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Old 11-18-2012, 09:43 AM   #41
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All the movies I listed are in my Netflix queue. I just haven't gotten around to watching them yet.
Well get on it, sir! You're JJ Hunsecker! At least you've seen that one, it's one of the best.
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Old 11-19-2012, 02:18 AM   #42
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Gone with the Wind. I've had it on blu-ray for awhile and plan on watching it eventually. I just always hear how overrated it is, and it's a serious time commitment.
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Old 11-19-2012, 02:22 AM   #43
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Gone with the Wind. I've had it on blu-ray for awhile and plan on watching it eventually. I just always hear how overrated it is, and it's a serious time commitment.
Doesn't that mean a lot of other people are saying it's great?
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Old 11-19-2012, 03:56 AM   #44
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There's a few, but I'm too embarassed to say them.
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There's a few, but I'm too embarassed to say them.
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Old 11-21-2012, 04:33 AM   #46
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Citzen Kane
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Old 11-24-2012, 05:07 PM   #47
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Old 11-24-2012, 06:03 PM   #48
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I'm not ashamed at missing any movies. Why should I be?
Have to agree. If I haven't seen them either I never got a chance or simply didn't care.
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Old 11-24-2012, 06:10 PM   #49
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I didn't get around to watching The Shawshank Redemption until August after having it on DVD since the dawn of time. Main reason is that I just couldn't get in the mood until that one time I just sat myself down and got it watched. It's just one of those things, I am gradually getting through them.

Plus what's with people taking the forum title so litterally, no one is truly ashamed of not watching a film, it's just an exaggeration on the OP's choice to get the point of the thread across.
Yeah, I don't know why people are taking it literally, lol. Like you said, it was just an exaggeration to help people get the idea of the thread. Not sure why people are like "I'm not ashamed so I won't answer." Not the point at all, lol.
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Old 11-25-2012, 01:07 PM   #52
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I wouldn't say ashamed but there are a number of popular films, some considered "classics" that I have never seen and don't plan on seeing anytime soon. Here is my list for you all to pick a part,


Harry Potter
The Godfather, I own all three on VHS but haven't gotten around to viewing them yet.
Alfred Hitchcock, I have seen the birds and Psycho and that is it nothing else he has ever made.
Twilight but I can live without it
Titanic, I wish I could say I never seen that one but I had a girlfriend in 97 so there was no getting out of it.
007, I watched Casino Royal and that is it.

I don't watch very many older films, I don't buy into the whole notion I am missing out on some hidden gem, those movies are relics of their time, I wasn't there they are generally meaningless to me outside of historical value or vague curiosity. I rarely watch anything older than the late 70's on, Star Wars is about the oldest thing I watch regularly, Rocky is right there next to it and Smokey and the Bandit, anything older than those forget it that's the stuff my parents liked.

There are movies I wish I had never seen, but I can't say for sure if there is a movie I am sad I have never watched cuz if I haven't watched it how would I know if I am missing out? I hear people say that crap all the time about such and such and everytime I fall for it I think what the hell this is shit. So I stopped caring what old timers and movie "buffs" think and just watch what I enjoy.
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Old 11-25-2012, 01:49 PM   #53
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I wouldn't say ashamed but there are a number of popular films, some considered "classics" that I have never seen and don't plan on seeing anytime soon. Here is my list for you all to pick a part,


Harry Potter
The Godfather, I own all three on VHS but haven't gotten around to viewing them yet.
Alfred Hitchcock, I have seen the birds and Psycho and that is it nothing else he has ever made.
Twilight but I can live without it
Titanic, I wish I could say I never seen that one but I had a girlfriend in 97 so there was no getting out of it.
007, I watched Casino Royal and that is it.

I don't watch very many older films, I don't buy into the whole notion I am missing out on some hidden gem, those movies are relics of their time, I wasn't there they are generally meaningless to me outside of historical value or vague curiosity. I rarely watch anything older than the late 70's on, Star Wars is about the oldest thing I watch regularly, Rocky is right there next to it and Smokey and the Bandit, anything older than those forget it that's the stuff my parents liked.

There are movies I wish I had never seen, but I can't say for sure if there is a movie I am sad I have never watched cuz if I haven't watched it how would I know if I am missing out? I hear people say that crap all the time about such and such and everytime I fall for it I think what the hell this is shit. So I stopped caring what old timers and movie "buffs" think and just watch what I enjoy.
So is Gladiator or Braveheart considered a relic because you weren't alive when they were set? That's a pretty silly thing to say, I understand that you don't want to watch old films, but that comment doesn't make sense really. A well made film is a well made film regardless of date.
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Old 11-25-2012, 02:07 PM   #54
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I haven't watched The Dark Knight Rises yet.
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Old 11-25-2012, 02:15 PM   #55
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So is Gladiator or Braveheart considered a relic because you weren't alive when they were set? That's a pretty silly thing to say, I understand that you don't want to watch old films, but that comment doesn't make sense really. A well made film is a well made film regardless of date.
That is a STUPID way of putting it, I was talking about relics of their TIME not movies set in the past get a clue. And No I have never seen either one of those movie so there. And that is YOUR opinion, I well made film might appeal to you but it doesn't to me, a movie has to appeal to me not you, you can enjoy whatever the ****ing hell you want.
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Old 11-25-2012, 02:21 PM   #56
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That is a STUPID way of putting it, I was talking about relics of their TIME not movies set in the past get a clue. And No I have never seen either one of those movie so there. And that is YOUR opinion, I well made film might appeal to you but it doesn't to me, a movie has to appeal to me not you, you can enjoy whatever the ****ing hell you want.
No need to go crazy about nothing. I was only asking, what's the difference between a film made in the 50's and one that is made today set in the 50's?
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Old 11-25-2012, 02:41 PM   #57
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No need to go crazy about nothing. I was only asking, what's the difference between a film made in the 50's and one that is made today set in the 50's?
Well there is a big difference, but to clarify, I don't watch Period piece either except, as I stated for historical purposes or curiosity, I thought I did explain than which is why your comment confused me. I don't mean I NEVER watch those just rarely and those are the instances I might.


I am not fond of movies that are too real either, or artsy, I prefer to watch movies as escapism and old movies, especially science fiction, fail at that.
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