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    When I think classics, the first movies that come to mind are Red Dawn, Commando and First Blood. I'm not trolling, either. I mean it with all my heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnp View Post
    French new wave. Start off with this,

    That one: SUPERAWESOME.

    Apart from that - last night I read somewhere that the Tarkovsky estate has donated all of his movies to the public domain. That means, Solaris, Stalker, Nostalghia, all free, and legally available from now on. Which would be very much make my year, watching one of his movies every few weeks. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    "The saddest thing in life is wasted talent..."

    That movie sucks balls. It was way better the first time, when they called it Goodfellas.

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    Let me guess, the Coffecake scene hit home did it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    Let me guess, the Coffecake scene hit home did it?
    I don't remember the scene you're talking about since that piece of **** movie is entirely forgettable, except for the high suck value.

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    "Put a screen in front of your face while I throw **** at it."

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    I liked A Bronx Tale.

    Red Dawn? FFS, that would go down like a lead balloon in the UK.

    Commando. Well I saw it eventually and it was ok.

    First Blood. That was good, well, Sly's field action was good. The politics was bollocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Hardon View Post
    I liked A Bronx Tale.

    Red Dawn? FFS, that would go down like a lead balloon in the UK.

    Commando. Well I saw it eventually and it was ok.

    First Blood. That was good, well, Sly's field action was good. The politics was bollocks.
    If Red Dawn had been made about Brits it would have ended with the Americans saving them. Don't hate on my Wolverines.

    Commando was epic. Arnold was fucking badass. "What happended to Sully?" "I let him go." bwahahahhaa

    Only a ****** thinks about First Blood and politics come to mind. When I think of First Blood I think of blood, goddammit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by devil View Post
    Commando was epic. Arnold was fucking badass.
    But could he beat...the Suburban Commando?

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