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    Quote Originally Posted by msdeb View Post
    i already do that! No one watches it with me anymore!(in addition to that, i also do it with Wizard of Oz, Gone with the Wind and Grease LOL)

    Gone With the Wind too? Oh my gosh the war was fought in less time than it took to show that movie... however we got some great one liners.. "as surely as there is a God in Heaven I will never go hungry again!!... runs off with sisters fiance. I'm like that with Footloose - got to do the hair swing and Streets Of Fire with Michael Pare' - gosh that guy can't act but what lovely eye candy. What lovely guilty pleasure!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    It looks like The Ten Commandments only came on last night. Tonight ABC has its regular programming scheduled. My Comcast On Demand guide said it would be on twice. Hmmmmm, I thought that seemed strange.
    wow, i just looked at our guide, and no Ten Commandments. this is just not right. Ten Commandments is ALWAYS shown on Easter. ABC sucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msdeb View Post
    wow, i just looked at our guide, and no Ten Commandments. this is just not right. Ten Commandments is ALWAYS shown on Easter. ABC sucks.
    Word. Showing it last night made it so anti-climactic.

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    Talk about mindfuck. >.<
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    Quote Originally Posted by msdeb View Post
    The Misfits. Damn, i had forgotten how old Clark Gable was.
    I thought he and Marilyn were so sexy together. Now I feel like I understand them as adults vs. when I first saw it as a teenager.


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    Gran Torino. Clint Eastwoods voice drove me insane


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    My Fellow Americans, again. James Garner & Jack Lemmon were hysterical in this film.


    Kingcap - Okay, here we go. I found it online and figured if he liked it, I'll like it. I haven't laughed like that in a long time.


    Jack Lemmon and James Garner were perfect. What timing. Garner ‘s delivery was brilliant. I love when these guys curse. Imagine if Bogie had made it to the 70’s movies? I’d love to hear him say fuck you you sonofabitch or you're a pussy like they did.

    It reminded my a little of Trading Places (in feeling). A silly story with a good script and respect for these actors.
    That script was the snappiest and the supporting cast was perfect. Lauren Bacall, Sela Ward. Class all the way.

    John Heard’s character on the golf course?
    When they were in the mobile home?
    The parade of Dorothy’s?

    So much fun. Thank you. By the way - John Heard has worked consistently which is great in itself, but to me he'll always be Alex Cutter in Cutter's Way. What a screen character. Watch that one again if you can.

    Lemmon: Did you hear that?
    Bacall: I did. It was a crock and we both know it.

    Lemmon: It was kick in the balls.

    Lemmon: Oh, sorry, sweetheart

    Bacall: Please….I’m a politician’s wife. I’ve a set of my own.

    James Garner: Tell me who did it. If you tell me it’s Kramer, I’ll give you a big kiss on the lips. Tongue, no tongue, your choice.


    Wilford Brimley to Sela Ward : If you’ll excuse me, my salad is getting cold.


    I laughed so hard when they go into the men’s room.


    The First Penis? Oh my God.

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    I watched Twlight: New Moon. I lost a few brain cells.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post
    So much fun. Thank you. By the way - John Heard has worked consistently which is great in itself, but to me he'll always be Alex Cutter in Cutter's Way. What a screen character. Watch that one again if you can.
    Anyone who hasn't seen Cutter's Way really needs to. Chalet, when I saw "The Big Lebowski," I thought Jeff Bridges was ripping-off Richard Bone, his own character in Cutter's Way, as a comic turn. What do you think?

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    Watched '2012' this weekend. I really liked it, it's not Oscar material, and unrealistic for sure, but it's a good, mindless, action packed disaster movie that fulfilled my expectations.

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    I watched 4 movies over the weekend.

    The Box. It was okay. I had heard it was the same story as the Monkey's Paw that I read in high school. Started out similar,...but quickly went another direction.

    I Love You, Man. It was okay. Had a few funny lines in it,...but nothing I would buy to re-watch.

    Maid of Honor. Typical dumb love story. Nothing to write home about, either.

    The Blind Side. It was a pretty good, feel good movie. I liked how sassy Sandra's character was in the movie. And the boy who played her son, SJ,...that kid just cracked me up. But the kid needs braces though.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post

    Kingcap - Okay, here we go. I found it online and figured if he liked it, I'll like it. I haven't laughed like that in a long time.


    Jack Lemmon and James Garner were perfect. What timing. Garner Ďs delivery was brilliant. I love when these guys curse. Imagine if Bogie had made it to the 70ís movies? Iíd love to hear him say fuck you you sonofabitch or you're a pussy like they did.

    It reminded my a little of Trading Places (in feeling). A silly story with a good script and respect for these actors. That script was the snappiest and the supporting cast was perfect. Lauren Bacall, Sela Ward. Class all the way.

    John Heardís character on the golf course?
    When they were in the mobile home?
    The parade of Dorothyís?

    So much fun. Thank you. By the way - John Heard has worked consistently which is great in itself, but to me he'll always be Alex Cutter in Cutter's Way. What a screen character. Watch that one again if you can.

    Lemmon: Did you hear that?
    Bacall: I did. It was a crock and we both know it.
    Lemmon: It was kick in the balls.
    Lemmon: Oh, sorry, sweetheart
    Bacall: PleaseÖ.Iím a politicianís wife. Iíve a set of my own.

    James Garner: Tell me who did it. If you tell me itís Kramer, Iíll give you a big kiss on the lips. Tongue, no tongue, your choice.

    Wilford Brimley to Sela Ward : If youíll excuse me, my salad is getting cold.

    I laughed so hard when they go into the menís room.

    The First Penis? Oh my God.
    Chalet, you picked up on every reason why I love that movie. Lemmon and Garner did have perfect chemistry. And you're right, it did have that Trading Places feel to it, which is ironic since Dan Aykroyd was in My Fellow Americans, too. The writing and comic timing were perfect. I have to pick up the DVD at some point.

    My favorite scene:

    Lemmon: You know somethin' I gotta tell you after going through this whole thing I've realized that...I really don't like you.

    Garner: No kidding.

    Lemmon: But that isn't exactly what I wanted to say. The thing is...I don't like you. But I think I'm going to miss you.

    And John Heard was great. I've always liked his work. He was definitely the Dan Quayle character. And I haven't checked out Cutter's Way, but I will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasha View Post
    Anyone who hasn't seen Cutter's Way really needs to. Chalet, when I saw "The Big Lebowski," I thought Jeff Bridges was ripping-off Richard Bone, his own character in Cutter's Way, as a comic turn. What do you think?
    the coen brothers always said they wrote the role specifically for jeff bridges, based on his acting and previous roles. but the real inspiration for the the dude is political activist jeff dowd.
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    If These Walls Could Talk 1 and 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFolie View Post
    What do you mean? Btw, it's one of my fave movies.
    Just that even *I* can't believe I waited 22 years to watch such a great movie. I guess I was of the mindset that the movie couldn't be nearly as good as the book. But it was really good on it's own merits.

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    ^^Ok, I see. Have you watched Valmont?

    Last film was Gloria. Damn, it was so repetitive, but Gena Rowlands was great and I must confess I liked the last scene
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    Oliver Stone's Nixon.

    Watched most of it. At some point I nodded off so I'm not sure how it ends. The camera angles and endless jump cuts made me dizzy.

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