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    Movies Worth Watching

    Its not often I get to sit down and watch a movie lately... so I try to pick only the good ones when opportunity arises.... Maybe we can share the best of the best.... Iíll start off:


    Only The Brave - (Based on) True Story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots... A brotherhood of elite Firefighters who lost there lives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Its not often I get to sit down and watch a movie lately... so I try to pick only the good ones when opportunity arises.... Maybe we can share the best of the best.... Iíll start off:


    Only The Brave - (Based on) True Story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots... A brotherhood of elite Firefighters who lost there lives.
    Man thereís a lot but I just watched one of my favorites, Shawshank Redemption. Classic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy_RCW View Post
    Man thereís a lot but I just watched one of my favorites, Shawshank Redemption. Classic.


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    For Sure one of my favorites too... Watching it for the first time and not knowing what was about to transpire was the best.... definite Classic.

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    Ok, kind of a goofy choice but... I think The Princess Bride is awesome. Sure itís not serious, but itís so fun. I make my kids watch it every couple years they hate the idea of watching it, but love it by the end.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Its not often I get to sit down and watch a movie lately... so I try to pick only the good ones when opportunity arises.... Maybe we can share the best of the best.... Iíll start off:


    Only The Brave - (Based on) True Story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots... A brotherhood of elite Firefighters who lost there lives.
    The guy from that movie used to be a member here. I think he sold his Jeep now.


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    Shawshank is a great movie.
    I like a lot of Tom Hanks' work. I love Apollo 13.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    The guy from that movie used to be a member here. I think he sold his Jeep now.


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    Whoa... Thatís cool. Bummer he left though.... Such a sad Story... Hope he is doing well.

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    After doing some hiking and site seeing Wednesday in Arches. Got back to trailer and introduced the kids to Blazing Saddles. Now that's a classic lol.

    But Thursday night after Hell's Revenge we sat down and watched Thor: Ragnarok. Was a good movie. Lot more humor in it than i was expecting but still good movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mstraw9379 View Post
    Shawshank is a great movie.
    I like a lot of Tom Hanks' work. I love Apollo 13.

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    Never travel with Tom Hanks.


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    Apollo 11 ... One of the best Documentaries Iíve ever seen. The footage is Amazing. The brain power to make that mission possible... Wow.

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