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    Quote Originally Posted by Repack Rider View Post
    I was watching "Debbie Does Manchester-United." Anybody know how that ends?
    I cannot find anything about this online. It would seem to be a union between to power houses from completely different universes.

    Please, do tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Repack Rider View Post
    I was watching "Debbie Does Manchester-United." Anybody know how that ends?
    I'm guessing they were united in some way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckha62 View Post
    I'm guessing they were united in some way.
    Wait a minute... Debbie did the entire Manchester United?! Whoa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    I cannot find anything about this online. It would seem to be a union between to power houses from completely different universes.

    Please, do tell.
    It sounds rather derivative.
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    Saw it at the theater many years ago and just caught it again on the tube. I had forgot how good it was. If you haven't seen it PLEASE do.
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    Re: Name the last movie you watched

    I was watching the Hitchikers's Guide to the Galaxy this evening, still not near as funny as the book.

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    The original Jurassic Park was on the other night. My favorite of the series. I remember way back seeing it in the theaters and commenting to my girlfriend "well this is as close to a dinosaur as you are ever going to get" amazing special effects for the day. One of those movies that can be watched numerous times and still be good. One of my favorite scenes from the movie was this one.

    Scene here >>> https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=d921M-ACMM4
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    Name the last movie you watched

    Stoker.

    Very quirky psychological thriller. I enjoyed it.
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    Take This Waltz (2011) Seth Rogen and Michelle Williams (on CBC after we got back from DHing) Good film
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    'Snowpiercer' yesterday at the Loft here in Tucson. Lots of good about it, but the ending seemed a bit of an afterthought, or maybe was calculated to keep the viewer guessing? I don't know, but Tilda, as always, was amazing...
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    I saw this one on Netflix. It was quite entertaining. It's "Iron Sky", a silly story about where The Nazis set up a secret base on the dark side of the moon in 1945. It wasn't cheesy at all.
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    Trailer for MadMax Fury Road

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    I just saw Lucy. It was pretty good too.
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    Wifey made me watch "The Secret World of Walter Mitty" with her.

    Gotta admit, though, it was pretty dam good.
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    I saw catch me if you can. It was about a guy showing you how to drop off the map, but it was all hypothetical situations. I wouldn't recommend it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod View Post
    I saw catch me if you can. It was about a guy showing you how to drop off the map, but it was all hypothetical situations. I wouldn't recommend it.
    "Catch me if you can" was based on a true story, not hypotheticals

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    I saw several crappy ones.

    I think we are going backward with this, the last few years I saw many more bad film than back in the days where CGI are not as good.

    Ok Crappy ones
    Divergent-another poorly made Hunger game.
    Dawn of the Ape, seriously we already know how it ends.
    Snowpiecer-Bad plot, bad effects, just bad.

    Some entertaining ones like

    Edge of tomorrow
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    And my favorite The ShortGame on NetFlix

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    Nice to hear from you mimi. Hows your baby? And, you sure are picky about your movies, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Nice to hear from you mimi. Hows your baby? And, you sure are picky about your movies, lol.
    Ha ha, Thanks Hawg! nice to be back too. The baby is so good, I don't know what I've done to deserved such a smart baby.

    I have a few writers and directors(small time) who comes in to eat, and we like to shoot the sh!t about the project and have you seen this movie, one lend me the dvd from time to time, you know the one with watermark. So I watch quite a bit of movies, and we talk about it the next time he stops by.

    I can't wait to be disappointed by Lucy, it's directed by Luc Besson the guy who brought you Leon the professional, fifth element, Wasabi( who does not like that one), taken, etc. I heard from my sister that it was pretty lame

    I hate movies with agenda, and there are too many out now. Noah is the lamest one this year so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    Ha ha, Thanks Hawg! nice to be back too. The baby is so good, I don't know what I've done to deserved such a smart baby.

    I have a few writers and directors(small time) who comes in to eat, and we like to shoot the sh!t about the project and have you seen this movie, one lend me the dvd from time to time, you know the one with watermark. So I watch quite a bit of movies, and we talk about it the next time he stops by.

    I can't wait to be disappointed by Lucy, it's directed by Luc Besson the guy who brought you Leon the professional, fifth element, Wasabi( who does not like that one), taken, etc. I heard from my sister that it was pretty lame

    I hate movies with agenda, and there are too many out now. Noah is the lamest one this year so far.
    I have not heard good things about Lucy.

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    Name the last movie you watched

    Lucy reminds me of an old anime called Elfen lied

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    I have not heard good things about Lucy.
    I think that mainly because of the good trailers it puts out. It's fashionable now to put the best part of the movies in the trailers it helps overdeliver the movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    I think that mainly because of the good trailers it puts out. It's fashionable now to put the best part of the movies in the trailers it helps overdeliver the movie.
    That's almost word-for-word what the critics who have seen it are saying.

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    That's almost word-for-word what the critics who have seen it are saying.
    Hmm! How 'bout that. I'd still be spending to see it hoping there's something to feel good about.

    You know what I'm looking forward to and it would be massively disappointed compare to the book, fifty shade of grey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    Hmm! How 'bout that. I'd still be spending to see it hoping there's something to feel good about.

    You know what I'm looking forward to and it would be massively disappointed compare to the book, fifty shade of grey.
    Mimi glad to see your return and congrats. on the baby.

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    Hey Mimi, I've been curious about the baby. I'm happy to hear all is good! Coming to America is a classic brutha!

    Stick around if you have time (and energy).
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Mimi glad to see your return and congrats. on the baby.

    Here ya go 50 Shades of Grey -- Who's watching?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mookie View Post
    Hey Mimi, I've been curious about the baby. I'm happy to hear all is good! Coming to America is a classic brutha!

    Stick around if you have time (and energy).
    Thanks, I'll update my baby's thread with pic so. Quick reveal. I just got my 4.2 handicap back, only take 6 months this time. I'm stoked!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    Thanks, I'll update my baby's thread with pic so. Quick reveal. I just got my 4.2 handicap back, only take 6 months this time. I'm stoked!!
    Cool, I think we would all appreciate some baby pics.

    Nice work on getting back into golf form. I'm happy to hear that you were able to get out onto the course. That must be about your best handicap?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    Thanks, I'll update my baby's thread with pic so. Quick reveal. I just got my 4.2 handicap back, only take 6 months this time. I'm stoked!!
    Yep as Mookie stated some baby pics are a must. So have you been fitting any riding in between the baby and golf.
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    12 Angry Men, and it was really good!

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    My wife rented me "Doc Holiday's Revenge" made it through the first 5 minutes and could take no more. Best thing about it was it was a Redbox so we only wasted a buck and change.
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    Re: Name the last movie you watched

    Guardians of the Galaxy: just a silly fun sci fi flick and a huge departure from the grim, navel-gazing superheroes of late.

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    Rented Gravity, wished I hadn't now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristianCoté View Post
    12 Angry Men, and it was really good!
    This is must see classic. I really like this one as well.
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    Went to see Lucy this morning. Ok at best, they could have done a much better job of it had they really wanted to.

    Watched Robocop last night, better than the original, for whatever that is worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuncle View Post
    Guardians of the Galaxy: just a silly fun sci fi flick and a huge departure from the grim, navel-gazing superheroes of late.
    We saw that Friday evening... I liked it, My 12 year old son like it too. A few of the jokes and innuendos went over his head ( fine by me).
    I'll rent it when it his the shelf to pick up all the rest I missed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristianCoté View Post
    12 Angry Men, and it was really good!
    indeed. with its stellar cast, in terms of pure acting it is one of the best suspense/drama movies. centered primarily in one room the actor's eyes, expressions, mannerisms, and tones of voice conveyed volumes and kept the viewer enthralled in the story. today's movies, lacking such great acting, rely on cgi and special effects. definitely one of my faves.
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    Just saw 'A Most Wanted Man' PSH's last movie. Reinforces my feeling that it is such a shame his talent is no longer around. Great spy drama in the vein of the old gritty cold war spy dramas. Highly recommended
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    I'm watching The World's End and working on a sixer of Smuttynose Finest Kind IPA.

