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    post yer fave cult movie

    over the years, and lots lately, folks have been makin vague references to some great old cult or lesser know "B" movies in here. i thought it might be cool to see what crops up when the question is asked, "whats yer fave off beat flick"?

    its way hard for me to pin just 1 down cuz theres so much out there but if forced to i may have to go with the '96 buddy cop movie, running scared. cant remember a flick where i laughed from start to finish like this one.

    the openin credits. yeah, thats fee waybill singin the title track.
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    and actin like a cpl boobs in miami. i think i saw tidybeard at 4:10.
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    Don't know if this movie ever achieved Cult status but

    "Stranger Than Paradise". Jim Jarmusch did this one. If you do watch it you need to absolutely watch every second of it, no talking, no going to the fridge every five minutes. Pretty soon you just get immersed into the little world that is this movie. As such, I think it is hilarious.

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    Got to be Dazed and Confused.




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    My votes:

    1. Quadrophenia

    2. Repo Man

    3. Dance Craze


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    Soap. I make and I sell soap

    That would have to be Fight Club

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    They may not be classed as total B Grade...

    But 2 of my favorites are

    Momento

    AND

    Pulp Fiction
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    Bloodsucking Pharohs from Pittsburg
    Deathrace 2000
    Nemisis
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail

    And one that isn't on my list, and should NEVER appear on anyone's list - it's that bad. Night of the Lupus. It's even gets ST geek points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde S Dale
    2. Repo Man
    "That's why every repo man I know does speed."

    Absolutely brilliant movie.
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    On Any Sunday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whafe
    They may not be classed as total B Grade...

    But 2 of my favorites are

    Memento

    AND

    Pulp Fiction
    Anything directed by Christopher Nolan or David Fincher is pure gold. Remember Seven?

    Quentin? His best effort: Reservoir Dogs.

    Surprised no one mentioned Evil Dead yet.

    I'll toss out a few more.

    Hard Boiled. Chow Yun Fat at his best.

    Any Spaghetti Western, But "High Plains Drifter" and "For a Few Dollars More" come to mind. Really, anything Clint has done.

    Raising Arizona.

    Bladerunner.

    and Mad Max.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random Drivel
    Anything directed by Christopher Nolan or David Fincher is pure gold. Remember Seven?

    Quentin? His best effort: Reservoir Dogs.

    Surprised no one mentioned Evil Dead yet.
    Yeah ha, total great stuff.....

    Our mate Stanley K and "Eyes Wide Shut" is a pearler too.....
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    Repo Man

    Evil Dead

    Raising Arizona (any Coen Bros movie, actually)

    Jason & the Argonauts

    The Warriors

    Videodrome

    Spinal Tap of course

    They Live (I'm a big John Carpenter fan...Big Trouble in Little China...The Thing...Halloween)

    Phantasm

    too many to list....
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    Conan The Destroyer [1982]

    Conan The Barbarian [1984]

    Soylent Green

    Omega Man

    Akira

    Attack of the Mushroom People

    28 Days

    The Life Aquatic

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    Fandango, The Big Lebowski, and thanks for reminding me PMK, On Any Sunday.
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    big lebowski for sure!


    ps - I thought On Any Sunday kinda sucked...and I'm a moto-head from way back......

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    The Big Lebowski

    And anything from Mel Brooks...Spaceballs has got to be one of my favorites.

    Also Caddyshack is up there toward the top.
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    Rocky Horror Picture Show

    Quadrophenia

    Better Off Dead

    Harold And Maude

    and a lot of the other ones mentioned here already.........
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    I think Rushmore has to be my favorite cult movie.....quite possibly Bill Murray's most well acted movie......

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    Okay, to add to my rep

    ...as a focking weirdo, creep, what the hell am I doing here? I tend to like the oddball stuff,i.e. "Being John Malkovich"; "Blue Velvet"; "7 Grams" et. al.

    Buutttttttt....

    Eraserhead. see it, and be disturbed. In a good way, like a good Homer.
    It was definitely a cult flick, and takes a certain mindset to appreciate, but David Lynch is from another planet, doncha tink?


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    Anything from Takeshi "Beat" Kitano

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    Eraserhead was the first thing that came to mind for me too.

    I love On Any Sunday too, now I have the theme song stuck in my head.

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    wow! some great stuff guys! lots of memories floodin into my head. ill try and list some stuff thats not yet been mentioned:
    1. attack of the killer tomatoes
    2. kentuky fried movie
    3. red flag, the ultimate game
    4. the right stuff
    5. le mans
    6. grand prix
    7. big fish
    8. princess bride
    9. frequency
    10. evolution
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    1 - Greaser's Palace

    2 - Pink Flamingos

    3 - Anything by Fellini (Satircon, Roma, etc)

    4 - El Topo

    5 - The King of Hearts

    6 - Freaks
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    Obscure...

