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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    The first two maze runner movies, the 3rd one leading role guy falls for the girl the betrays him.
    Battle Angel, even though the leading role is a female the story line retains much of the comic book feel.
    Spawn
    Rutger Hauer just passed good actor so in memory of great finishing lines. Blade Runner
    Endavour a brit detective series set in the 60's is not to bad.
    Now being a car guy, have to pass out a few. The Italian Job both the old and new. The 1st Transporter. Old school Thunder road Robert Mitchum. Death race, and of course the Fast and lunatic series.

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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    Well men, I've sunk to a new low. As if cop shows weren't bad enough, I have discovered court TV. There's a half dozen retired judges doing televised small claims courts. Most are reruns, but since I never saw them that's ok. Mostly its various losers who you shouldn't loan money to, and enough car crashes every week for a good action movie. Cell phones and dog bites are big too.

    There's some real entitled people on these shows, and now and then a real sicko. One guy had PTSD, lost his job and his wife was leaving him. Being depressed, the doc's suggested a "therapy animal." Funny, I thought they were called pets. So does our hero pick a small dog he could haul around easy and would actually make him feel better? He does not. He comes home with a snake, that he takes to the place where his ex works. She's a waitress, and our hero always sets in her section with his new friend. Needless to say, the ex is not turning cartwheels.

    So our hero's in court, and the judge is asking why he picked this particular animal. "I wanted a snake." That's not what I asked you. "It's my right to have a snake if I want." This judge used to work Los Angles before turning to show business, and he's not buying it. You picked this animal because its the one thing your ex is terrified of. Our hero kept his snake, but it cost him some for the privilege, if I remember right. Then there's the guy who visited his ex girlfriends wedding towing a "Julie's a cheater" banner with his airplane. That one cost him some money too, though he thought it was worth it.

    Game players of either sex don't usually do well. When asking a yes no question and getting the run around, one judge stopped this idiot and goes "You know I was a prosecutor once, and I know a fraud case when I see one." They hardly ever come clean, but they lose just the same.
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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    Heck I have quit watching all of it..... I now spend evenings doing some woodworking(gun stocks) and also have started a new hobby of building scale model ships........ TV?.....what is that? LOL

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    Dream Lover with James Spader. Man encounters his dream woman - then realizes he has entered a nightmare no-win scenario. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxpgBhVzT5s

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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    Quote Originally Posted by CPRA View Post
    Dream Lover with James Spader. Man encounters his dream woman - then realizes he has entered a nightmare no-win scenario. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxpgBhVzT5s
    Loved Spader in Boston Legal. Was shocked at how young he looks here. Looks interesting from the preview.

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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    Recently found out they're gonna make a new Matrix movie:

    https://www.digitalspy.com/movies/a2...eories-theory/

    It'll be interesting to see if they're gonna make it full of the gynocentric bullshit that seems to be the norm today and try to attack red-pill beliefs by implying that whatever you think or do you will lose out in the end. I hope not, but Hollywood does seem to have an agenda.

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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    How about some animes?


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    Re: Any suggestions for something worth watching?

    Just finished watching Generation Kill.

    For those that haven't seen it, it was made in 2008 by HBO. It's a mini-series (7 episodes) following U.S. marines in Iraq.

    Didn't watch it at the time figuring it would be a propaganda vehicle, which many war movies tend to be.

    What changed my mind was the review by johnha-1 currently on the main screen on IMDB that started with this:

    As a former Marine who was deployed to the same place at the same time, I think this show did an excellent job of capturing the 'essence' of what the invasion of Iraq was like to the men who were there. This show comes closer to accurately portraying wartime Marines than any other show I've ever seen. I think this is as close as Hollywood can get short of being there and filming it live. Sometimes the special effects are a little over the top, but the dress, demeanor and dialog of the characters are very accurate.
    I've no idea if this is true, but if you like war movies then this certainly isn't the worst of them (IMO). I don't regret the 7 hours or so spent watching it.
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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    A couple of cheesy SCIFY channel movies I thought were decent:
    Mansquito
    SSDoomtrooper

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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    https://www.gog.com/movie/fechtbuch_...d_kingdom_come

