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Poll Question: Which one tickles your fancy the most?
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2 [11.11%]
3 [16.67%]
2 [11.11%]
4 [22.22%]
0 [0.00%]
1 [5.56%]
1 [5.56%]
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 13 2015 at 19:22
Originally posted by TeleStrat TeleStrat wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by Nogbad_The_Bad Nogbad_The_Bad wrote:

French Connection, love Popeye
Gene Hackman is my dad's fave. I personally love how he's always a bit of an ass hole even when he's one of the good guys.
He can play arrogance very well. I won't try to name all of his roles that I liked.
A particularly good one was in Runaway Jury. 
That movie had a big name cast but he still stood out.

He was also hilarious as Lex Luthor.

I remember when he got into a fight some years ago with a couple Marines.  Apparently kicked their asses.  Here's to tough old dudes.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 13 2015 at 20:25
Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by Sheavy Sheavy wrote:

Voted for Barbecue, Kraft bbq sauce is amazing. Although hot sauce wasn't too far behind, can't go wrong with Texas Pete or Tabasco.


I'm a muy caliente kinda guy myself.




That makes two of us then .


In seriousness though, voted for Dog Day Afternoon because it's the only one from the list I've seen, so I probably shouldn't have voted but I did anyway.

Have only seen a few Lumet films, Serpico, 12 Angry Men, and Dog Day Afternoon but I've loved all of them.


The Holy Mountain, The French Connection, Blow Up, Slaughterhouse 5, and The Fisher King are all ones I've been wanting to find on dvd for awhile, never have come across them (yet).
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 14 2015 at 09:16
Originally posted by Sheavy Sheavy wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by Sheavy Sheavy wrote:

Voted for Barbecue, Kraft bbq sauce is amazing. Although hot sauce wasn't too far behind, can't go wrong with Texas Pete or Tabasco.


I'm a muy caliente kinda guy myself.




That makes two of us then .


In seriousness though, voted for Dog Day Afternoon because it's the only one from the list I've seen, so I probably shouldn't have voted but I did anyway.

Have only seen a few Lumet films, Serpico, 12 Angry Men, and Dog Day Afternoon but I've loved all of them.


The Holy Mountain, The French Connection, Blow Up, Slaughterhouse 5, and The Fisher King are all ones I've been wanting to find on dvd for awhile, never have come across them (yet).

Oh boy you're in for a treat with The Holy Mountain if you ever get your hands on it! I remember your movie poll from a little while back and coupled together with what you generally go for in music and your funny bone, then I think it's probably certain to say that you're going to enjoy the heck out of it. One of the most surreal flicks out there yet also one of the most beautifully staged. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 14 2015 at 09:19
Originally posted by Atavachron Atavachron wrote:

Originally posted by TeleStrat TeleStrat wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by Nogbad_The_Bad Nogbad_The_Bad wrote:

French Connection, love Popeye
Gene Hackman is my dad's fave. I personally love how he's always a bit of an ass hole even when he's one of the good guys.
He can play arrogance very well. I won't try to name all of his roles that I liked.
A particularly good one was in Runaway Jury. 
That movie had a big name cast but he still stood out.

He was also hilarious as Lex Luthor.

I remember when he got into a fight some years ago with a couple Marines.  Apparently kicked their asses.  Here's to tough old dudes.

Here's to themBeer

Oh and Clint says hi


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 14 2015 at 09:24
Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

I've seen a grand total of zero on this list.

Success?

You've been chosen to go about amending your ways in the old wine shed, where you shall watch these magnificent movies on VHS. No HD television either for you boyo. 



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 19 2015 at 10:03
I finally saw The French Connection last weekend. Great movie Cool
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 28 2015 at 17:57
Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by Sheavy Sheavy wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by Sheavy Sheavy wrote:

Voted for Barbecue, Kraft bbq sauce is amazing. Although hot sauce wasn't too far behind, can't go wrong with Texas Pete or Tabasco.


I'm a muy caliente kinda guy myself.




That makes two of us then .


In seriousness though, voted for Dog Day Afternoon because it's the only one from the list I've seen, so I probably shouldn't have voted but I did anyway.

Have only seen a few Lumet films, Serpico, 12 Angry Men, and Dog Day Afternoon but I've loved all of them.


The Holy Mountain, The French Connection, Blow Up, Slaughterhouse 5, and The Fisher King are all ones I've been wanting to find on dvd for awhile, never have come across them (yet).


Oh boy you're in for a treat with The Holy Mountain if you ever get your hands on it! I remember your movie poll from a little while back and coupled together with what you generally go for in music and your funny bone, then I think it's probably certain to say that you're going to enjoy the heck out of it. One of the most surreal flicks out there yet also one of the most beautifully staged. 
Acid, Carl Jung and 'dream states'.





I've wanted to get my hands any Alejandro Jodorowsky film really. I know I'd love'em, anything surreal, strange, or off the wall and I'll probably get some enjoyment out of it.
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