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Old 28th November 2009, 05:40 PM   #11
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I'll vote for all of the above, too. And although there are many better films I could list, one that sticks in my head is "Second Hand Lion". Another one I loved is "Legends of the Fall", with Anthony Hopkins, from 1994.
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And if you have a date, and hopefully some good wine to drink, you probably can't go wrong with "A Walk in the Clouds".
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Thank you for the hints.
When I saw a film which can be valued last although I reflected on it now, who knows it when I was last in a cinema. To read so though I do not have energy. If my little time and my little energy allow it, I collapse, and until the one of my half-ready amplifiers I listen to because. Mainly my Double_F4.

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Peter Weir
Richard Lester (along with L. A. the core of Brit surrealism)

For actors Terence Stamp and Alan Bates.

Just mentioning some usaually neglected subjects that would easily sub for the Star Wars/Indiana Jones entries in most "lists".
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"People on Sunday" if you like German surrealism circa 1929.

It's interesting to date folks by the movies they consider "best" -- my wife has dragged to me one movie in the past 20 years -- and that was to see La Vie en Rose.

"Tophat" is on at the moment, TIVO'd from TCM.

Well, here goes:
Orphans of the Storm
Ramona
The General
The Kid
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Kind Heart and Coronets
I'm All Right Jack
Carry on Cleo
M. Hulot's Holiday
La Belle et La Bete
Shoot the Piano Player

etc., etc.

and Bullitt is, perhaps, the greatest San Fran movie of all time.
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2001: A Space Odyssey
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Old 29th November 2009, 07:08 PM   #20
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Lindsay Anderson
Peter Weir
Richard Lester (along with L. A. the core of Brit surrealism)

For actors Terence Stamp and Alan Bates.

Just mentioning some usaually neglected subjects that would easily sub for the Star Wars/Indiana Jones entries in most "lists".
I am way behind on film experiences, Scott. But I am intrigued, and have more time, now, than I did earlier in my life. Could you please suggest a film or two, involving the people you mentioned?
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