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Ohhh, I bet. Good choice.
The cannons in that movie are amazing. Not the "pure sugar" of bass like most movies with a lot of bass, but true tactile, in your chest, impact bass.Yes Sir.
Hi all.If you want rumbling deep, deep bass try this movie:The never ending story.I saw it in a theater with Electro-Voice Patrician speakers.Almost earthquake sound...Guy 13 on planet Vietnam.
Good choice, Guy.It's been a long time since I watched this, and it was before I had a good sub, too. I'll see if Netflix has it.
Lone Survivor. A good realistic look...
For westerns, "The Missouri Breaks" with Nicholson and Brando is a fine watch. The soundtrack is very well recorded, too.
For a cool Shakespeare update, there's Ralph Fiennes doing a downward spiral into crazy in Coriolanus:
Last Saturday the girls had a night out and left me with the dog. So I opened a bottle of Pinot Noir and popped in Saving Private Ryan. I hadn't watched this movie in about 10 years, and sitting on the couch alone without having to explain everything was a real treat. I love the opening scene with Ryan as an older man walking marching in front of his family looking for a grave at the cemetery in France. The intense look in his face and the focus of his eyes set the tone for a great movie.
Realistic until you get to the Hollywood ending. By comparison the first half of the book chronicles Luttrell's training and the second half chronicles Operation Red Wing / the failed mission. In addition modified / Hollywood ending, there are a number of interesting elements that deal with his religious and political views that were (Thank God) left out of the movie. I've never read anything so irritating and interesting at the same time.
"The Drop" is good. Tom Hardy is good in it.
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