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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFolie View Post
    ^Didn't you feel scared for Rosemary, though?
    Yeah, a little. Especially when she goes to the 2nd doctor for help and she thinks she is safe, only to have her loser husband and the cult doctor come get her. And when she locks herself in her apartment and calls her friend thinking she is safe, and all of a sudden you see some weirdos walking in the background.

    It was good, I just wasn't so impressed that I would list it in the top 10 horror flicks, but I am sure for it's day ('68) it was an amazing horror.

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    Walk the Line. Why, Joaquin, Why? He was so hot in that movie, what happened?

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    Just rewatched A Clockwork Orange, I'm obsessed with this film...
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    Driving Miss Daisy was on last night. I do love that damned movie....
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    ^^^
    i can't even think about 'driving miss daisy' without being reminded of the awesome and hilarious 'sweded' re-make in 'be kind, rewind'.
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    I didn't know Carl Anderson died! I had a crush on him after seeing the movie.I love Jesus Christ Superstar. Heaven on their minds is an awesome song.

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    Cruel Intentions. Much better than I thought it'd be. A bit awkward at times, and Sarah Michelle Gellar's acting was a bit one-dimensional, but overall I liked it, especially Ryan Philippe's performance.
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    hubby & i watched poltergeist a few nights back. oh, that's such a great movie...it still holds up after all these years.

    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    ^^^
    i can't even think about 'driving miss daisy' without being reminded of the awesome and hilarious 'sweded' re-make in 'be kind, rewind'.
    haha! i'm that way with ghostbusters...especially the ghostbusters theme song. i sing it the way it's sung in be kind, remind. i love that movie!
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    The Spirit

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    Quote Originally Posted by ang View Post

    haha! i'm that way with ghostbusters...especially the ghostbusters theme song. i sing it the way it's sung in be kind, remind. i love that movie!
    hahahaha their ghostbusters is the best. i love the 'special effects' and the christmas decorations used as lasers for their guns. genius.
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    Blade Runner (director's cut). A little bit disappointing.
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    Zack and Miri Make a Porno.

    Loved it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFolie View Post
    Blade Runner (director's cut). A little bit disappointing.
    I am so glad I am not the only one who feels that way. I visited the Sci-FI museum here in Seattle recently and saw their collection of memorabilia, and another museum-goer mentioned loving it, so I grabbed it. I thought the beginning was great. In fact, I was rather intrigued with the parallels to BSG. (Skin jobs, etc.) The second half was a crazy, howling mess. (And the "love" scene between Harrison Ford and the robot chick was extremely uncomfortable.)
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    I cannot believe anyone is describing Blade Runner as disappointing in any way, it's one of my favourite movies ever!

    Last movie I watched was a terrible horror film with Elisabeth Shue where she has just had a baby and she has a serious case of post partum depression. It was slow and not terribly scary but the ending packed quite a punch. I think it's called First Born, something not too original like that. Elisabeth Shue looks like crap in it, she is not aging well.

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    Dr Dolittle 2. I decided I'd rather watching talking animals than human actors.

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