Discussion in 'books, films, TV, radio & writing' started by Badgers, Mar 2, 2018.
haha, that's excellent.
Oh, and how could I have forgotten...
Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid
Defence Of The Realm
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
The Omen (original, obvs)
The Taking Of Pelham One Two Three
Assault On Precinct 13
Sea Of Love ( )
The Last Seduction
Glengarry Glen Ross
A friend lent me Wings of Desire - it's great!
Yeah, I love it.
the passion of the Christ
The Third Man
Some Like It Hot
Singin' In The Rain
The Dirty Dozen.
I called my parents recently while watching this & was delighted to talk to my Dad as he was watching it too but on the +1 channel.
About 50% of the best bits of the entire Bond franchise are in this movie.
Not sure if counts as old, but re-watching Zombieland now. Love it.
If these come on the telly I have to watch
I always want to watch those films
Bigfoot and the Henderson's anyone?
Probably the best films ever
Brief Encounter, always Brief Encounter for me.
Back to the Future, it's perfect tbh
The Big Sleep
I enjoyed watching Bedknobs & Broomsticks the other day which was the first film I can remember seeing at the flicks.
I like to watch Harvey at least once a year. Probably my favourite film.
Other films I enjoy every few years are:
Laurence of Arabia
Fist full of dollars & other classic westerns
& if I want a laugh then various films by Pedro Almodovar.
Last evening , "The Blue Lamp" was on , enjoyed it immensely ......."M2G2 in persuit along Ladbroke Grove" - "Operation Turnstyle" ..."We will get him Ma"
A lost London.
I downloaded this yesterday to watch this weekend:
Edward Fox is probably the coolest man in history.
A Taste of Honey
Love is a many splendoured thing
The loneliness of the long distance runner/Kes... as an afternoon's indulgence
West Side Story
Love all of these
Got stuck into trilogies over the cold snap.
LOTR....obviously the directors cut...again...
Superb film - watched with my eldest son a few weeks ago...
oh yeah totally
It's a great film. The sequels ruined our memories.
it's like this
Lawrence of Arabia imo superior to Laurence of Arabia, with Peter O'Toole and that in it. Laurence very niche
Badgers and Spymaster rate it tho
Dead of night
Night of the Demon
The devil rides out
Theatre of blood
I am a fugitive from a chain gang
Blood on Satan's claw
To the devil a daughter
Masque of the red death
Lawrence of Arabia is a glorious slice of technicolour to feast upon.
this week i have recorded Ice Cold in Alex(again) for the childen. Who will drift out of the room after 20 minutes.and leave me alone to bask in its sweaty misery and lust for drink.
Point Break also- proving that it doesnt have to be a masterpice to enjoy
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