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    Sunset Blvd. (1950) - IMDb

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    ^^^William Holden One of my all time favorites.
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    Pacific Rim..Not too bad for being on HBO
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    Quote Originally Posted by dickeydoo View Post
    ^^^William Holden One of my all time favorites.
    Absolutely. I like the way Gloria Swanson emotes with her hands and face, just like I imagine a silent film star would have done.

    "All about Eve" was on last night, but I was busy and missed the beginning so I skipped it.
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    Name the last movie you watched

    Watched Jack Reacher yesterday. Not bad, pretty typical investigative thriller. Entertaining, but i probably wouldn't buy it on dvd
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    "They Were Expendable" with John Wayne.

    Very good movie.

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    Sharknado, wtf.

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    Name the last movie you watched

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    Pacific Rim. Didn't think I would like it. Turned out to be a good movie.
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    Name the last movie you watched

    Son of Batman, pretty cool story.


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    Rio 2. Funny movie.
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    Leonardo Di Caprio F bombed his way through the whole effin movie last night.. something about Sharks of Wall St, or was it Coyotes? I gave up and went to bed when he went and left the Hamptons for Switzerland or something when his phones got bugged after chewing on a bunch of Lemmon 714's. I remember the Good Old Days and vitamin Q.. .vaguely.

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    Took my wife and son to the Grand Budapest Hotel last. My son thought it was bizarre and the wife didn't seem to enjoy it much more. Oh well. That's how it goes.
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    Saw 'Saving Mr Banks' on the plane yesterday, I was a captive audience. I quite enjoyed it as it echoed some childhood stuff for me, and I thought the story was fascinating. So much so I checked out the background when I got home and discovered it was pretty much a Disney invention. Ironic when the premise of the film was that Disney did not compromise integrity (not too much at least, and for the right reasons) in the story of the movie, but did in this movie...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    Ironic when the premise of the film was that Disney did not compromise integrity (not too much at least, and for the right reasons) in the story of the movie, but did in this movie...
    Yeah but you're basically describing Disney's business model since forever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wv_bob View Post
    Yeah but you're basically describing Disney's business model since forever.
    Yeah, but when faced with dancing penguins it's not so hard to suspend disbelief...
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    That's what they bet on
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    That one with Belle Knox in it.

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    Amazing Spiderman 2. It was really good.
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    'Joe' starring Nicolas Cage; it was great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kona0197 View Post
    Amazing Spiderman 2. It was really good.

    Andrew Garfield hosted SNL last night (good show) and Emma Stone appeared in the monologue and a Spiderman skit
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    Away From Her (2006) Julie Christie and Gordon Pinsent, directed by Sarah Polley...excellent film
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    Girls Against Boys (2012) - IMDb

    Disregarding the fact that no one gets arrested, this is one weird flick
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    The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada (2005) - IMDb

    I liked it. Plus any movie with Levon Helm in it is worth watching even when it's a small part.
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    I just watched Nicolas Cage's 2012 movie, "Stolen"

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    Godzilla. Very well done and the special effects are awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarW View Post
    Godzilla. Very well done and the special effects are awesome.
    I still haven't seen it!
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    I watched a sci-fi oldie on Netflix. It was "Fantastc Voyage". An Asimov story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zomby Woof (MCM700) View Post
    I watched a sci-fi oldie on Netflix. It was "Fantastc Voyage". An Asimov story.
    With Raquel Welch in a tight suit right?!? I can't remember the story much, but I do remember that...
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    I decided to watch R.I.P.D. on HBO last night. Not the best movie but entertaining.

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    Last Friday we went to the movies.. 1,000,000,000 ways to Die in the West.
    We thought most of it was pretty funny. some of it was too slapsticky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishbucket View Post
    Last Friday we went to the movies.. 1,000,000,000 ways to Die in the West.
    We thought most of it was pretty funny. some of it was too slapsticky.
    Ah you see, if you'd have gone to a "Million" ways to die etc. it would have been more palatable. That extra 999,000,000 tends to drag it out...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishbucket View Post
    Last Friday we went to the movies.. 1,000,000,000 ways to Die in the West.
    We thought most of it was pretty funny. some of it was too slapsticky.
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    Lone Survivorh...great
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    Xmen Days in the Future of the Past...or whatever.

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    Maleficent. Very entertaining and visually stimulating.

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    How about the next one? Tomorrow morning at 11:15, Edge of Tomorrow.

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    I just watched a movie called "Ordinary Decent Criminal". It was a Brit film with Kevin Spacy as the main character with an Irish accent. Colin Farrel was in it too but he was a minor character with hardly any dialog.

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    Chopper: Why would I shoot a bloke BANG, then drive him to the bloody car and wizz him off to the hospital at a hundred miles an hour? It defeats the purpose of having shot him in the first place.

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    Back from Edge of Tomorrow, cool movie, if you like Tom Cruise movies.

