Favorite "Manly Movie"



Favorite "Manly Movie"

Postby NarrowJ » Tue Jan 14, 2014 11:15 pm

Heartbreak Ridge with Clint Eastwood

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Re: Favorite "Manly Movie"

Postby PrettyDecent » Wed Jan 15, 2014 12:22 am

I know it's been mentioned on this board ad-nauseum, but for sure - Casino Royale.

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Re: Favorite "Manly Movie"

Postby NarrowJ » Wed Jan 15, 2014 1:27 am

PrettyDecent wrote:I know it's been mentioned on this board ad-nauseum, but for sure - Casino Royale.

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Hell yesss.... And Quantum Of Solace was sweet as well. The newer Bond flicks are great. Daniel Craig is phenomenal. Saw the most recent one (Skyfall) and didn't feel it was up to par with the others of recent, but still very good.

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Re: Favorite "Manly Movie"

Postby Ross » Wed Jan 15, 2014 3:43 am

1. Christian Bale in American Psycho (Complex, Cut-throat, Selfish)
2. Sean Connery in From Russia with Love (Smooth, Sexual)
3. Ryan Reynolds in Van Wilder (Fun-loving)

Those three movies have my favorite male leads. I actually do not enjoy watching Daniel Craig in the newer Bond flicks. The action sequences are good, the Bond girls are hot, he's got amazing fundamentals, but the dialogue absolutely bores me to tears.
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Re: Favorite "Manly Movie"

Postby PinotNoir » Wed Jan 15, 2014 12:41 pm

I enjoy almost anything by Quentin Tarantino. My favorites would be Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, and Reservoir Dogs.

I don't think any of those are that great for learning seduction, except for maybe Bruce Willis, John Travolta, and Samuel L. Jackson (his serious, Byronic side) in Pulp Fiction.

As far as seduction, I agree with PrettyDecent on Casino Royale, absolutely fantastic. Brad Pitt and George Clooney do an excellent job of being sexy, but not that many movies I like, except for Troy and O Brother, Where Art Thou?.

Ah, I almost forgot Looper. Joseph Gordon-Levitt can be one sexy man. James Franco can be pretty damn sexy too, but most of his movies don't portray that side (like 127 Hours).

Even though it's not a manly movie, Jude Law exhibits some brilliant fundamentals (facial, etc.) in the Holiday (recently watched it in December, so on my mind).
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Re: Favorite "Manly Movie"

Postby TheWiseFool » Wed Jan 15, 2014 8:31 pm

I don't have a favorite, but the first that comes to mind is "The Dark Knight."
The black knight rarely removes their armor. In it they are protected from all harm. A trusted few are allowed to see the knight beneath. However cool their demeanor, though, the black knight is just as human as any other man.
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Re: Favorite "Manly Movie"

Postby Grand Pooba » Fri Jan 17, 2014 10:59 pm

1. From Russia With Love, & Thunderball (James Bond)
2. LA Confidential (three styles of man)
3. Swingers (a very guy movie)
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Re: Favorite "Manly Movie"

Postby -B- » Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:38 pm

-Cinderella Man
-Band of Brothers (Dick Winters is the man)
-The original Alien and Predator (im pretty sure only guys watch Sci-fi suspense, thriller but man its awesome)
-Heavyweights (can you get any more man than Tony Perkis?)
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Re: Favorite "Manly Movie"

Postby DarkKnight » Tue Apr 16, 2019 4:55 pm

Fun subject.

Well I like most movies from the eighties or ninetees from Schwarzenegger, Stallone, Van Damme, Mel Gibson etc.

But there is one movie which has always been absolutely magic for me: Conan the Barbarian. The incredible musical score, Schwarzeneggers imposing looks after he has done his sword kata after his apparant death and recovery. Nothing resonates as much with me as that scene.

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Re: Favorite "Manly Movie"

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Re: Favorite "Manly Movie"

Postby Mr.Rob » Fri Apr 19, 2019 12:00 pm

Good one Fuck This.

I would add to this list just about any John Wayne movie. His relationship management skills and the way he naturally treats women (like little girls and puts them in place but still respects and cares for them... unless they dont deserve it) is absolutely a case study to watch and learn from.

Here are some good starters:
Hondo
The Quiet Man
McClintock
Legend of The Lost
In Old California (more young/naive/respectful here)

And pretty much any movie with John Wayne featuring a female lead is bound to be good.
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Re: Favorite "Manly Movie"

Postby GreekLetterMale » Sat May 11, 2019 7:44 pm

What I really enjoy in movies is when they depict the transition from boyhood to manhood, yet I find most movies to be too politically charged to give a non-biased or morally neutral view on this matter.

Recently I watched They Live which is a fun movie for when you want to identify on which "side" of societal conflicts you want to position yourself, though it shows evil people as robots ruling the world by 2025 and leaves no room for neutrals (which are all dead except a few unorganised, yet good-willed terrorists, bringing their kids to terrorist meetings) and implies only the crusader-like heroes who start their revenge crusades as soon as they learn about the truth at age 30 can be real men. I love conspiracy movies.
Dark Knight I find a great archetypical work of art.
The Tree of Life goes deep into father-son relationships and how that forms you as a man. One review I read said something like you either get this movie and cry throughout, or think it's trash and see it as arthouse crap.
And The Godfather series does a great deal of covering ground on family, mentorship, coming-of-age (in a non-high school kind of way), business and life.
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