Obscure movies - what is yours?

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  1. Phil Washburn

    Phil Washburn New Member

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    two lane blacktop with warren oates and james taylor is my top one...made mostly in oklahoma

    vanishing point with barry newman and cleavon little..good flicks both

    what are your nominations?
     
  2. FS Driver

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    emperor of the north pole

    lee marvin earnest borgnine kieth carradine

    hobos riding the rails in the depression era fall victem to the sadistic
    conductor shack (earnest b.) a-no.1 (lee marvin reluctantly takes
    cigerette (k. carradine) under his dirty wing LOL.
    classic movie this one is a great must see IN MY OPINION ANYWAY!

    http://www.angelfire.com/folk/famoustramp/partone.html
     

  3. FS Driver

    FS Driver New Member

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    this link is the whole script of the entire movie how cool is that!!!!!!!!!!!
    i wish all movies had a link to the script.
     
  4. fwmud

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    anything with Dirty Harry and "Heavy Metal"
    those would be my favorites
     
  5. FS Driver

    FS Driver New Member

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    obscure ...............................kieth lol
    thats ok i like all of eastwoods stuff
    well there was a couple that werent too good but so many more are classics
    they are far from obscure though.
    how about the gods must be crazy?
     
  6. Whistler

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    I have 3 movies I can watch over and over. In Harm's Way, Midway and Top Gun. LOL Spent 20 years in the army and all my favorite movies are naval movies. LOL I also think the movie called Open Range is an excellent movie as well.
     
  7. Rainman4u2

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    Tigerland with Colin Farrel, Vietnam war movie

    Saint's and Soldiers, WWII movie centered around the battle of the bulge.

    Ray
     
  8. Dreadnaught

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    Duel, with Dennis Weaver

    The Wall, Pink Floyd
     
  9. FS Driver

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    yep open range is a great one we got it on dvd
    seen it several times and may just put it on again tonite.
     
  10. FS Driver

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    never seen either of those jw pink floyd LMAO
    you should have substituted any color but pink man LMAO HAHAHAHAHA
     
  11. Netmanjack

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    PINK FLAMINGOS, Take my advise and don't look for it.
    It's better left in obscurity:eek: lol
     
  12. BIG GEORGE

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    Second Hand Lions with Robert Duval. Entertainin flick.
     
  13. FS Driver

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    good one george i had forgotten that one .
    that is a more modern one but it is obscure i would think
    anything with micheal caine in it i have enjoyed
    ever seen dirty rotten scoundrels ? (micheal caine and steve martin)
     
  14. Matthew72

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    Hey my fav color is pink. But my obscure movie fave is Cockfighter. I got it on VHS. It was made in 73 I thank.
     
  15. ryang

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    Psycomania made in 1971 about Motorcycle gang very wierd but good.
     
  16. Cataholic

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    Big George isn't far from obscure himself, LOL Big Guy!
    Obscure? Hummmmmm I keep picturing my Bald Headed Buddy in the drivers seat of "The Money Train" :rolleyes:
    Dang that's a scary thought!
     
  17. willisjj

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    I like:

    "The Reluctant Astronaut" with Don Knotts,

    "Convoy"

    "Take This Job and Shove It" with a great cast including, Johnny Paycheck (of course), David Allan Coe, Lacy J. Dalton and more, about some beer breweries up in Iowa.

    "The Nude Bomb" (with Maxwell Smart)

    and I can't leave out "Life Stinks" with Mel Brooks although it is not that obscure I guess.
     
  18. BIG GEORGE

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    Why thank you Joseph! LOL! I would have thought the BIZZARE category would be more suitable for me. I had a small part in the movie mentioned by Matt just a couple of posts back. ROTFLMAO!
     
  19. Catbird

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    My all time favorite: "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" a 1975 movie with Jack Nicholson. If you haven't seen this it is a must see.
     
  20. centralcalcat

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    Boondocks Saints and The Way of the Gun....two excellent movies, that never really made big headlines.

    -brian