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    A Few Good Men
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    Action:
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    Mission Impossible Movies
    Jason Bourne Movies
    James Bond Movies
    Air Force One
    Star Wars
    "Revenge" Movies; Rambo, Commando, Collateral Damage, Shooter, etc

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    Quigley Down Under
    Pale Rider
    Silverado
    Unforgiven
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    I watch Quigley Down Under often enough that my wife has the good lines memorized! She likes Tom Selleck so I get away with it.

    I love westerns, but generally I like any "Good Guy vs Bad Guy" movie.

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    movies

    to many to list but some favs are, tombstone,lonesomedove.
    any movie with the duke.(action/adventure and westerns)
    midnight run imo was a good movie also

    goodfellas
    godfather 1&2 (not 3)
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    My Top 10 + 5... or so...
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    The Searchers
    Lawrence of Arabia
    The Keep
    Big Jake
    Midway
    In Harms Way
    Casablanca
    Apocalypse Now
    To Kill A Mockingbird
    The Maltese Falcon
    Once Upon A Time In The West
    Ben Hur
    Dr Strangelove
    Lord of the Rings, Trilogy
    The Godfather, Trilogy

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    I listed my favorite as Rio Bravo, but now have noticed that no one has mentioned what may have been John Wayne's best movie, The Quiet Man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glock27mark View Post
    godfather 1&2 (not 3)
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    I have a lot of favorites but only one I watch at least once a year.
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    Full Metal Jacket
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    Reservoir Dogs
    Unforgiven
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    Quote Originally Posted by eww View Post
    I have a lot of favorites but only one I watch at least once a year.
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    Glad to see someone mentioned Bladerunner. That's the first one that popped into my mind, have 2-3 versions on disc. Apocalypse Now, a distant second. The original Matrix. Insert any Tarantino flick as fourth. Recent stuff: No Country for Old Men...and The Departed.
    But if I had to sit down and watch anything again...more Bladerunner. I, personally, have never retired a human by mistake.
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    I'm a product of the '80's so -- Back to the Future Trilogy (the first and third make up for the not so good second one so it gets in by default)
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    Quote Originally Posted by eww View Post
    I have a lot of favorites but only one I watch at least once a year.
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    Though it technically isn't a movie, Band of Brothers. From the Earth to the Moon is another favorite. Other than that, any other 'favorite' would depend on mood, time of year, stellar alignment, etc.

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