Duane Thomas

What Is Your Absolute Single Favorite Movie?

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Smokey and The Bandit, seen it a hundred times and can recite every line..lol

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One of my goals, since I am in semi-retirement mode, is to watch all the Clint Eastwood moves. He as so many good ones. I checked Josey Wales off the list last weekend. :)

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57 minutes ago, benos said:

One of my goals, since I am in semi-retirement mode, is to watch all the Clint Eastwood moves. He as so many good ones. I checked Josey Wales off the list last weekend. :)

Don't forget the classics (Casablanca, The Maltese Falcon, and so on) these are the basis for much of the contemporary movies.

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On ‎9‎/‎26‎/‎2016 at 1:13 PM, benos said:

One of my goals, since I am in semi-retirement mode, is to watch all the Clint Eastwood moves. He as so many good ones. I checked Josey Wales off the list last weekend. :)

Thunder bolt & lightfoot is pretty good, Bridges plays brain dead good at the end.

got a cool Buick too.

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That one is on the list. I posted this somewhere... Since I am in semi-retirement mode... On of my main goals is to watch all of Clint Eastwood's movies. He has so many good ones...

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Highlander... watched so many time I was able to do line by line at one point.

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7 hours ago, norbs007 said:

Highlander... watched so many time I was able to do line by line at one point.

such a good movie

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We Are Marshall.

 

Okay, you know that had to be coming. They did "Hollywood-ize" some of the details, but the overall telling of our story did show that the plane crash affected much more than a football program. I can tell you playing on the "Young Thundering Herd" gave us a chance to be a part of the healing process for a school, a town and a community. Still one of the proudest times of my life.

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If I had to pick one...  it would have to be one I've seen a thousand times and still watch.  One that I can start anywhere in the film and not feel tempted to fast forward.  That movie would be Bullitt starring Steve McQueen.

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Agreed! :)

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3 hours ago, Duane Thomas said:

A solid choice. :)

Hey there story man. Nice to see you back. :cheers:

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This is Spinal Tap.

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Tombstone

Seven Samurai

 

 

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Four more rock solid choices! :cheers:

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I'm probably going to be beaten over the head for this, but I love The Rock! I've watched it a thousand times...

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Fight Club

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Totally not in character for this thread, but in character for me:

 

The Sound of Music

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