough guys that don't get much showing today, how about the greatest Western ever made

    The Wild Bunch
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0065214/

    And, since I mentioned one of 10,000 films with him in it, Ernest Borgnine won the first Palm d'Or at the Cannes film festival for Marty

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0048356/

    Once you see Borgnine in Marty or The Wild Bunch, it totally revamps all of those cheesy 1970s roles he did including Convoy.

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077369/

    You realize that Dirty Lyle Wallace was actually toned down so that Kris Kristopherson and Allie McGraw aren't totally overshadowed by Borgnine.

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    Originally posted by woods View Post
    Ya know, I've never seen it. :homer:
    Shame on you.
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    Originally posted by CJ503 View Post
    Two Lane Blacktop............Eat My Dust...........Dirty Larry Crazy Mary...........

    Dating myself here. And YES, pretty sure I watched them all at a drive in.
    Dirty Larry Crazy Mary.............................................. .... I really liked that movie. Susan George gave me that funny feeling in my pants. :grinpimp:


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    Elvira Mistress of the Dark. Great campy style humor and lots of double entendres.
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    Originally posted by SanDiegoCJ View Post
    Dirty Larry Crazy Mary.............................................. .... I really liked that movie. Susan George gave me that funny feeling in my pants. :grinpimp:

    That's poop, Gary, get to the bathroom.

. . . welp, that's all that was in Google cached pages.
Had to put 'em in quotes to avoid "post too long" error.
Sadly, that drops the quotes within the "quote" :frown:

If someone mod-ish un-HGTDs the original thread, I can delete this one.
 
Thank you for resurrecting this. Tons of win in this thread.

Totally building my winter watch list.
 
Scorched. Three bank employees try to rob the bank on the same night. Each doesn't know the others are trying to rob it.
 
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. . . welp, that's all that was in Google cached pages.
Had to put 'em in quotes to avoid "post too long" error.
Sadly, that drops the quotes within the "quote" :frown:

If someone mod-ish un-HGTDs the original thread, I can delete this one.

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French version of intouchables is pretty good if you like comedy and friendship movies and don't mind subtitles or know french,
 
War Eagle, Arkansas is another friendship/comedy movie that is gold.

Favorite quote: "I'd crawl naked through a briar patch to sniff the tracks of the truck that took her panties to the laundry."
 
From the golden age of practical effects, it's a cult film but one of the least-followed of the bunch, and one of the best ones except for The Thing.

The Howling.

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MUCH better than An American Werewolf in London

Also, From Beyond and Reanimator (more popular).
 
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This was the best movie i watched last year. Fucking great movie

Mandy



I also like pretty much love every thing S. Craig Zahler has made

Bone Tomahawk (which is possibly one of the best movies made in the last 10 years)



Brawl in Cell Block 99



Dragged Across Concrete



Yes on Mandy...
 
This was the best movie i watched last year. Fucking great movie

Mandy



I also like pretty much love every thing S. Craig Zahler has made

Bone Tomahawk (which is possibly one of the best movies made in the last 10 years)



Brawl in Cell Block 99



Dragged Across Concrete



Bone tomahawk :smokin:
 
"Kenny" -



Fake documentary about an Australian dude who runs a portajohn/pumper business. Accent takes a little getting used to but even just the first two minutes made me laugh.
 
Bone tomahawk :smokin:

Zahler did Dragged, Tomahawk, and Cell Block 99.

In Cell Block 99, there is a scene where Vince Vaughn uses his foot to drag the face of an Asian inmate across the cell block floor, which takes the skin off to the bone. The next film is Dragged Across Concrete.

The thing about Cell Block 99 is that only an Asian or mongoloid would have their face ripped off being dragged across the floor. Negroids or Caucasoids would only have part of their face ripped off.

How Zahler got away with this is beyond me. But Brawl in Cell Block 99 is my favorite of his 3 by far.

Bone Tomahawk has one of the most brutal execution scenes put on major film. The quickness and severity of it are what most filmmakers are forced to hide.

Again, how Zahler got away with this is a mystery.
 
Charlie Wilson's War has always been one of my personal favorites.
 
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