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    Two-Lane Blacktop (1971) - IMDb

    Some hate it, but I like it if for no other reason than the sound inside the 55.

    Also, Warren Oates as GTO.
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    Plan to see Guardians of the Galaxy. Thanks for the reviews

    Watched Bonnie and Clyde (1967) on PBS last evening. Truly a classic
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Plan to see Guardians of the Galaxy. Thanks for the reviews

    Watched Bonnie and Clyde (1967) on PBS last evening. Truly a classic
    Bonnie & Clyde was the first 'X' rated film I ever went to see when it came out in England! I snuck out of boarding school and went to the local fleapit to see it. Faye Dunaway spawned many an adolescent fantasy for me, but I won't elaborate in this family forum...
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    Just finish Lucy.

    Oy vey!

    The good news is I knew it was bad before I went to see it.

    I'm gonna go home and watch Dren, Splice again, or Jack Reacher that would may make me feel better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wv_bob View Post
    Two-Lane Blacktop (1971) - IMDb

    Some hate it, but I like it if for no other reason than the sound inside the 55.

    Also, Warren Oates as GTO.
    Love that movie just for the cars. Some pretty bad acting and story line though. But every time it's on I watch it. Go figure!
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    Eastern Promises (2007) a film about Russian Mafia. I give this film 3.5/5 bowls of borscht and 4.5 /5 for the steambath scene when Viggo Mortensen loses his towel

    I liked Bonnie and Clyde more but Eastern Promises is pretty good
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    We just went to see LUCY yesterday. We loved it, but it's definitely different and I'm sure a lot if not most of the peeps that see it won't like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bike&Fish View Post
    We just went to see LUCY yesterday. We loved it, but it's definitely different and I'm sure a lot if not most of the peeps that see it won't like it.
    It's a lame propaganda piece just like Noah, and Transcendent.
    The acting is just shocking!!

    The only scene I like was the car chase scene, just crash but no explosion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    It's a lame propaganda piece just like Noah, and Transcendent.
    The acting is just shocking!!

    The only scene I like was the car chase scene, just crash but no explosion.
    I hear ya, it's definitely different. The bonus is Scarlett Johansson, I think she is crazy beautiful.
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    You know I always that SJ was more funny looking than beautiful, then I saw her in "Ghost World" and now the trailer for "Lucy" and she's all right when someone's not trying to make her into something she's not.
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    Currently watching Avatar (2009)... it's as good and trippy today as the first time I watched it.
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    I just watched "Marooned" last night on GETTV. I saw it in the theater when I was a kid. It was pretty realistic for its time. Much more realistic than "Gravity".
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    For the better part of this year, all I kept hearing from my nieces is Frozen. All my friends and their kids on Facebook throwing "Frozen" parties and getting Frozen costumes for Halloween. Having never watched it, I didn't really get it. So with nothing on over the weekend, I was flipping through my OnDemand and saw Frozen. I said what the heck. Watched it and it was a pretty darn good movie for a cartoon. I see why even all my adult friends like it. Now I can't get that damn Olaf Summer song out of my head.
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    the new TMNT, went to a sneak peek last wednesday, it was terrible to the point that I had to rant on facebook, and I try to only post good stuff there, too many people just use it as a whining outlet, but it was SO BAD I couldn't help it
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    Witness. That's some movie. Also watch Once upon a time in America holly crap!! they all young.

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    I just watch Good Will Hunting and a bit of Jumanji. R.I.P Mr. Williams.

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    I tried to watch Dolemite last night, but nodded off.

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    The El Rey cable network plays some different stuff for sure. They're big on kung-fu and grindhouse movies too.
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    Mrs Doubtfire. Twas on free to air last night and seemed fitting to watch it and laugh along.

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    just saw guardians of the galaxy and liked it.
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    Name the last movie you watched

    Watched Lucy last night. Great potential but I was repeatedly disappointed. Scarlet Johansson was the only reason I didn't leave.

