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  • #76
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    I really like watching the Yoweing Inferno - it easily qualifies as one of the best films ever made comprising the 3 decades from the 1970s to 1990s. The original truly was an all time classic I think, as can be said for all the orginal Herbie Films which I can watch agai and again.

    I like Summer Holiday too very much which is just such an adventure I think, as if it was almost an "explorers type" film. Cliff Richard entering into song at so many given opportunites as he did, made the film even greater still i feel/think

    80sChav

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    • #77
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      There's plenty I can think of:

      Bugsy Malone
      The Shining
      Clue
      Get Carter
      Oh Mr Porter
      Citizen Kane
      Dreamgirls
      Grease
      Back To The Future
      The Goonies
      Pulp Fiction
      Taxi Driver
      The Wrong Box
      Almost all the James Bond films.
      Close Encounters Of The 3rd Kind
      Jackie Brown
      Forest Gump
      Rain Man
      The better Carry Ons
      Breakfast At Tiffanys
      Psycho
      The Trickster On The Roof

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      • #78
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        Ghost!
        May

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        • #79
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          I,m with you there.i think it was one of the best 70's movies made.
          i would hate to see a remake,as it would probably be just loads of fist and muscle completely ot.
          my favourite part is when there being chased by the baseball gang.Quality!!!

          Some films should be left alone!!!
          May

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          • #80
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            Oh your so right,i caan,t believe i forgot that film.Butch cassidy and the sundance kid is another.!!!!
            May

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            • #81
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              Yeah i rememeber watchng this .It is one of those films that really is eerie.
              Can,t say i like to keep watching it though,as i think it was based on a true story.
              May

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              • #82
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                Get Carter
                The Long Good Friday
                Villain
                The Italian Job
                Zulu
                The Third Man
                OHMSS
                Straw Dogs (1971)
                The Seven Samurai
                Carry On Up The Khyber
                The Wild Geese
                Young Frankenstein
                Blazing Saddles
                Spartacus
                The Ipcress File
                Cross of Iron
                Halloween
                The Thing (1982)
                Operation Daybreak
                The Great Escape

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                • #83
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                  towering inferno is on regular on channel 5 mate.
                  a film i never get sick of watching.
                  another is the original poseidon adventure with hackman and ernest borgnine.

                  a truly scary film and a superb cast.
                  others are the indiana jones films in particular the lost ark and temple ofdoom.

                  although they are partly comedy tere are some bits in temple of doom which can be uncomfortable.

                  like the dessert frozen monkey brains.





                  Originally posted by 80sChav View Post
                  I really like watching the towering Inferno - it easily qualifies as one of the best films ever made comprising the 3 decades from the 1970s to 1990s. The original truly was an all time classic I think, as can be said for all the orginal Herbie Films which I can watch agai and again.

                  I like Summer Holiday too very much which is just such an adventure I think, as if it was almost an "explorers type" film. Cliff Richard entering into song at so many given opportunites as he did, made the film even greater still i feel/think

                  80sChav
                  FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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                  • #84
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                    Can't believe noone's mentioned The Godfather (1 and 2!) - my favourite of all time bar none, never get tired of it . Others on regular repeat are Fatal Attraction, Single White Female, Forrest Gump and Thelma & Louise.

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                    • #85
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                      forrest gump yeaaaaaaaaaaaaa now i do love that film
                      THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE TRUST NO ONE

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                      • #86
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                        In the early eighties I kept repeatedly watching Class of 1984 (Mark Lester Film) I was in love with Stegman who I found so good looking (I must of been blinded by his looks as he was such a thug!). A young Michael J Fox is in it too. When I hear that Alice Cooper song it still makes me think to that film. Other songs that instantly remind me of 80s films are:-

                        Always something there to remind me, Bronski Beat Beat Boy (Letter to Brezhnev with the brill Margi Clarke and Alfred Molina/Peter Firth), That's Amore (Moonstruck - Cher, Nicholas Cage). Sigh miss those carefree years I had loads of VHS eighties films but since DVDs came out I got rid of them.

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                        • #87
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                          Any Christmas movie particularly Its a Wonderful Life or the original Miracle on 34th St
                          Any WW2 movie, fact or fiction (love where eagles dare) in particular the Battle of Britain, The Longest Day

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                          • #88
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                            JFK (1991)

                            Even though I don't buy into any of the Kennedy Assassination conspiracy theories (yes, I believe Oswald acted alone), I thought that "JFK" was very well-done with its "Rashomon"-like presentation of the story.

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                            • #89
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                              Trading Places
                              The Blues Brothers
                              Ghostbusters
                              A Clockwork Orange
                              Coming To America

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                              • #90
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                                The only films I'll put on really to watch again and again are...

                                The magnificent seven
                                The Graduate
                                Vagabonde
                                La Reine Margot
                                JFK
                                Horse Feathers
                                Greogory's girl
                                Local hero
                                Donnie Darko

                                However there are other films that when I'm channel surfing I may catch them half way through and I'll wtach them through till the end...

                                any of the Back to the future series
                                any of the American pie series

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