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What would you considered a must watch movie?
For me it would be 2001: a space odyssey, War if the Worlds(1953), Godzilla(1954)
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It depends on what kinds of movies you like to watch.
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I'm willing to watch pretty much anything
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Most recently, Creed. It's basically another in the Rocky lineage.... I found it to be worthy of that claim.

If you're a Rocky fan, it's a must see. If you're a boxing/fighting fan, it's a must see. If you're a fan of good movies, it's a must see.

It's over two hours long, so when we started watching it, I told my wife I'd probably fall asleep before it was over. It kept me engaged the entire time.



As far as old classics go... there's just soooo many. Hmm. Let me think on it.
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Cool cat saves the kids is pretty gud.
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I've heard it was a really good movie
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....and now I'm going to go look for these!!!
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Big Trouble in Little China.

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If you're looking for comedy, a classic must-watch for me is "Airplane!" It's an old one with Leslie Nielsen but definitely one of my favorites.

If you're looking for something more serious, I'd recommend "Boondock Saints". It's got a bit of humor, but is definitely not for children.

If you want a kung-fu style movie, "Ip Man" is always a good choice.

If you're looking for a war style movie, I would have to go with "Saving Private Ryan".

Lastly, there's always "Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil". It's a gory comedy story about two guys, a cabin in the woods, and a bunch of teens who think the two guys are crazy murderers.
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Survv wrote:



....and now I'm going to go look for these!!!

I am adding more, for a rather full list.
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Wasp-Zero wrote:


Survv wrote:



....and now I'm going to go look for these!!!

I am adding more, for a rather full list.


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Survv wrote:


Wasp-Zero wrote:


Survv wrote:



....and now I'm going to go look for these!!!

I am adding more, for a rather full list.


Wonderful :D


Also Interstellar was amazing. Plus more horror classics like Frankenstein and so on, but I think this list covers the bulk of things and more movies can be found via searching top lists, and also when I was studying Film Lit. (fuck yeah for english credits) we did a number of the top 10 top 10s. (I will try to find it)

http://www.afi.com/10top10/
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Apocalypse Now
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The Dark Knight, Watchmen and Fight Club. Those Movies changed my worldview. Made me the person I am today.
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