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    Little Miss Sunshine is all coming back now- Steve Carell as the ex-drug addict and homosexual

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    Fargo's worth it as an exploration of loserdom - especially Buscemi, Macy and Harve Presnell.


    Just noticed Presnell in Face Off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by some other dude View Post
    How come they didn't overdub Rick James in Romanian too? :i dunno:
    Here is the original version. The wording isn't that important. If you have seen the movie the scene makes a lot of sense. The movie is much more down to earth. It has a great message about what being considered "popular" is all about..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Brain View Post
    Felicitations ma'am. One must take ones leave to supervise the latest waistcoat production line and associated elocution lessons, lest one regress to inappropriate misuse of Anglo Saxon.....

    One is also now departing to indulge in the cinematic and artistic visual splendour of 'Alien' the directors cut.

    How funny you mentioned anglo saxon, Sir Brain. I just got done READING ( a book) Adventures in Wonderland for the countless time and you remind me of Haigha with his anglo-saxan attitudes! Plus, he's a rabbit
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    Speaking of Nicholas Cage, anybody like Birdy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by some other dude View Post
    The Sicilian in me was very offended.
    Was it the eggplant thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Eyed Jack View Post
    Was it the eggplant thing?



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    Quote Originally Posted by One Eyed Jack View Post
    Speaking of Nicholas Cage, anybody like Birdy?
    I like Birdy. But I don't like it as much as I once did. I still like it, but I loved it when I first saw it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sum1sGruj View Post

    Heat
    Best shoot out in modern film history. Reminded me of a western. Amazing. Hated Goodfellas...I know, I know, but there wasn't a single likable character in the film. I wanted them all to end up in cement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Town Heretic View Post
    Hated Goodfellas...
    "There was so much handwriting on the wall that even the wall fell down"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Town Heretic View Post
    Best shoot out in modern film history. Reminded me of a western. Amazing. Hated Goodfellas...I know, I know, but there wasn't a single likable character in the film. I wanted them all to end up in cement.
    Heat is such an incredible movie. It's gut-wrenching from start to finish and has a masterfully done ending.
    And yes, that shoot out is about as epic and convincing as it gets

    Sorry, I love that movie

    In all actuality, I had a hard time deciding if I should put it over Donnie Brasco or not. It won out simply because the dialogue in that movie gets stuck in your head.
    "Now go home and get your *blank* shinebox!"

    But Donnie Brasco really brought out a realistic picture of the Mob and is based on a true story.
    How exactly is Johnny Depp so versatile with his roles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Town Heretic View Post
    Best shoot out in modern film history.
    Agreed!

    And I think the best car chase scene was in THE ROCK starring Sean Connery & NicK Cage.

    Hated Goodfellas...I know, I know, but there wasn't a single likable character in the film. I wanted them all to end up in cement.
    WHAT!!!!
    I like De Niro in anything!

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    To Kill A Mockingbird. That might have just been a television movie. I saw it several times on TV.

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    Ah, the classics.

    Cape Fear - Peck, Mitchum
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence - John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Lee Marvin
    Magnificent Obsession - Jane Wyman, Rock Hudson
    The Lion In Winter - Peter O'Toole, Katherine Hepburn, Anthony Hopkins, Timothy Dalton

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tambora View Post
    Agreed!

    And I think the best car chase scene was in THE ROCK starring Sean Connery & NicK Cage.
    A darn good one that. Still hooked on McQueen's, but that's a darn good one. Also the chase scene with Hackman in The French Connection.


    WHAT!!!!
    I like De Niro in anything!
    Love De Niro. Once Upon a Time in America is one of my all time favorite gangster films. Fantastic in The God Father. Sublime in Raging Bull. Hysterical in Midnight Run. But I still hated Goodfellas.
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