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Bernie_Lomax

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Hey dude. I was actually just watching Better Off Dead, and realised the same thing. I am just up to that bit now, and thought I would post a comment.
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tentacles.... big difference!
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quote:
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Golf Clap.

"Oh, looks like somebody threw away a perfectly good white boy."

Golf Clap? Is that something Tiger Woods may have picked up? [Wink]
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Double-bill on TV over the weekend - Doc Hollywood and Liar Liar.
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It - I always enjoy this apart from the big spider thing, what a let down that is.
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quote:
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It - I always enjoy this apart from the big spider thing, what a let down that is.

Remember when 'It' first aired? One of those 'must watch' TV moments.

I never read the book, but I heard it had some big changes as far as the ending was concerned.

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quote:
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It - I always enjoy this apart from the big spider thing, what a let down that is.

i have to agree with that.
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watched Boomerang with eddie murphy.. who totally overdosed on the face makeup in this one!

but the movie cracks me up. bought the dvd from best buy the other day for 4.99.

and the soundtrack is jammin'.

pm dawn - i'd die without you... lovely song. [Smile]

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Love the women in Boomerang.
Robin givens, Lela Rochon and Halle Berry. Nice!!

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What about Grace Jones and Eartha Kitt?? No love there? [Big Grin]

Maaaaaarcus......

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Jay, i was waiting for that [Big Grin] [Big Grin]
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haha eartha kitt...*shivers*.. she was a bit creepy , but very funny...

"maaaaahkus" [Big Grin]

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atomik, i watch the show Nikita and Givens was on a recent episode...she's definitely aging. but she was a knockout in Boomerang!

berry was more unknown at the time, but so cute. i love her in the movie Strictly Business...another early 90s comedy. [Smile]

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Yeah, she was.

Ive seen Strictly Business looong time ago.
Anne-Marie Johnson from "In The Heat Of The Night" series was also in that one.

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State of Grace - '90

Sean Penn, Gary Oldman, Ed Harris, Robin Wright.

Unbelievably good movie. The movie is perfect.

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quote:
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quote:
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It - I always enjoy this apart from the big spider thing, what a let down that is.

Remember when 'It' first aired? One of those 'must watch' TV moments.

I never read the book, but I heard it had some big changes as far as the ending was concerned.

I was listening to the commentary. He was saying how King wrote a lot further on the characters at the end, whereas the film just quickly sums up. But that the whole spider thing is how it is in the book.
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Didn't I hear somewhere that the girl had to have sex with the boys in the book to defeat 'It' the first time? In the movie she looked about ten... so I don't think that would've worked quite as well!
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What the lol
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yeah, she and the boys did it real quick outside the spider clown cave and afterwards said a prayer
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I just had my annual watch of Pump Up The Volume [Big Grin]
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A Sensuous Summer aka Bikini Ski School (1991)

This was a very low-budget T&A flick.
The movie didnt include any kind of school so i dont understand that UK title [Cool]

Bad acting, water-skiing, competition and girls girls girls.

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Airbourne (1993):
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I think it's safe to say most people on this planet have seen this one at least once...and if you haven't...what the hell are you waiting for? In describing this movie, the easiest most conveniant definition would be that it's quite simple the RAD of the 90's for rollerbladers. It's a good teen family flick that everyone can enjoy. But for me, the highlight is easily Seth Green...

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Green is so funny in this that even after a crappy day, I somehow have a smile on my face after watching him in this movie. So yeah, if you have not seen this one..I highly recommend checking it out for good clean family night fun.

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I re-watched Roger Corman's "Frankenstein Unbound" (1990), which a lot of folks hate and some really love. Put me down in the latter category. While not a perfect film, it's a thoughtful, well-done film version of an excellent book. It is quintessential Roger Corman and particularly entertaining if you seen at least a couple of the Corman Poe films. Killer cast: John Hurt, Raul Julia, Bridget Fonda, Michael Hutchence, and Jason Patric.
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Ive seen Frankenstein Unbound once in the early 90s and i remember liking it.

Pyro, never seen Airborne but im gonna get the WB Archive Collection dvd sooner or later.

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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.
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