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Old 01-29-2009, 03:52 AM   #21
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1. Gone With the Wind
2. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
3. Any John Wayne movie ever made~ Rio Bravo, and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon..would be my 2 favorites.
4. Casablanca
5. The Princess Bride
6. Patton
I can never seem to narrow it down to just 3 lol..sorry.


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Old 01-29-2009, 08:55 AM   #22
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i gave three already, but i have to add to my list



Any old western starring Clint Eastwood...including Unforgiven(not old, but very good)
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Old 01-29-2009, 09:10 AM   #23
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Goodfellas

Forest Gump

Any movie with Clint Eastwood, but if I have to pick one.....Unforgiven
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I love Unforgiven. Clint Eastwood is a true american badass. I remember going to my paps after school and usually at 8 years old you would be watching smurfs and care bears but my pap was always watching gun slinging westerns. I guess thats what ya get from a WW2 vet and Card carrying NRA member. Wow i loved that guy.
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I love Unforgiven. Clint Eastwood is a true american badass. I remember going to my paps after school and usually at 8 years old you would be watching smurfs and care bears but my pap was always watching gun slinging westerns. I guess thats what ya get from a WW2 vet and Card carrying NRA member. Wow i loved that guy.
Sounds much like my dad. He was a WW2 vet. and was always watching war movies and westerns...that is what I grew up watching...football, westerns and war movies.
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Sounds much like my dad. He was a WW2 vet. and was always watching war movies and westerns...that is what I grew up watching...football, westerns and war movies.
Patton and Mash all day long.
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Patton and Mash all day long.
2 of my FAVORITES!! I have a MASH t shirt I bought at a comic book convention this Fall. I was so happy I spotted it.

Patton( one of the best movies ever made...George C Scott is magnificent in that role..PERFECT), Saving Private Ryan, Operation Pacific, Back to Baatan..the list goes on.
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I still have a lot of the original Mash Figures and Vehicles i have been saving since i was 12. Do you know how hard it is for a 12 yr old to not open a action figure.
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The Green Mile
Shawshank Redemption
The Godfather
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Dark Knight (that movie is awesome!)

A Few Good Men (one of the funniest non-comedies I've watched in ages)

Braveheart is another movie I know I can watch over and over again. Great battle scenes, plenty of humour (especially the Irishman) sprinkled in...all in all a good time.

There are a lot of other movies I could easily include and not fee like I've been let down.

Wedding Singer, 50 First Dates, Varsity Blues, Batman Begins, The Program, the last Die Hard movies (especially the last one), any of the Lethal Weapon movies...
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