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    Wu Xia - Donnie Yen... ****

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    Watched Collateral Damage on the telly (I'm not a Tom Cruise fan... but he is in some good movies. this one was not exception)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Watched Collateral Damage on the telly (I'm not a Tom Cruise fan... but he is in some good movies. this one was not exception)
    Personally, I think that Tom Cruise is a flake, but I like a lot of his movies. Jack Reacher was cool too.

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    Watched "A bridge too far" in celebration of my Wife's Grandfather who landed on the beach 70 years ago. Talking to him about the war right before his death he said two things that have resonated over the years. First - "I'll never forgive that SOB Patton for force marching us without a hot meal. That's the only thing about the war I'm sore about." (From a guy with Bronze Stars and Purple Hearts from D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge who suffered frostbite but didn't blame anyone for the lack of winter clothing during the Bulge). Second - "On D-Day it was pretty obvious that the trick was getting out of the boat and on to the shore so I left all my stuff on the (Higgins) boat and when the ramp dropped I just ran. Sure enough, everything I needed was already there waiting." Puts things into perspective for me to remember how things can be really messed up and still see folks adapt and overcome. Somewhat ironic that he had bullet or frag wounds in both lungs (which forced him to give up smoking) and still died from lung cancer.
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    Monuments Men last night. Pretty decent flick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus View Post
    Personally, I think that Tom Cruise is a flake, but I like a lot of his movies. Jack Reacher was cool too.
    Flake for sure, but the dude gives it his all in any action role. I thought "Collateral Damage" was a kick-ass movie until the end when it became too unbelievable for me. I'd watch it again if it was on.
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    Went and saw "A Million Ways To Die In The West" with a buddy (I knew my wife would hate it!). Laughed my A$$ off! Totally Irreverent humor works for me and I love Sarah Silverman. There's something to offend everyone, sort of like "Blazing Saddles" did.

    Before seeing that, My wife and I went to see "Chef". THAT is just a nice movie. We enjoyed it very much!

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    The Grand Budapest Hotel. I highly recommend it.

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    I just recently watched a Sean Connery movie from 1971, The Anderson Tapes:
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    Quote Originally Posted by moefosho View Post
    The Grand Budapest Hotel. I highly recommend it.
    loved this movie
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    Love military movies and have been waiting to grab the Lone Survivor blu ray. Picked it up Saturday and watched it that night and it was a great movie. A very epic and sad movie that makes you appreciate what our armed forces goes through to protect his country.

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    I recently watched that 007 classic, "Goldfinger".

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    Darjeeling Limited. Can't wait to see Grand Budapest Hotel.

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    Rented Lone Survivor. Having read the book I will only say they are not the same story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtjim57 View Post
    Rented Lone Survivor. Having read the book I will only say they are not the same story.
    Are there 2 survivors in the book? PLOT TWIST!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtjim57 View Post
    Rented Lone Survivor. Having read the book I will only say they are not the same story.
    Books never really translate well to the big screen so I assume things are added into the film for more of a cinematic effect. Marcus Lutrell was on the set for the majority of the film shoot so I don't think they veered that far off the truth.
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    Recently took the family out to see "How to train your dragon 2". It was every bit as entertaining as the first one.

    Last night, we settled down at home to watch Arachnophobia. Got plenty of chuckles out of it...

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    Rented the Jack Ryan last night, with Cap'n Kirk.

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    The fact that Tom Cruise is in any movie will keep me from going to see it. I can pretty much guarantee that I will not like whatever it is.
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    Edge of Tomorrow

    Meh.
    While lacking an in depth story the action kept me entertained for a couple of hours.

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    Name the last movie you watched

    300 Rise of an Empire.

    The reviews were really mixed but I enjoyed the movie. Eva Green was worth the rental fee.
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    Owning Mahowny (2003) Philip Seymour Hoffman. A film about gambling addiction. Based on the true story of a Toronto bank employee who embezzled more than $10 million to feed his gambling habit.
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    Ted. A stuffed bear comes to life. It is intellectually bankrupt but funny.

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    The cult classic, Carnival of Souls

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    300 Rise of an Empire.
    It was pretty good, although it overlapped some with the first 300 movie.
    It explains more, about how everything came about.
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    Frozen. Lots of ice and singing.
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    Watched "Enough Said" on the plane on the way back from Italy...it was meh, but I gotta say, Julia Louis Dreyfuss is a pretty darn good actress, and Gandolfini is missed for sure.
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    One of these days I'll watch a new movie but until then

