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Key Scene: Rodney in excelsis at a high-tone country club soiree bellowing "No offense! Best Line: "Hey, everybody, we're all gonna get laid! ROCKY 1976 A blue-collar anthem for the ages, as lunkhead from the neighborhood makes good because he can absorb a surreal amount of punishment.
Miraculously, Martin Scorsese makes it into an ode to the human spirit.
Joe Pesci, as Jake's brother, makes punk poetry of Paul Schrader's f--k-encrusted dialogue. BULLITT 1968 The ultimate Steve Mc Queen, and a defining moment in guy movie history.
They are unapologetically male, and often politically incorrect..movies do have a moral, and it's always straightforward: If you're a cop or a criminal, a team player or a lone wolf, all that matters is being brave and honorable, no matter the consequences. DIRTY HARRY 1972 As avenging cop Dirty Harry Callahan, Clint Eastwood shoots first and asks questions later, creating the most politically incorrect hero in movie history. Best Line: "Don't ever take sides with anybody against the family again." "I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse." "Leave the gun; take the cannolis." There are millions of them. SCARFACE 1983 An unapologetic assault on everything decent and honorable -- and that's why we love it. DIE HARD 1988 Forget all the great action scenes this film has -- the best moments are when underdog Bruce Willis kicks the snobby Eurotrash villains' asses without ever losing his all-American sense of humor.
With his ever ready .44 magnum ("the most powerful handgun in the world"), Clint brings unreconstructed frontier justice to criminal-coddling San Francisco, becoming a role model for law-and-order conservatives everywhere. Al Pacino's Tony Montana makes his Michael Corleone look and sound like Mr. Nothing beats the film's coke-fueled mobster wisdom. then you get the power, then you get the woman" set the tone for a whole generation of gangsta rappers. The scene where the German villain gets his comeuppance for trying to use the word "cowboy" as an insult resonates more today, though it'd be even better if the guy were French. THE TERMINATOR 1984 Arnold Schwarzenegger was originally offered the human lead, but he realized that a killer robot from the future was the role he was really born to play. THE ROAD WARRIOR 1981 Along the endless highways of the Australian outback the loner hero of western and samurai fame gets a futuristic face-lift from Mel Gibson's leather-clad Mad Max.
Key Scene: The slo-mo fights, choreographed to the sound of exploding flashbulbs. He was the coolest star we ever had, and his minimalist charisma keeps winning converts with every passing year.
GOODFELLAS 1990 Half tragedy, half farce, Martin Scorsese's sadistic gangster classic is a heartfelt fantasy about joining the ultimate boys club.
Before he sealed his legend by dying young, the savagely graceful actor explained his secret: "I am not acting.
I am just doing my thing." Key Scene: Battling the steel-clawed Han in an underground hall of mirrors.
Best Line: "Through long years of rigorous training, sacrifice, denial, pain, we forge our bodies in the fire of our will." 17.
APOCALYPSE NOW 1979 How many people truly admire this Francis Ford Coppola-John Milius collaboration as a scathing indictment of the debacle in Vietnam? The real reason the film keeps growing in stature is that it's a hallucinatory head trip, the war film to watch when you are baked and basted.
Key Scene: The sniper's identity revealed: a true peek into the abyss. NO 1962 The first and purest of the James Bond flicks, before the series turned cute and predictable.