Movies We'd Like to See Again

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Last Man Standing 1996 / Bruce Willis, Bruce Dern
Plenty of booze, violence and some sex in a New Mexico border town in 1931 prohibition America.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkMNDfiyCuA
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Lush City wrote:
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Last Man Standing 1996 / Bruce Willis, Bruce Dern
Plenty of booze, violence and some sex in a New Mexico border town in 1931 prohibition America.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkMNDfiyCuA
Totally forgot about that one.

Looks like a good Sunday flick. Thanks

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mistah willies wrote:
Sun Nov 22, 2020 10:05 am
Lush City wrote:
Sun Nov 22, 2020 12:12 am
Last Man Standing 1996 / Bruce Willis, Bruce Dern
Plenty of booze, violence and some sex in a New Mexico border town in 1931 prohibition America.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkMNDfiyCuA
Totally forgot about that one.

Looks like a good Sunday flick. Thanks
Yes I don't think I've seen this one. I also will check it out!
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Last Man Dranking is one of my favorite pass out flicks. A lot of people get killed, a lot of drink is consumed, and it has no happy ending. It`s like real life
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Last Man Standing is just a Fistfull of Dollars updated to Prohibition.
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Last Man Standing is just a Fistfull of Dollars updated to Prohibition.
The Magnificent Seven a few years earlier had the same theme: clean out a rotten town.
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Number 1 and then 12.

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1 then 11
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No Jingle all the Way? Ha! No I kid, I've never even seen it. I've never seen all of Christmas Vacation either.
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No Jingle all the Way? Ha! No I kid, I've never even seen it.
I did see it a few years ago and it was kinda funny. Yeah, really, why isn't it on there?!?!
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#11

#6 looks like the drunken anglo
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The Last Rites of Joe May - Official Trailer

Dennis Farina does a great job for an ex-cop in real life. This is a sad story from start to finish. Written and directed by Joe Maggio. His name means May in Italian and he wrote this about his grandfather who was a hustler and general outcast.
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We finally watched Terminator: Dark Fate

I totally understand why it was panned by critics and the audience, but I still enjoyed it. Good action and Arnold being Arnold
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oettinger wrote:
Sun Dec 13, 2020 5:46 pm
Grindhouse Trailers from the 1960s to 1970s #1
so many diamonds in there
Thank you! This is often forgotten, an era of bad B films pushed out by Hollywood. There were really no stars to speak of that had made their debuts. The most prolific producer was Roger Corman, who today is known as the 'king of cult'. His many titles include pure biker exploitation movies of high violence. This went on to influence others like Quentin Tarrantino and 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood', 'Pulp Fiction'. There was 'Easy Rider', starring Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper at their best.
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