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Topic 17 of 69: The movie I want to see next

Sat, Oct 18, 1997 (12:05) | George Frimpter (legaffe)
What movie do you want to see next?

What have you heard about it?
143 responses total.

 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 1 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Oct 18, 1997 (12:27) * 1 lines 
 
Hmm, what's playing that's hot?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 2 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Mon, Oct 20, 1997 (09:56) * 1 lines 
 
7 yrs in Tibet but I'll wait for a rainy, contemplative day.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 3 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Oct 20, 1997 (17:51) * 3 lines 
 
Same here, *that's* the movie I want to see.




 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 4 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Wed, Nov  5, 1997 (11:21) * 1 lines 
 
Paul, have you seen 7 Years yet?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 5 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Wed, Nov  5, 1997 (14:23) * 1 lines 
 
Not yet, I want to see it though.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 6 of 143: Brian D. Castelli  (gud) * Fri, Nov  7, 1997 (21:49) * 7 lines 
 
Hey everyone,
I am somewhat of a movie buff as well. The last to movies that I've seen are L.A. Confidential and Devil's Advocate. I HIGHLY recommend either! Kevin Spacey
was really good in LA and there were also some very talentd young actors. It was 2 1/2 hours long, but worth it. Paccino was amazing in Devil's Advocate (as
usual), and although I'm not a big Kionu fan, he didn't do a bad job. Both screenplays were phennomenal! In LA they introduce tons of angles that you never think
will all come togethe
, but somehow in the end they do. Devil's Advocate on the other hand is intense, with some extremely creative ideas.
I think out of all the movies out right now, these two are must sees!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 7 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Nov  7, 1997 (23:36) * 1 lines 
 
What do you want to see next, Brian?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 8 of 143: Brian D. Castelli  (gud) * Sat, Nov  8, 1997 (20:25) * 1 lines 
 
I heard that Starship Troopers might be the next one to see. I don't think it's gonna win any awards, but the word on the street is great effects and a fairly in your face kinda hardcore style. Lots of shock value in a blockbuster kinda way. I'm not sure it'll be worth my $7.25, but I think the entertainment value will be high.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 9 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Nov  8, 1997 (21:04) * 1 lines 
 
I'll have to check it out, I've heard this. Deserving of a topic???


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 10 of 143: Brian D. Castelli  (gud) * Sat, Nov  8, 1997 (21:44) * 2 lines 
 
I'm not sure that it deserves it's own topic (how do you start one anyway?), but I would like to hear people's views on blockbusters in general. I hear that they are on the decline. Ya know, spending millions of dollars, getting big name stars, lots of new digitaly animated effects...but not much substance. The newest Batman movie for example. I think the American public is tired of all the hype, and tired of paying $7.00 for crap. They still hold a lot of aesthetic value I must admit, but is that al
people want?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 11 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Nov  9, 1997 (00:59) * 2 lines 
 
Start a topic? Just click on the new topic button. If you're
telnetting, you just type 'e' at the prompt.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 12 of 143: Brian D. Castelli  (gud) * Sun, Nov  9, 1997 (19:33) * 1 lines 
 
New conference button? Am I missing something? There is a Prev topic, Next Topic, Prev Conf, Next Conf, Freeze, Forget, and Help button, but I don't see a New Topic button!?!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 13 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Nov 10, 1997 (11:28) * 2 lines 
 
Then I'll have to fix that so there is!



 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 14 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Mon, Nov 10, 1997 (12:36) * 1 lines 
 
Hey gud! Where are you from that movies cost $7.25?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 15 of 143: Autumn Moore  (autumn) * Thu, Nov 13, 1997 (13:34) * 1 lines 
 
I'm echoing Stacey--here in the Baltimore area it's like $5.50 for first run. Now Stacey, where do YOU live where you see first run for a dollar??? And get to play pinball at the same time???


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 16 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Thu, Nov 13, 1997 (13:42) * 2 lines 
 
No, no! First runs are $6.75 in Denver. I see the cheap movies at the Super Saver Cinema in Bear Valley for $1.75 and THEY have pinball.
But I liked your idea better -- 1st run for a dollar PLUS pinball.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 17 of 143: Brian D. Castelli  (gud) * Thu, Nov 13, 1997 (23:34) * 1 lines 
 
1st runners are $7.25 in Ann Arbor, MI...it's pretty rediculous! There is a buck.50 show but the movies are outdated, and there isn't any pinball :(


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 18 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Fri, Nov 14, 1997 (10:11) * 1 lines 
 
Outdated movies aren't a problem for me but "no pinball" ??!?!?! that sucks. Sorry. The Bear Valley (cheapo movies) even has good popcorn! I will count my blessings now! *grin*


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 19 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Nov 14, 1997 (11:32) * 2 lines 
 
I'm going to see a movie tonight. Any ideas?



