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    27 Sep '17 17:34
    Mine: An Officer and A Gentleman.

    Louis Gossett Jr. is by far the dominating force in this movie, despite Richard Gere being the star.

    Awesome movie.
  2. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    27 Sep '17 17:36
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    Mine: An Officer and A Gentleman.

    Louis Gossett Jr. is by far the dominating force in this movie, despite Richard Gere being the star.

    Awesome movie.
    Welcome back to the forums sir. Behave yourself.

    Amélie (Brilliantly written and acted).
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    27 Sep '17 17:39
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    Welcome back to the forums sir. Behave yourself.

    Amélie (Brilliantly written and acted).
    Thank you Ghost.

    I will do my best, provided Dive and FMF back off.
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    27 Sep '17 17:40
    Dr Strangelove
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    27 Sep '17 17:49
    For anyone who has not seen An Officer and a Gentleman, I highly recommend it.

    What's your movie?
  6. PFJ Judea AD33
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    27 Sep '17 18:02
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    Mine: An Officer and A Gentleman.

    Louis Gossett Jr. is by far the dominating force in this movie, despite Richard Gere being the star.

    Awesome movie.
    Welcome back chaney3; I hope the bite-down during the ECT hasn't spoilt your smile 😛
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    27 Sep '17 18:04
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    Welcome back chaney3; I hope the bite-down during the ECT hasn't spoilt your smile 😛
    Your movie Dive?

    It won't be better than mine.
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    27 Sep '17 18:05
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    Mine: An Officer and A Gentleman.

    Louis Gossett Jr. is by far the dominating force in this movie, despite Richard Gere being the star.

    Awesome movie.
    Dumb and Dumber.
    A vaguely interesting expose on McTayto and Vespin's feeble attempt to sabotage the clan feature in 2016.

    Thumbs down all around.

    Oh wait !!
    You asked for the best movie.

    I'll post this anyways. Just for a laugh. 😀
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    27 Sep '17 18:07
    Originally posted by @mghrn55
    Dumb and Dumber.
    A vaguely interesting expose on McTayto and Vespin's feeble attempt to sabotage the clan feature in 2016.

    Thumbs down all around.

    Oh wait !!
    You asked for the best movie.

    I'll post this anyways. Just for a laugh. 😀
    This is the general forum, not clans.

    You should be ashamed of yourself.
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    27 Sep '17 18:112 edits
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    Mine: An Officer and A Gentleman.

    Louis Gossett Jr. is by far the dominating force in this movie, despite Richard Gere being the star.

    Awesome movie.
    On a more serious note.

    There are many but one of my favourites is from 1987.

    The Unbearable Lightness of Being.
    Daniel Day Lewis
    Juliette Binoche
    Lena Olin

    Set in 1968 Prague with Soviet tanks rolling in.
    Great insight into relationship between 3 people in middle of resistance to empire.
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    27 Sep '17 18:133 edits
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    Your movie Dive?

    It won't be better than mine.
    Ok ok ....

    Ok, so if you're talking "best" as in "most acclaimed" I've no idea, but if you're talking "best" as in the movie I'd watch before my execution then I'd go for Shawshank Redemption.

    It's a bit obvious I know, but it's a long movie that holds your attention, great story, ethics, redemption, friendship, hardship, and a happy ending.
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    27 Sep '17 18:15
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    Ok ok ....

    Ok, so if you're talking "best" as in "most acclaimed" I've no idea, but if you're talking "best" as in the movie I'd watch before my execution then I'd go for Shawshank Redemption.

    It's at obvious I know but it's a long movie that holds your attention, great story, ethics, redemption, friendship, hardship, and a happy ending.
    Get busy living,
    Or get busy dying.
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    27 Sep '17 18:241 edit
    A lot of good movies have been mentioned already.

    I think my favourite is "O brother where art thou."
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    27 Sep '17 18:27
    Originally posted by @ponderable
    A lot of good movies have been mentioned already.

    I think my favourite is "O brother where art thou."
    So far, the best is mine.
    An Officer and A Gentleman.
  15. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    27 Sep '17 18:35
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    Ok ok ....

    Ok, so if you're talking "best" as in "most acclaimed" I've no idea, but if you're talking "best" as in the movie I'd watch before my execution then I'd go for Shawshank Redemption.

    It's at obvious I know but it's a long movie that holds your attention, great story, ethics, redemption, friendship, hardship, and a happy ending.
    Yes, that would make it on to my top 5 movies of all time.
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