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Old January 4th, 2019 #21
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Zulu. Great movie. "Colour Sergeant Bourne:The sentries report Zulus to the South West......... Thousands of them."
 
Old January 5th, 2019 #22
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Joe

Hard Times

Charley Varrick

The Outfit

A Man for All Seasons

The Shootist

The Cowboys

The Hustler

Cool-Hand Luke: "WHAT we've got HERE is...."

The Searchers

The Godfather 1 & 2 (of course)

3:10 to Yuma (Glenn Ford and Russell Crowe versions)

Hombre

The Bedford Incident (truly chilling)

Fail Safe

Seven Days in May

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (both versions)

Alien

Shadow of a Doubt

Frenzy

Asphalt Jungle

War of the Worlds (both)
 
Old January 6th, 2019 #23
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Jeremiah Johnson

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

The Missouri Breaks

Chinatown

Easy Rider

Duel

Will Penny

The Brinks Job

Goodfellas

Casino
 
Old January 6th, 2019 #24
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Zulu. Great movie. "Colour Sergeant Bourne:The sentries report Zulus to the South West......... Thousands of them."
you might be interested in Zulu dawn sort of like the prequel to Zulu even though it was made after.




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Old January 6th, 2019 #25
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My favorite documentary is Harlan County, USA, about a coal miner's strike in Kentucky in the early '70s. It shows the tar paper shacks with no water that the company (Duke Power) gave the miners & their families to exist in, and the old miners on oxygen, dying in misery of black lung, versus the slimy suits & their "gun thug" enforcers led by a mine manager. The miner's wives steal the "show": far more resolute than the men. There's a scene of the funeral of one of the strikers who got his brains blown out: his poor old mother collapsing at his casket....anyone who can watch it without being moved is as dead as he is.[/QUOTE]

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Old January 6th, 2019 #26
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The Searchers

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (both versions)

War of the Worlds (both)
I love Invasion of the Body Snatchers, but for an odd reason: it reminds me of people who you knew for a long time and they 'changed' after getting involved perhaps in some hokey religion or thing that altered who they are. Like they became automaton pod people. 'It looks like them but it's not them!'

The Searchers is good, it's funny but also serious in that it doesn't depict Comanche as anything but the low-lifes they really are. Wouldn't be allowed today.

Until I saw the movie I never understood the joke my parents would make with each other---if one of them said something rude the other would say, 'thank you kindly, Mr. Ethan'.

I like the old War of the Worlds but the new one was hard to take if you mean the one with Tom Cruise---Dakota Fanning seemed tougher and more equipped to handle the aliens than ol' Tom, lol. There was a disconnect in the story, relying on graphics and whatnot, with no real connection to the people felt IMO----and Tom running is funny. All his action films depict him way over the top from how he really is.

I do think he was excellent in Born on the Fourth of July---he captured the character perfectly. Ron Kovic made sure of it---he would not let them make the film out of his book without his presence and influence over it.

Tom fit the character of 'gung ho ready to go to war lemming' perfectly and then he looked like a really broken man afterward, family disowning him because he busted their fantasy of war and fake heroism with what REALLY went on in the war.

That film also showed what a nig infested Vet hospital was REALLY like which I was always surprised by, since by the time that movie came out we were deep into lying about Blacks in film.
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Old January 7th, 2019 #27
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The Searchers is good, it's funny but also serious in that it doesn't depict Comanche as anything but the low-lifes they really are. Wouldn't be allowed today.
That reminds me of another one: Ulzana's Raid. A an honest portrayal of the Apache savages.

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Until I saw the movie I never understood the joke my parents would make with each other---if one of them said something rude the other would say, 'thank you kindly, Mr. Ethan'.
That was the only element I didn't like about it. John Ford seemed to add that "comedy" to all his movies, I suppose to Lighten Things Up for the ladies. It's a feature of old Hymiewitz I don't care for, because the humor was so predictable.
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Tom fit the character of 'gung ho ready to go to war lemming' perfectly and then he looked like a really broken man afterward, family disowning him because he busted their fantasy of war and fake heroism with what REALLY went on in the war.
I've never seen it. It came out when I was still a Repulingcant war-hawk, non kike-aware dupe, so I of course didn't want to see "no commie anti-'Murcan shit". I might like it now, who knows.
 
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The Naked Spur

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The Four Feathers (original): fantastic performances all around; shows the rags & the "Fuzzy Wuzzy" niggers for the cruel apes they are, and the actual steamboats used in the Mahdist War are used in the film.
 