 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 20 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Fri, Nov 14, 1997 (12:07) * 1 lines 
 
GATTACA! I really liked it.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 21 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Fri, Nov 14, 1997 (12:08) * 2 lines 
 
Are you taking a date? Sometimes, it matters what she likes too.
Oh, and I heard Starship Troopers was really good albeit graphically violent.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 22 of 143: Autumn Moore  (autumn) * Fri, Nov 14, 1997 (13:47) * 1 lines 
 
A friend & I are going to the Sat. matinee of either "Portrait of a Lady" or "Washington Square"--2 possible "chick flicks". My husband will much prefer staying home for Notre Dame football. Terry, if you see either of these tonight, please post your review by Sat. afternoon!!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 23 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Nov 14, 1997 (15:39) * 4 lines 
 
The answer is yes, stacey. so i'll write them down on 3 pieces of paper
wad them up and flip them on the table at Satay and let her pick one,
and she'll have 2-1 odds on a chick flick.



 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 24 of 143: Autumn Moore  (autumn) * Sat, Nov 15, 1997 (11:25) * 1 lines 
 
What a prince! My husband would've stacked the deck w/3 Arnold Schwarzenagger movies.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 25 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Nov 16, 1997 (22:22) * 7 lines 
 
She picked the two chick flicks, rejected them, and we ended up watching
galactic insect wars. Wild movie with violences, tremendous special effects
fo spacecraft, insects and alien worlds, and even some mixed nude shower scenes.

Gore alert, however.




 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 26 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Mon, Nov 17, 1997 (10:10) * 2 lines 
 
What a chick!
We're going to see that on Wednesday! The one day out of 14 that Brandon will be home.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 27 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Nov 17, 1997 (10:57) * 3 lines 
 
Definitely a guy kind of flick, do you like bugs?
Or do you fear them?



 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 28 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Mon, Nov 17, 1997 (11:11) * 4 lines 
 
Depends on which side of the window they're on.
Actually I enjoy bug watching. But I lived in an apartment that used to become infested with crickets. One or two crickets are okay. 1500 on your balcony is disgusting.

How was your date??


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 29 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Nov 17, 1997 (13:41) * 3 lines 
 
Great. You'll love this bug movie then, especially to co-ed scenes in
the shower.



 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 30 of 143: Autumn Moore  (autumn) * Mon, Nov 17, 1997 (22:26) * 1 lines 
 
Bugs, aliens and nudity?? Sounds like a naughty melange of genres...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 31 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Tue, Nov 18, 1997 (10:57) * 2 lines 
 
And the effects are on a level with Star Wars and Aliens.



 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 32 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Tue, Nov 18, 1997 (11:28) * 1 lines 
 
Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 33 of 143: Leplep le Plep  (jgross5) * Mon, May 18, 1998 (16:53) * 7 lines 
 
Guess I'll go to Chinese Box or Two Girls & A Guy, cuz I've seen
just about everything else. Jeremy Irons, Gong Li, and Maggie
Cheung should get me havin' intercourse with the popcorn; and
Robert Downey, Jr. is always invigoratingly counterbuff to the
typical stud snoods, at least for me. Going to a movie with
somebody can take the emotion out of it: I find I don't feel
near as much. How does it happen with you.....& you & you, etc.?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 34 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Mon, May 18, 1998 (18:04) * 3 lines 
 
gotta be in the right mood.
I enjoy seeing movies with others but often I prefer to go by myself...
depends on if my company in engaging in the sport of pinball!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 35 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Wed, May 20, 1998 (07:44) * 1 lines 
 
Armegeddon is coming July 1st. I already saw Sudden Impact.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 36 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Wed, May 20, 1998 (16:17) * 1 lines 
 
and?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 37 of 143: Autumn Moore  (autumn) * Thu, May 21, 1998 (20:00) * 1 lines 
 
If I go to the movies (rare), I'll go with someone else. But I prefer to watch videos at home alone, undistracted.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 38 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Nov  9, 1998 (13:50) * 17 lines 
 
I read this review so I'd like to see this movie:


The Celebration


Danish film. Wealthy family disintegrates during the course of the
patriarch's 60th birthday celebration. Much in common w/ Lars Von Trier's
films on the surface, but especially on a writing level this is far more
accomplished and complex. Astounding, just astounding acting in every
single
role. Gorgeously shot - on an $1800 consumer camcorder.

This is so much better than any description of it could make it sound
(it's a also a difficult one to discuss without spoilers). I was
completely floored. Probably the best film I've seen this year.



 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 39 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Nov  9, 1998 (13:56) * 10 lines 
 
Since Bob Nagy gave it a rave review I want to see
There's Something about Mary

Another view:
"have a couple beers, bring that goofy chick, look for the crowd of
genxers, and don't be afraid to fart. 'something about mary' is just
the kind of serious drama mature audiences of sophistication find
enlightening... haha i'm just fucking with you."




 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 40 of 143: Autumn Moore  (autumn) * Mon, Nov  9, 1998 (22:26) * 1 lines 
 
I have been cracking on this movie big-time in another topic here, Terry, but some others seem to like it. Go ahead and waste $2 and 2 hours of your life! I bet you couldn't make Bob Nagy sit through it again.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 41 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Tue, Nov 10, 1998 (00:27) * 2 lines 
 
He said he was going again



 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 42 of 143: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Tue, Nov 10, 1998 (04:56) * 13 lines 
 
(i saw it twice too)

(sorry autumn... dunno, guess i have weird tastes... don't
get much into modern cinema at all... i prefer the films
of the thirties and forties, and when i have a choice, i
watch them nearly exclusively... and over and again... it's
like admiring a great piece of art to me, i've seen 'casablanca',
'the maltese falcon', etc., over 200 times, easily... but when
confronted with modern films, it's the dumb ones that appeal
to me most ('honeymoon in vegas', for example... or 'spinal tap',
or 'the freshman' oryeah, 'something about mary')... most other
films are unsatisfying to me, at least compared to those produced
in eras of (real) passion, and literacy)


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 43 of 143: Autumn Moore  (autumn) * Fri, Nov 13, 1998 (21:43) * 1 lines 
 
Ah, you're an enigma, Nick...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 44 of 143: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Wed, Nov 18, 1998 (21:20) * 4 lines 
 
hmmm...
(enigma-ramus, perhaps?)

(there's compelling data supporting this view, i admit)


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 45 of 143: Tim Guenther  (TIM) * Wed, Nov 18, 1998 (21:27) * 3 lines 
 
The film I want to see next: " LES ENFANTS DU PARADIS"
I'll have to wait until next summer. Because that is when the Paramount will
show it again.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 46 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, Nov 19, 1998 (08:50) * 2 lines 
 
You might find it at Vulcan Video.



 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 47 of 143: Tim Guenther  (TIM) * Thu, Nov 19, 1998 (12:50) * 1 lines 
 
I'll Check and see if they have it.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 48 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Wed, Dec 16, 1998 (15:44) * 1 lines 
 
is that one with subtitles? it sounds like "the babes do paris" haha, maybe subtitles aren't needed...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 49 of 143: T Patrick McCourt  (PT) * Wed, Dec 16, 1998 (16:20) * 5 lines 
 
It has subtitles. It is a good movie even if you don't speak french. If you
speak french, it is a much better movie. The english translation of the title
is: "The Children of Paradise". It was filmed in Paris during the German
occupation in WWII. The extras in the movie are members of the french resistance. The movie was their cover for all being together in one place. They
hid out by acting in the movie.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 50 of 143: Stacey Vura  (stacey) * Fri, Dec 18, 1998 (20:32) * 1 lines 
 
After all the chit chat surrounding it... I want to see Something About Mary!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 51 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Sat, Dec 19, 1998 (01:03) * 3 lines 
 
and I just got back from Something About Mary
gotta say I understand where you're coming from Autumn
(but I enjoyed the movie!)


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 52 of 143: Autumn Moore  (autumn) * Mon, Dec 21, 1998 (20:29) * 1 lines 
 
Hey, live and let live, that's what I always say.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 53 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Mon, Dec 21, 1998 (20:54) * 1 lines 
 
not live and let die?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 54 of 143: Autumn Moore  (autumn) * Mon, Dec 21, 1998 (21:25) * 1 lines 
 
Now, Stacey, I have never been and never will be a James Bond fan...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 55 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Tue, Dec 22, 1998 (09:50) * 1 lines 
 
how bout a Beatles fan then???


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 56 of 143: T Patrick McCourt  (PT) * Tue, Dec 22, 1998 (11:25) * 1 lines 
 
The beatles have something out called, "live and let die"?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 57 of 143: Stacey Vura (stacey) * Tue, Dec 22, 1998 (14:41) * 1 lines 
 
no, but Paul has a verbatim lyric...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 58 of 143: Charlotte  (Charlotte) * Tue, Dec 22, 1998 (15:59) * 13 lines 
 
There are so many movies I want to see next... I may just spend my
entire holiday watching movies!

Shakespeare in Love
Elizabeth
Gods and Monsters
Patch Adams
Thin Red Line
Little Voice
Central Station


and I'm sure I've left out a couple.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 59 of 143: T Patrick McCourt  (PT) * Tue, Dec 22, 1998 (16:11) * 1 lines 
 
I agree with the sentiment, but I've never heard of any of the movies.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 60 of 143: Autumn Moore  (autumn) * Tue, Dec 22, 1998 (17:16) * 1 lines 
 
You go, Charlotte, and report back here!! "Sh. in Love" and "Patch Adams" look really good. My husband saw "Elizabeth" but didn't care much for it--said it was for people who find "Masterpiece Theatre" too taxing.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 61 of 143: T Patrick McCourt  (PT) * Tue, Dec 22, 1998 (18:26) * 1 lines 
 
Thought the plot was a little thin, did he?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 62 of 143: Autumn Moore  (autumn) * Tue, Dec 22, 1998 (20:56) * 1 lines 
 
He found it hardly scratched the surface--all dressed up nicely in costuming, but lacking substance. The Elizabethan period is one of his great interests, as are all things relating to the age of the Armada.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 63 of 143: T Patrick McCourt  (PT) * Wed, Jan 13, 1999 (15:53) * 1 lines 
 
I'm glad to hear that. I was thinking of going to that movie.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 64 of 143: George Klos  (osceola) * Tue, Jan 19, 1999 (13:42) * 1 lines 
 
I've been wanting to see "A Simple Plan" for weeks now. But it's only playing at one theater, way up on Research Blvd. Only one bus goes out that far. Being carless sucks. It's like America has no use anymore for people without cars.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 65 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Sat, Jan 23, 1999 (17:30) * 1 lines 
 
Sounds like you're being discriminated against, George...maybe if you threaten them with a lawsuit, they'll send someone over to pick you up?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 66 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Fri, Mar 26, 1999 (11:49) * 1 lines 
 
the movie i will be seeing next is city of angels *finally* got the video next to the tv and it's on my must do list for this evening.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 67 of 143: davel  (Delungy) * Fri, Mar 26, 1999 (23:10) * 1 lines 
 



 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 68 of 143: wer  (KitchenManager) * Sat, Mar 27, 1999 (01:35) * 1 lines 
 
so, how do you feel about fallen angels now, Wolf?


