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sharonj

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whats your all time favorite movie…..???//////
 
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Not sure if I have a favourite.

I'm not a movie person as such but if so it would probably be something with a deep, complicated plot and suspense throughout like Weekend At Bernies ;)

I did think that Valkyrie was very good.

Edited to add: I've just noticed the link to advertising has been removed along with two other posts and think this is spam... I stick by Weekend At Bernies 100% though :)
 
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Hmmmn, difficult one this, but I'd have to go with:




Debbie does Dallas


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and it's still the same choice hehe

Mine... The Usual Suspects.. the scene in the line up still makes me arf and the ending is ace... although Saving Private Ryan is a close second.
 
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'Lord of the Rings' for me,simply amazing and I can watch them again and again.
 

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Its got to be Zulu for me.

High Noon for second place

And D d D a third.......maybe :eek:mg:

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As it is a Rod Building thread i figured the film needs to be more relevant, something like "Wilf does Whipping" but on second thoughts, such a film (if it existed) might have little to do with rod building.
 

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For rod building, Lord of the Rings seemed appropriate.


Varnishing Point? The Thin Rod Line? A number of possibilities spring to mind...:)
 

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Sorry, but I have four..

Falling in Love (De Nero/Streep)

Bridges of Maddison County (Eastwood/Streep

On Golden Pond (Hepburn, Fonda(s) et al)

And the River Runs Through It (Brad Pitt et al)



Oh, and Zulu and probably a dozen others.....at least !!
 

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Sorry, but I have four..

Falling in Love (De Nero/Streep)

Bridges of Maddison County (Eastwood/Streep

On Golden Pond (Hepburn, Fonda(s) et al)

And the River Runs Through It (Brad Pitt et al)



Oh, and Zulu and probably a dozen others.....at least !!

Most of those are associated with water - are you a fisherman by any chance Tony...........?;)


PS Ivor Emmanuel (Zulu) being Welsh - plenty of the wet stuff there too............
 

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1. Jaws

2. Predator

3. True Grit (the original)

Despite having them all on Blu ray/DVD and watching them countless times, if one of them comes on the telly at 11pm why do I still sit up 'til 1 in the morning watching them???
:confused::confused::confused:;)
 

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1 the doors
2 red dawn (original)
3 once upon a time in america

Ill be watching them in the bivvy in the cold months ahead :)

Better to have & not need then to need & not have.
 
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