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Magical_felix
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Autumn17 wrote:


Lfunny


This has got to be one of the funniest scenes ever. "See this, there's no hair under here. Makes me arrow dynamic when I fight" LOL

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Magical_felix
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You mean a bordello, Baron?

Yes.

You Baron!?

Yes! Why? You think I've never been to one!



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This scene to me is just chilling to me. Angela Lansbury was so good in it.



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Posted: Thursday, August 1, 2013 12:14:14 PM

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This pic says it all


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It's a shame when friends fight over different views. . .
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Tarantino was a good study.
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Highwayman wrote:

Tarantino was a good study.

^^^ You sir, have fine taste. I loved the whole Man with No Name serie. Clint Eastwood might be the greatest alpha ever.
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so funny laughing9
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College was fun.
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Full Metal Jacket - the great "Me love you long time" scene..




As a Viet Nam vet this scene, while not real movie magic, brings back actual memories of my time served in Nam and in Saigon in particular. Street hookers really talked that way..

Tell me, who was it you left me for? Was it Laszlo, or were there others in between? Or - aren't you the kind that tells?


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fun bump

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One of my favourite scenes that has stuck with me ever since my mid teens back in the mid nineties was Playmate of the Year Kathy Shower being forcefully massaged in body oil by a group of savage native women. They work Kathy up into a frenzy and she looks very turned on, despite a bit of struggling towards the end of the scene. I just love how Kathy withers and squirms in this scene and her nipples are so erect!
Unfortunately it only lasts a minute long, it should have been a few minutes longer.



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I like the fact that this is the point where Michael's life is changed forever. You can see his fear but his loyalty to his family and fear for his father overcome his reluctance. Pacino was perfect here.
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Great scene.

Then there's fruition;



This one just hits all the notes of duality. Father, son, holy spirit, contradiction, and schism. Mind and soul. Mmm, such a great movie.
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Highwayman wrote:
Great scene.

Then there's fruition;



This one just hits all the notes of duality. Father, son, holy spirit, contradiction, and schism. Mind and soul. Mmm, such a great movie.
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I warred with myself over that. Baptism...classic. It is so satisfying watching him even the score. I liked how he knew it was Tessio who betrayed him. He listened and learned from Papa. But more than that what I love about the Godfather movies are the themes. Rather Shakespearian in many ways, or even if you reference history and the roles of sons and Kings. Sonny, the first born, unfit but his little brother, his father's favorite, inherits the throne.
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Fenwick wrote:




Full Metal Jacket - the great "Me love you long time" scene..




As a Viet Nam vet this scene, while not real movie magic, brings back actual memories of my time served in Nam and in Saigon in particular. Street hookers really talked that way..




So true I guess I will always remember this. I was there in 70

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Boondock Saints - There was a fire fight!!

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The Rock - Nicolas Cage






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I rarely cry when watching a film, but this one gets me to well up no matter how many times I watch it. Such a good film and an epic finale!
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