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Discussion in 'TV & Film' started by Muller, May 15, 2019.
The actual Group of Death...
Pfft there’s only 2 great films in it. and wtf is big trouble..... doing in it
Democracy for you.
You voted for it didn’t you!
It’s one of my all time faves Kurt Russell is the man.
I didn’t even nominate Mystic River or Blade Trinity too so leave me be
I knew it. Fix if it gets through this round!
It won’t I’m sure.
Alien and Apocalypse Now
Tough choice, I love them all. But decided on Aliens and Jaws, the later hasn't aged well but I remember seeing it when it first came out and so gets a sentimental vote.
Both Jaws and Alien should walk into the next round. Both are the best in their subject matter, Apocalypse isn’t even in the top five best Vietnam movies
Jaws by a mile watched it must be 40 times....its the 70s America that does it.
I’ve never seen any, how poor is that.
1. Apocalypse Now - Another Coppola masterpiece. Damn he made some great films in the 70's! Apocalypse Now may be the greatest war film of all time. One of those 'journey' films that stays with you.
The fight for my 2nd vote is tough... Alien vs Jaws. Alien (along with The Thing) is my favourite sci-fi horror. The cinematography is stunning too (especially on LV-426 inside the alien ship - thanks to Geiger). Think it influenced what nearly every space film/tv show looks like too (spaceship interior, space crew casting...). Jaws is brilliant. The relationship between Scheider-Shaw-Dreyfuss is absolute greatness too.
Had to go with Big Trouble, and then it was a toss up between Jaws and Alien for the greatest ever horror movie. Despite currently wearing a USCSS Nostromo sweater, I went with Jaws.
Apocalypse Now shouldn't be anywhere near winning this. Despite BTILC being one of my favourites, hineatlybspeaking it should be Jaws and Alien by a land slide.