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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post


    "No retreat, No surrender" isn't just a movie, it's a life philosophy. Not mine though, since I am a more "Stay in Bed and Don't Even Bother" guy.

    Easily one of the funniest movies ever made.

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    Does the Money pit count for this? I always thought it did well, not blockbustery but I know it wasn't critically acclaimed since it was more slapstick.

    Watched it the other night to cheer up with everything we have to do in the new house. The Turkeys done and bathroom tub still resonate with me for some reason.

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    when he is stuck in the floor...and that laugh when the bathtub drops...come on, that's some funny stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    when he is stuck in the floor...and that laugh when the bathtub drops...come on, that's some funny stuff.
    That laugh is iconic now, at the time I think critics were already writing their formulaic reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammer06 View Post
    Does the Money pit count for this? I always thought it did well, not blockbustery but I know it wasn't critically acclaimed since it was more slapstick.

    Watched it the other night to cheer up with everything we have to do in the new house. The Turkeys done and bathroom tub still resonate with me for some reason.
    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    when he is stuck in the floor...and that laugh when the bathtub drops...come on, that's some funny stuff.
    Did you ever notice that when the tub hits the floor and breaks, there's no water splash?

    This movie is better than it's ever been given credit for. It still holds up, and for me the lines never get old.
    To this day, my husband and I will say....
    1.) "I was seeing Care Bears." whenever something goes wrong physically, such as a cut finger or a bump on the head.
    2.) "She's a nice piece of wool." when referring to an attractive woman.
    3.) "Two weeks!" as the time frame for anything more than a couple of hours.
    4.) "Honey, you're on my fingers." when one has to tell the other to stop for any reason when we're trying to fix something.

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    Can I get a ruling on Harold and Kumar?

    I mean thats gotta be in this wheelhouse right? Then again I haven't watched it in a decade but it should totally still hold up right?

    Who could forget


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    The Whole Trilogy ROCKS. Not a guilty pleasure at all!!!!

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    I have extremely fond memories of this movie

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0101698/

    Who could forget the movie that introduced us to how much of our brain we used


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    Quote Originally Posted by jammer06 View Post
    I have extremely fond memories of this movie

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0101698/

    Who could forget the movie that introduced us to how much of our brain we used

    I was trapped near the inner circle of thought.

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    Ladies and Gentlemen....and LGK'ers

    I submit to you a movie that I think every single one of you would go to a screening of "post haste" should it be announced:

    Wolfgang Petersens Enemy Mine



    Dennis Quaid

    Louis Gosset Jr....Giving birth

    Football on moonlike atmospheres.

    Whats not to love?

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