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salsdali

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Gene!! I thought you said you didn’t watch movies. Barfly!? Dude, I‘m impressed!
FYI, Charles Bukowski is sitting at the bar in this scene.

The Pope of Greenwich Village


Kenneth McMillan (Barney) was equally as awesome

He was great in Dune also

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I USED, to watch movies...a lot. Now, I don't even watch TV in general. :) Barfly is one of my favs.
I tend to drift between music and movies. I will get on a music kick for a spell and then suddenly I’ll run into a whole bunch of interesting films. That is... when I’m not putzing around in the garden. :ROFLMAO:🌻
 

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I tend to drift between music and movies. I will get on a music kick for a spell and then suddenly I’ll run into a whole bunch of interesting films. That is... when I’m not putzing around in the garden. :ROFLMAO:🌻

Brett's Japanese Garden of Earthly Delights!


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If you're a skier, the opening scene at the Hahnenkamm in Kitzbühel is the best real life ski scene ever. Also, Robert is from Colorado in the movie and I grew up skiing in Colorado.
 

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I'm at 3 1/2 watchings for this one if I count the "Return" slightly expanded version. I know I will watch it again so I think it counts as five. All (except one (even that one has its moments)) Alex Cox films are interesting.

There's a few I've seen 5+ times but most or all have been mentioned.
Wizard of Oz
Alice in Wonderland (old one)
The Rutles
Most Pink Panther films
Yellow Submarine
It's a Wonderful Life
Tremors (close anyway, one more viewing and I'm up to five)
Maximum Overdrive
Probably more.
 

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Not just another car chase. ;)

I assume many here are familiar with the famous car chases with Steve McQueen in Bullitt and Gene Hackman in The French Connection. Well, here’s one more with Roy Schneider and Bill Hickman (the driver of the black Charger in Bullitt).

 
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