    The Zero Effect

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    In no particular order:

    Monty Python's Meaning of Life esp "every sperm is sacred" bit below:

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    Body Heat: Wow, Kathleen Turner looked good.

    Scanners: David Cronenberg's psychological thriller

    The Fly (1986ish) and Dead Ringers: More Cronenberg stuff.

    Altered States: More William Hurt

    Trainspotting: Mr. Obi Wan never looked so disgusting.

    Anything with Sybil Danning in the early 80's.

    Magnolia, and maybe too new to be dubbed a cult favorite but it may be someday,

    There Will Be Blood, both P.T. Anderson flicks.

    And finally Life of Brian, another Monty Python troupe masterpiece.

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    of several British films I like how about:
    the Italian job (original)
    trainspotting
    shallow grave
    lock, stock and two smoking barrels
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    Good stuff!
    A few mo...

    Most of John Wu's flicks
    Enter the Dragon
    Easy Rider
    Galaxy quest
    Office Space

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    Dead Man - Jim Jarmusch directing, w/ Johnny Depp and Neil Young doing the soundtrack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pothole
    Dead Man - Jim Jarmusch directing, w/ Johnny Depp and Neil Young doing the soundtrack.
    The campfire scene with Iggy Pop is hilarious.


    Dill Scallion (my avatar), the "Spinal Tap" of country music


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    the original of the blues brothers, the italian job, betty blue (it's french)
    breakfast club, ferris beuler's day off.

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    Fubar, a canadian mockumentary

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2fSGIwwlnM

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    Blue Velvet
    Das Boot
    Raising Arizona
    Lost Highway
    Eraserhead
    American Hardcore
    Evil Dead
    True Romance
    Pulp Fiction
    American Werewolf in London
    Repo Man
    Wild at Heart

    More mainstream, but still dang good: The Matrix
    Blade Runner
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    From the DVD Collection:
    Blazing Saddles (so not PC)
    Holy Grail, Life of Brian, Meaning of Life
    Spinal Tap
    Strange Brew (Bob and Doug McKenzie, eh)
    Princess Bride
    Heavy Metal
    The Wall
    Dogma
    Apocalypse Now
    Dust to Glory

    Edit:
    Just remembered another one:
    Bull Durham ("the rose goes in the front, big guy")
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    One movie I can't stand that seems to have become somewhat of a cult movie is Napoleon Dynamite...didn't get it.


    How about the Alien series...actually the first 2 and maybe the 3rd but after that they just became stupid. And now the whole Alien vs Predator thing has gone way to far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldHouseMan
    Napoleon Dynamite...didn't get it.
    im with ya. ive tried maybe 6 times and im still lost as to why this is so huge.

    i forgot to list the original little shop of horrors. "feed me! im hungry! feeeeeeeeeeed me!!"
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    2nd On Any Sunday
    2nd Princess Bride (chick flick gets em everytime) ok I cried not.
    Mad Max 1n2 were cult fer sure!!

    No particular order!

    Big Sunday -Gerry Lopez, Big teeth Gary Busy and co awesome
    Supercross - the chick can backflip so gets my vote!

    I married an axe murderer- Mike Myers rulz

    anything with LightSabers and DarthVader, epi 3 last one where Anakin becomes Vader! and epi 5 The Empire Strikes Back!! Luke I am your father! one of the best lines in movie history!
    were the best though, when I was nineepi 4 rocked my world and so did Leia's buns.

    Kill Bill v1&2 QT rocks
    Anything with Rocky in it! Yo Adriannnnnnnnnnn! She was hawt I love chicks with glasses!
    Conan the Barbarian! (jmtb it came first!)
    Terminator, T2, T3 sucked though a female terminator give me a break! theyre all terminators naturally
    Tarzan - Johnny Wiesmuller versions, oh Maureen O Hara a true screen goddess, in the early 80s loved watching the black n white we a bit behind here, didn't get color in our house till around 84 or so sheesh
    Tenacious D - Jack Black rocks
    Point Break - classic surf chicks surf chicks ahh need surf!!
    Last of the Mohicans - Tommohawks rock
    Planet of the Apes - I did enjoy the Tv series too, actually I might have liked it better
    Platoon
    Dearhunter
    Alien
    And heaps more I will think of later
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    Pitch Black
    Alien
    The Crow
    Rush
    Clerks
    Hellraiser
    Super Troopers
    Lords of Dogtown & Dogtown & Z-boys
    Matador
    Fargo

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    Quote Originally Posted by trailadvent
    And heaps more I will think of later
    TA and Whafe - what self respecting kiwi doesn't mention Peter Jackson's Bad Taste (aka Dead Alive in the US) and Braindead? NZ low-budget splatter comedy at its best. Two of the funniest films I've ever seen...

