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Helen_S
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Bed of Roses - Started off a bit weird, Slater's character was kinda stalkerish  - But it got much better and made me tear up at the end.
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helen, you sap.. ha
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quote:
Originally posted by Crash:
aTomiK, I love the WB Archive, but I feel bad for folks living outside the U.S. since due to rights and licensing issues, they can't ship outside the U.S. (This is a good use of ebay, I think.) I was at a convention and saw some of the discs that a guy had bought up from the WB Archive and was selling. They looked nice--good pressing, good manufacturing. I think that it's the wave of the future for back-catalog films.

Everyone can buy WB Archive stuff from Deep Discount

Yeah this is the way they are doing it now in America.
MGM just launched their Limited edition collection including some interesting titles.

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That's great news.
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Gia (1998) Angelina Jolie- True story of model Gia, whos drug taking eventually takes her life to aids
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Knight Moves (1992)

I watched this movie when I was little. It wasn't as good as I remembered it to be, but I still liked it.

[ 12. April 2011, 19:06: Message edited by: Falkor ]

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only the lonely

even better than the last time i watched it. once again candy was excellent, and i forgot how attractive ally sheedy is.

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Die Hard 2: Die Harder, 1990 - was on cable last night so I decided to watch....haven't seen it in some years. Just as good as I remembered it being.
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quote:
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Knight Moves (1992)

I watched this movie when I was little. It wasn't as good as I remembered it to be, but I still liked it.

I remember liking Knight Moves very much. Very good cast and story.
I own the VHS tape and need to watch it again.

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quote:
Originally posted by The Good Package:
only the lonely

even better than the last time i watched it. once again candy was excellent, and i forgot how attractive ally sheedy is.

She was the stupidest woman I ever met. Any way she thought that brown cows squirted chocolate milk.

Man I love that movie. I am gonna watch it again real soon. I would love to be able to give John Candy a big hug.

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what is this the front cover of GQ?

makes me laugh every time

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Natural Born Killers (1994)
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Great flick [Big Grin]
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One of my favorite Oliver Stone flicks... [Smile]
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Dogma (1999) yesterday
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quote:
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Gia (1998) Angelina Jolie- True story of model Gia, whos drug taking eventually takes her life to aids

I just watched this too. I had heard about her over the years and what happened to her but had no idea about the movie, so thanks for drawing my attention to it. Quite good. Very sad. It almost made me cry. Poor girl. Nobody deserves to die from AIDS.
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taking care of business


milt pappas and burt hooten

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Jackie Brown (1997)
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The Killing Streets (1991)

"A young Marine is kidnapped by terrorists in Lebanon. His twin brother,
frustrated at his inability to get any kind of information from the government about his brother's plight,
travels to Lebanon with a plan for his own rescue operation." IMDb

This was a fun low-budget action flick produced by Menahem Golan and shot in Israel, of course.
Starring Michael Pare in a double role, Lorenzo Lamas with a funny southern accent
and always pretty Jennifer Runyon.

Not a bad flick for b-movie lovers.

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quote:
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taking care of business


milt pappas and burt hooten

Pappas and Hooten, you got a winner!


Ohhh Spencer, we were just starting to get funky.

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Mute Witness - Super fun, even better than I remembered.

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you play an unusual game, unusual but effective!
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Mike, Ted...check out those buns!
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wow! Big hunk of cheese
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The Commitments (1991). Robert Arkins, Colm Meaney, Andrew Strong, Maria Doyle, Bronagh Gallagher, Angeline Ball, Glen Hansard, Kenneth McCluskey, Johnny Murphy, Felim Gormley, Dave Finnegan, D1ck Massey and Andrea Corr. A youthful Irish promoter puts together a band of lower class Dublin musicians to perform 60s-style soul music. Based on the novel by Roddy Doyle.
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