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The Naked Prey: haven't seen it in a long time, but it didn't pull any punches about niggers being anything but savages.

A Man Called Horse: another movie showing red Indians fairly accurately.

Stalingrad (the 1993 German version)
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This came up in my documentary feed last month and at first I didn't want to watch because of the subject matter, but then I gave it a chance and it was very interesting.

The family is interesting, as it turns out the grandmother had the same pathology, which is really telling. Very, very sick family. The mom is a hot mess as well, and at first I thought her being a drug user may have been the issue with her son--but learning about her father and mother (the grandmother) tells an even more interesting tale.

Sad and disturbing but well-done film.

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Old January 8th, 2019 #33
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Movies (((critics))) rave about these days are nearly always total garbage.
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. . another movie I couldn't stop watching . .


Total Recall ( '90 )

Did a thread about it here : https://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?t=550733
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Three little boys murdered, and three more boys' lives destroyed when willfully wrongfully convicted--Prosecutors making careers out of lying and manipulating a community of hysterical Evangelicals.

Because of this the real killers are free to this day--due to money raised, the hair of what are likely the true killers was found tied in the ligature that was used to tie one of the boys, and another was on a tree stump at the scene of where the bodies were found.

If you read Mara Leveritt's book and you watch the documentary series 'Paradise Lost', films one through 3, you know all the ins and outs of what is wrong with the case. Evidence deliberately withheld from the jury that show you why Jacoby and Hobbs should've been suspected from the beginning, but anything not pointing to their high drama debbil worshipper story was suppressed.

The murder victims were moved from one location to another--not something boys with no vehicles could've done.

They were killed with blunt trauma and hog tied--Terry Hobbs used to kill hogs and tie them up. He has a violent history and in the course of watching the film you can come to your own conclusion--which is what is so great about documentary film, you can often enjoy coming to your own conclusions based on the observations made as if it were happening in real time. If done well this is more effective than telling people what is going on--let the story and the facts unfold, and they will understand.

All the same stuff they do in many cases was done here: a dumb jury who is convinced before taking their seat to listen to the evidence that the person being tried is guilty; two drug addicts used to lie on the stand or face retaliatory prosecution for refusing to do so (two in this case cite that they were threatened in that way) and a false confession from a boy with the IQ of a five year old child, after hours of berating and cops telling him he could 'go home' if he'd tell them what they wanted....this happens in the USA far more often than anyone wants to admit.

This is the film done by Damien and his wife Lorri after he got out, having served 18 years on Death Row, during which time he was set up to be raped by a fellow inmate, and was regularly beaten by guards until he to this day puts his hand on his mouth when speaking due to being continually hit in the mouth.

This was their doc film touching on the whole experience:

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Movies (((critics))) rave about these days are nearly always total garbage.
Roger Ebert once gave Thumbs Down to a movie about a child molester who was killed by one of his victims. He said it was homophobic.

Very rarely did he or (((Siskel))) provide a pro-White social critique, but here's one.

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I love this movie. I still have not read the Truman Capote novel though.

George Peppard was ever so handsome and I think Audrey Hepburn was one of the chicest actresses ever.

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Roger Ebert once gave Thumbs Down to a movie about a child molester who was killed by one of his victims. He said it was homophobic.

Very rarely did he or (((Siskel))) provide a pro-White social critique, but here's one.

Siskel & Ebert - Friday the 13th - The Final Chapter
I remember them thumbing-up some real garbage, but much like this Fri the 13th review they also did a whole piece once regarding the epidemic of slasher movies about sexually violent killers in America, and how bad it was for society, which was pretty accurate. Ultimately you can't be on TV on the ABC Disney network (I think they were on that one not sure if I'm remembering correctly) and have opinions left uncensored.

They also used to fight, I remember watching them when I was quite little knowing that the level of tension was way over the top, lol. But they won't let people debate it out on TV anymore either--everyone has to have the saaaammme sanctioned opinion. And they pretend that is 'harmony' but it's just media manipulation and attempted mind-control. 'Don't think for yourself it makes things uncomfortable', is the lesson. Rather than a show where people disagree vehemently but manage to move on to the next thing.
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Old February 9th, 2019 #39
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Like you, I like the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. I have the extended editions that came with the statues, even. The a&e version of Jane Eyre. A Royal Affair (Danish). That's all
 
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"God Forgives I Dont" (1967)
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