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Old 12-22-2011, 11:11 AM  
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So I know that I'm behind the times on these movies, but I just watched, for the first time ever, the first Godfather movie, and Scarface. Was never big on those movies, but WOW! I loved them, can't wait to see the second and third Godfather!
I've never seen the Godfather, it's on my list of great movies I have not seen.


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I'm watching Scarface right now, the one with Al Pacino. Certainly one of the more err..."colorful" movies I've watched, but it's quite interesting.


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I've never seen the Godfather, it's on my list of great movies I have not seen.
Um...Ima tinkin you's need ta see it soon....very soon.
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Um...Ima tinkin you's need ta see it soon....very soon.
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Loved the first Godfather, definately best of the three...we've got the entire series of the Sopranos on DVD, think we need to get them out and see them all again. Might be a good winter project.
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Loved the first Godfather, definately best of the three...we've got the entire series of the Sopranos on DVD, think we need to get them out and see them all again. Might be a good winter project.
That was another one that I want to get around to watching. I watched one of the earlier seasons with my dad when I was younger and still living at the house. Haven't seen any of them since though, wish they would add them to Netflix
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That was another one that I want to get around to watching. I watched one of the earlier seasons with my dad when I was younger and still living at the house. Haven't seen any of them since though, wish they would add them to Netflix
Same here, but there's a lot of things I wish they would add.
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I was just watching "The Shootist", which was the last and best of John Wayne's movies. It also includes Lauren Bacall, Ron Howard, jimmie Stewart and others that wanted to be a part of it.

In the movies, John Wayne was a famous gunfighter, that went to a small town to live out his battle with cancer (ironically) and it attracted a bunch of gunfighter "wanna bees" that wanted to finish him off. John Wayne carried around a purple velvet pillow with gold tassels to make sitting possible.

Some great, sincere acting, a good story and great directing. He died of cancer later.

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I was just watching "The Shootist", which was the last and best of John Wayne's movies. It also includes Lauren Bacall, Ron Howard, jimmie Stewart and others that wanted to be a part of it.

In the movies, John Wayne was a famous gunfighter, that went to a small town to live out his battle with cancer (ironically) and it attracted a bunch of gunfighter "wanna bees" that wanted to finish him off. John Wayne carried around a purple velvet pillow with gold tassels to make sitting possible.

Some great, sincere acting, a good story and great directing. He died of cancer later.

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I agree, I really like the older Duke movies, like Mclintok and Eldorado.
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I just watched the True Grit movie that had John Wayne in it yesterday. I actually kinda liked that one better than the new one.
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I just watched the True Grit movie that had John Wayne in it yesterday. I actually kinda liked that one better than the new one.
I need to go back and rewatch it. It's been years.

I liked the remake though, good movie.


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