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      Re: Favourite Movie Scenes
      Reply #30: Aug 08, 2010 02:47:09 pm
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      Reply #32: Aug 31, 2010 01:51:49 pm
      The Wanderers classroom scene with the insults between the gangs.

      Classic Scene - The Wanderers

      Classic.
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      Reply #33: Aug 31, 2010 03:58:43 pm
      The Wanderers classroom scene with the insults between the gangs.

      Classic Scene - The Wanderers

      Classic.

      It's the end where Stitch rattles off some of the names the Italians missed that really brings it home. Shows just how pathetic racism is. Whole film is quality and it's fantastic to see at the end where all races join together to take on the "Ducky Boys".
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      Reply #34: Aug 31, 2010 04:42:09 pm
      The Wanderers classroom scene with the insults between the gangs.

      Classic Scene - The Wanderers

      Classic.

      Great Movie , the high school at the begining is Columbus H.S. , my father went there. All those gangs really existed, except The Wanderers. The Fordham Baldies, Ducky Boys the Wong's were all real gangs. That's really what it was like in the Bronx back in the 60's.
      Most of the movie was filmed in our neighborhood.
      Like when they were "bumping" into the girls to cop a feel, that was on Lydig Ave. The Army recruiting shack was and still is on Fordham Rd and Webster Ave. The scene where they tied the rocks to there cocks and threw the rocks in the river , hilarious, was in NY Botanical Gardens. The bridge is still there.
      One of my favorite movies
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      Reply #35: Aug 31, 2010 09:04:02 pm
      Seriously one of the best finales to a film


      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XP9cfQx2OZY
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      Reply #36: Aug 31, 2010 11:38:14 pm
      The Wanderers reminded me of The Warriors:

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      Reply #37: Sep 01, 2010 02:21:58 am
      Seriously one of the best finales to a film


      No, I disagree, IT IS the BEST ending to a film ever ;)

      I was just gonna post it and you beat me too it
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      Reply #38: Sep 01, 2010 05:22:40 am
      No, I disagree, IT IS the BEST ending to a film ever ;)

      I was just gonna post it and you beat me too it

      Seconded!

      As i have said in another thread somwehre, this is the film that first inspired me into thinking i wanted to be involved in creating films.
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      Reply #39: Sep 01, 2010 10:00:22 am
      It's the end where Stitch rattles off some of the names the Italians missed that really brings it home. Shows just how pathetic racism is. Whole film is quality and it's fantastic to see at the end where all races join together to take on the "Ducky Boys".

      I agree - one of my all time favourites films and as Dexter said reminds me of "The Warriors" another excellent film. Some brilliant characters and a brilliant ending.


      Great Movie , the high school at the begining is Columbus H.S. , my father went there. All those gangs really existed, except The Wanderers. The Fordham Baldies, Ducky Boys the Wong's were all real gangs. That's really what it was like in the Bronx back in the 60's.
      Most of the movie was filmed in our neighborhood.
      Like when they were "bumping" into the girls to cop a feel, that was on Lydig Ave. The Army recruiting shack was and still is on Fordham Rd and Webster Ave. The scene where they tied the rocks to there cocks and threw the rocks in the river , hilarious, was in NY Botanical Gardens. The bridge is still there.
      One of my favorite movies

      Mate that is some excellent info, makes it even better to me now knowing the writers must have based it loosely on some kind of real events anyway.

      Did your old man say the "The Ducky Boys" were the main gang number wise anyway...??
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      Reply #40: Sep 01, 2010 12:14:59 pm

      Did your old man say the "The Ducky Boys" were the main gang number wise anyway...??

      The Ducky Boys terrirory was in an area known as West Farms, a little south of the Fordham Baldies territoty, and were also known as the "West Farm Boys". I dont know about numbers , but they were well known and feared. Other gangs rarely fu**ed with them , especially on their own turf. It was just an area you wouldnt go into unless you were looking for trouble.

      In real life there was no big rumble with all the gangs getting together to fight them, that was kinda Hollywood. But the rest of the movie was very accurate . Most of the gangs in the early 60's would generally "patrol" their own neighborhoods. There were dozens of gangs back then, and they fought with fists, chains, bats and knives and would actually make rules on which weapons were allowed at a particular rumble. 

      Today they just all shoot to kill, times have changed.
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      Reply #41: Sep 01, 2010 12:39:26 pm
      The Wanderers reminded me of The Warriors:


      "Warriors come out and plaaaaaaay"

      Another great one. I think they both actually came out the same year , like 78 or 79.
       I like "The Wanderers"  better, it was more about what life was like growin up back then. Not just the gangs, but even in the "bowling alley" scene and that poor suckers fingers . Sh*t like that really happened.
       Whereas "The Warriors" was just like one gangs trek on one particular night.

      Both quality though
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      Reply #42: Sep 01, 2010 01:57:46 pm
      The Ducky Boys terrirory was in an area known as West Farms, a little south of the Fordham Baldies territoty, and were also known as the "West Farm Boys". I dont know about numbers , but they were well known and feared. Other gangs rarely fu**ed with them , especially on their own turf. It was just an area you wouldnt go into unless you were looking for trouble.

