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Just watched The Shawshank Redemption again. I can never get sick of this one. A true work of art.
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stayed pretty true to King's short story. it's pretty much a mainstay in the top 5 of all time over at IMdB
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ASPEN EXTREME... excellent Ski instructor drama, however lame that sounds. Nice cast... That canadian mountie guy, Peter Berg, Teri Polo etc. Hadn't watched this since the 90's, It was pretty good!

I agree on this one JAYLEE. I own this on DVD as well and love it. I'm not even into skiing, but this movie is catchy for some reason.
Yeah, I was actually surprised that I liked more this time! Not into skiing either, but there is just something about it! Has a certain 80's flavor to it as well. Maybe the stuff with Peter Berg getting into drugs and all that, felt a bit forced and rushed, but overall, it's a pretty decent movie.
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Well said Jaylee.
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Just got a bunch of flicks in the mail!

CHILDS PLAY 2 and 3... love them, not as creepy as the first one, but still good fun. Any Chucky movies made after part 3 is crap!

THE HARD WAY... I had totally forgot how funny this film was, Michael J. Fox and James Woods are hilarious in this!

JUDGEMENT NIGHT... great atmospheric chase movie. I usually don't like Dennis leary, but I always loved him in this role, and Jeremy Piven too!

BOOGIE NIGHTS... one of my all time favourite movies, and probably one the best ensemble cast films ever made! there is not one bad performance in this movie, it's totally funny and sad at the same time... and that's hard to do! Listened to the audio comm. And Paul Thomas Anderson started writing it at the age of 17, that's pretty impressive!

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Wedlock, 1991. Starring Rutger Hauer and Mimi Rogers. Pretty entertaining.
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The Tommyknockers, by far the worst Stephen King film I've seen [Embarrassed]
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TICKS... pretty self explanatory title... horror with ticks, featuring Ami Dolenz and Seth Green amongst others!
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Two made for TV movies:

Moment of Truth:Why my daughter?
w/Antonio Sabto jr. and Jamie Luner.

Daughter of the Streets
w/John Stamos and Roxanne Zal.

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AIRHEADS... Funnier than I remembered!

BILLY MADISON... totally retarded, but I love early Sandler!

HAPPY GILMORE... Comedy gold, Chris McDonald is a riot in this... love Shooter McGavin!

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Judge Dread, 1995
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Watched Sling Blade last night, for probably the fifth time. It's such a good movie.
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90s weekend:

Pump Up the Volume (1990)

- Good movie. Slater is flying here.

Ricochet (1991)

- Denzel, Lithgow, Ice T show.
Mulcahy is still in shape and
it helps that Fred Dekker is involved.

Senseless (1998)

- I´ve always loved the Wayans bros.
Can´t believe that this is rated R in the States.
It´s S/T here so everyone can watch it.

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Bank Robber (1993)

- Weird flick with lots of skin to offer.
Patrick Dempsey, Judge Reinhold, Forest Whitaker
and ladies: Olivia d´Abo, Lisa Bonet & Mariska Hargitay.

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The Big Lebowski(1998) 8.5/10

Jeff Bridges
John Goodman
Steve Busciemi
Julianne Moore
David Heddleston

Plus great cameos
John Turturro
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Ben Gazzarra
Flea
Sam Elliot
Tara Reid
Aimee Mann

Joel Coen--Director

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Gotta love "The Dude." I think they are releasing a 10th Anniversary edition of the DVD soon if not already......
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quote:
Originally posted by aTomiK:
90s weekend:

Pump Up the Volume (1990)

- Good movie. Slater is flying here.

Ricochet (1991)

- Denzel, Lithgow, Ice T show.
Mulcahy is still in shape and
it helps that Fred Dekker is involved.

Senseless (1998)

- I´ve always loved the Wayans bros.
Can´t believe that this is rated R in the States.
It´s S/T here so everyone can watch it.

I love Senseless. It's also one I'd like to have on DVD.
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Gotta love "The Dude." I think they are releasing a 10th Anniversary edition of the DVD soon if not already......

For as little screen time as he had John Turturro put in a dynamite performance. He was an absolute scene stealer if there ever was one.
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Last night I was watching the "Chiller" Channel, and I came in to the middle of the movie...Never Talk to Strangers" with Rebecca Demornay and Antonia Banderas. I wanted to know what happened at the end. I ended up falling asleep.

I want to know if Antonio was the bad guy....if he wasn't.. I want to know who was...and why they were terrorizing Rebecca DeMornay.

I would never rent it to watch it again...but it is bugging me not knowing the end.

Can anyone tell me?

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I watched Clay Pigeons (with Joaquin Phoenix) this morning. Good movie...9/10
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Last night I was watching the "Chiller" Channel, and I came in to the middle of the movie...Never Talk to Strangers" with Rebecca Demornay and Antonia Banderas. I wanted to know what happened at the end. I ended up falling asleep.

I want to know if Antonio was the bad guy....if he wasn't.. I want to know who was...and why they were terrorizing Rebecca DeMornay.

I would never rent it to watch it again...but it is bugging me not knowing the end.

Can anyone tell me?

It's been awhile since I've seen this one, but I don't think Antonio was the bad guy, but I can't remember who was. I really don't think he was, but again, I'm not sure.
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quote:
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I watched Clay Pigeons (with Joaquin Phoenix) this morning. Good movie...9/10

Phoenix is good in almost everything he does. Ever see Return to Paradise? Similar to Brokedown Palace. Both are great flicks.
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Pettyfan-I didn't think he was going to be the bad guy either...that seemed too obvious...but he did have a file on her that she found in his apartment...there was a private detective following him...but I fell asleep before I could find out what he found out about him.
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Meridian (1990)

- Horror mystery flick made by Charles Band/Full Moon Entertainment.

Sherilyn Fenn and Charlie Spradling are gorgeous as always.

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I watched Dazed and Confused with my sister last night. That one never gets old for me.
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