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Maurice Hall (James Wilby) and Clive Durham (Hugh Grant) in "Maurice" - 1987 - 31 years ago

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Maurice Hall (James Wilby) and Alec Scudder (Rupert Graves) in "Maurice" - 1987 - 31 years ago -

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Mauriece was in love with the idiot Clive who chose marriage and respectability- Skudder is of course hotter and he was probably more fun in bed than idiot Clive ( yes I have personal issues with Clive !)

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If I remember correctly, the relationship between Maurice and Clive was "chaste".

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31 minutes ago, rayban said:

If I remember correctly, the relationship between Maurice and Clive was "chaste".

Clive was not only an idiot he was a cold fish

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An unforgettable sexual attraction between two men in "Brokeback Mountain" - Ennis Del Mar (Heath Ledger) and Jack Twist (Jake Gyllenhaal) -

It is still ranked as the eighth top-grossing romantic drama of all time.

That's quite an accomplishment for such a gay film.

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8 hours ago, rayban said:

An unforgettable sexual attraction between two men in "Brokeback Mountain" - Ennis Del Mar (Heath Ledger) and Jack Twist (Jake Gyllenhaal) -

It is still ranked as the eighth top-grossing romantic drama of all time.

That's quite an accomplishment for such a gay film.

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Jake and Heath had that rare magical chemistry that made their tortured love story so real

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10 hours ago, rayban said:

Would you like a sequel that focused on Jack Twist?

Not really but I can see a sequel with Ennis-give him some sort of closure- have you read the story? It's more powerful than the movie- they are so isolated and of course look like average men- but who are you going to get to play the older Ennis

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I have read the short story by Annie Proulx.

I like the short story.

But I do prefer the film version.

I would like a sequel in which Jack Twist finds a life partner.

It could star Jake Gyllenhaal and Alex Pettyfer.

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19 minutes ago, rayban said:

I have read the short story by Annie Proulx.

I like the short story.

But I do prefer the film version.

I would like a sequel in which Jack Twist finds a life partner.

It could star Jake Gyllenhaal and Alex Pettyfer.

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Pettyfer is very pretty- but are you going to bring Jack back from the grave?

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5 minutes ago, jaragon said:

Pettyfer is very pretty- but are you going to bring Jack back from the grave?

Ennis del Marr is dead, Jack Twist is alive!

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3 hours ago, rayban said:

Ennis del Marr is dead, Jack Twist is alive!

I am so sorry -  Jack Twist is dead and Ennis del Marr is alive.

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Glenn Ford as Johnny Farrell and George Macready as Ballin Mundson in "Gilda" -

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8 hours ago, rayban said:

Glenn Ford as Johnny Farrell and George Macready as Ballin Mundson in "Gilda" -

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Is that a walking stick or are you just happy to see me?

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"Really, really happy to see you, Ballin!"

"And my walking stick is yours."

"And it even has a sharper edge."

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