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 Post subject: Kain's Lists
PostPosted: Wed Jul 03, 2013 9:18 am 
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New thing I've decided upon doing. Here's the first part: http://www.allouttabubblegum.com/main/?p=16104

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Really cool concept and well made video too. I really want to check some of these movies now, especially Django Strikes Again

Perhaps I'll make my own list for obscurish turkish movies and indian movies. :lol:


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Oh, my God! I'm loving the Kain's List project so far. I'm very excited to see what kinda stuff is coming up in the future. You really know how to analyze these films and instill interest in them. Very cool.

Also, I prefer El Dorado to Rio Bravo. Just sayin'.

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Yeah, some may consider it sacrilege, but I think I prefer El Dorado too. Can't go wrong with The Duke being teamed up with Robert Mitchum and James Cann (even if his chinaman-shtick is so grotesquely outdated it made my jaw drop).

Really liking what I've seen so far, Kain. Stagecoach and Red Sun are films I own that you've really made me want to get around to watching.

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I was very surprised with how much I liked Stagecoach. It's such a simple and straightforward journey picture that it's easy to get into and having watched all those B pictures with Wayne added another dimension to it. Also, so many other movies have taken from it which is interesting to note.

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Oh, my God! I'm loving the Kain's List project so far. I'm very excited to see what kinda stuff is coming up in the future. You really know how to analyze these films and instill interest in them. Very cool.

Also, I prefer El Dorado to Rio Bravo. Just sayin'.


Yeah, as I said, it's a better and more fleshed out version in a lot of ways, so I get it. And Caan is way better than Ricky Nelson.

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Just put Stagecoach at the top of my Netflix queue. Never seen it before and I haven't truly liked any of the John Ford movies I've seen before (never gave one anything higher than a 6/10), but I have a feeling Stagecoach will be different.

Anyway, here's my top 12 westerns:

1. Duck, You Sucker
2. The Magnificent Seven
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
4. A Fistful of Dollars
5. Westworld
6. Extreme Prejudice
7. Once Upon a Time in the West
8. Django
9. High Plain Drifter
10. For a Few Dollars More
11. Jeremiah Johnson
12. Big Jake

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One episode in, I'm already looooving this.

Great job Kain!

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The Hestinator wrote:
Just put Stagecoach at the top of my Netflix queue. Never seen it before and I haven't truly liked any of the John Ford movies I've seen before (never gave one anything higher than a 6/10), but I have a feeling Stagecoach will be different.

Anyway, here's my top 12 westerns:

1. Duck, You Sucker
2. The Magnificent Seven
3. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
4. A Fistful of Dollars
5. Westworld
6. Extreme Prejudice
7. Once Upon a Time in the West
8. Django
9. High Plain Drifter
10. For a Few Dollars More
11. Jeremiah Johnson
12. Big Jake


Great list. I have to admit I am pleasantly surprised to see Westworld on there, which is a straight up wacky movie just begging for a proper remake. And Big Jake I love just for all the completely bad-ass things said by Wayne.

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Oooh, I like it. Something about the way you talk just makes me accept everything you say, even when I disagree with it. You could become a dangerous cult leader.

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Oh man, I am so using that for the next AOBG 100.

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