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LISA LISA
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I watched The Jagged Edge last night...which I think is a great movie...and I thought Jeff Bridges looked the best he ever has, I love his clothes in the movie.

Then after that I watched Single White Female. I still can't believe how different Jennifer Jason Leigh looks in this movie.

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Inside Man. I highly recommend it...
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I love Jagged Edge....great movie.
Your right about Jeff Bridges...he looks good in this film.

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My husband is addicted to Stripes, so that's the last 80's movie I saw...I really need to do some catching up...lol.
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One of those movies ya might catch on Skinemax at 2am one night and a guilty pleasure of mine, Exit to Eden, starring Dan Aykroyd, the beautiful Dana Delaney and Rosie O'donnell.
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We watched John Carpenter's Escape from New York last night. Outstanding movie for it's time.
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I warched Crash. Excellent movie. I can see why it won Best Picture Oscar.
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Reservoir Dogs

just so I could see Chris Penn playing the character that helped inspire the Nice Guy part of my nickname.

RIP Nice Guy Eddie Cabot

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I just watched Major League. Funny movie.
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Yesterday we watched Chronicles of Narnia. The first 45 minutes was a snoozefest for me, but after that it was pretty good.
Last Thurs. I watched Brokeback Mountain. I didn't like the "gay porn" parts- I thought they could have left those out and the movie would have been better. Not a movie that I'll watch again.

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King Kong ....why didn't anyone tell me it lasted 8 hours? The special effects were incredible, but "No Way" factor was too high. Like "No Way" they survived that dinosaur stampede, Like "No Way" you can use a machinegun to shoot giant bugs off someone and not hit the person, like "No Way" you could fit King Kong on that dinky ship...you know the "No Way" Factor. [Big Grin]

Btw, I still haven't decided how much I liked it.

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We watched Brokeback Mountain earlier tonite. The gay porn parts were rather disturbing to me, but overall I think it was a well-done movie. Did that first porn scene in the tent come from out of nowhere or what? And I had also heard a rumor that Heath Ledger used his licked finger as a lube aid in one scene. Right when the movie came out, someone posted on here who claimed they saw it and said that fact was not true when in fact it was. They must have a saw a different version than me or didn't really watch it. Yuck. LOL.........
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At the weekend i watched Crash, The sure thing, say anything, the witches of eastwick and field of dreams. I was babysitting my baby cousin so had alot of time on my hands to watch moves while he slept.

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Last weekend I went to see The Benchwarmers. It's pretty funy.
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I watched Witness last night, I love that movie. I am surrounded by Amish, and it was filmed not far from me. I remember right after that murder happened in real life, I was actually in the Philadelphia train station, it was a little freaky. I didn't want to have to use the bathrooms.
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I love "Witness" aswell.
I watched "Flightplan" last night. It was ok.
I want to go and see "An american Haunting" this weekend.

Annier

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I went to see Ice Age 2 and Take the Lead. Both are good. Ice Age is very funny and Take the Lead is very interesting with some funny moments too.
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Mane1980, I'm a huge dance movie fan, probably started when my mom took me to see "Saturday Night Fever" as a young boy not realizing she would have to cover my eyes and ears half of the movie. I think she was a bit embarrassed because she thought the movie would be only about disco dancing...needless to say I got educated on few things during that film experience.

But anyway, I try to catch most movies that involve dancing...Breakin', Footloose, Dirty Dancing, Can't Buy Me Love(ha), Beat Street, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, Flashdance, and the list goes on. I do my best to keep my dance moves fresh by watching some of the new movies like Save The Last Dance (which I kind of liked) and the not so great Honey and You Got Served. So do you rate Take The Lead worth a watch?

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I watched Private School last night, then I watched the end of Lucas, then I watched Stanley & Iris...needless to say, I didn't sleep much last night.
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Well, in the last week or so i've seen:

Band of the Hand
Strange Days
eXistenZ
Get Shorty
Ghost in the Shell
Dazed and Confused

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Three movies seen over this weekend.... (none of them 80s, so sorry.....)

Wallace & Gromit - Curse Of The Were Rabbit. These guys can't go wrong. Loved it.

The Wedding Date. Again, I thought this was really good. It was better than the usual 'modern romantic comedy' movie, probably due to the actors. Debra Messing, Dermot Mulroney and Jack Davenport were very good.

Carry On Cruising. An understated masterpiece. Really funny. I hadn't seen it for a while, but it was on, and so I thought I'd sit and watch. Hee hee hee.....

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I watched The Stepfather and Curse 2-the Bite last night...and it is weird when you watch a movie and see someone in it that you didn't realize who they were in the movie(as the actor) .

Like, the other night I watched Meatballs...and I love the cast of Meatballs...but they were hardly in any other movies...the guys that played Spaz and Larry- it says on IMDB they were in 3 movies together...and one was Happy Birthday to Me- which I knew the guy that played Hardware in Meatballs was in Happy Birthday to Me, but I didn't know the other 2 guys were. Anyway...the girl that plays "Jackie" in Meatballs...it said on IMDB that she was in The Stepfather...well I have seen that movie a billion times, and didn't remember her, well it took me awhile to figure it out, but she plays the wife and mother in this family that he shows a house to...he's outside pushing the little girl on the swing while the parents are looking at the house. Then...I watched Curse 2-I knew I had seen the woman that plays "Flo"...in other stuff...so I looked her up and she's been in lots of stuff...but the one thing that shocked me of who she was...was she played the "Wrong" Sarah Conner in the Terminator, the one that gets killed when she answers the door.

I think that is cool, about seeing a movie again that you have seen before, and noticing things you didn't ..the last 20 times you watched it.

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quote:
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Mane1980, I'm a huge dance movie fan, probably started when my mom took me to see "Saturday Night Fever" as a young boy not realizing she would have to cover my eyes and ears half of the movie. I think she was a bit embarrassed because she thought the movie would be only about disco dancing...needless to say I got educated on few things during that film experience.

But anyway, I try to catch most movies that involve dancing...Breakin', Footloose, Dirty Dancing, Can't Buy Me Love(ha), Beat Street, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, Flashdance, and the list goes on. I do my best to keep my dance moves fresh by watching some of the new movies like Save The Last Dance (which I kind of liked) and the not so great Honey and You Got Served. So do you rate Take The Lead worth a watch?

Sorry it took this time for me to answer but I was out of town.

Yeah go watch Take the Lead is worth watching. The Tango is Hot (LOL). There's a scene where Antonio Banderas dances the tango with someone to get the interest of the students on Ballroom Dancing.

I liked it and had a good time.

I tried to catch up on the movies and went to see Just Friends wich I like tough I felt the ending was missing something but it was cool. I also saw Ultraviolet wich didn't like, tough the special effects are way cool, but the movie was weird.

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I just watched Where the Truth Lies. It was okay, but I thought it jumped around too much through the first half of the film, between the time periods of 1957 and 1972. It was also a little slow. If you have kids, don't watch it with them- there are a lot of sex scenes and a murder. All in all, I'd give it 2 1/2 stars out of 5. Kevin Bacon and Colin Firth and Alison Lohman were all good.
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I went today to see The Wild with my Mom. I tought it was boring, it had few jokes but was borings, even a 4 year old kid that was next to me was asking his dad if they could go home.
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