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post #31 of 52
Bladerunner.
post #32 of 52
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Originally Posted by m@T
i love Casablanca as much as the next dude, but I wouldnt file it under guy movie. Cool Hand Luke definitely qualifies....

Blaine runs a saloon.

Dresses like a gentleman.

Has throw away lines worthy of James Bond.

Beats the Nazis.

And sacrifices himself for the only woman he loved that she may escape this "crazy world."

Maybe not a "guy's movie," but certainly a "man's movie."

A kid could do worse than pattern himself after Rick Blaine.

lefty
post #33 of 52
Kill Bill (especially Vol. I).
the Terminator series.
007.

Not sure I agree about the Godfather (my wife also loves it, despite the violence).
post #34 of 52
I fear I, like Huntsman, am out of touch so I will just keep reading. Post away, people
post #35 of 52
Johnny Guitar, is another favorite of mine.
post #36 of 52
The Great Escape
This Is Spinal Tap
The French Connection
Planes, Trains, & Automobiles (actually, just about any classic John Candy or Bill Murray comedy)
The Blues Brothers
The Bad News Bears
The Longest Yard
post #37 of 52
Swingers - top notch
Field of Dreams - a man doing something completely irrational to others but he thinks its right - and it is.
Payback


GQ Geek - not trying to start an internet flame war, but you have some insecurity issues. I like the movie too, but saw it as an example of petty, screwed-up people doing very petty, screwed-up things to each other.
post #38 of 52
My two would be:

- Dirty Harry

- Reservoir Dogs - I've always thought that this movie provides an excellent example of how guys talk when there are no women around - maybe not in the "Tarantino cool" dialogue, but with the same sentiments.
post #39 of 52
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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan
Swingers - top notch
Field of Dreams - a man doing something completely irrational to others but he thinks its right - and it is.
Payback


GQ Geek - not trying to start an internet flame war, but you have some insecurity issues. I like the movie too, but saw it as an example of petty, screwed-up people doing very petty, screwed-up things to each other.

Nice call on Field of Dreams.

And bang on with your last comment.

It was were I was going with the thought that kids should emulate some of the nobler screen characters.

lefty
post #40 of 52
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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan
GQ Geek - not trying to start an internet flame war, but you have some insecurity issues. I like the movie too, but saw it as an example of petty, screwed-up people doing very petty, screwed-up things to each other.

Everybody has insecurity issues and I won't deny that I occasionally act on them. Anyone that says they're completely confident, all the time, in every situation, is lying. However, insecurity had nothing to do with this particular situation.

As for the movie and Clive Owen's character in particular, how would you expect him to react to the fact that his wife had been fucking another guy for a year? Or are you a saint? Anyhow, I've now been up for 30 hours and it's time to go home because i'm having trouble completing my thoughts.
post #41 of 52
Does The Jerk count? I've never known any female that liked this movie. And of course, Animal House Caddyshack and, admittedly, that guy
post #42 of 52
Fight Club "So, how's that working out for ya?" "What?" "Being clever." "Great." "Then keep it up. Now, a question of etiquette; as I pass, do I give you the ass or the crotch?" Full Metal Jacket "I am going to motivate you, Pyle, if it shortdicks every cannibal in the Congo!" Team America [Outtake] Gary: "That's it! I'm leaving." Spotteswood: "No, Gary, don't go. We need you more than ever!" Gary: "But everybody hates us." Spotteswood: "Hey, now, everybody hated Winnie the Pooh too." Gary: "No they didn't!" Spotteswood: "Well I did. That cocksucking bear killed Jack Kennedy!"
post #43 of 52
Winnie the Pooh
post #44 of 52
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Originally Posted by johnapril
Winnie the Pooh

Haven't read that one in a few decades.
post #45 of 52
The Road Warrior

"My life fades. The vision dims. All that remains are memories. I remember a time of chaos ..."

Am I the only one here who thinks this among the greatest of all films?
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