nfr: Top 10 'guy' flicks.

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by fredaevans, Feb 23, 2008.

  1. Denny Active Member

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    Hey, I specifically included (about 5 messages before yours) Raiders of the Lost Ark; it's one of my favorite all-time shows.
  2. xcaddis Member

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    blood simple
    twelve monkeys
    the big lebowski
    reservoir dogs
    taxi driver
    dark city
    old boy
    being john malkovich
  3. Kevin J. Burnham Active Member

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    #1 = Godfather 1 & 2
    #2 = True Grit
    #3 = The Great Escape
    #4 = Dirty Harry
    #5 = To Kill A Mockingbird
    #6 = Saving Private Ryan
    #7 = Good Fellas
    #8 = The Kentucky Fried Movie
    #9 = Blazing Saddles
    #10 = The Shining
  4. Bruce Davidson formerly hatman

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    I only saw it mentioned once (Big Tuna) but I have to re-mention Black Hawk Down. Totally awesome. Arguably the best war film ever made, and I appreciate almost all of them.

    Thanks to all for the lists. I have seen many, but I plan to use this as a reference for future movie rentals/purchases!
  5. CoastalCutt Member

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    October Sky

    Open Range.......#1-the best

    A River Runs Through It

    No Country For Old Men

    A Beautiful Mind
  6. Rory McMahon Active Member

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    Another one that i forgot is 300
  7. jasmillo Member

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    I noticed alot of people mentioning "Deer Hunter". Anybody else from the east coast get annoyed that most of the hunting scenes from the Deer Hunter were shot @ North Cascades National Park? There are no mountains like that in Pennsylvania....almost (stress almost) ruined the movie for me.....
  8. longjohn Member

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    1. Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie
    2. Once Upon A Time In The West
    3. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
    4. Hang 'Em High
    5. Winchester '73
    6. Die Hard
    7. Die hard 3: With a Vengeance
    8. ski movies.. big mountain lines, not the terrain park crap.
    9. Blood in Blood Out
    10. Baseketball (it's stupid, but totally awesome)
  9. wadin' boot Donny, you're out of your element...

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    This is spinal tap
    Das boot
    City of God
    The Departed
    Barton Fink
    Mad max
    Boogie Nights
    Dazed and Confused
    Pink Panther Strikes Again
    Pulp Fiction
    Nacho Libre
  10. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    Christian Bale will never be more manly than Christopher Walken or Gary Busey :ray1:
  11. Sloan Craven Active Member

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    Christoper Walken, definitely not. That reminds me of 'King of New York'....great walken flick.
    Gary Busey is more crazy that tough. Doesn't seem to have the ability to be calculating. Likeable, but a B rate actor. THe peak of his career was the first Lethal Weapon.
    Bale isn't there yet. But he does have the ability to look mean and violent, something most have lost in the last couple of decades. Hopefully he'll get anotheer role like American Psycho where he puts the smack down.
  12. Philster New Member

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    Tragically folks didn't follow my lead and include quotes:( But has there been a better one than Duke saying "Fill your hands you Sonsabitches!!!!" I think not... Maybe the chick talking smack about the chicken and dumplings, comes close, but it's too long to truly be a classic line :p Plus Glenn Campbell dies! 10 is too short a list:mad:
  13. Mark Kulikov Active Member

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    Tombstone: "You tell em I'm coming and hells coming with me"
    The Mountain Men: "You can go in dogshit dingleballs, I've had about enought out of you"
    Jaws: The entire Indianapolis scene
    Enemy at the gates: Papa Kulikov's I'm not related.
    Master and Commander: "Lessor of two weavels"
    Conan: "Ah yes, the riddle of steel, you know it don't you boy."
    Full Metal Jacket: Bleep bleep you bleeping maggot....bleep"
    Gladiator: "My name is gladiator"
    Cool Hand Luke: "What we got here is failure to communicate"
    Apollo 13: "Houston we have a problem"
  14. fshnazn Member

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    Anyone see Shoot'em Up? The gunplay is comedy! Owen's a bad"a".
  15. Be Jofus G Banned or Parked

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    Yes that bugged me. The verbage during hunting boot scene bugged me as well. We all know it should have been......

    Hey I fergot my hunting boots, ki borrow yinzess?

    no git yinzes own hunting boots n'at. Nowayju gowen to stink up mine.

    screw it, 'sgo git some beer n kilbassa.
  16. Ian Broadie Flyfishing is so "Metal"

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    In no particular order:

    Apocalypse Now
    Full Metal Jacket
    Sin City
    Caddy Shack
    The Big Lebowski
    The Road Warrior
    The Terminator
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
  17. Paul Huffman Lagging economic indicator

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    Now I'll have to get Key Largo on my Netflix queue.

    I forgot the other interesting thing about "Empire of Sun" that recommends it. There is a great performance of a child actor as the main character, a British kid trying to survive in a Japanese prisoner camp in mainland China. That child actor: Christian Bale. He never sounds British anymore.
  18. David Prutsman All men are equal before fish

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    Thank god someone finally mentioned the greatest sports movie ever! Good call Seelie Mike!

    Pool Hall Junkies is a great movie that never went mainstream, similar to Rounders but for pool instead. Some amazing shots in that flick.

  19. Kevin J. Burnham Active Member

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    Philster, "Thats bold talk for a one eyed fat man"
  20. Sloan Craven Active Member

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    Doesn't sound like a Pennsylvanian accent:confused: