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Old Nov 29, 2008, 04:49 AM   #61
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"With Six You Get Eggroll". It's a very cute ol' 60's movie.
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Old Nov 29, 2008, 05:48 AM   #62
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I thought Annie Hall was your favorite.
I love them both. Casablanca is my fave with Annie Hall as a close second. I watch Annie Hall more, but Casablanca is awesome. I also got to see Casablanca in a theater here once and it was so much better, I actually cried during the movie.
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Old Nov 29, 2008, 09:18 PM   #63
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You Can't Take It With You ~ Lionel Barrymore, Jimmy Stewart and a lot of the same actors from It's A Wonderful Life.
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Old Nov 30, 2008, 11:30 AM   #64
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The Simpsons Movie
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Old Nov 30, 2008, 12:30 PM   #65
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Wanted with Morgan Freeman and Angelina Jolie among others.
A really vague and overblown action movie about an boring office worker who turns out to be a killer, and where nothing is as it seems and where tons of people get killed with bullets coming from the other side of the world or with just one bullet. Angelina kills herself and tens of other with just one shot.

Very enjoyable if you leave your mind at home.
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Head.The Monkees.Strange but wonderful.And some good songs to boot.Nice anti war message included.
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Old Nov 30, 2008, 02:04 PM   #67
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Head.The Monkees.Strange but wonderful.And some good songs to boot.Nice anti war message included.
I dig the soundtrack, especially "Porpoise Song".
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Old Nov 30, 2008, 02:08 PM   #68
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[quote=jesgear;908470]I dig the soundtrack, especially "Porpoise Song".[/QUOT

Yeah,I love it.I think that track is their Psychedelic masterpiece.Circle Sky is magic.
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Just finished watching "Father of the Bride", with Steve Martin.

Now I'm watching "The Wedding Singer", with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.
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Charlie Wilson's War w/Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts ehhhh, boring!!!!
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Cars. It was on TV for the first time (not counting premium movie channels of course) on Wednesday. Twice! And yeah I watched it 2 times in a row....
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P.S. I Love You w/Hillary Swank, very sweet movie!
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It's one of the best James Bond films.
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A Christmas Carol with George C Scott

My favorite version. Alistair Sims comes in second, only because I didn't like who they picked to play Tiny Tim. He looked too tall and healthy. In George's version Tiny Tim looked just how I picture him. So frail that a breeze could blow him away.

But in all versions of this story, the ghost of Christmas future always scared me.
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A Christmas Carol with George C Scott

My favorite version. Alistair Sims comes in second, only because I didn't like who they picked to play Tiny Tim. He looked too tall and healthy. In George's version Tiny Tim looked just how I picture him. So frail that a breeze could blow him away.

But in all versions of this story, the ghost of Christmas future always scared me.
My favorite versions of "A Christmas Carol" are as follows:

1.) Original Alistair Sim version
2.) The Musical version with Albert Finney
3.) George C. Scott version
4.) Newest version(?) with Captain Jean Luke Picard

... and yes... I, too, was terrified by the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come in all four!
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