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Posted: 3/17/2001 3:00:54 AM EDT
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Link Posted: 3/17/2001 3:11:49 AM EDT
Garryowen. You especialy today. BRAVEHEART!
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 4:54:21 AM EDT
The manliest movie I've seen is the Deer Hunter. When they're not working in steel mills, they're drinking. When they're not drinking, they're hunting. When they're not hunting, they're getting married or with their girlfriends. When they're not with their women, they're fighting a war. When they're not fighting a war, they're playing Russian roulette. I couldn't believe how macho this movie was.
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Link Posted: 3/17/2001 5:20:53 AM EDT
No question that the movies you guys listed are definately in my top 10s...but two of the top 5 would have to be... 1. Platoon 2. Full Metal Jacket Both movies show a balsy...Full Metal Jacket...and somewhat atmospheric...Platoon...looks at combat situations. My .02 [sniper] BTT
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 6:26:05 AM EDT
Mr Raven, One can't argue with that! Respect, RG.nl
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 7:07:34 AM EDT
Just watched the Gladiator last week Man that movie was great.
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 8:23:59 AM EDT
1.Full Metal Jacket 2.Patton 3.Gladiator 4.First Blood 5.Rambo 2 6.Braveheart 7.Predator 8.The Terminator 9.Highlander 10.The Edge
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 8:31:25 AM EDT
how about..."the longest day" check it out..
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 8:31:51 AM EDT
Any movies with the following actors in them: John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Jean Claude Van Damme, Steven Seagul, and Arnold Schwarzenegger (with the exception of a few). Some of the movies are horrible, but still manly! [^]
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 8:37:04 AM EDT
actually, one of my favorite "manly" movies is "under siege" only because you can get a perfect frontal hit of erika eliniak`s titts!
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 8:53:42 AM EDT
I would say HEAT (has my favorite shoot out) and RONIN are my favs.. [sniper]
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 9:03:28 AM EDT
"the professional" about a hit man and a little girl. a bit corny, but worth watching.......
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 9:10:12 AM EDT
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saving private ryan, thats a good one!
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 10:18:24 AM EDT
black&green said: actually, one of my favorite "manly" movies is "under siege" only because you can get a perfect frontal hit of erika eliniak`s titts! Yea! That was the best two minutes of the movie. I know it only lasted about 10 seconds but that is what a remote with rewind is all about!
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 10:32:10 AM EDT
"The Way of the Gun" was a pretty manly movie. Great gun work by all involved.[chainsawkill]
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 11:22:39 AM EDT
Originally Posted By black&green: actually, one of my favorite "manly" movies is "under siege" only because you can get a perfect frontal hit of erika eliniak`s titts!
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A quick look at her ass too!
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 11:44:42 AM EDT
"Austin and Steve play Hide the Bananna" A WickedPictured production. Too manly for me.
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 12:26:19 PM EDT
Any Sam Peckinpah! 1) Boobs 2) Blood 3) Bullets He knows what ingrediants you need. [uzi] [sniper]
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 12:33:14 PM EDT
Those movies are all great but you guys are missing one of todays best, definately has my ass kickin vote would have to be. [size=4] The Matrix [/size=4] There are some great shoot the hell out of everything scenes. [red](Keanu is a fag, lol even though the wife is in love with him)[/red] [heavy]
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 1:11:10 PM EDT
You've Got Mail and The Horse Whisperer. I have heard that if you tell womenz that you watch these kinds of movies that it is manly and the chances of getting some increases.
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 5:07:10 PM EDT
1. My Fair Lady 2. Mary Poppins 3. Joy Luck Club Actually an Oldie but Goody is Gunga Din. A true adventure that's based on the Brotherhood of The English Soldier,a d the often mistaken beliefs we have of "others"
Link Posted: 3/17/2001 5:32:03 PM EDT
"The Dirty Dozen" This was unanimously voted the No. 1 manliest film of all time. The cast is a giant vat of testosterone. The movie, about 12 death row prisoners who have a chance at being pardoned if they survive a suicide mission in World War II, is the perfect setting for hardened men struggling against authority while bonding with one another and killing a lot of Nazis. There are giant explosions, male bonding, comedy, a rebellious nature and ultimately, "The Dirty Dozen" earning their keep as real men. The cast is like a manhood hall of fame: Lee Marvin, Charles Bronson, pro-football great Jim Brown, Donald Sutherland, Telly Savalas and Trini LopezŠ what more do you want in a movie?