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 Response 69 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Wed, Mar 31, 1999 (11:40) * 1 lines 
 
never thought about fallen angels in quite that way. always thought it meant they turned against God. the movie was very well done. i must say that nicholas cage and meg ryan (though i've never imagined them together) did very a wonderful job trying to portrait these difficult characters. i did manage to squirt out a few tears at choice scenes in the movie, but for the most part, i was disappointed.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 70 of 143: wer  (KitchenManager) * Sat, Apr  3, 1999 (01:02) * 4 lines 
 
not exactly to turn against God, Wolf, just choose to be different
that what God made them to be...

(besides, you got to post #69!)


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 71 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Sat, Apr  3, 1999 (14:04) * 1 lines 
 
oh yeah, i did, huh?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 72 of 143: wer  (KitchenManager) * Sat, Apr  3, 1999 (22:52) * 1 lines 
 
(that happens so much you don't even notice anymore?)


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 73 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Sun, Apr  4, 1999 (21:45) * 3 lines 
 
Took the girls to see "Bug's Life" at the $2 movie theater. It was very enjoyable, typical Disney.

Also, rented "Blue" (French, subtitled), which is a movie only a film critic could love, and "Smoke" with William Hurt and Harvey Keitel. Interesting without being fascinating.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 74 of 143: wer  (KitchenManager) * Mon, Apr  5, 1999 (00:29) * 2 lines 
 
just watched "Great Expectations" with Gwyneth Paltrow(sp?)
and Ethan Hawke(sp?)...what was with all the green?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 75 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Wed, Apr  7, 1999 (18:38) * 1 lines 
 
haven't seen it yet. it was green???


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 Response 76 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Wed, Apr  7, 1999 (18:39) * 1 lines 
 
was ethan pip? and gwyneth the old lady in the wedding dress? who played the convict?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 77 of 143: wer  (KitchenManager) * Thu, Apr  8, 1999 (01:27) * 1 lines 
 
yes...no that was Anne Bancroft...De Niro...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 78 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Fri, Apr  9, 1999 (16:40) * 3 lines 
 
I like Ethan Hawke.

My mom and I are going to the $2 movies this weekend to see "Blast from the Past." Where's Jim??


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 79 of 143: Leplep le Plep  (jgross) * Fri, Apr  9, 1999 (20:27) * 16 lines 
 
hi
just like that, you blasted me into the present

say hi to yer mom for me, 'k?
tell her how hard i tried to make that flight outa Austin
to get to Maryland to go to the movie with you two
but that darn Ethan kept Billy Blankin' at my body, so i couldn't even board
he stood between me and some of the deepest earthly delight known to the known
world
my chest was bruising (over my heart) as he asked, "what's her mom's name?"
I said, "Uma," as he let me have another kickbox kick on the mouth

the sorrow of separation pangs me to now make shabby (and tubby) adjustments and go see "Go" and "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels" sometime this weekend, alone, dismal, broken, downhearted, crushed, crumpled, and crunched and crypted

i mean Ethan is just so different off-screen
my lips are swelling bigger than my thumbs


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 80 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Sat, Apr 10, 1999 (10:53) * 3 lines 
 
i can't say i'm a big fan of ethan's but he is a good actor. i watched gattaca about three times and i still find it interesting. don't care for uma very much. she was good in gattaca, IMMHO.

watched 187 on max yesterday. whew! what an intense and scary movie. it made me think of my dad (as he teaches 7-8th grade english in a tough neighborhood).


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 81 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Sun, Apr 11, 1999 (16:17) * 1 lines 
 
I read good reviews for both "Go" and "Walking on the Moon." Come on, second run...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 82 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Sun, Apr 11, 1999 (22:46) * 1 lines 
 
i've not heard of either one and i want to watch ever after because i'm a little girl at heart.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 83 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Mon, Apr 12, 1999 (19:46) * 3 lines 
 
My girlfriend's husband saw it on a plane and told her that as soon as it came out on video, he was buying it. Isn't that sweet?? She's going to lend it to me.

Saw "The Opposite of Sex" last night and loved it! What a clever script.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 84 of 143: Alexander Schuth  (aschuth) * Tue, Apr 13, 1999 (10:41) * 1 lines 
 
I want to see any movie. I don't really care what. Wouldn't matter which, I always miss those I really would like to see, anyway...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 85 of 143: wer  (KitchenManager) * Thu, Apr 15, 1999 (00:07) * 1 lines 
 
me, too


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 86 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Thu, Apr 15, 1999 (22:58) * 3 lines 
 
I watched "Burnt by the Sun" yesterday and really enjoyed it. It's a Russian film based on a true story about one of Stalin's generals who is betrayed by his wife's former lover. It sounds intense, but it was mostly light moments revolving around their family.

