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Great Movies You've Seen Recently That Are NOT New Releases..

Discussion in 'The Vapor Lounge' started by lwien, Jan 10, 2015.

  1. turk

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    ...recently re-watched "blue collar"....Richard Pryor , Harvey Keitel, Yaphet Koto....if you ever great the chance...
     
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    Ricardo Well-Known Member

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    Ricardo Well-Known Member

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    ---and BUMP :peace:
     
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  4. syrupy

    syrupy Authorized Buyer

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    Soon to be released on NF, looks great.

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  6. Buildozer

    Buildozer Baked & Fried

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    I finally caught the "Lego Movie", I always heard it was surprisingly good.. I was pretty impressed, I expected much less.

    I saw "The Babadook" not long ago too.. I remembered seeing the previews when it was new, thinking it looked remarkably stupid, so I expected to never see it.. After recently coming across some reviews on it, I gave it a shot, and I was actually impressed.. Surprisingly well done IMO.. It reminded me of "The Shining" in a lot of ways, although it was very different too.

    I recently caught "Total Recall" (1990) for the first time, and I definitely enjoyed it.. I need to check out "Blade Runner" still, never saw that one either and I always forget to check it out...

    I also saw "They Live", again! :lol: I've only seen it once way back, and forgot all about it.. It was worth another watch, corny as hell though!
     
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  7. killick

    killick But I like it!

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    A couple of months back we turned on the tv for no reason and Young Frankenstein was just starting. Then a week or two later Gene Wilder passed away. It's a great rewatch, being released in black and white makes it seem timeless, but with more modern comedy.
     
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  9. vapirtoo

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    Sci fi : THX 1138,
    The time machine
    with Guy Pearce
    Kids: The princess bride

    Humor: Snatch
     
  10. Nazz1

    Nazz1 Well-Known Member

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    The day the Earth Stood Still (original)
    Once Upon a Time in The West
    Easy Rider
    THX 1138
    Clockwork Orange
    A Boy and His Dog
    Wizards
    Blazing Saddles
    Young Frankenstein


    Most anything with Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman, Tommy Lee Jones

    The new Dr. Strange is way cool...watch it stoned.
     
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  11. CarolKing

    CarolKing Singer of songs and a vapor connoisseur

    I watched the "Day the Earth Stood Still". It was really good I like older flying saucer movies.

    I just watched something called "What We Do In The Shadows". It was a New Zealand made move and made in 2014 so not that old. It was a vampire movie about 4 male bachelor vampire friends living together in modern day society. They had a friend teach them about computers, had parties and went out to bars. They werent too mean and it was made like a documentary explaining how they became vampires. The perks of being the undead. It was a comedy. I thought it was pretty good.
     
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  12. turk

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    ...rewatched lost highway...muholland drive...david lynch
     
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    13 Assassins (Takashi Miike). Watched it again this week.
     
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    psychonaut High as fuck

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    Drunken Master (1978) with Jackie Chan =)
     
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    Birthday Girl..... Nicole so appealing...(to me)

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  17. duff

    duff Well worn

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    Some great movies listed here, even a Takashi Mike reference. I'm a huge Asian horror nut.

    I just rewatched Noroi the Curse again with my son. Something about that flick scares the bejesus out of us.

    I also just showed my son Fire Walk with Me to prime him for the Twin Peaks new season.
     
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    Real men, basic , water world ,matrix ,star oddessy, Bevis an butt head do America
     
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  19. StickyShisha

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    (quoting myself, lol)
    i was just thinking about this movie. I couldn't find it on netflix. I wanted to see it again
     
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  20. BabyFacedFinster

    BabyFacedFinster Capo di tutt'i capi

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    Just watched this yesterday. Saw it in the movie theater when I was a kid.

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    I loved reading through this thread. It's reminded me to look up some old favorites: Harold and Maude, King of Hearts and Stephen King movies( Green Mile, Shawshank and Stand by Me).
    The movies that come to me for this list are movies that I'm not even sure I like. But they are both haunting me and difficult to let go of:
    (I went on an Alan Rickman kick after his death)
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  22. crawdad

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    the longest yard (1974)

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    to me its like bad news bears grew up and went to jail...oh, bad news bears too then lol
     
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  25. Gray Area

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    Repo man (not men)... the 1984 one with Emilio Estevez and Harry Dean Stanton :tup:

    Loved close encounters :clap:
     

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