      In real life there was no big rumble with all the gangs getting together to fight them, that was kinda Hollywood. But the rest of the movie was very accurate . Most of the gangs in the early 60's would generally "patrol" their own neighborhoods. There were dozens of gangs back then, and they fought with fists, chains, bats and knives and would actually make rules on which weapons were allowed at a particular rumble. 

      Today they just all shoot to kill, times have changed.

      Cheers mate - top stuff.
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      Reply #43: Sep 04, 2010 06:09:28 pm
      Best Moustache Movie Ever  ;D

       
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      Reply #44: Sep 04, 2010 08:00:13 pm
      Classic scene from the film that saw Marlon Brando in his first Oscar winning performance, not sure if anyone watched it - On The Waterfront.

      "You don't understand! I coulda had class! I coulda been a been contender, I coulda been somebody... instead of a bum, which is what I am, let's face it. It was you, Charlie."

      I Could Have Been A Contender

      Brilliant scene, Robert DeNiro also say those lines in The Ragging Bull.

      Raging Bull - On the Waterfront Monologue
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      Reply #45: Sep 04, 2010 08:18:35 pm

      Ha ha quality that and a cracking film as well.

      Vil Kilmer is f**king brilliant as Doc Holliday too
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      Reply #46: Sep 04, 2010 08:28:35 pm
      Saving Private Ryan - the beach landing at Normandy . I remember seein it for the first time at the movies and i almost went into sensory overload . Rarely has the sheer brutality of war been caught on film truthfully as here . The utter waste of human life in that scene almost brought me to tears , i was that overwhelmed .
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      Reply #47: Sep 04, 2010 08:40:17 pm

      Vil Kilmer is f**king brilliant as Doc Holliday too

      Hell yeah!!

      Then I'm sure you'll enjoy this

      My favorite scenes from Tombstone of Doc Holliday
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      Reply #48: Sep 04, 2010 08:46:33 pm
      Classic scene from the film that saw Marlon Brando in his first Oscar winning performance, not sure if anyone watched it - On The Waterfront.

      "You don't understand! I coulda had class! I coulda been a been contender, I coulda been somebody... instead of a bum, which is what I am, let's face it. It was you, Charlie."

      Great!!

      Saving Private Ryan - the beach landing at Normandy . I remember seein it for the first time at the movies and i almost went into sensory overload . Rarely has the sheer brutality of war been caught on film truthfully as here . The utter waste of human life in that scene almost brought me to tears , i was that overwhelmed .

      So True


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      Reply #49: Sep 04, 2010 10:48:57 pm
      No, I disagree, IT IS the BEST ending to a film ever ;)

      I was just gonna post it and you beat me too it
      Cracking film, Eli wallach is brilliant, "hey blondie you son of a bi*ch" clint ace as always.
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      Reply #50: Sep 04, 2010 11:33:33 pm


      Thanks for puttin that link up , Val Kilmer owned that movie . I must've watched Tombstone at least a dozen times . Love it ;)
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      Reply #51: Sep 05, 2010 09:39:47 am
      Just watching Animal House again, classic film and has so many of my favorite comedy moments :D

      This just cracks me up every time :D

      Classic Belushi - Animal House

      And then just thinking about old classics reminded me of this scene from Caddyshack - i love Bill Murray :D

      Caddyshack Cinderella Man
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      Reply #52: Sep 13, 2010 04:01:58 am
      Love this whole bit from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas :D Crack up.

      Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - The Hotel
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      Reply #53: Sep 18, 2010 01:36:47 am
      Fantastic movie that Dave!


      From American Psycho:
      GREAT SCENE - American Psycho

      Stadium scene from El secreto de sus ojos(no subtitles unfortunately):
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      Reply #54: Sep 18, 2010 02:32:27 am
      Love this whole bit from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas :D Crack up.

      Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - The Hotel

      Never saw the film but the book is a personal favorite... good idea, put the film in my list ;D
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      Reply #55: Sep 18, 2010 02:35:10 am
      That's blasphemy Diego, go watch it now! :laugh:
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      Reply #56: Sep 19, 2010 05:59:12 am
      Yes Diego, go forth and watch now, that is an order! :D

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      Reply #57: Sep 19, 2010 05:07:43 pm
      I was just about to post that exact scene from American Psycho Dexter!

      Christian Bale is magnificent in that film. Absolutely perfect.
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      Reply #58: Sep 19, 2010 05:13:20 pm
      Sharon Stone gratuitous beaver shot in Basic Instinct.  :o

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      Reply #59: Sep 19, 2010 06:37:55 pm
      I was just about to post that exact scene from American Psycho Dexter!

      Christian Bale is magnificent in that film. Absolutely perfect.
      I dressed up like him in that scene for a Halloween party 3 years ago. The suit, see through rain coat, an axe and sigars. I even had some Partick Bateman business cards, it was awesome. :laugh: Everytime someone asked me who I was I gave them a business card. :lmao:
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