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Posted: 2/17/2002 8:11:30 AM EST
I took several of the suggestions from here and other boards where I asked for ideas. This is the current state of the DVD collection: Action Jackson American Pie Animal House Armageddon Assasins Bedazzled Big Hit, The Blade Blazing Saddles Braveheart Bullitt Castaway Chinese Connection Commando Delta Force I and II Die Hard I, II, III Dirty Harry I, II, III, IV, V Double Jeopardy Dracula 2000 Drowning Mona Easy Money Embrace of the Vampire End of Days Enemy at the Gates Enter the Dragon Escape From New York Evil Dead Excalber Eyes Wide Shut Fair Game Fast and the Furious, The Fast Times at Ridgemont High Favorite Deadly Sins (Nat'l Lampoon's) Fistfull of Dollars For a Few Dollars More Freejack G I Jane Gia Gladiator Good, the Bad, the Ugly, The Green Berets Gunshy Hard Boiled Heat Hudson Hawk Interview with a Vampire Jackal Kentucky Fried Movie Killer Laser Mission Last Boy Scout Last of the Mohicans Lethal Weapon I, II, III, and IV Long Kiss Goodnight Losin' It M.A.S.H. Magnificant Seven Man in the Iron Mask Matrix Men of Honor Mexican, The Mummy Returns Navy Seals Outlaw Josey Wales Pale Rider Porky's I and II (one Disc) Professional, The Proof of Life Quigley Down Under Red Dawn Reindeer Games Replacement Killers Reservoir Dogs Revenge of the Nerds I and II (one Disc) Rio Bravo Road Trip Robocop Rollerball Romeo Must Die Ronin Running Scared Searchers Silverado Sirens Sleepy Hollow Snatch Sniper Sons of Katie Elder Space Cowboys Starship Troopers Streetfighter Stripes Swordfish Terminator 2 Three Kings Trinity Trilogy True Romance Unforgiven Vertical Limit Way of the Gun Whole Nine Yards Wild Bunch Wild Things Young Guns I and II Zulu KIDS DVD's:::::::::::::> Bedknobs and Broomsticks Big Trouble in Little China Charlie's Angels Chicken Run Christmas Story Fantasia 2000 Galaxy Quest Grinch Who Stole Christmas (Jim Carrey) Hook Jumanji Knight's Tale Last Action Hero Last Dragon, The Legally Blonde Little Princess Mission Impossible 2 New Swiss Family Robinson Peter Pan Princess Bride Princess Diaries Problem Child Robin Hood (Prince of Thieves) Save the Last Dance Shrek Spies Like Us Spy Kids Supergirl Tomb Raider Tron Willow Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Wizard of Oz Zorro (Alain DeLeon) Any suggestions? I'm going to get the 20 James Bond movies, the 3 Indiana Jones flicks, and maybe a few others shortly. Thanks, AFARR
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 8:16:48 AM EST
The Longest Day
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 8:19:11 AM EST
Holy shit!! Rounders is nowhere to be found on your list! Was it a typo? Did you just forget to write it down or is it really not on the list???[:O]
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 8:22:56 AM EST
Uncommon Valor Top Gun Airplane 1 and 2 Rules Of Engagement Saving Private Ryan
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 8:26:31 AM EST
Sorry, Ponyboy, my card playing expertise is limited to "Go Fish", so I never considered Rounders. Longest Day sounds good, real good. Thanks, and keep the suggestions coming. AFARR
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 8:30:47 AM EST
a good fun flick from the 80's that just made DVD Mannequin (the original not the sorry sequel) Under Seige (Segal and Tommy go at it) Blown Away (Tommy lee Jones is a crazy irish bomber!)
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Link Posted: 2/17/2002 8:48:31 AM EST
I already have a few of the mentioned films on VHS. I will replace them with DVD's slowly (things like Toy Story, Zorro, SPR, etc.). Right now, I'mm collecting Ideas for my next (in a couple months) buying binge.
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 8:49:34 AM EST
Pulp Fiction-a necessity Alien and Aliens-only these, second 2 sucked Predator-great Arnold film True Lies-ditto Lock, Stock, And Two Smoking Barrels-Just like Snatch, but came out first A Better Tomorrow-the film that made John Woo and Chow Yun-Fat household names in China A Better Tomorrow II-Unbelievable action sequence at the end, great fights all round Clerks- F**kin' hilarious! The Usual Suspects-Great caper film Evil Dead II and Army of Darkness-because you already have Evil Dead, and these 2 are even better Pitch Black-a scifi horror movie that's actually scary. well, sort of. Memento- excellent psychological thriller Run Lola Run-but only if you don't mind subtitles BUt it seems as though you have a hell of a collection already. But then again, it's an addiction, not a hobby.
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 8:52:47 AM EST
I don't see "Mad Max." I picked it up just yesterday at Walmart. Now to get the other two.[:D] Also, "The Right Stuff."
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 8:59:59 AM EST
I'm enjoying my Black Hawk Down DVD... [:D]
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 9:02:19 AM EST
Originally Posted By Terrato: I'm enjoying my Black Hawk Down DVD... [:D]
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really wondering how
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 9:05:59 AM EST
Tombstone, As good as it gets, Mission Impossible II, Sopranos season I and II
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 11:53:12 AM EST
They Live Dr. Strangelove (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb) Predator Critters
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 11:54:25 AM EST
Pulp Fiction
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 11:56:15 AM EST
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I don't see Caddyshack, Das Boot, or The Hunt for Red October in there. I'm sure I could come up with more........
