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Like Christopher said I thought it was okay too. Not bad! 

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Had an Eastwood marathon yesterday. Watched The Gauntlet, Heartbreak ridge, Escape from Alcatraz, Cry Macho. Enjoyed all four movies a lot.

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Anybody a fan of Van Damme movies?  I think his movies are pretty good.

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: Love
« on: April 27, 2022, 08:33:22 PM »
Very cool Brian. Always nice and uplifting to hear great stories like this. Wish you and her many more great times together! 

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Off-Topic Discussion / Favorite Jean Claude Van Damme movies?
« on: April 26, 2022, 10:27:19 PM »
What are some of your favorite Jean Claude Van damme movies?
I like:  kickboxer, blood sport, lion heart, death warrant. Those are my top 4. Do any of you like The Quest and Cyborg?  I was thinking about buying these two movies. But it's been a long time since I've seen The Quest and Cyborg. Any of you like those two movies? 

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: What Was The Last DVD You Bought ?
« on: April 25, 2022, 10:51:41 PM »
Looks like a cool ghostbusters set Christopher. Yeah that is a great price for that.

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Off-Topic Discussion / King Kong and Godzilla movies
« on: March 24, 2022, 11:47:30 PM »
Anybody like the King Kong and Godzilla movies?  I've never seen these movies before. Not a huge monster movie fan.  But the Godzilla vs kong movie looks really good. I may buy it. But should I watch all the other King Kong and Godzilla movies first?  Looks like both franchises have a ton of them.

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Just finished watching 1954 rear window starring James Stewart. Love this movie. It seems to always relax me and put me in a good mood. Great classic movie. It's my favorite classic movie. It's a wonderful life is a very close second for me. But wanted to update this thread and get some of your thoughts on rear window 1954 and some of your favorite older classic movies.

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: The Charles Bronson Appreciation Thread
« on: February 09, 2022, 09:13:29 PM »
Thanks Christopher.
I've had death wish 1-3 on DVD for couple yrs. I watched 1-3 on a rainy day a few months back. I remember after watching part 3 I was like oh I want to see more death wish series. I was like I need to get part 4 So I ordered part 4 the other day. I've seen part 5 on Amazon video and just didn't care for it. Like you said it does have a few good parts to it. But overall just don't care for part 5. I'm typically a completist. But I'm trying to change that. I try and buy what I like and want regardless if it's the entire series or not. I might have gotten the complete set but just didn't make sense considering I already own 1-3 on indivual releases. Terminator series for example. I just own 1 and 2 only. But I'm looking forward to revisiting death wish 4 as I remember it being pretty good movie.

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: What Was The Last DVD You Bought ?
« on: February 09, 2022, 09:02:47 PM »
Very cool Christopher. I love Honey I shrunk the kids. Great movie!

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: The Charles Bronson Appreciation Thread
« on: February 07, 2022, 11:50:44 PM »
Do any of you like or own all 5 death wish movies or just certain ones?  I own death wish 1-3. I?ve seen death wish 4 and 5. Part 4 isn?t bad but not great. Part 5 to me isnt a very good movie. Really didn?t care for part 5. I may buy part 4 cause it?s not too bad. But what are your thoughts on all 5 of these death wish movies? I just feel like part 5 isn?t worth buying. For me owning 1-4 would make a nice marathon to watch.

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Does Arnold still have a fan site forum like our Eastwood site?  I think I rember there was a fan forum site for Arnold at one time.

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I have terminator 1 and 2, and predator. Looking to buy commando cause I know I like that one. I?m also thinking about getting collateral damage. It looks good from the trailer I watched. Any of you like collateral damage if you?ve seen it?  Matt you rember much about this movie? Thanks.

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Looking to add a few more Arnold movies. I own Terminator 1 and 2. And Predator. But what are some of your favs of his and do you own many of his movies? 

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Just got back from seeing it at the theatre. Agreed Christopher would be better if made 30 yrs ago. It is a pretty slow paced film. Really never got me excited. I was looking for it to get better as it went along or to have a strong ending. Neither happened, other then a few decent scenes.  It needed to have a few great redeeming moments just never happened.  With all that said was cool seeing Eastwood act again. And wearing a cowboy hat and pointing a gun like others have said.  I like trouble with the curve and The Mule better. But I'm a baseball fan and The mule first time seeing I didn't care for it. But watching it a few times now I actually love The Mule. I'm hoping Cry Macho will grow on me more the more I see it.  It is a watchable movie for me. I'm hoping I will like it a bit better more I see it. And I'm hoping Eastwood acts again. Would like to see him end on a little better movie.

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Going to see it Thursday.  Looking forward to it.

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I am very shocked to read this. I watched the Yankees no hit my Texas Rangers earlier tonight. After the game was over I instantly thought about KC cause I know she's a die hard Yankees fan. I was going to message her about the game but came across this sad post. I haven't been able to get on the site as much as I use to in the past so I'm just now learning of her passing. She was always very nice and kind to me answering any questions I had. Her and SK were first members that I spoke with when first joining the site. I never got to meet KC in person. But just talking with her online you could tell she was a genuine caring person. The site won't be the same without her. R.I.P KC.

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: Silent era films: what are your favorite ones?
« on: September 02, 2020, 08:31:36 PM »
AKA23  have you watched a silent film yet or plan on watching one soon?  City Lights isn't a short one but it's a great one to watch. Highly recommend it. Curious to hear your thoughts after watching a silent film.

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: Silent era films: what are your favorite ones?
« on: September 01, 2020, 02:37:38 AM »
I watched city lights earlier. Really great movie. Enjoyed it a lot!  It really flows well with constant excitement and entertainment. Very funny movie.

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Thanks KC
That helped a lot.
The new piano score on my dvd is actually pretty good. It seems to fit well. I still would have preferred the original music from 1925. Or Chaplin?s 1942 score. But it?s still the same movie and comedy.

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