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    On a lighter note, a sterling performance by Walter Huston as Howard, upon discovery of the gold.


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    The opening scene to Gladiator was pretty awesome when it first came out.

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    ^ defo

    So was 'Saving Private Ryan's open. Both Epic, even.

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    i remember this scaring the crap out of me as a kid........


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    Mel Brooks had some great stuff. This one had me rolling on the floor.

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    ^ Indeed he did. Brooks must be as old as God by now, too.


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    Another great Mel Brooks movie.
    Young Frankenstein - Abby Normal's brain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    Brooks must be as old as God by now
    Almost....



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    New induction. Opening scene to Coen bro's latest:


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    ^Watched that yesterday, too. Strange endings for all those stories. Thought it pretty good.

    The other one I watched was Broadway Danny Rose.

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    Considered undoable, the candlelit gambling scene in Kubrick's greatest film Barry Lyndon was astonishing, this was using 1970s technology to enhance Thackeray's novel

    Internal Rhythm: Candle light in Barry Lyndon ? Critical Commons

    click to play, no spoiler do catch this film if you can , always in my top 10
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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    ^Watched that yesterday, too. Strange endings for all those stories. Thought it pretty good.
    Beyond the opening chapter....and the Tom Waits one was decent, I was terribly disappointed.

    Can't even finish it, tbh.



    Ahh well, back to it:


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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    Considered undoable, the candlelit gambling scene in Kubrick's greatest film Barry Lyndon was astonishing
    A magnificent film that did not get the praise it deserved. And one of Thackeray's finest writings.

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    Maybe not one of the all time greats, but a funny sketch all the same.

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    ^ Great one

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    2 happenings i will never forget as a boy.
    the FARTING SCENE IN BLAZING SADLES.
    the last 10minutes of the KILLING OF MOBY DICK BY CAPT.AHAB who seeked revenge when the whale took off his leg.both perished together.

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    De Niro and Pacino in the same movie.
    Automatic and semi-auto gunfire to the max.


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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    click to play, no spoiler do catch this film if you can , always in my top 10
    Agree, Maria Berensen certainly helped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    De Niro and Pacino in the same movie.
    I had already posted that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hick View Post
    ^ defo

    So was 'Saving Private Ryan's open. Both Epic, even.
    If I remember correctly, and to be slightly pedantic, the opening scene for Saving Private Ryan was weak- but immediately after that....oh my goodness.....

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    In keeping with the date.

    20th July 1969.


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