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    I just saw Gravity last night. It let me down.
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    Edge of Tomorrow. Kind of a combination of Groundhog Day and Total Recall with aliens like the Matrix. Not a Cruise fan, but this one had me entertained at least and that Emily Blunt ain't too hard on the eyes. I think she could kick Tom's a$$ in a celebrity boxing match for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegweed View Post
    Watched "Enough Said" on the plane on the way back from Italy...it was meh, but I gotta say, Julia Louis Dreyfuss is a pretty darn good actress, and Gandolfini is missed for sure.
    I need to watch that. I'm a pretty big JG fan myself. Watched "The Wolfe of Wall Street" last night. Pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegweed View Post
    Watched "Enough Said" on the plane on the way back from Italy...it was meh, but I gotta say, Julia Louis Dreyfuss is a pretty darn good actress, and Gandolfini is missed for sure.
    I forgot about that one, I saw it on a plane the other day as well. It was beautifully made, the acting was wonderful, and the story was relevant, (at least for those of us of a certain age )
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    Lego movie. Maybe I'm a nerd at heart but it was awesome
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    Ghost World (2001) - IMDb

    you gotta watch it more than once to catch all the weird stuff going on in the background of each scene
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    Saw Chef with my wife a couple of weeks ago. VERY enjoyable movie. Didn't have to sort out a bunch of conflicts, just a nice move and a good story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckha62 View Post
    Saw Chef with my wife a couple of weeks ago. VERY enjoyable movie. Didn't have to sort out a bunch of conflicts, just a nice move and a good story.
    Me and my wife just saw it too, it made us smile all the way thru, and even Sofia V. managed to curtail my usual 'argghhh!' impulse...
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    Just watched WWZ last night as I was bored at home alone... actually, the cats like zombie movies... it was dreadful. One of the worst films I have seen. Seems like the only reason for making it was to cash in on the success of Walking Dead, which is far superior. Brad Pitt should be ashamed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    Just watched WWZ last night as I was bored at home alone... actually, the cats like zombie movies... it was dreadful. One of the worst films I have seen. Seems like the only reason for making it was to cash in on the success of Walking Dead, which is far superior. Brad Pitt should be ashamed.
    The book was superior, but I thought WWZ had its moments. It had so much hype around it, it was sort of a let down. I think 28days/weeks later are much better looks into the human condition and more fun/scary to watch.

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    Transformer 4. So much better than the first three. Parts of the movie were jaw droppers. Excellent movie.
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    Been weabooing it up over the uni break, Finally came around to watching Akira and it was fantastic. The last film i watched in a cinema was godzilla though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biased Opinion View Post
    Been weabooing it up over the uni break,
    WTF does this mean?

    Ah wait! That avatar looks a LOT like AZ!
    It's all Here. Now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    WTF does this mean?

    Ah wait! That avatar looks a LOT like AZ!
    lol, he's back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    lol, he's back!
    Notify Tones immediately. He'll be ecstatic.

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    Where is Tones? I haven't seen him in a while. Maybe Nicole and him
    got together and aren't telling us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Ray View Post
    Notify Tones immediately. He'll be ecstatic.
    Tones already knows. AZ is being routed (be careful how you say that) through Tone's server so the evil over lords can't track his IP. Problem is now it looks like Tones is running a sock puppet. Luckily we all know Tones doesn't have anything big enough to fill a sock with.

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    Just watched Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

    Well made. I thought it was very good, but I'm really into apocalyptic type movies.

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    Ijust saw Machete Kills with Danny Trejo as the main character. It was a fun movie done in that "grindhouse" style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    WTF does this mean?

    Ah wait! That avatar looks a LOT like AZ!
    Urban Dictionary: Weeaboo

    It's pretty much someone who is not Japaneses trying to be as jap as possible. In this case i have just watched a **** load of anime in a very short period of time. Also I'm not an alt of AZ, would like to know what happened to him though. I have been off MTBR for ages and i have seen loads of **** about him being banned or something like that. Avatar is a Bioshock infinite joke.

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    Death Race 2000 (1975) - IMDb


    VERY interesting to say the least, hahaha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kuhl View Post
    Where is Tones? I haven't seen him in a while. Maybe Nicole and him
    got together and aren't telling us.
    He showed up briefly in my 'Flashlight" thread.....with a somewhat predictable remark.

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    Still for the life of me I can't think of a movie I watched recently. I have been reading books, though. Which likely makes me one of them "book readers" ..........which likely means I'm one of them 'libral's too. Damn.

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    "Savages"
    Great movie about a couple rich kids out of Laguna Beach who get involved in smuggling drugs from Mexico. They get involved in the mexican drug cartel. What hits home with me is seeing actual footage from Laguna Beach all the way down the coast to Tijuana. And an added bonus is it has Salma Hayek as a backdrop.

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    So I shoot off all full of bravado, hit this wee booter - grabbing some air, then I land - leading into a greasy rut.

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    Another vote for Dawn of the planet of the grApes. Very entertaining.

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    I watched edge of tomorrow. Far better than I had expected.

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    Just watched Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit on DVD last night. Even though its not a Tom Clancy film, which I'm a huge of, it does revolve around Clancy's main character. I wasn't sold on Chris Pine as Jack Ryan. All I saw was Captain Kirk, but it was a good all around movie. Wish there were more twists and surprises though as the film was predictable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Another vote for Dawn of the planet of the grApes. Very entertaining.
    saw this too and enjoyed it.
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    Wolf of Wall Street.

    The "chase" scene in the kitchen that culminates in Jordan breaking out is emergency stash of cocaine to save Donnie from choking on cold cuts is probably one of the funniest things I have seen in a while.
    Trying to win hearts and minds, but willing to stomp them if necessary.

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    I was watching "Debbie Does Manchester-United." Anybody know how that ends?