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NamathGuarantee

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  1. First, let me say that I think Vincent Price is one of the true legends of the cinema. This is one of the reasons that "House of Wax" is one of my all-time favorite films. It got me to thinking, has TCM ever had a Vincent Price marathon? (Halloween time would be ideal) If there hasn't been one, isn't that sort of a disgrace to a channel that claims to show classic movies and actors?
  2. Who are your all-time favorite Top 10 Actors? Here are my choices (In order) 1) Clint Eastwood 2) Jack Nicholson 3) Robert DeNiro 4) Paul Newman 5) Gene Hackman 6) Sean Connery 7) Kevin Costner 8) Burt Reynolds 9) Steve McQueen 10) Marlon Brando
  3. I have FOUR Martin Scorsese movies in my 100 Favorites list but "Goodfellas" isn't one of them. It's a little too violent a film for my taste. For whatever reason I'm just not a fan of movies about the mob. Which is one of the reasons I never cared for "The Godfather" either. I believe "Dances With Wolves" is historically important because it shows some of what the white people's (which includes myself) LEGACY is when concerning our treatment of the native americans of this country.
  4. I'm such a fan of the movies that I keep a list of my "100 Favorite". Here are my Top 10 all-time favorite (In order): 1) The 007 Collection 2) The Shawshank Redemption 3) Unforgiven 4) Dances With Wolves 5) Braveheart 6) Jaws 7) Superman: The Movie 8) Rocky 9) One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 10) Planet of the Apes I'm posting this thread because I like to see other fans lists of their favorite movies. Edited by: NamathGuarantee on Apr 5, 2010 11:21 PM
  5. Mine was the Bruce Lee CLASSIC "Enter the Dragon" back in 1983! Edited by: NamathGuarantee on Mar 30, 2010 11:41 PM
  6. Back in 1985 I saw a remade version of Godzilla that even featured original star Raymond Burr (if I remember correctly) and I passed on the 1998 version all together. According to the Entertainment Weekly website they are planning to remake Godzilla AGAIN! So the question at hand is this: Is this a GOOD thing, or a BAD thing?!
  7. the 1994 Oscar for Best Picture and NOT "Forrest Gump". TSR is my all-time favorite film, and as large as the following is for TSR, I believe it will only grow larger over the years because it is just such a CLASSIC film. "Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things. And no good thing ever dies."
  8. Today the LEGENDARY Steve McQueen would have turned 80 years old. So I'm watching the bonus feature on my "Bullitt" DVD about Steve called "The Essence of Cool". I have always told people there is proof how COOL McQueen was. In "The Towering Inferno" he plays a firefighter, which in the hands of most actors would probably be a mundane role. McQueen made playing a firefighter COOL. How GREAT is that?!
  9. I thought the new version of "The Wolfman" with Benicio Del Toro and Sir Anthony Hopkins was very good. I thought it contained all the elements that make up a GREAT horror film. Lots of scary scenes and creepy scenery. All this plus the scene stealing performance of Sir Anthony Hopkins. In any case, I thought "The Wolfman" was far superior to the HORRIBLE and UNWATCHABLE 90's versions of "Dracula" and "Frankenstein". I can't stand those two films.
  10. On the "Monster by Moonlight" documentary on "The Wolf Man" DVD there is a clip from a 1933 film featuring Bela Lugosi called "Island of Lost Souls". It looks REALLY good and CREEPY. WHY hasn't this been released on DVD?!
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