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Helen_S
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The Clown At Midnight - Always liked this one. Fun little slasher. I'm a sucker for the opera house settings and back story [Smile]
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Tommy boy (1995) Chris Farlie-funny movie havent seen much of his work before, he was a funny guy shame hes gone i think he would have made some great movies
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Big Daddy (1999)

A lazy law school grad adopts a kid to impress his girlfriend, but everything doesn't go as planned and he becomes the unlikely foster father. -- IMDb

6/10

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in the cold of the night 1990- an erotic thriller from nico mastorakis starring jeff lester,adrianne sachs,marc singer,david soul and shannon tweed.
very stylishly shot thriller from nico mastorakis which might be about as daft as they come but is still a quite a fun watch with rarely a dull moment and with more than its fair share of skin on display,especially if you watch the uncut nc17 version!
http://youtu.be/Kh9wyt4nQ-M .

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the rise and fall and re rise of bowling great roy munson

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Just watched The Man in the Moon (1991)

It was a nice but sad drama with a very good cast.
I liked the location, the Elvis tunes and that Billy character had a cool car [Smile]

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Pump Up the Volume (1990). Christian Slater, Annie Ross, Andy Romano, Scott Paulin, Mimi Kennedy, Anthony Lucero, Billy Morrissette, Robert Schenkkan, Cheryl Pollak, Ellen Greene and Samantha Mathis. A solitary American adolescent broadcasts a pirate radio station from his home late at night wherein his voices his thoughts on issues, enthralling his fellow high school students while infuriating its officals.
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Total Recall (1990)

One of Arnie's last great movies - it was Jingle All The Way Down from then on.

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You leave Jingle all the way alone  - [Razz]
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quote:
Originally posted by amaranth:
Tommy boy (1995) Chris Farlie-funny movie havent seen much of his work before, he was a funny guy shame hes gone i think he would have made some great movies

as far as comedies go, i would rank Tommy Boy up there with Caddyshack.
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watched The Game with Michael Douglas. fell asleep twice ha.
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quote:
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You leave Jingle all the way alone  - [Razz]

I tried, but I just can't...

It's like Steve Martin. There's his Lonely Guy phase, his Planes Trains and Automobiles phase, his Dirty Rotten Scoundrels phase, but then you get his Cheaper By The Dozen 2 phase....

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How could you? How can you not just be filled with joy at 'Why do I need a doll, I've got the real Turbo man at home' Awwwwwwww  - [Razz]
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Turbulence (1997) - Ray Liotta and Lauren Holly.
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quote:
Originally posted by Helen_S:
How could you? How can you not just be filled with joy at 'Why do I need a doll, I've got the real Turbo man at home' Awwwwwwww  - [Razz]

Exactly. There's never a Terminator around when you need one.....
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Hahaha [Big Grin]
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The Avengers (1998) - Ralph Fiennes, Uma Thurman & Sean Connery
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American Pie - Wow, this was way worse than I imagined. The Dad was the only good thing about it.
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Eugene Levy makes any movie better! (I am absolutely not a fan of the American Pie series. They are just the poor-person's Porky's knock-offs, and not nearly as funny.)

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Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (1996)

Haha, this was funny. Wayans brothers just know how to do it.

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american pie 2 was better, speaking of levy's power to enhance a film made me think of john candy's powers of contribution, those guys were a great team a few examples immeadiatley spring to mind such as armed and dangerous as well as the last polka which is on youtube and splash.

i would also put danny devito in a list with these guys, anytime they show up in a movie they make it better just by being in it

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You are right on, GP. These guys are special--and never fail to make me laugh. [Smile]

One of my favorite SCTV/Eugene Levy sketches ever:
SCTV/Eugene Levy "Al Peck's Used Fruit"

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I watched the first part of the 1997 miniseries version of "The Shining" on the Internet today with Steven Weber as Jack and Rebecca De Mornay as Wendy.
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90s guilty pleasure: You've Got Mail, with Hanks and Ryan.

It's like one of their 80s romcoms, but a bit more grown up. Me like....

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That's in my top 3 soppy films [Big Grin]
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