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The56Kid

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Citizen Kane
Casablanca
Odd Couple
Grateful Dead Movie
The Last Waltz
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
Jimmy Cliff The Harder They Fall
Rockers
The Five Pennines
A Clockwork Orange
Concert for Bangladesh
Woodstock
Monterey Pop
200 Motels
Female Trouble
Pink Flamingos
Festival Express
Janis
Electric Heart- Don Ellis
Song Remains the Same
American Graffiti
A Day at the Races
A Hard Day's Night
Let it Be
All You Need is Cash
Phil Ochs Documentary
To Russia with Elton
Jack Johnson
Austin Powers
Bonnie and Clyde
The Graduate
Midnight Cowboy
A Star is Born - Babs
Funny Girl
West Side Story
Head
Lenny
Marat Sade
Last Tango in Paris
A Touch of Evil
Leave it to Linda to include music related movies. In that genre, I’ve viewed the following too many times to remember:

The Last Waltz
Woodstock
The Wall
The Song Remains The Same
 

4-earredwonder

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Ace in the Hole
All That Heaven Allows
Brief Encounter
EVERY Jacques Tati film
Buena Vista Social Club
Stagecoach
A Matter of Life and Death
The Sweet Smell of Success
Damn--They just keep coming, no?
Pandora's Box!
And I suppose you didn't include Fincher's FIGHT CLUB .... because NO ONE is supposed to talk about FIGHT CLUB!


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timbre4

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Had The Swimmer on laserdisc a lifetime ago. I dig most movies from 1968 for the details from decor to dialog.
"Disc with a 'C'!","Disc with a 'C'!","Disc with a 'C'!" <<< Anybody remember from CompuServe days used to say that? I'll laugh out loud if anybody gets that reference.
For me The Swimmer conjures up a whole past era of inside jokes working in cable TV production days (some of the soundtrack music was used by the station) and my wife's industrial strength eye roll when this film title is mentioned.

We very easily fall into these on TV randomly:
Harry Potter films
Hunger Games films
Shawshank Redemption
The Fifth Element
Beetlejuice
Independence Day
Network
Seven Days In May
Toy Story

From discs:
Chronos (Ron Fricke)
Dune (warts and all)
Blade Runner
Blade Runner 2049
North By Northwest
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
American Graffiti
Roxanne
Life Of Brian
Head - Monkees
 
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salsdali

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Had The Swimmer on laserdisc a lifetime ago. I dig most movies from 1968 for the details from decor to dialog.
QuadLinda mentioned The Odd Couple. One of the best films from that era for decor and acting IMO. Also, one of the best technically filmed movies from that era, on 1080i TV it looks 4K High Def.
 
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Mesozoic Mike

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Any of the five Paramount Marx Brothers movies
It's A Gift
Young Frankenstein
Universal Horror Classics from the 30's
Casablanca
Citizen Kane
Singing In The Rain
Alien
The Shining
Dr. Strangelove
King Kong (original)
2001
Life Of Brian
Holy Grail
and, of course, Manos Hands Of Fate
 
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Marplot

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Godfather I, II
Hellboy
Dogma
MP & The Holy Grail
Yojimbo
Seven Samurai
Blues Brothers
Pulp FIction
Hitman (yeah I know, it isn't a good movie but I like it for some reason)
Snatch
Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels
 

4-earredwonder

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Don't Look Back (Dylan)
Don't Look Now (Roeg)
Quadrophenia
Nashville
Night of the Hunter
The Qatsi Trilogy
My Darling Clementine
Red River
Great choices Clem. Just watched the Studio Canal UHD4K remaster of Nicolas Roeg's DON'T LOOK NOW. Excelente! Still haven't watched my Criterion BD~V of NIGHT of the HUNTER but what a brilliant film and actor Charles Laughton's ONLY film as director.


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