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    Forest Gump
    Shawshank Redemption
    The Shining
    Airplane
    Saving Private Ryan
    Band of Brothers series
    Man on Fire
    Goodfellas
    You’ve Got Mail
    Down Periscope
    Goonies
    Innerspace
     
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    acudaowner

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    (everyone needs a laugh)

    forest gump ( life is like a box of chocolates )

    mel brooks history of the world ( its good to be king )

    anything Marx brothers
     

    MtnCreek

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    McClintock is probably right up deersniper's ally.

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    jbell

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    Jeremiah Johnson
    Kelly’s Hero’s
    Band of Brothers
    Saving Private Ryan
    Patton
    Lonesome Dove
    Smokey and the Bandit (mainly for the KW W-900A & Jerry Reed)
    Pulp Fiction
    Django
    Hatefull Eight
    Hell, any Tarantino movie...
    Outlaw Josey Wales
    Super Troopers
    Joe Dirt
    so many more that I am too lazy to list...
     
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    308pirate

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    When We Left Earth (minisieries)................there's nothing more badass than Neil Armstrong himself telling you how he landed

    Even the soundtrack is epic
     
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    Joe Dirt was an awsome mention.

    By far not the best ever, but We're The Millers is funny as shit!

    And..................as long as you never watched Friends, it's way cool to scope out Jennifer Anniston in Horrible Bosses also!!
     

    Odysseus1911

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    Arkansas
    Where Eagles Dare
    Thunderball
    Life of Pi
    Sneakers
    Man of Steel
    LOTR trilogy
    We Were Soldiers
    IQ
    The Sandlot
     
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    coach4christ

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    I’ll take Lonesome Dove for the win, followed by:
    Field of Dreams
    The Natural
    Life
    Old School
    Top Gun
    The Last Samurai
    Braveheart
    Gladiator
    Rocky 1, 2, 4
     
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    The Conversation ( Surveillance before it was a 'thing' )

    The Lives of Others ( Current affairs in Stasi-chic )

    Outlaw J. Wales, aaaannd

    "Git off my lawn" Gran Torino
     

    triumph001

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    I have to agree with @abn31c. Blazing Saddles is likely the correct answer. There will never be anything like it produced again.

    Here are a couple others that always get a watch when they come on.

    Red Dawn (the original)
    Dumb and Dumber
     
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    SanPatHogger

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    Took 31 posts to see Red Dawn.
    And nobody said Mad max or the Road Warrior?
     

    Sean the Nailer

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    "Best" is a hard one to judge, because there are so many different genre's, and in each of those, so many different tangents.

    "The Accountant" for one.
    "Hidden Figures" for another. Two completely different types/styles/genres, but each one is spectacularly good.

    "Heat"
    "The Big Red One" Again, two completely different things, yet each one individually is 'really something'.

    "The Banker"
    "The Day After Tomorrow"
    "Boondock Saints"
    "The Great Escape"
    "Escape From Alcatraz"
    "The Odessa Files"
    "Star Wars, A New Hope"
    "Smokey And The Bandit"
    "Death Hunt"
    "Bullett"
    Are you seeing a pattern?
     

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    I can’t believe it took until #31 for Dumb and Dumber, that’s one of the best ever

    Also, I second Alien and Aliens
     
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    Maser

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    Surprised none of you have listed Pink Flamingos as your favorites. Figured lots of have jerked off to Divine before. ;)
     

    norcalAF

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    I nominate "something about Mary"
    And "Young Frankenstein"
     

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    Once upon the Time in the West
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence
    Jerimiah Johnson
    Nevada Smith
    The Getaway (w/ Steve McQueen/Ali McGraw)
    Treasure of Sierra Madre
    Saving Private Ryan
    Little Big Man
    The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
     

    uffduh

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    I came here to post Blazing Saddles

    But will settle for Hear No Evil, See No Evil

    Followed by Stir Crazy

    Who didn’t like Stripes

    And then up it with Vacation

    Don’t forget 1941

    Too many westerns to bother

    On the less comical notes, Full Metal Jacket, Hamburger Hill, The Great Santorini, Iron Eagle were all ones I grew up on or have on repeat.

    Jarhead, Hurt Locker and Shooter come to mind.for guilty pleasures

    12 Strong was good too. A couple great books about it.

    Round it all out let The Apple Dumpling Gang and Transylvania 65000
     

    STUKA

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    I struggle when someone asks me for my favorite or the best movie because for me it can change depending on my mood, lots of great ones listed above that are definately on my list, and a few that weren't that now I need to check out so once again thanks snipers hide!

    Here's a couple that I didn't see listed above:

    The Right Stuff.
    The Great Escape.
    The Gods Must Be Crazy.
    Mr. Roberts.
    The Great Waldo Pepper.
    The Endless Summer.
    Pulp Fiction.
    Let it Ride.
    On Any Sunday.
    Dust to Glory.