Alexander, wer--what do you want to see?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 87 of 143: wer  (KitchenManager) * Fri, Apr 16, 1999 (01:42) * 2 lines 
 
probably not the right answer but,
it depends on who I'm seeing it with


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 88 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Sat, Apr 17, 1999 (11:05) * 3 lines 
 
of course it does. what would you want to go see by yourself?

i'm that way, some films i have to see alone because then i can allow myself to sink into it's fantasy.


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 Response 89 of 143: wer  (KitchenManager) * Sat, Apr 17, 1999 (14:58) * 1 lines 
 
probably wouldn't go see any by myself...


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 Response 90 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Tue, Apr 27, 1999 (14:43) * 1 lines 
 
why? i've seen plenty by myself and it's great! i can cry without reservation!!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 91 of 143: Mike Griggs (mikeg) * Tue, Apr 27, 1999 (15:43) * 1 lines 
 
i can't say i've ever gone to a movie on my own. i think i'd feel too sad. but maybe that's just social conditioning :)


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 92 of 143: wer  (KitchenManager) * Fri, May  7, 1999 (00:37) * 2 lines 
 
'cause going to the movie is something to share...
if I want to watch something alone, I'll stay home...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 93 of 143: Cheryl  (CherylB) * Sat, May  6, 2000 (13:43) * 79 lines 
 
I didn't know what topic to post this under on the movie conference, but it is just too funny.

Roman Holy/Slayer

What Saturday Night Fever did for Quiana, Plexiglas dancefloors and bad hair, Gladiator will do for killing Christians.

Sitting in my stadium seat listening to an uncouth secular audience raucously cheer Gladiator, I felt like a rabbi at the Nuremberg
rallies. But instead of the crowd whooping it up for an unattractive little man who, all for the want of a fistful of Prozac, killed off
half of Europe, the audience at Gladiator was screaming for Christian blood. My blood.

Using men with bulging biceps, bulging chests and, well, things that were bulging that no Christian woman should ever have thrust in
her face, Gladiator will do more for homoerotic Christian mayhem than anything since Caligula first sashayed into the Colosseum.
Gladiator, a film that manages to be crafty without craft, is littered with offensive antifamily propaganda and a level of vulgarity not
commonly seen outside of Nevada. But what do you expect from a movie featuring an emperor called "Commodus" -- Latin for
"toilet"?

Russell Crowe stars as General Maximus, a downwardly mobile Roman who is forced into the most base of all professions -- show
business. He entertains at amphitheaters throughout suburban Rome by decapitating Christians with an unrefined swagger too gruff
to remind one of any genuine heterosexual males. Indeed, his technique clearly draws on the exaggeratedly robust manliness that can
only be found in Women's Professional Basketball.

What will every True Christian despise about this movie? Let's start with the vulgar name attached to the project. It doesn't take a
cryptographer to unlock the salacious wordplay of the title to this trashy homage to amorality. Of the seven women from Bringing
Integrity To Christian Homemakers who attended the screening with me, only one did not immediately pick up on the shockingly
lewd subliminal message glaring down on us in twelve-foot letters. As my dear Sister-in-Christ, the 81-year-old Mrs. Helen
Floribunda pointed out: "It really takes a sick, sick secular mind to give a movie a title like that just to get a puerile giggle out of good,
wholesome Christians going around town saying 'Glad He Ate Her.'"

Russell Crowe, here working in a Roman Temple Prostitute Superstore, shows that the film's budget was spent on special effects, not
fabric.

Let's talk about the sick way that the men dress for a minute. Most eschew the modesty of an ankle-length belted senatorial toga for
a more racy gladiator miniskirt with leather/armor kick-pleats. It is a "look" perversely Jean Paul Gautier in its decedent
homoeroticism and sassy mix of fabrics. Of course, there is a sick purpose behind the Carnaby Street altitude of the men's skirts,
which are far too short for even a the most brazen female -- such as, say, a Catholic schoolgirl. The skirts provide ample
opportunity for the voyeuristic Steadycam operators to brazenly play peek-a-boo with half the cast's crotches. Mrs. Bowers counted
86 salacious "genital bulge" shots -- 7 of which were in a decidedly turgid state. In fact, there may well have been more, but Mrs.
Bowers was so utterly overwhelmed by how the character Maximus lived up to his name, she simply lost count. Thank the Lord I was
proactive enough to pack a moist towelette in my Prada clutch.

Yes, the film is prurient. But what can we expect from an amoral smut-mill like Hollywood? With Gladiator, Hollywood has shed
any pretense that it has not been co-opted as the Joseph Goebbels of the Homosexual Agenda. The movie is confected of two things
notoriously homosexual: (a) sweaty, muscular men impaling each other within moments of meeting; and (b) an exquisite placement
of period furniture.

