Discussion in 'Members Zone' started by LatinMind, Feb 1, 2007.
So, you like Gladiator movies?? LOL...
I liked that one, too...
Ahhh, A Few Good Men-- what a great cast that had, and what a great climax to it...
But we part company on the football and baseball movies... for baseball, either The Natural or Bull Durham, probably the latter... for football, it's Necessary Roughness...
remember the titans was my favorite football movie ever - denzel is the man.
Great movie indeed. I liked 'For a Few Dollars More' best of those three. Lee Van Cleef's first part in the series, and Klaus Kiniski too....
Of course, it doesn't have Eli Wallach....
I Caan remember that one...Thanks!
What a great cast.
Shame on you...
O Brother Where Art Thou
The Usual Suspects
Field of Dreams
One day me and the nephew were sitting around the house, looking for something to watch, and Silverado was on one of the movie channels...
"Oh, I don't like westerns", the nephew said, but I made him watch it anyway...
I don't have a hard time getting him to watch westerns any more... in fact, if Tombstone is on, he's sure to be watching it... same with Unforgiven...
when it comes to football movies...i pretty much like them all....but the two I listed are my favorites....Necessary Roughness is hilarious though....the longest yard (both), johnny be good, all the right moves, friday night lights, north dallas forty, best of times, brians song, paper lions, varsity blues, the program, the waterboy, any given sunday
as for baseball....i like the natural and bull durham as well. I also like major league 2, the bad news bears 1 and 2, little big league, rookie of the year, angels in the outfield, the sluggers wife, mr. 3000, blue skies again
I definitely like old movies better.
What we have here, is failure to communicate.
Come on, use that shovel like a spoon. Shag it man.
Dazed and Confused
Star Wars Trilogy (4,5,6)
Indiana Jones Tilogy
Remember the Titans
My Cousin Vinny
I forgot Gladiator also even if he was a Spaniard with an Aussie accent
I had that line set as the error message I'd get when my modem wouldn't connect, back when I had dialup... seemed appropriate to me...
I'm shakin' it, boss...
What's the penalty for grab-assing, again? :lmao2:
Top 10 is tough....in no order
Dumb and Dumber
Monty Python and The Quest for the Holy Grail
Lord of The Rings
Star Wars trilogy (original)
The Breakfast Club
Robin Hood (Yeah, the Disney one where Robin is a fox. I gotta respect the childhood)
It's a Wonderful Life
The Silence of The Lambs
The Guns of Navarrone
Man everytime someone posts a list I see one I forgot.
Holy Grail :bow:
Monty Python in general... a year or so back, I caught an HBO special honoring their work, with the entire cast assembled, except of course the late Graham Chapman, and he was supposedly there in an urn...
It consisted of a series of clips from some of their funniest stuff, and at the end, they brought some lady out to present them with an "award" for their film work... one of the Pythons took the medal, and dropped it into the urn, while John Cleese stepped forward to accept the award on behalf of the cast... what follows isn't an exact quote, but it's close:
"At a moment like this, I think back to the days when we were getting started, trying to find an audience, and I think about what an enormous lift it would have been to receive an award like this.
But there was nothing... not a <bleeping> thing. And now, we're all rich and famous, and you're all creaming your jeans, trying to get next to us"...
At which point I'm on the floor, and one of the other Pythons gently leads Cleese away from the microphone... to me, that's pure Monty Python, inspired insanity...
"Tis but a flesh wound"... :bow:
I love movie lines. Tombstone and Josey Wales have the best ever. Some of my favorites.
"Why Johnny Ringo, I do believe someone just walked over your grave."
"Dyin' ain't much of a living boy."
"Buzzards gotta eat, same as worms."
I never have figured out if I liked Val Kilmer's Doc Holliday best, or Quaid's... I do know that I liked Kevin Costner's Wyatt better than Kurt Russell's, but I've never been a big Russell fan...
Sam Elliott and Bill Paxton were the better Earp brothers...
It was fascinating, having both movies come out so close together, seeing the different approach each took to the legend, even as they used some of the same historical lines...
Both were pretty good movies...
For me Eli Wallach made "The Good, The Bad And The Ugly"...
"One ******* goes in and one ******* comes out"
"I like big fat men like you. When they fall they make more noise!"
"You want to know who you are? Huh? Huh? You don't, I do, everyone does... you're the son of a thousand fathers, all *******s like you."
"If you're gonna shoot, shoot. Don't talk."