Thursday, March 02, 2006

T-13 #2

Thursday Thirteen

Thirteen movies from a long time ago that I'd like to see again.

1. The Warriors ~ 'Come out and play!'
2. Gallipoli ~ Aussie film, powerful WWI drama.
3. Logan's Run ~ 1976 with Farrah Fawcett, yeah baby!
4. Taps ~ Penn, Hutton; I wanted to be like these guys.
5. Close Encounters of the Third Kind ~ do do do doo dooo
6. Picnic at Hanging Rock ~ Another Weir classic, 1975.
7. Night Shift ~ 'Edible garbage.' Hilarious.
8. The Wall ~ Pink Floyd's mindtrip. Weird.
9. Dominique ~ Thriller with a twist (which I can't remember)
10. The Hiding Place ~ Story of Corrie and Betsie Ten Boom
11. Mad Max ~ Another classic Mel Gibson film
12. Babettes gæstebud ~ Known as Babette's Feast
13. Das Boot ~ Eine Reise ans Ende des Verstandes

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  1. Interesting choices Lyndon (Your right that is weird typing your own name) Never seen number 7,9,10 and 12. Any recommendations on which one to see first.

    P.S. Nice to meet you as well.

  2. Well, for some fun, I recommend Night Shift - early Ron Howard film with Henry Winkler and Michael Keaton - funny and macabre setting: a morgue.

    For a satisfying drama, try The Hiding Place - a film about hiding Jews from the Nazis in WWII. A Billy Graham film and very well done (though late 70s).

    Thanks for dropping in, Lyndon.

  3. Close Encounters is the only one from you list that I have seen.

    Thanks for stopping by -- and for adding me to the Kansas List. Lots of new links here for me to check out. Great sight, Lyn!

    My Thursday 13 is up. I've done TT since November, I think. Awhile.

  4. I have seen 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, and 13.

    I would want to see again Gallipoli, Mad Max and Das Boot.

    This is a great list!

    Mine is up at

  5. Hey thats cool
    Thanks for TT


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