Reo’s Movie Picks

Nelson's movie mecca Reo's offers some movies suitable for male bonding and to strengthen testosterone.

Now that Valentine’s Day is over, you fellas need some solid male bonding. To strengthen your testosterone, Reo’s recommends the following:

Apocalypse Now – (1976) Truly one of the most quoted movies of all time

Longest Yard – (1976) What more could you ask for? It’s like watching sports and a movie at the same time!

Pulp Fiction (1994) – black humour and lots of gratuitous violence

National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978) – irresponsible, irreverent, drunk & stupid – great heroes of the guy movie genre

Goodfellas (1990) – Joe Pesci is priceless as Tommy DeVito

The Blues Brothers (1980) – these guys wrote the book on cool

Caddy Shack (1980) – Classic Bill Murray

Every Bond movie except  Never Say Never Again


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