    A short documentary on the research, the team behind the game Kingdom Come, did on European sword-fighting. Its amazing to see how advanced European martial arts are. The media downplays the rich martial history of Europe, cuz "white supremacy" or some other bs. There will be some focus on the game, but that part is very small overall. Most of the video will revolve around actual European schools and their masters, of the art of fencing. Most notably, they will cover the French school, the German school, the Spanish school and the Italian school. I highly recommend if you are even remotely a fan of medieval warfare, especially European middle ages.
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    I also like really, really bad sci-fi movies from the 1950s. Many of them were made for drive-ins, so there'd be at least something showing on the screen as a backdrop to the two (or four) people making out in the car. The spaceship animations are, typically, downright pathetic. Nothing like watching one fly through space, wobbling around like a toy (because it is) with a lit Fourth Of July sparkler stuck up its ass. The monsters, the robots -- you could glue up a duplicate of any of them with whatever's lying around the house. The spaceship interiors usually look like they have broken WWII radio equipment nailed onto the plywood walls. Oh, and there has to be an oscilloscope somewhere with a sine-wave display showing on its screen, and someone staring at it intently, doing his utmost to interpret its meaning, because of course he's a Highly Trained Individual. And finally, there has to be a fight among two males of the flight crew over the hot babe, who typically ain't so hot and whose career ended early to the benefit of mankind.
    Have you seen "Plan 9 From Outer Space" from Ed Wood? If you like bad sci-fi, I think that movie is required viewing.
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    One movie I think has some MGTOW elements in it is "Point Break" with Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze. Patrick's character is this "free-spirit" that robs banks so he can finance his "endless summer". It is also a decent action movie. Do not watch the remake however because it's garbage.
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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    If you liked "Plan 9 From Outer Space" you really should see "Ed Wood" starring Johnny Depp, directed by Tim Burton. Martin Landau won an Oscar for his portrayal of Bela Lugosi (he beat out Samuel L. Jackson for Pulp Fiction).

    My Top Five: If-You-Haven't-Seen-It-You Should (and in no particular order):

    1. Crumb (documentary about Robert Crumb, the counter-culture cartoonist).
    2. The Body Snatcher (1945) (Boris Karloff as one of the most evil, manipulative, violent men ever portrayed on cinema)
    3. The Big Lebowski (It's about bowling, a possible kidnapping, and a rug that really tied the room together).
    4. Master and Commander (Russell Crowe commands a British war vessel; visits the issues of duty, comradeship, death, and war in a very compelling way)
    5. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (Eastwood, Van Cleef, and Wallach: what else do you need?)

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    Gattaca
    The legend of Bagger Vance
    Looking for Forester
    K19
    The hitcher
    Will Hunting
    Snatch
    Apollo 13
    Mission to Mars
    They live
    Falling down
    War games
    Dr. Strangelove
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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    "The Lost Battalion," WWI, Americans holding a position against the Germans with extremely heavy losses. One of the best war movies I've ever seen.

    I can't recall whether the following comment applied to this movie or another war movie, but it went something like this: Our fathers and grandfathers went through bloody hell fighting ruthless demons, and they came out dead or maimed, but young people today need "safe spaces" for protection against words.

    https://youtu.be/PyJwtC8kwJM

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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    Snatch
    Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

    No idea if they were mentioned before, to me they're very much alike, but both are lots of fun!
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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    You guys want something to watch? Go to radical liberal North Hampton Massachusetts on a Saturday night in July, pick any street corner and observe, you won't be disappointed, it's the worlds greatest live freak show!

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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    You guys want something to watch? Go to radical liberal North Hampton Massachusetts on a Saturday night in July, pick any street corner and observe, you won't be disappointed, it's the worlds greatest live freak show!
    LOL

    I like a little realism in my entertainment but that sounds like it would overload my poor ageing brain. After watching a movie or show I can at least take solace in the fact it isn't real.
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    Re: Any suggestions for something woth watching?

    If anyone's even remotely interested in B-rated (or worse) movies, going back to early black-and-white days, check out PizzaFlix's channel on Youtube. Here's his list of movies, sorted from oldest (posted) to newest. Some of the stuff's not bad, and some's so bad that it's entertaining anyway.

    https://www.youtube.com/user/PizzaFl...t=da&flow=grid

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    Another movie that I think shows a realistic take on post apocalypse is "The Postman". I know I may get flack for this one as most people don't really like this movie but I feel it has a lot of good things going for it. It has themes of not taking things for granted and being grateful for company, companionship, and having a meal.

    If anyone likes Kevin Costner, this one may be worth a watch.
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