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      Classic must see movies you may have missed.

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      Classic must see movies you may have missed.
      Jun 02, 2016 05:55:44 pm
      As im 38 now, and have an almost 13 and almost 17 year old boys that are always looking for movies to watch, I frequently find myself being asked for suggestions.
      There has been a lot of films I've enjoyed growing up, and its likely that some of our younger members will not have heard of a lot of them, and will have missed some cracking shows.
      One which instantly springs to mind is My cousin Vinny. Literally one of the funniest shows of all time.


      In this scene Vinny a lawyer and cousin of one of the prisoners ( the one sleeping) meets his clients in their cell. The guy thinks it is the prison "Mr Big" thats "in with the warden, coming to rape them, absolutely brilliant scene!

      http://youtu.be/2-FvDteymnM
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      Re: Classic must see movies you may have missed.
      Reply #1: Jul 08, 2016 01:03:04 pm
      Dogma OR... a classic and your lads should love it.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_1old1orj0
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      Re: Classic must see movies you may have missed.
      Reply #2: Jul 24, 2016 12:11:23 pm
      As im 38 now, and have an almost 13 and almost 17 year old boys that are always looking for movies to watch, I frequently find myself being asked for suggestions.
      There has been a lot of films I've enjoyed growing up, and its likely that some of our younger members will not have heard of a lot of them, and will have missed some cracking shows.
      One which instantly springs to mind is My cousin Vinny. Literally one of the funniest shows of all time.


      In this scene Vinny a lawyer and cousin of one of the prisoners ( the one sleeping) meets his clients in their cell. The guy thinks it is the prison "Mr Big" thats "in with the warden, coming to rape them, absolutely brilliant scene!

      http://youtu.be/2-FvDteymnM

      They're at the age where they can begin to watch "Good" film.

      Godfather is a staple. Should be watched. I would also recommend Goodfellas and Casino for your 17 yr old. But not for the 13 yr old. Not yet.

      Big Lebowski
      Caddyshack
      Blues Brothers
      Monty Python- Holy Grail
      Star Wars ep 4,5,6 skip the sh*t ones.
      Thats a no brainer.

      Star Trek-First Contact. Best ST movie and just a great movie.
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      Reply #3: Jul 24, 2016 03:11:51 pm
      They're at the age where they can begin to watch "Good" film.

      Star Wars ep 4,5,6 skip the sh*t ones.


      Nephew is four and has already watched all the Star Wars films, loves the originals, but for some reason absolutely loves Revenge of the Sith and in particular where Anakin gets done in by Obi Wan then becomes Darth Vader.

      Also been happily introducing him to films I loved as a kid, in particular the Indiana Jones movies. Me and him sat Friday and yesterday watching Raiders Of The Lost Ark and Temple of Doom while I was babysitting him.

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      Reply #4: Jul 25, 2016 06:22:16 pm
      Yeah liked that show, apart from the sh*t monster part. Can't go wrong with Jay and silent Bob.
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      Reply #5: Jul 25, 2016 06:24:23 pm
      They're at the age where they can begin to watch "Good" film.

      Godfather is a staple. Should be watched. I would also recommend Goodfellas and Casino for your 17 yr old. But not for the 13 yr old. Not yet.

      Big Lebowski
      Caddyshack
      Blues Brothers
      Monty Python- Holy Grail
      Star Wars ep 4,5,6 skip the sh*t ones.
      Thats a no brainer.

      Star Trek-First Contact. Best ST movie and just a great movie.

      17 year old saw the original star wars movies when he was 5, got crazy obsessed with it, used to drive the teachers mad.
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      Reply #6: Jul 25, 2016 10:36:27 pm
      Nephew is four and has already watched all the Star Wars films, loves the originals, but for some reason absolutely loves Revenge of the Sith and in particular where Anakin gets done in by Obi Wan then becomes Darth Vader.

      Also been happily introducing him to films I loved as a kid, in particular the Indiana Jones movies. Me and him sat Friday and yesterday watching Raiders Of The Lost Ark and Temple of Doom while I was babysitting him.



      I do use my kids as an excess to watch some old movies, My 13 year old loves the original Ghostbusters films.
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      Re: Classic must see movies you may have missed.
      Reply #7: Jul 25, 2016 10:43:42 pm
      Once Upon A Time in America...

      Classic & Powerful.

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mzhX2PD6Srw
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      Reply #8: Jul 26, 2016 03:27:10 am
      I do use my kids as an excess to watch some old movies, My 13 year old loves the original Ghostbusters films.

      Got the original on DVD and yeah already watched it with nephew.

      He loves standing in middle of the room, arms outstretched and shouts "I love this town" like Winston does at the end :laugh:
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      Re: Classic must see movies you may have missed.
      Reply #9: Oct 09, 2016 07:07:23 pm
      Anyone see Iron Man 3 on the telly last night? 8/10/16

      Hadn't seen it before and was made up when Ben Kingsley was watching the lads v Chelsea .

