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Old 02-22-2018, 01:08 AM
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Fist of legends my favorite jet Li movie
Groundhogs day - my favorite groundhog movie
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Hell or High Water. Think it came out in 2016. Awesome movie not many people saw.

I always recommend Almost Famous to people if you are a fan of 70s rock and music journalism.

Anything by Richard Linklater.
I thought Hell or High Water was probably the best movie Id seen it the last five years at least. I throughly enjoyed it.
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After I made my post, I did a few errands around the house. I went to watch some TV and the movie was on Showtime at that very part. LOL
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After I made my post, I did a few errands around the house. I went to watch some TV and the movie was on Showtime at that very part. LOL


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This is one of those casual conversations I will always get suckered into - I don't care if I had never spoken with the person before in my life. If movies are mentioned, I'm in.

Here would be my recommendations (largely based upon my favorite movies):

The Shawshank Redemption - agreeing with a few of you that this is the best film ever made. Everything is perfect in this movie, and the marriage of all of the aspects is seamless.

Godfather I & II The III is good relative to other movies, but doesn't deserve to be a part of the perfection that is Godfather. The score, the tragedy, just amazing.

It's a Wonderful Life This is a lot of people's family favorite, and it's that contextual and familial feel that make this movie. I literally cannot watch this movie without simply sitting there in tears like a toddler throughout the entire thing. My wife will come in as I will be watching the movie angrily every year, disgusted that I can't make it 5 minutes without crying.

Lawrence of Arabia Still the most interesting character study I've seen on film. It's not for everyone, as I have no problem sitting there for 3+ hours and devouring it.

River Runs Through It There are few movies that I have dwelt on for days after the fact. I remember when I first saw this as a high school student in early 2000s, and I remember mowing the lawn in a state of morose over this movie.

Schindler's List The scene at the end by Liam Neeson is still probably the most powerful scene I have ever seen in movies. I will weep every time.

Rope If I had to pick my favorite Hitchcock movie, this actually wouldn't be it, but I think it's brilliant and different. The extremely long takes in this film give it a feel as though you are there.

On the Waterfront Iconic quotes, Marlon Brando at his peak, great symbolism, and perfect acting.

12 Angry Men Basically everyone needs to see this movie at some point. It's brilliant. One of my favorite quotes in any film
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Juror #9: Now I'm talking here! You have no right to leave this room - !
Juror #8: [calmly stopping him] He can't hear you, and he never will. Let's sit down.


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