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Switching gears again... I'm 32 years old. I wanted to get your opinions on the best songs and movies of all time. Here's my list...
1) November Rain... that's it.
I know a bunch of you are old school... this isn't a competition, just list your stuff... I'm interested. WDE!!!!
Hunt for Red October
A Day in the Life
Beast of Burden
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Movies: Blade Runner, Star Wars original trilogy, Lord of the Rings trilogy
Songs:Maggie May (Rod Stewart), Lay Lady Lay (Bob Dillon) both take me back to college days. Stairway to Heaven (Led Zepplin) has to be one of the greatest of all time. It really defined Prog Rock
Favorite movies (in no particular order):
The Shawshank Redemption
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
The Godfather (part 1)
Comfortably Numb, Pink Floyd
Black, Pearl Jam
MacGruber by MacGruber
Superman by Eminem
Best Movie: Gladiator
Best Song: Rooster by Alice in Chains
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Well done everyone... it was hard to leave shawshank and saving private ryan off the list...
Movie = Gladiator, Cinderella Man, The Departed
Songs= anything by the eagles, wish you were here by pink floyd,
Movies: Tombstone (can't believe it wasn't listed yet), Gladiator, Star Trek (the new one), Rise of the Planet of the Apes, 300, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, The Replacements (while not a "great movie", I watch it prior to the start of every college football season as my own little tradition)... the list goes on and on
Song(s): Since I've Been Loving You (Led Zepplin), Stairway to Heaven (best. song. ever.), almost every Pink Floyd Song, Simple Man (original by Skynard and the remake by Shinedown), One (Metallica), In Bloom (Nirvana), I better stop now or I'll end up typing all damn night...
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Movies: 1. Usual Suspects
Music: 1. Hotel California
2. The Dance by Garth
3. Falling Slowly
4. Livin on a Prayer
Dawn of the Dead (original)
Smokey and the Bandit (CBs were da bomb back then)
My handle during HS was Lumber Stacker KBL-0989
Saving Private Ryan
A few I enjoy watching with my Sweetie:
An Affair to Remember....Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr
I could go on and on.
Carry on my Wayward Son
Crimson & Clover
The Pusher Man
David Bowie Space Oddity...Ground Control to Major Tom
Peaceful Easy Feeling
Over the Mountain
Sweet Child O-Mine
Detroit Rock City
Stairway to Heaven
Over the Mountains and Far Away
Whole Lotta Love
Just to name a few
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Talk about old school, how about The Wizard of Oz? I was 9 years old in 1956 when I first saw that movie - it was the first movie I ever saw in COLOR!! Couldn't believe it. Two years later, The Ten Commandants was pretty impressive, and I remember both fondly to this day (and occasionally watch them - maybe once every 5 or 6 years). But more recently, here are five movies, that if I'm flipping around the dial, I stop to watch if they are on (but NOT during football season!):
- First Blood (Stallone)
- Jurrasic Park I
- Indiana Jones 1
For songs, many of the ones previously mentioned are in my 'top 20', but how about At Last by Etta James (its timeless) and Great Gig in the Sky (by Pink Floyd)?
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I'm 65 years old, so my best are:
Best film of all time: Lonesome Dove
Best Song: New York, New York
BUT WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH AUBURN SPORTS?
What's next, Chinese politics?
Oh no he didn't
25 yr old
The Thing(original Carpenter film with Kurt Russell)
The Deer Hunter
Too many to name
But am a huge fan of 90s alt rock with bands like 311, Soundgarden, STP(Stone Temple Pilots), Foo Fighters(90s albums), Weezer, Alice N Chains, Nirvana, and RHCP. New bands: Strokes, Black Keys, and Manchester Orchestra.
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