This is Dream Works project -- a studio owned by three men who are, not coincidentally, all either Jewish, homosexual -- or both
(just don't tell his wife). And the anti-Christian pedigree shows in every frame. There can only be one reason why Gladiator was
made. It was conjured to whet the appetite of jaded Americans hungry for better production values in their Christian persecution. In
a country anesthetized by virtual killing, what could be more exhilarating than a coliseum full of secular humanists drinking beer
and watching real people of the Only True Faith dismembered? You don't need Diana Ross flying out in a helicopter during
half-time after that!

No doubt, the director hopes that once given a flavor for the buzz that follows watching godly Christians torn into pieces no larger
than a Mariah Carey gown, bloodthirsty teenagers from Concord to Carmel will soon corral Pentecostals in high school gymnasiums
every Friday night to watch them be mauled by pit bulls and livestock.

Russell Crowe and a fellow gladiator use their swords to make a crucifix -- solely to mock the faith of the beautifully costumed
Christians they are about to slaughter.

History has been filled with Christian persecution. Sure, Christians have returned in kind. And, thanks to the Catholic Inquisition,
done so with élan and a flare for the diabolically painful that makes the Romans, frankly, appear somewhat amateurish. But our
persecution was done for God, and therefore we tortured with love.

By selling tickets at the Colosseum, the Romans invented the use of Christian persecution as a vehicle for making money. But the
fact that they have left modern Christian television ministries this inventive legacy for financial growth does not mean we should let
them off the hook! Surely, we are only a year away from devoted, yet wiry, Christians being pummeled on the mat at World Wide
Wrestling in "Baptist Slapdowns" -- to the delight of atheist hillbillies with access to cable. Mark my words: when Ticketmaster
begins selling seats to ball fields throughout this once great land to "Christians vs. Visiting Lions," you will look back and know that
this "sport" was all started by that seemingly harmless homo movie Gladiator.

Mrs. Bowers gives it a thumb down.

A modern gladiator mocks a Baptist missionary with John 3:16 moments before snapping his head off to the delight of the trailer
trash in the audience.

© Betty Bowers 2000 All Rights Reserved

The above was courtesy of Mrs. Betty Bowers from the award winning website Betty Bowers Is a Better Christian Than You.
http://www.bettybowers.com/


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 94 of 143: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sat, May  6, 2000 (14:10) * 1 lines 
 
That is hilarious, Cheryl. Don't know where to put satire, but I am happy you posted it!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 95 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Sun, May  7, 2000 (15:10) * 1 lines 
 
"Bringing Integrity To Christian Homemakers"--ROFLMAO!!! Thanks for sharing, Cheryl!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 96 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Thu, Jun  1, 2000 (18:02) * 1 lines 
 
MI-2 is what i'd like to see next. but i'd be happy with any movie that's been out in the last year or so!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 97 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Fri, Jun  2, 2000 (14:21) * 1 lines 
 
I'd like to see High Fidelity but I'll wait for the video...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 98 of 143: moviespring (sprin5) * Sat, Jun  3, 2000 (10:27) * 1 lines 
 
I got a couple of free passes for Mission Impossible 2 this afternoon.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 99 of 143: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sun, Jun  4, 2000 (19:10) * 1 lines 
 
Tom Cruise does nothing for me (I'm with Ree on this) but it just might be a guy flick. Report back and let us know if we should raid the cookie jar! My last theater movie was Shakespeare in Love and was the first one in a VERY long time. *shock* I have two Colin Firth movies I have waiting for me and I have not yet seen...I keep going back to Darcy......*sigh*


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 100 of 143: moviespring (sprin5) * Sun, Jun  4, 2000 (19:48) * 1 lines 
 
Actually didn't make it, work got in the way.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 101 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Sun, Jun 18, 2000 (14:38) * 1 lines 
 
also like to see the patriot (new one with good old mel).


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 102 of 143: Cheryl  (CherylB) * Mon, Jun 19, 2000 (15:35) * 1 lines 
 
Old Mel is right. Please don't snarl at me Wolf. I just recently re-watched "Gallipoli" again and it occurred to me why there are those so taken with him. He was a beautiful young man and he could act. I think Hollywood has been the detriment of him. He hasn't aged well, but worst of all his acting has suffered from the Hollywood influence. On the up side "The Patriot" will have a beautiful young man in it, in the form of Heath Ledger.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 103 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Sat, Jul 15, 2000 (20:52) * 5 lines 
 
no growling here, cheryl! yes, he could/can act. i remember the mad max movies and how hot he was in those. he was typecasted with the lethal weapons but i loved him and danny glover together and would like to see something else with the two of them (but please not LW 5!!).

there are a bunch of movies i want to see next but when will i get to see them?

the kid and scary movie....oh, now i can't remember the others. dontcha hate it when that happens?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 104 of 143: Cheryl  (CherylB) * Sun, Jul 16, 2000 (15:08) * 1 lines 
 
Yes, it would be good to see Mel Gibson and Danny Glover together in a movie again. But you're right, please no more "Leathal Weapon" movies!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 105 of 143: moviespring (sprin5) * Mon, Jul 17, 2000 (18:42) * 1 lines 
 
There's an interesting new Harrison Ford movie coming up, just saw a clip on ET.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 106 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Mon, Jul 17, 2000 (19:08) * 1 lines 
 
don't you remember the name???????


