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binka

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Not sure if I have a favourite.

I'm not a movie person as such but if so it would probably be something with a deep, complicated plot and suspense throughout like Weekend At Bernies ;)

I did think that Valkyrie was very good.

Edited to add: I've just noticed the link to advertising has been removed along with two other posts and think this is spam... I stick by Weekend At Bernies 100% though :)
 
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Peter Jacobs

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Hmmmn, difficult one this, but I'd have to go with:




Debbie does Dallas


[insert daft smiley thing > > > HERE]

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alan whittington

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'Lord of the Rings' for me,simply amazing and I can watch them again and again.
 

mick b

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Its got to be Zulu for me.

High Noon for second place

And D d D a third.......maybe :eek:mg:

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chub_on_the_block

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As it is a Rod Building thread i figured the film needs to be more relevant, something like "Wilf does Whipping" but on second thoughts, such a film (if it existed) might have little to do with rod building.
 

dorsetandchub

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For rod building, Lord of the Rings seemed appropriate.


Varnishing Point? The Thin Rod Line? A number of possibilities spring to mind...:)
 

Tee-Cee

Senior Member
Sorry, but I have four..

Falling in Love (De Nero/Streep)

Bridges of Maddison County (Eastwood/Streep

On Golden Pond (Hepburn, Fonda(s) et al)

And the River Runs Through It (Brad Pitt et al)



Oh, and Zulu and probably a dozen others.....at least !!
 

barbelboi

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Sorry, but I have four..

Falling in Love (De Nero/Streep)

Bridges of Maddison County (Eastwood/Streep

On Golden Pond (Hepburn, Fonda(s) et al)

And the River Runs Through It (Brad Pitt et al)



Oh, and Zulu and probably a dozen others.....at least !!
Most of those are associated with water - are you a fisherman by any chance Tony...........?;)


PS Ivor Emmanuel (Zulu) being Welsh - plenty of the wet stuff there too............
 

smufter

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1. Jaws

2. Predator

3. True Grit (the original)

Despite having them all on Blu ray/DVD and watching them countless times, if one of them comes on the telly at 11pm why do I still sit up 'til 1 in the morning watching them???
:confused::confused::confused:;)
 
1 the doors
2 red dawn (original)
3 once upon a time in america

Ill be watching them in the bivvy in the cold months ahead :)

Better to have & not need then to need & not have.
 
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