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      Reply #10: Oct 09, 2016 07:29:55 pm
      I'm shocking with movies, so many I haven't watched that I've heard so much about. Now I've got a movie streaming stick I've been making the effort to watch a couple of classic films a week.

      Watched The Departed the other night with Matt Damon, Leo DiCaprio, Mark Wahlberg et al, absolutely brilliant, a must watch if you haven't seen it.
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      Reply #11: Oct 09, 2016 07:50:26 pm
      Casablanca, Lawrence of Arabia, School for Scoundrels (1960, not the 2006 sh*te), Brilliant films in my opinion.

      Another film I really enjoy is Strange Bedfellows, 2004, an Aussie film never shown over here.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCmXZ99V9Do
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      Reply #12: Oct 14, 2016 04:16:04 am
      As im 38 now, and have an almost 13 and almost 17 year old boys that are always looking for movies to watch, I frequently find myself being asked for suggestions.
      There has been a lot of films I've enjoyed growing up, and its likely that some of our younger members will not have heard of a lot of them, and will have missed some cracking shows.
      One which instantly springs to mind is My cousin Vinny. Literally one of the funniest shows of all time.


      In this scene Vinny a lawyer and cousin of one of the prisoners ( the one sleeping) meets his clients in their cell. The guy thinks it is the prison "Mr Big" thats "in with the warden, coming to rape them, absolutely brilliant scene!

      http://youtu.be/2-FvDteymnM

      It's a funny age is 13, so i'd suggest films like:

      Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
      Bedknobs and Broomsticks
      Mary Poppins
      101 Dalmatians
      The Sound of Music
      It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

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      Re: Classic must see movies you may have missed.
      Reply #13: Oct 14, 2016 11:28:07 am
      The Warriors, 1979.

      Undisputed greatest film of all time!
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      Reply #14: Oct 14, 2016 06:12:43 pm
      Snatch!
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      Reply #15: Oct 14, 2016 06:24:58 pm
      True Romance suits this thread to a tee. My favourite ever movie that a lot of people who I talk to say they've never seen.
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      Re: Classic must see movies you may have missed.
      Reply #16: Oct 14, 2016 10:24:34 pm
      True Romance suits this thread to a tee. My favourite ever movie that a lot of people who I talk to say they've never seen.

      Great film.


      And this as well.

      Hilarious.
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      Re: Classic must see movies you may have missed.
      Reply #17: Oct 14, 2016 11:07:02 pm
      Charade, The Sting, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest...

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      Reply #18: Oct 16, 2016 11:56:55 am
      I use my 4 year old as an excuse to watch any movie.

      Watched all the Transformers the other day.

      Get the Christopher Reeves Superman films on.

      Going off big time. Decent scouse film.
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      Reply #19: Oct 16, 2016 04:27:10 pm
      True Romance suits this thread to a tee. My favourite ever movie that a lot of people who I talk to say they've never seen.

      True romance! Had forgotten that movie existed, Christian Slater and some blond girl if im not mistaken.
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      Reply #20: Oct 17, 2016 12:09:54 am
      True romance! Had forgotten that movie existed, Christian Slater and some blond girl if im not mistaken.

      Patricia Arquette.

      Boss film and especially love the little speech by Dennis Hopper about Sicilians.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3yon2GyoiM
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      Reply #21: Oct 17, 2016 12:13:33 am
      Charade, The Sting, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest...



      Never seen that but have been told that it's even better than Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

      Staying on the Paul Newman theme - Cool Hand Luke. Great film that quite a few haven't seen.
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      Reply #22: Oct 18, 2016 04:50:23 pm
      Never seen that but have been told that it's even better than Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

      Staying on the Paul Newman theme - Cool Hand Luke. Great film that quite a few haven't seen.
      You certainly need to add 'The Sting' too your must watch list,brilliant film & a brilliant cast with  Robert shaw stealing the show just avoid the sequal which was awful & yes I would say it's better than butch Cassidy & the sundance kid & I do remember cool hand Luke putting me off eggs for quite some time after first watching it,
      The late great Paul Newman being one of my favourite actors.
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      Reply #23: Oct 19, 2016 04:09:46 pm
      You certainly need to add 'The Sting' too your must watch list,brilliant film & a brilliant cast with  Robert shaw stealing the show just avoid the sequal which was awful & yes I would say it's better than butch Cassidy & the sundance kid & I do remember cool hand Luke putting me off eggs for quite some time after first watching it,
      The late great Paul Newman being one of my favourite actors.

      Got to add my opinion in here, and agree that it's an absolute classic.
      Many years ago, I wore out the copy I had on VHS because I watched it so often.
      Add to that, it's one of those films that is so good, it seems timeless.
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      Reply #24: Oct 20, 2016 07:51:46 pm
      Got to add my opinion in here, and agree that it's an absolute classic.
      Many years ago, I wore out the copy I had on VHS because I watched it so often.
      Add to that, it's one of those films that is so good, it seems timeless.
      Totally agree mate,it is in my top ten films & one I could watch time & time again,my partner often says to me 'are you watching that again'😀.

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