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 107 of 143: moviespring (sprin5) * Tue, Jul 18, 2000 (17:20) * 1 lines 
 
Nope.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 108 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Tue, Jul 25, 2000 (16:06) * 1 lines 
 
I think it's called "What Lies Beneath", with Michelle Pfeiffer. It's supposed to make you jump in your seat!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 109 of 143: Wolf  (wolf) * Tue, Jul 25, 2000 (21:52) * 1 lines 
 
oh yeah, i wanna see that too!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 110 of 143: moviespring (sprin5) * Fri, Mar 30, 2001 (11:23) * 1 lines 
 
Has anyone seen Before Night falls? Who's in it?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 111 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Apr 30, 2001 (01:40) * 1 lines 
 
Bridget Jones for the second time is the next movie I want to see.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 112 of 143: Wolfie Bert  (wolf) * Tue, May  1, 2001 (09:11) * 1 lines 
 
The Mummy 2 (ok, Return of the Mummy) and for one reason and one reason only--to get a looksee at Arnold Vosloo!!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 113 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus  (terry) * Tue, May  1, 2001 (09:22) * 1 lines 
 
Who!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 114 of 143: Wolfie Bert  (wolf) * Tue, May  1, 2001 (12:24) * 1 lines 
 
He is The Yummy Mummy!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 115 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Sun, May  6, 2001 (10:09) * 1 lines 
 
LOL!!!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 116 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, May  6, 2001 (12:06) * 1 lines 
 
I'm watching Shakespeare in Love today, recorded in on my new 115 hour TiVo. Great flick!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 117 of 143: Mike Griggs  (mikeg) * Mon, May  7, 2001 (04:07) * 1 lines 
 
Sorry, but that movie sucked ass. My friend and I managed half an hour of it before we had to switch it off in disgust.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 118 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, May  7, 2001 (06:52) * 1 lines 
 
Unbelievable, Mike. I thought it was great. The second half was much better than the first. What were you disgusted with?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 119 of 143: Mike Griggs  (mikeg) * Mon, May  7, 2001 (09:32) * 5 lines 
 
I was disgusted with the fact that it couldn't figure out whether it was serious drama, a comedy or a farce. The farcical bits weren't funny because I wasn't sure if it was a farce, the comical bits weren't funny because I wasn't sure it was a comedy and the serious bits weren't serious because I kept expecting something farcical to happen (that, inevitably, wouldn't be funny anyway because I wouldn't be able to be sure whether they meant it or not).

Oh, and I seem to recall the acting sucking ass, too, but I can't be sure so don't quote me :-)




 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 120 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Tue, May  8, 2001 (07:54) * 1 lines 
 
I found it enjoyable to watch, but utterly forgettable.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 121 of 143: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Wed, May  9, 2001 (11:33) * 3 lines 
 
I own the DVD and it is REALLY funny. I actually got the house troll to go with me twice! It is hilarious. Oh well.

Did you enjoy Bridget Jones Diary better? That one is sooooooooo good (and yes this is a very biased opinion!)


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 122 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Wed, May  9, 2001 (12:22) * 4 lines 
 
I like both Bridget Jones and Shakespeare in Love about the same, I didn't delete SIL from tivo because I'll watch it again in another week or two. I'll see BGD again as well. Karen sure picked a winner when she hitched her wagon to Colin Firth and Bridget Jones Diary. The stats continue to soar in to the stratosphere on the strength of her fan offerings at the Bucket.

My TiVo is going crazy recording movies around the clock, I added two 80 gb hard drives to it, taking out the stock 30 gb drive so it has the capacity to digitally store about 120 movies. So I'm really going to have the pick of some movies that are playing to Directv.



 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 123 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Thu, May 10, 2001 (07:07) * 1 lines 
 
Haven't seen BGD yet, but if it's as clever as the book it should be pretty good. I think the last film we rented was "Meet the Parents."


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 124 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, May 10, 2001 (08:05) * 3 lines 
 
I haven't seen that one, I'm about halfway through a movie with Danny DeVito and Kevin Spacey about a couple of salesmen holed up in a hospitality suite, they both get to develop some characters in depth since it's just them, the hotel room and a well groomed 50ish looking geek. I guess the customers must arrive in the next segment that I haven't seen yet.

Reminds me of the time I set up a hospitality suite at Sematech, back in my computer sales days. Ah, the trays of snacks and the view of the city . . .


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 125 of 143: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Thu, May 10, 2001 (13:24) * 1 lines 
 
There it is huge platters of sushi (NOT sashimi, which is raw fish) and others of fresh fruit. And, Korean-style chicken wings... getting hungry!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 126 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, May 10, 2001 (23:33) * 1 lines 
 
Sushi is raw fish too?


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 127 of 143: Mike Griggs  (mikeg) * Fri, May 11, 2001 (10:53) * 1 lines 
 
I thought so.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 128 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, May 11, 2001 (14:36) * 1 lines 
 
I saw Bridget Jones again tonight and loved it! The first time, I was very tired from a day on the airline and a 3 hour drive to Santa Rosa, so this time I really got to appreciate it in all it's glory. I caught a lot of things I missed the first time around. One of the moving scenes was when Darcy set up Bridget with the interview, and there was Bridget's little turnaround of Mark Darcy's "I like you" soliloquy toward the end.