Link Posted: 3/18/2001 8:34:12 PM EDT
The Dirty Dozen is great. Any movie with either John Wayne or Charles Bronson or Lee Marvin is going to be good. I would add "Von Ryan's Express" to the list along with the Eastwood spagetti westerns, "A Firstful of Dollars", "For a Few Dollars More", and "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly". GunLvr
Link Posted: 3/18/2001 10:10:05 PM EDT
Originally Posted By militaryota: I would say HEAT (has my favorite shoot out) and RONIN are my favs.. [sniper]
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HEAT was my favorite shoot out on film also until ..... 3000 MILES TO GRACELAND !!!! My God what a cool shoot out in the casino scene ... dayyyyyum [BD]
Link Posted: 3/19/2001 4:48:31 AM EDT
THE GODFATHER.
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1- Steel Magnolias. 2- Fried Green Tomatoes. 3- Gigi goes to Paris. He! He! He! Talking about cruel and unusual punishment.
Link Posted: 3/19/2001 11:19:24 AM EDT
"Bullitt" Steve McQueen "The French Connection" Gene Hackman, Roy Scheider "Heat" Robert De Niro, Al Pacino "Last of the Mohicans" Daniel Day Lewis, Wes Studi, Madaline Stowe (rowrrr) "Uncommon Valor" Gene Hackman, Robert Stack, Randall "Tex" Cobb Jarhead out.
Link Posted: 3/19/2001 12:55:43 PM EDT
Gotta go with the full-Kipling classics here: Gunga Din and The Man Who Would Be King. Oddly, there are no really good Hemingway two-fisted movie adaptations.
Link Posted: 3/19/2001 2:02:30 PM EDT
ok, here`s what bothers me.....the ever lovin` politico`s, keep bitchin` on gun violence, but it`s perfectly ok to let hollywood (and ole` uncle you know who) generate billions of$ on violent movies/tv!! there`s more violence on screen today than ever. more graphic also. i don`t hear too much bitchin` goin on about that! there was a thread on here last week about seeing a movie, and then buying a gun. it`s been done! some youngins` who are not too damn responsible don`t get any ideas from this do they?... wherever big money is, any type weapon desired CAN BE HAD!!!think on the possibilities!..the damn politicians ought to sit back, enjoy the movies, and LEAVE US THE HELL ALONE!!!.....sorry...had to let it out...[frag]
Link Posted: 3/19/2001 6:31:47 PM EDT
Dont forget the adult videos. [beer]
Link Posted: 3/19/2001 9:38:26 PM EDT
Where Eagles Dare Not the *most* manly movie (it DOES have Clint Eastwood, and it's WWII), but definately up there in my book of excellent movies, along with Von Ryan's Express. I love randomly selecting from the video store.
Link Posted: 3/19/2001 10:18:57 PM EDT
Have to agree about Hollywood's hypocrisy, especially blatant in that damned Lethal Weapon 4 piece of crap with all of its anti-gun propoganda and ravingly unsafe gunhandling as an example for the kids. However, as adults we hopefully understand the difference between truth and fiction. Kids need guidance from parents and restrictions in movie theaters. A movie that would be wrong for them to see in a theater is just as wrong for them to see at home after mom & dad rented it. Back to the less serious topic at hand, in addition to the great suggestions from everyone else: Extreme Predjudice (great, underrated mid-80s action flick with Nick Nolte & Powers Booth) The Professionals (late 60s Lee Marvin) The Outlaw Josey Wales Tombstone The Wild Bunch Spartacus The Patriot Dusk 'Till Dawn Lawrence of Arabia
Link Posted: 3/19/2001 11:02:06 PM EDT
And Mad Max and The Road Warrior..........was that a bad-*ss car, or what? And probably the best stunts ever put on film.
Link Posted: 3/19/2001 11:47:32 PM EDT
PATTON, starring George C. Scott. 'Nuff said!
Link Posted: 3/20/2001 7:25:51 AM EDT
I forgot about another one...Cool Hand Luke. GunLvr
Link Posted: 3/20/2001 8:02:45 AM EDT
Glory. FMJ,Gettysburg,Saving Private Ryan, Patriot, Braveheart. None better than the one mentioned first. Thanks Jake www.tapco.com
Link Posted: 3/20/2001 9:20:12 AM EDT
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1- Ronin 2- Heaven and Earth (Japanese Samurai film) 3- Godzilla 4- Barb Wire (Corny but it has guns, violence and babe)
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