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The Movie Thread
Boness (Barcelona) 2 months ago
Movies that I've recently seen are
The Kings of Summer,
Short Term 12,
The Wold of Wall Street,
The Art of Getting By, etc
Modnicz (Liverpool) 1 year ago
New hobbit ;D
ScouserDan (Liverpool) 3 years ago
Football related movies that I would recommend people to see

1. Green Street Hooligans (2005)

2. Cass (2008)

3. The Football Factory (2004)

4. The Game of Their Lives (2005)

5. Escape to Victory (1981)

6. Mean Machine (2001)

7. Kicking It (2008)

8. The Other Final (2003)

9. Offside (2006)

10. Fever Pitch (1997)
Mauijim (Manchester United) 3 years ago
Just watched Rise and Shine The Jay DeMerit Story on netflix.
Inspiring story of one person from hundreds that work through the ranks the hard way.
Great story of character and dreams. Nice bit of football clips as well.

Ltm017 3 years ago
This is a Classic! One of the best movies ever made.

12 Angry Men

TheBarcaShow (Footytube Staff) 3 years ago
This hasn't been touched in a while so maybe I'll start it off again.

I just finished watching a movie called August Rush

Was looking for some Robin Williams movies after finding my way back to Good Will Hunting and this popped out when I was looking at his filmography.

Delmarco (Tottenham Hotspur) 3 years ago
My top ten movies of all times

1. Terrance Mallick's The Thin Red Line (1998)
2. Wong Kar Wai's 2046 (Gong Li is amazing)
3. Fire With Fire (1986)
4. Space Odyssey 2001 (1968)
5. Fistfull Of Dollars Trilogy (Clint is my favorite actor of all time)
6. Bridges Of Madison County (1994. Meryl Streep made me cry)
7. Fortress (1986)
8. Pitch Black/Chronicles Of Riddick
9. Sex Drive
10. Alien Quadrilogy soon to included the prequel Prometheus.
11. Underworld (noteworthy mention)

2012 movies: I'm looking forward to Prometheus and the new Chronicles of Riddick movie.

Donnchadh (Liverpool) 4 years ago
Something about New York City makes for a f*****g good film. Here are my favorite movies about New York in this order

Once Upon a Time in America


Gangs of New York

Are.I.P. Harold Hunter and Justin Pierce, Legends never Die
Grunde (FC Schalke 04 II) 4 years ago
I will watch the whole triology again when the last one is out - can't wait to see batwoman

Paytonred (Manchester United) 4 years ago
Waiting for A Dangerous Method. And some chick flicks, lol...
Mauijim (Manchester United) 4 years ago
Anyone seen Pelada? Film about a couple university stars whose dreams of going pro never quite came to fruition, yet their passion and love for the game still burns. They end up traveling the world in search of pickup games. Quite well done, I thought...

Donnchadh (Liverpool) 4 years ago
I checked it out looks amazing definitely one I will have to watch have you seen in the hands of the gods, pretty good movie as well
Mauijim (Manchester United) 4 years ago
Yeah, similar style film. For me, Pelada was better. A richer experience as it moved into football cultures worldwide. Even learned a bit about Argentina football that gave some interesting insight into Tevez. And the old Brazilian geezers are a crack up. Lol. Cheers!
Donnchadh (Liverpool) 4 years ago
Ya that movie definitely looks better, the skills in In the Hands of the Gods are pretty incredible though. The one where Jeremy has it stalled than tosses it over his head and catches it with his heel on his ass is my favorite one. Amazing ball control, I am always pulling similar stalls in between the heel and the tookoos but never been able to do that one
LumpOfCelery (Chelsea) 4 years ago
I watched Harry Potter a few days back, was great, but as an avid reader of the books, they spent too much on the awesome battle of hogwarts, there was no beggining, or middle. Just an end, which is fitting I guess
Borg (Manchester United) 4 years ago
Anyone here seen 'Brick'? Great film. Also recently watched 'The baader Meinhof Complex', also good
Mitchel (Real Madrid) 4 years ago
If you're like me then you're probably into the depressants.... Watch Submarine and Remember me, both culturally different, yet somehow magically related through the subtext of the new genre I like to call ''punch-less drama''
Dgrant117 (Manchester United) 4 years ago
I'm going to try to bring back the movie thread cause it seems dead and I am a movie buff:

List your top ten favorite movies of all time
Mine are:

1)The Godfather series
2)The Shawshank Redemption
3)Pulp Fiction
4)The Lord of the Rings series
5)Fight Club
6)The Indiana Jones series (except the 4th one)
7)The Bourne series
8)The Saw series
9)The Dark Knight
10)The Terminator series (Only 1 & 2)
Pragathish (AC Milan) 4 years ago
1. Shawshank Redemption
2. Scarface
3. Godfather seires
4. Disney's Up
5. To kill a Mocking Bird
6. Toy Story series
7. My cousin Vinny
8. Pulp Fiction
9. Running on Empty
10. Dude where's my car!
Donnchadh (Liverpool) 4 years ago
I really got to think about this one f**k this is going to be hard, nice thread Darren.

1.)Shawshank(it's go to be I would be vermist to say otherwise)
2.)the Sandlot
3.)Cool Hand Luke
4.)Blues Brothers
5.)Once Upon a time in America(this one will be moving up the list, I need to watch it again)
6.)Dr. Strangelove or How I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb
7.)20 seconds of Joy
8.)Dazed & Confused, haven't seen it in a long time but a classic movie
9.)Pulp Fiction
10.)The pursuit of happyness/Life is beautiful

Honorable mention: Blow, Robbin Hood(disney version) goodfellas, butch and sundance, twelve monkeys, Woodstock, Monterey Pop, and so on and so on
Dgrant117 (Manchester United) 4 years ago
Wow Cool Hand Luke, that's a classic along with the Blues Brothers.... Love that movie

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