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    I just watched The Outlaw Josy Wales last night. I have my own DVD. I hadn't seen it in a few years. Its a classic!
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    Guardians of the Galaxy. It was entertaining and fun. I really liked it

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    Guardians of the Galaxy. It was entertaining and fun. I really liked it

    And of course you were able to GIF it... Well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Guardians of the Galaxy. It was entertaining and fun. I really liked it

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    I saw it today too, I really enjoyed it.
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    Gloria. It was on the verge of being too artsy, but I enjoy films themed on more ordinary people. Need to make sure I've got a good nights sleep before I watch anything that's subtitled.
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    Dawn of the Planet of the Apes-- Loved it
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    The wolf of wall street, overt the top, very entertaining. Kinda cross between Good Fellas and Casino. I'm buying a blueray

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    Movies I've watched the last couple of days on the iPad as I'm traveling for work.

    Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

    Divergent - I enjoyed it except for the ending that obviously sets up for the next film.

    Men in Black 3 - much better than I thought it would be.

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    Very much enjoyed both. Captain Philips had me in tears at the end. Incredible performance by Hanks and the other actors.

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    Fargo. I've seen it a million times. I was channel surfing and saw that it was on. I wasn't going to watch the whole thing but before I knew it, Steve Buscemi was face down in a wood chipper and it was over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mookie View Post
    Fargo. I've seen it a million times. I was channel surfing and saw that it was on. I wasn't going to watch the whole thing but before I knew it, Steve Buscemi was face down in a wood chipper and it was over.
    Love Fargo, ya? The one I see all the time is the hunt for the red October. Love that movie. I love submarine movies, but the only annoying thing about them is the crush depth, almost all submarine movies have to put one in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    Love Fargo, ya? The one I see all the time is the hunt for the red October. Love that movie. I love submarine movies, but the only annoying thing about them is the crush depth, almost all submarine movies have to put one in.
    Big Hunt for Red October fan here as well. I used to watch it every time it came on TV. At some point I stopped watching so that I can view it "fresh" at some point in the future. I'm a fan of submarine movies for sure, if done right you can have a suspenseful story. Lol, crush depth - yup that's a staple of sub movies all right.
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    The Fugitive.

    Forgot how good it was.

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    Matewan (1987) - IMDb

    The miners lost and are still losing. The difference is that now they're confused about who it is they're really at war with.
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    I just watched Ronin yesterday. I have it on DVD. Great movie with a couple of great car chases in it too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNormsk View Post
    I firmly believe that the car chases in Ronin are the greatest of all time ever! Period.
    +1 better than "Bullitt"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zomby Woof (MCM700) View Post
    I just watched Ronin yesterday. I have it on DVD. Great movie with a couple of great car chases in it too.
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    I firmly believe that the car chases in Ronin are the greatest of all time ever! Period.

    No CGI in that film. What you saw was what you got. I remember seeing a vid on the car chase scenes and they actors were in the cars during the scenes and were apparently terrified. Also I seem to recall that a couple of crashes weren't actually intentional and that they decided to leave them in the film.

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    The Wild Bunch. Mentioned in a western movie thread recently, then right on cue, it was available on one of the cable networks. Takes its time moving things along. 2.5 hours in all. Don't remember westerns of that vintage having a psycho quite like that guy in the bank holdup early in the movie. Perv sticking his tongue in that ladies ear, making them sing and dance, etc... Effective for getting the point across I guess. Earnest Borgnine looked old even 45 years ago. Grittier than the other westerns I've seen that were made in the 1965 - 1975 timeframe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNormsk View Post
    I firmly believe that the car chases in Ronin are the greatest of all time ever! Period.

    No CGI in that film. What you saw was what you got. I remember seeing a vid on the car chase scenes and they actors were in the cars during the scenes and were apparently terrified. Also I seem to recall that a couple of crashes weren't actually intentional and that they decided to leave them in the film.
    Definitely, they were most awesome! I remember a show about film making back then that had told about the car chases and how they recorded the correct engine sounds for audio accuracy too. Back then Discovery Channel had a series called Movie Magic that I saw it on. But the chase scene in Bullit is still tops too.

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    Even though I've seen it numerous times. I still think it's the best or at least one of the best movies ever made. I caught it again on the tube last night. What movie is he talking about you ask.

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