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cindymancini
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Okay, I must admit up until about a year ago, when I thought of Jon Cryer, I instantly thought of Pretty In Pink. I really didn't know too much about his other work, or if he even had any for that matter.

Then I found the vintage video store in my area and saw movies like Hiding Out and Morgan Stewart's Coming Home sitting on the shelf and I was like oh, I guess he did do other stuff besides Duckie.

So, what is your favorite Jon Cryer movie? I would have to go with his first, No Small Affair with Demi Moore. The first time I watched this I thought it was okay but now after seeing it like 2 or 3 times, I really like it. His parents in the movie both played on Three's Company in several episodes. So great! Plus, E.G. Daily is in it!! [Big Grin]

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I'm a Ducky Lover.
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l liked Hiding Out the best. That was cool.
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I didn't know that his parents were actors, I would still have to say Duckie rules--PIP!!!
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My favorite Cryer film is Hiding Out. PinP stands a very close second, but Hiding Out was the best, imo.
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Devolution here,

I go against the grain. Morgan Stewart's coming home. Easily my favorite. Hands down.

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Everyone knows I love the Duck [Wink]
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I like him in Hot Shots when he's practically blind. His clueless line, "Thank you Andre, I'll have the veal pecata," after being dragged all the way to the hospital is an all-time favorite.
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I LOVE DUCKY !!! pretty in pink all the way baby
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Hiding Out. I also liked No Small Affair, but having Dinty Moore around kind of makes that one tough to watch.
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quote:
Originally posted by Earth Angel:
Everyone knows I love the Duck [Wink]

[Wink]
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Duckie has to be his most memorable!

I like Hiding Out and No Small Affair! but the Duck.........I loooooooooove the Duck!

I'd just die for a man to sing some Otis to me....Duckie stlye! wooooo.....Andie was a fool. [Razz]

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I loved Hiding Out, and Morgan Stewart is coming Home. They are classic
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Oi Tepperman......STEP AWAY FROM THE DUCK!!!...the Duck is MINE!! [Wink] [Razz]
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What do you guys think of Cryer in 2 1/2 Men?
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Muffy I agree that Duckie singing in "Pretty In Pink" was awesome. However I prefer Jon Cryer in the movie "Hiding Out".

Wow, check out this link and look how young everyone looked in the 80's.

Brat Packers & Friends

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I never knew who officially was the Brat Pack, so Daphne Zuniga and Jennifer Grey must be part of the and "friends" part, cause I never considered them true brat packers.

But, that is a cool bunch of people, they all made some cool 80's stuff.

I always thought there was a sub division of brat packers, and the whole entire cast of April Fool's Day would fall in to it, which includes:

Deborah Foreman
Deborah Goodrich
Amy Steel
Clayton Rohner
Ken Olandt

and then others like:
Phoebe Cates
Judd Reinhold
Jennifer Jason Leigh
Jill Schoelen
Adam Baldwin
Zach Galligan
John Cusak
Diane Franklin
Lucinda ****ey
Betsy Russell
Catherine Mary Stewart
Kelly Preston
Kim Catrall
Steve Guttenberg
Kelly Lynch
Elizabeth Shue
Meg Tilly
Jamie Lee Curtis
Penelope Ann Miller
Christopher Atkins
Amanda Peterson
Patrick Dempsey

All these people really contributed alot to some really cool, be lesser known movies of the 80's, and some were definately big names too.

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Miss Angel I sooooooo know the duck is yours.... does that mean Mr.Depp is fair game then?? Nah?? dang he's yours too..... [Wink]
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You'd better believe it sister.......I will give you one though.......just remember....dont feed him after midnight, and dont get him wet!!!! [Wink]
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That's some good advice Earth Angel...hahaha! You and Muffy are nuts...I love it! I just read these posts and laughed out loud...so thanks for cheering me up [Smile] !
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