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 Response 129 of 143: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sat, May 12, 2001 (06:23) * 3 lines 
 
Yes, Terry! You did get the whole point of the movie!! It was clever, and those of us who know Jane Austen so well we can quote then entirety of "Pride and Prejudice" realize how truly funny this movie is. My faith is restored. It was a one box of tissues movie for me - from laughter, not from tears. You cannot imagine how satisfying it is to see the Hugh Grant character's outcome (not to give anything away)- that man give me revulsive shudders!

Andrew Davies, who did the script for P&P also was a script consultant for BJD. It showed. Davies is brilliant when it comes to the interaction between Darcy and the lady he loves - Elizabeth Bennett or Bridget Jones.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 130 of 143: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Sun, Jun  3, 2001 (01:21) * 20 lines 
 
bridget jone's diary is easily the best film we've seen
this year... unfortunate maybe that it premiered so early
in the year, which probably means that renee's superb work
will be forgotten oscar time...
i didn't know who colin firth was till i came to the spring...
now we troll video stores looking for his films... as well
as being always entertaining himself, he is one of those rare
actors you can count on to make interesting films...

this has been a pretty dismal movie season, though (with the above
exception, along with shrek, few others)...
i knew going in that pearl harbor wouldn't be a great movie... but
i wasn't prepared for how bad it was... i like affleck, and esp.
beckinsale... but this was... maybe the worst big-budget film i've
ever seen... it was so bad that it was sort of insulting... a very
cynical exercise in movie-making...
(think how many GOOD films could've been made with all of that money!)

oh, and the devito-spacey movie referred to earlier is 'the big kahuna'...
it's really superb...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 131 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Jun  3, 2001 (14:07) * 3 lines 
 
"We troll the video stores" - if you're in the mood, the Spring has a video store now as well at http://www.spring.net/dvd

I've become a firthfan as well, after being exposed to his work here. I'm still catching up on some of his older films.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 132 of 143: Wolfie Bert  (wolf) * Sun, Jun  3, 2001 (14:36) * 1 lines 
 
that's so cool!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 133 of 143: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sun, Jun  3, 2001 (18:13) * 1 lines 
 
How really great! Firthians of the world, enjoy. I think I have examined every molecule of him. Nothing seems to be lacking! Aloha Nick! It is nice to have you back!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 134 of 143: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Mon, Jun  4, 2001 (17:38) * 1 lines 
 
Going to see "Pearl Harbor" in a few hours.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 135 of 143: Wolfie Bert  (wolf) * Sun, Jun 10, 2001 (21:17) * 1 lines 
 
think we're going to see Atlantis this coming weekend...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 136 of 143: josh's women  (babixgurlx13) * Thu, Aug 14, 2003 (21:29) * 1 lines 
 
i dont want to see anything really , well there are some tyte moies thought for real!


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 137 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, Nov  6, 2003 (12:31) * 29 lines 
 
Los Otros, released in the U.S. as The Others,
with Nicole Kidman, who I hear was born in


Hawaii


Anybody seen it?

I am also looking forward to a Nicole Kidman movie I have on tivo.

Did you know you can watch what I watch on tivo on the Spring tivo
theater? Email me if you want a theater pass.

That tivoed movie is

Birthday Girl

which is costarring Ben Chaplin. It's set in England.

Nicole is his Russian mail order bridge who he finds on the web.

Now, most fellas I know wouldn't be complaining about getting Nicole
Kidman as their mail order bride off the Internet.

Lookin' forward to see both of these. It may be a while before the first
one gets to the little bird in the sky (satellite).




 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 138 of 143: Sam Blob  (AlFor) * Thu, Nov  6, 2003 (17:00) * 1 lines 
 
A mail order bridge??? Wow! Where do I get one of those? There's a river I need to cross, and my friend Jimmy has many that he can't seem to find his way over...


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 139 of 143: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, Nov  6, 2003 (18:34) * 1 lines 
 
Er, uh, "bride"... sorry to get your hopes up with my typo.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 140 of 143: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Sat, Dec 13, 2003 (02:20) * 8 lines 
 
A mail order bridge??? Wow! Where do I get one of those?

ebay
(sheesh, whered you think?)

i gotta friend named jimmy too...
he doesn't have any kind of bridge-problem that
i know of, so he's probably not the same guy


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 141 of 143: Autumn  (autumn) * Sun, Dec 14, 2003 (12:04) * 1 lines 
 
Our governor (MD) just put the gubernatorial yacht on ebay as a gesture to pare down unnecessary expenses. The bidding starts at $150K.


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 142 of 143: Sam Blob  (AlFor) * Sun, Dec 14, 2003 (14:08) * 5 lines 
 
"Many rivers to cross,
But I can't seem to find my way over;
Wandering, I am lost,
As I travel along the white cliffs of Dover."
- first verse of Many Rivers To Cross by Jimmy Cliff (who I've never met, actually...)


 Topic 17 of 69 [movies]: The movie I want to see next
 Response 143 of 143: Sam Blob  (AlFor) * Sun, Dec 14, 2003 (14:10) * 1 lines 
 
BTW, I didn't know eBay was into mail-order...

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