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#50007 - 06/24/04 03:37 PM Re: sub search
tinfoilhat Offline
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Registered: 07/26/02
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Loc: BC
There is a limit though to how much a man can take. My wife goes to a store called Regal which I describe as "filled with things that need to be dusted". Ceramic animals, knick-knacks, novelty crap - I can spend about 3 minutes in there before I get the urge to run headlong into traffic. The Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood gave me that same urge.

The late great Pauline Kael described Steel Magnolias as "...nails on a blackboard for 2 hours." God I miss her.

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#50008 - 06/24/04 03:46 PM Re: sub search
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Registered: 03/09/04
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Loc: Arlington, VA (NOVA)
I like popcorn action flicks, but thought Love, Actually, was a great movie, filled with humor, an awesome soundtrack, and a little nudity (which I dig). All in all, a very watchable chick-flick.

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#50009 - 06/24/04 03:51 PM Re: sub search
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Registered: 01/21/04
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i almost forgot.. 'cold mountain' is the best of both worlds.. it tells of a love story, which appeals to the women.. yet the story takes place during the civil war, which appeals to the men..

my wife and i went to see it in the theater and it comes out on DVD here in the next week or so. if you didnt get a chance to see it, i bet it will transition well into the HT.. great sound effects, and an awesome soundtrack from allison krause and enya..

i think a must see love story with the better-half..

bigjohn
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#50010 - 06/24/04 04:09 PM Re: sub search
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How about Love Actually? I just saw that, and I thought it was great. Absolutely hilarious.
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#50011 - 06/24/04 08:55 PM Re: sub search
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Registered: 02/02/04
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You guys are starting to frighten me a little. I can't deal with all of this . "Apocalypse Now", "We Were Soldiers", anything Sam Peckinpah did. Give me SOMETHING to work with here!!!

I'll check back later to see if you have recovered. My wife and I are watching Notting Hill and Serendipity tonight.

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#50012 - 06/24/04 08:57 PM Re: sub search
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Registered: 06/22/03
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How about "Behind enemy lines".
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#50013 - 06/25/04 10:13 AM Re: sub search
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Registered: 10/02/03
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I don't like "Cold Mountain". It is the ultimate bait-and-switch movie. It starts off as a manly action flick, filled with explosions, blood, and gore, and winds up a sappy tearjerker. Aside from a great performance by Renee Zellwiger (sp?), it was easily the most overrated movie of 2003.
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Fahrenheit, 911 on the other hand...
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Registered: 01/19/04
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I must say, I don't agree with many of Michael Moore's views, but I more than agree with his approach. Like in the trailer for Farenheit 911 he tries to get congressmans' children to enlist in the army. I will say this till the day I die, unless you have served on a military branch you have no right to tell someone else to do so or even worse go into battle. Moore could not be more right on. Damn Bush...

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#50016 - 06/25/04 06:56 PM Re: sub search
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Please, guys, do we have to do this again? I'm tired of picking and choosing threads to avoid. Let's stick to fights over tubes and cables.
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