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Link Posted: 2/17/2002 12:23:53 PM EST
AFARR...happy to see your list includes the requisite Searchers. All other listings are superfluous. Around here some folks won't allow a person to marry into their family until they have successfully answered questions about that movie. [):)]
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 12:23:55 PM EST
Originally Posted By bunghole: Pulp Fiction
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What do people see in this movie? Please tell me it's only the 3 minute scene where Travolta has the a.d. due to the car hitting a bump in the road. Though I nearly died laughing about that scene the rest of the movie was COMPLETE GARBAGE!!!!
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 12:37:31 PM EST
I would highly recommend the "Fifth Element." It's a great movie with great sound and picture. It is my demo disc for my surround sound system. I would also get at least the first Jurassic Park. It was a great movie.
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 12:53:45 PM EST
Remember the scene in Platoon where Sgt. Elias removes a bunch of useless junk from Chris' gear while they are on patrol? OK, here are some rules for removing DVDs from your list. Use the removed DVDs for skeet shooting targets. (1) Anything with II, III, IV, or V in the title. (2) Anything with a dramatic role by Sylvester Stallone, Keanu Reeves, Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, Penelope Cruz, or Jennifer Lopez. (3) Anything concerning high school parties, or college fraternities or sororities. (4) Anything where the theme song is sung by Jon Bon Jovi, or Celine Dion. I'm sure there are other good rules, but these will get you started.
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 1:35:37 PM EST
HEY HEY HEY!!!!!!!!!! I see you own RED DAWN,however,you lack the one film which got me into firearms in the first place altogether.....to me it's the ultimate SHTF survival story.. George Romero's DAWN OF THE DEAD. It will make you do funny things,like check your ammo count,and stay away from large windows.It's about two Philly SWAT troopers and a news reporter and her helicopter flying fiance,as they try to survive in a world where society has begun to collapse.Some AR-15s as well in the movie,but they seem to be .22lr or something.
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 2:13:55 PM EST
Originally Posted By marvl: (4) Anything where the theme song is sung by Jon Bon Jovi, or Celine Dion.
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Don't forgot to add Whitney Houston!
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 2:15:20 PM EST
Platoon Full Metal Jacket Cross of Iron (if available on DVD) PHANTASM 1, 2, 3 and 4 [:D] Gotta have the 71 Cuda and 4-barrelled shotgun! John
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 7:40:57 PM EST
Christ, you have "Laser Mission"!?! Damn, "Laser Mission"?!? What a crappy movie! I can only assume you are either a die-hard Brandon Lee fan or got it along with a $10 bill for your trouble. If you are a Lee fan (like me), then you need Crow, Showdown in Little Tokyo, and Rapid Fire (Not sure if this is on DVD yet). You are also short a few Bruce Lee films. Check out "Driven" with Marc Dacascos if it is on DVD, damn good martial arts in that one. You are strong on Woo, Eastwood, and Shane Black (you must know who he is, you have at least 3 movies he has written), but weak on Schwarzeneggar (no Conan?), Cameron (Terminator 1, Abyss), and Tarantino (Pulp Fiction, From Dusk Till Dawn). You are also missing one of the better Westerns in the past 20 years, TOMBSTONE!!!!! You may dig the Criterion "Seven Samurai", all the action movies you like started with that one. VERY good commentary. No anime on your list, but I guess you don't swing that way. "Princess Monoke" or "Akira" might change your mind. Well, that should get you started :)
Link Posted: 2/17/2002 7:56:34 PM EST
You left out "Apocolypse Now". I think there's a special director's cut edition DVD now available. Despite the fact that Martin Sheene is in the lead role, it's still a good flick. Probably the last (only?) good one he was ever in. "Apocolypse Now" is to war flicks what "Blade Runner" is to sci-fi films.
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I highly recommend... Freeway (Reese Witherspoon) Boondock Saints-an absolute MUST Edited because I sadly will never watch my favorite movie "Apocolypse Now" again because of that lame-ass Martin Sheen's anti gun politics. You have to vote with your dollars.
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Synopsis When the leaders of the most powerful Mafia families and criminal organizations are systematically being murdered with surgical precision, special agent Matt Cooper (Michael Rooker) joins forces with the local police to solve the merciless killings. When he uncovers that the group of assassins is a specially trained rogue SWAT team led by Sgt. Jake McInroy (Robert Patrick), Cooper is forced to trap a band of killers serving their own brand of justice.
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Link Posted: 2/18/2002 5:42:35 AM EST
DVDTracker, That's not a bad list. But get rid of "Days of Thunder" and "Top Gun". They both contain Tom Cruise and therefore suck royally. [;)] As an old timer I feel it is my duty to mention some old classics to add to your list: The Goldfather The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence The Quiet Man The Shootist Mr. Roberts Run Silent, Run Deep The Thing (original) John Carpenter's The Thing The Graduate The Sting Cool Hand Luke Get everything done by John Ford and John Carpenter. They're all excellent.
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