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Elvira, Mistress Of The Dark
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The Man In The White Suit

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Me and a friend just watched Roadhouse.

I don't remember it being as bad as it was, I watched it twice at the movies. I have it on VHS...but every time I have seen it, it has been edited for tv...so I was like WHOA! when I watched it this time....it was bad...there was ALOT of nudity...and then some. I can't believe I don't remember that.

I think Patrick Swayze is probably one of the best dressed guys in any 80's movie in that movie.
I love all his clothes. And he looked pretty good without any too...it sure worked for me. [Big Grin]

I love the fight scene at the end, where he does alot of spinning and kicking, and jumping through the air, I like that suspenseful sounding music they play durning those scenes.

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Superman Returns. 10/10 stars for me!
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Magnum Force
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last movie i watch realy was not a movie it was a duckumentry called the rise and fall of w.c.c.w.
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Cars!!! Loved it!!!!
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Not so much a 'last movie', but more of a declaration of my 'next' movie, later tonight....

Good old eBay just delivered a dvd transfer copy of ELECTRIC DREAMS!!!!!!!!

I say again. Good old eBay.

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I started watching Summer School...and got through the beginning that I hadn't seen yet....I love that movie!! I love everyone's clothes. Kristie Alley's clothes were awesome, I like her denim skirt and shirt she has on at the beginning.

Before Summer School...I watched Sudden Impact.

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Bewitched and Underclassman--both were good. I was surprised that Bewitched was good, and I'd never heard of Underclassman, but it was a Starz Saturday premiere.
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Nacho Libre - pretty funny! [Big Grin]
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Last movie I watched was "2 Weeks Notice"
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quote:
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Magnum Force

One of my favourites, Dirty Harry and Magnum Force are definitely in my all time top 10. [Smile]

The last movie I watched was "No Mans Land" with Charlie Sheen. I re-watched the opening credits a few times after the flick had ended too. It has a great sequence opening with the "Orion" logo(something about their titles that always brings the 80s back to me) and then panning into a night time skyline with some very 80s synth pop. Great stuff.

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This horror movie called Venom, about snakes and voodoo and Louisiana. Good movie. And then I watched Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3.
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Just got done watching The Hitcher, with Rutger Hauer and the excellent C. Thomas Howell.

Wasn't as good as I thought it would be, and not much overt *80s* action (outfits, music etc.) although as a good suspense/mild horror/action piece, it worked well, and was very nicely filmed too.

A shame that the lovely Jennifer Jason Leigh had to end up like that, and, hehe, not much of her sexy body on display this time either sadly.

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Just went to see Cars. Loved it! [Big Grin]
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Run Lola Run, in my favourite repatory cinema which is closing in a few days. [Frown]
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Silver Streak on TV (Saw it for the first time. Words cannot describe how much sense it made to make Gene Wilder black.). We rented The Matador and Bewitched (the remake), which were both pretty good (I've seen Bewitched before; but I thought it was cute).
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I am currently watching Clue. I am going to be cleaning house today and I always like to put on a good 80s flick and listen to it as I work around the house. It is so funny because I have seen so many so many times that I can just picture exactly what is going on scene per scene as I listen to the movie.
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quote:
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I am currently watching Clue. I am going to be cleaning house today and I always like to put on a good 80s flick and listen to it as I work around the house. It is so funny because I have seen so many so many times that I can just picture exactly what is going on scene per scene as I listen to the movie.

I love Clue, I always watch it around Christmas time (no idea why) late at night with the gf. Great atmospheric movie.
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Saw Flight Plan with Jodie Foster and Rollbounce with Bow Wow, Mike Epps and Chi McBride. Rollbounce was AWESOME. It was a lot better than what I thought it would be.
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The 20th anniversary 2 disc dvd set is loaded with features and was well worth the $7.00.

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quote:
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Tron

The 20th anniversary 2 disc dvd set is loaded with features and was well worth the $7.00.

OMG, I have been *dying* to get that! My mom just said she'll get it for me for Christmas.
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We watched The Outsiders fairly recently - I think that was the last film I sat and watched start to finish. The best thing was it was every bit as good as I remember.

I am desperately trying to get hold of a copy of Rumblefish at the moment. I am pretty sure they also did a film of The Was Then This Is Now which was the follow up book to The Outsiders, but it's like trying to find a needle in a haystack.

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Alex--Check on Amazon.com for "That Was Then, This is Now." I've never seen it. I read the book, and it was great. I'd like to see the movie someday.

Ok, so I watched "The Fog" Saturday night. The remake. It was okay. The original was much, much better.

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