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Dexter Motley Morgan
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Philadelphia. Great, moving performances by Mr. Hanks and Mr. Washington........
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Heart and Souls (1993) on cable.Never did see this one before.I was sure this would be a 80`s movie,but there you go..Anyway i could even manage all the advertising breaks,not bad [Wink] But then again, anything starring Elisabeth Shue always get my attention.I enjoyed it a lot,and even though i`m not a big Robert Downey Jr fan,i think he did a nice job on this one.
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The Saint, 1997. Elisabeth Shue, Val Kilmer. I like this one alot. Two actors I've always liked and a pretty cool story.

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The Saint, 1997. Elisabeth Shue, Val Kilmer. I like this one alot. Two actors I've always liked and a pretty cool story.

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I know I've seen this, but, I don't remember it... Gotta watch it again now... [Smile]
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quote:
Originally posted by bandit:
Heart and Souls (1993) on cable.Never did see this one before.I was sure this would be a 80`s movie,but there you go..Anyway i could even manage all the advertising breaks,not bad [Wink] But then again, anything starring Elisabeth Shue always get my attention.I enjoyed it a lot,and even though i`m not a big Robert Downey Jr fan,i think he did a nice job on this one.

I remember this being a good flick...
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White Sands (1992)

- A good thriller.
Saw this last time back in ´93.

Good soundtrack and great acting:
Willem Dafoe, Mickey Rourke, Sam L. Jackson
and lots of other familiar names.

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Miller's Crossing (1990) 7/10

Gabriel Byrne
Albert Finney
John Turturro

Joel Coen--Director
Ethan Coen--Producer

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One Fine Day (1996)

I love Michelle Pfeiffer!

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Kuffs (1992)

- Great early 90s action/comedy with a certain 80s feel.
Good Axel F like theme by Harold Faltermeyer.

Christian Slater and Milla Jovovich stars.
I watched The Monster Squad just before this and what do you know,
Mother Crenshaw is here as a police officer. It´s a small world.

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The River Wild with Meryl Streep and Kevin Bacon--good movie.
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I actually really like The River Wild.
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bridges of madison county
clueless and halloween h20

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The River Wild was good; I saw it a long time again.

The last 90's movie I watched was Phantasm 3, lol.

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A Perfect World (1993)
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Mystery Men (1999)

Some really corny lines - mostly surrounding forks or flatulence.....

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I loved Mystery Men! I remember seeing that in theaters. When they fried the superhero guy it terrified me. O.o

I think I watched Phantasm IV: Oblivion last, ha ha.

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Grave Secrets: The Legacy Of Hilltop Drive, Halloween 6, Amityville: Dollhouse, The Nightmare Before Christmas and Candyman.
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What's eating Gilbert Grape....I watched it yesterday [Big Grin]
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I watched John Carpenter's Village of the Damned--evil little silver-haired kids! Good movie.
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I watched Predator 2 (1990). I struggled somewhat with the beginning, because – apart from Danny Glover who simply had to reprise his role of Lethal Weapon and Gary Busey, being his usual self – the acting was pretty bad. Bill Paxton was even more annoying than he was in Weird Science.
Anyway, from the second half on this movie was actually pretty good, packed with action and even funny at times. Overall, I really liked it. I give it a 7/10.

Oh and jdocster… this Predator spares (pregnant) women and children. [Wink]

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watched philidelphia last night with tom hanks. he was brilliant in this movie but man.. what a tough movie to watch.. [Frown]
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I watched Starship Troopers (1997) last night. It's loosely based on Robert A. Heinlein's classic Sci-fi novel.
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quote:
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I watched Predator 2 (1990)

Oh and jdocster… this Predator spares (pregnant) women and children. [Wink]

...hahaha Not as brutal huh? I saw it in the theater and on VHS back in the 90s. It wasn't anywhere near as good as Predator. It was still fun to see though.

...if it bleeds we can kill it. [Smile]

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Heat.
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Enemy Of The State (1998)

Very good and quite original - for once it isn't Tommy Lee Jones chasing the main character.

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