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General Chat Thread, Recommend me a film in General; Tropic Thunder was one of my favorites from last year. It's just come out on BlueRay/DVD too....
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    Tropic Thunder was one of my favorites from last year. It's just come out on BlueRay/DVD too.

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    Requiem for a dream
    Goodfellas
    Momento
    Apocalypse Now
    (new) Rambo
    Donny Brasco
    Donny Darko (classic)

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    True Romance, a superb film

    True Romance (1993)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPLTD View Post
    True Romance, a superb film

    True Romance (1993)
    Absolutely got to agree with this one. Brilliant (if a little violent) love story with Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette, written by Quentin Tarantino.

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    Debbie Does Dallas

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    If you want a comedy horror then Evil Dead 2, and then Army of Darkness (Evil Dead 3). Then watch the first one to see the banned version. My all time favourite actor is Bruce Campbell. Waiting for 'My Name Is Bruce' where he sends himself up.

    Bubba Ho-Tep is another good one with him as a retired Elvis trying to destroy an evil Mummy who sucks the souls of the living (in a retirement home) through their backsides. Classic as well.

    Excalibur is very good as well. Merlin is exceptionally well played.

    Iron Man and also the Hulk (new one) where both brilliant and are leading on nicely to the formation of the Avengers (watch Iron Man past the credits). X-Men Origins should see another part added to the hints.

    I just watched Indy IV on DVD. I enjoyed it 100 times more than when I saw it in the Cinema.

    Batman - Dark Night is the dogs whatsits as well.

    Apocalypse Now - Brilliant but long.

    Perhaps re-watch some old classics like Gladiator, Saving Private Ryan, 300, Sin City.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    Debbie Does Dallas
    A classic!

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    Great Idea for a sticky IMO, love my films!

    Some I would say worth a watch -

    Pulp Fiction
    Bad Boys 2 (Will Smith @ his best)
    Platoon
    Enemy at the Gates
    Happy Gilmore (a good laff)
    Sweeny Todd
    schindler's list (if you have the time to watch it lol)
    Street Kings was ok

    I could go on but I think you have enough to keep you going already.

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    I watched Gił la testa last night for first time in about 10 years - had the extra 20 mins in - my review - [ I always review films for my database....sad - you bet ]

    Matt's Review: I decided to watch Sergio Leone's third greatest movie again for the first time in about 10 years. The 20 restored minutes, Leone's obsessive close-ups & Morricone's melodious music make this Mexican revolution film a classic in my eyes. Shame about the crap title - Gił la testa sounds much better.

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    The Punisher (2008)!!!!

    Del Torino lacked... everything :|

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    The original 1974 Gone In 60 Seconds.
    What a car chase.....

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    Sexy Beast - Ben Kingsley is fantastic in this
    Shawshank Redemption
    Green Mile
    Butterfly Effect
    Red Eye

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    Four Brothers is worth a watch too,

    Also the departed and we own the night

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    Shawshank Redemption
    Green Mile
    Butterfly Effect
    Totally agree with these free, they are AMAZING

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    Cloverfield
    Transformers
    Iron Man....
    seriously are you having a laugh with cloverfield, i would put that in the category of "you have just stolen part of my life and i want it back".

    The plot is rubbish a bit like lost, who in there right mind would have keep the camcorder going?

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