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    Well the last movie I watched in theaters was 'Role Models' which was hilarious!

    I love David Wain (the director) and love his other movies 'The Ten' 'Wet Hot American Summer' etc and love him with Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter when they do their Stella stand up!

    I hadn't laughed that hard during a movie in awhile.

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    P.S I Love You... yes I get the Gerard Butler attraction now!

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    Just watched The Blues Brothers. That is such a classic movie.

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    Watched an oldie, "There Will Be Blood". Very interesting but misunderstood man...

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    Role Models. Mclovin was in it

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    Savage Grace

    There's nothing like watching a 50yo mother climbing on top of her 20-something gay son to make a person want to hurl their dinner right across the room. The hand job immediately following was pretty gross too.


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    Gross. Thanks for the heads up!

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    The Big Lebowski. So much fun!!
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    Deck the Halls. I was channel flicking while lying in bed and the remote batteries went flat and I couldn't be bothered getting up to change it manually so i was stuck watching this shit

    But it was surprisingly good. Light, cheesy fun. Danny Devito is hilarious. Matthew Broderick is in it too ... and looking miserable as always. His wife is Kristin Davis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    Savage Grace

    There's nothing like watching a 50yo mother climbing on top of her 20-something gay son to make a person want to hurl their dinner right across the room. The hand job immediately following was pretty gross too.

    Did it feature Madonna and Jesus?
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    Solstice - It was a last resort and it sucked bad. Typical suspense "B"movie and everything was predictable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    Savage Grace

    There's nothing like watching a 50yo mother climbing on top of her 20-something gay son to make a person want to hurl their dinner right across the room. The hand job immediately following was pretty gross too.

    I've seen that too. I was so skeeved out and traumatized by that scene, which I was NOT expecting. I wish they had left that particular scene to the imagination like they did the threesome between her and her son and the other gay guy. I hated that bitch character and was glad her son killed her. (it's a true story)

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    Singing in the Rain. Still very enjoyable, a classic.

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3OkXi5osfU[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6jsXQm5IrM[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FW02c5UNGl0[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jstKarcgmKU[/YOUTUBE]
    The fun part is that in the movie, Debbie Reynolds' character has to dub
    Jean Hagen's (Lina Lamont, with the screeching voice) voice, but this
    song in reality is Reynolds miming to Betty Noyes's voice! The speaking
    voice in the movie that supposedly is supplied by Reynolds is Jean Hagen's
    REAL VOICE!!!

    In the "Would You" number, Kathy Selden (Debbie Reynolds) is dubbing the
    voice of Lina Lamont (Jean Hagen) because Lina's voice is shrill and screechy. However,
    it's not Reynolds who is really speaking, it's Jean Hagen herself, who actually had a
    beautiful deep, rich voice. So you have Jean Hagen dubbing Debbie Reynolds dubbing
    Jean Hagen. And when Debbie is supposedly dubbing Jean's singing of "Would You",
    the voice you hear singing actually belongs to Betty Noyes, who had a much richer
    singing voice than Debbie.
    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuwZ5kvisbo[/YOUTUBE]
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    The Lion In Winter with Katherine Hepburn, Peter O'Toole and Anthony Hopkins. Still a great movie. All historical epics should be on the level of this movie. The acting and writing were top-notch.

    The Long Kiss Goodnight with Geena Davis and Samuel L. Jackson. That movie never gets old.


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    The Defiant Ones with Tony Curtis and Sidney Poitier.
    Love that movie.

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