    "I kick ass for the lord!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcus_dukakis
    TA and Whafe - what self respecting kiwi doesn't mention Peter Jackson's Bad Taste (aka Dead Alive in the US) and Braindead? NZ low-budget splatter comedy at its best. Two of the funniest films I've ever seen...

    "I kick ass for the lord!"
    True dat

    Add to that list Scarfies, Sleeping Dogs, Goodbye Pork Pie!

    I watched another kiwi movie this past weekend called In My Fathers Den

    Not a nice story and sad that **** happens but a very good film well shot, actored etc etc if ya like that shitz, and close to my homeland, actually I used to play school boy rugby against that town shot in the movie, in my younger days, great country man would love to be riding down on the Old man and Woman ranges right now, riding the spear grass, lobbing of the truck sized chunks of shist, some big arse downhill runs there 2!

    Cheers for the reminder funny how ya forget about the stuff closer to home my bad
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    The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

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    F'in Dumb

    My Fav - Strange Brew!
    Now, take off you hoser!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseyjoey
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    Lotsa good ones up there. My contributions:

    1. SLAPSHOT - if you like hockey at all, but can still laugh at it.

    2. HAPPY GILMORE - if you like hockey, and find golf silly.

    AND A HUGE +1 FOR RONNY'S CONTRIBUTION "PITCH BLACK".
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    Foreign goodies

    What about a couple of brilliant films by Jean-Pierre Jeunet?

    *Delicatessen

    *The City of Lost Children (dark, surreal, and co-starring Ron Perlman)-- one of the best

    *Amelie

    If cult classics were based on memorable quotes, I think the Coen brothers and Monty Python works would be at the top of my list:

    From the Big Lebowski: "The Dude abides. I don't know about you but I take comfort in that. It's good knowin' he's out there. The Dude. Takin' 'er easy for all us sinners. Shoosh. I sure hope he makes the finals."

    From The Holy Grail: "I don't want to talk to you no more, you empty headed animal food trough wiper. I fart in your general direction. Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries. "
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    An American Werewolf in London
    Get Shorty
    Blood Simple
    This is Spinal Tap
    The Commitments
    Lair of the White Worm
    The Lost Boys
    Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
    Billy Elliott
    Time Bandits
    The Bear
    Tremors
    The Gods Must Be Crazy
    Innerspace
    Whale Rider
    New York Doll
    On Any Sunday
    {Principal Skinner} Hmm. Whoever did this is in very deep trouble.
    {Martin} And a sloppy speller too. The preferred spelling of 'wiener' is w - i - e - n - e - r, although 'e - i' is an acceptable ethnic variant.

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    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    Better Off Dead
    Weird Science
    Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels
    Snatch
    The Salton Sea

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    1. What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966) Woody Allen
    2. The Jerk Steve Martin
    3. I'm Gonna Git You Sucka! Keenen Ivory Wayans,
    4. Animal House

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    Drugstore Cowboy
    Shaolin Soccer or Kung Fu Hustle
    Up in Smoke
    RAD
    7 Samurai
    Sword of Doom
    The Wild Bunch
    Bottlerocket
    Rushmore

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    Quote Originally Posted by R.T.R.
    Fandango, The Big Lebowski, and thanks for reminding me PMK, On Any Sunday.

    Fandango was a GREAT movie.

    Also one of my favorites: "Dead Alive!" aka "Braindead" billed as the bloodiest movie ever. Peter Jackson's best work IMO. Okay, maybe not. hahahahhahahaha!!!

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0103873/

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    Boondock Saints!

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    BTW great list

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob the Wheelbuilder
    An American Werewolf in London
    Get Shorty
    Blood Simple
    This is Spinal Tap
    The Commitments
    Lair of the White Worm
    The Lost Boys
    Pee-Wee's Big Adventure
    Billy Elliott
    Time Bandits
    The Bear
    Tremors
    The Gods Must Be Crazy
    Innerspace
    Whale Rider
    New York Doll
    On Any Sunday
    I just saw "Pee Wee's Big Adventure" again a few months ago. Great stuff. "The Gods Must Be Crazy" and "Whale Rider" "Tremors" (quotes from Tremors: "No way these are local boys" and "Guess you broke into the wrong rec room azzhole!" "Time Bandits" all great stuff.
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    Good to see a New Zealand movie in there.....

    You fella's best get your arses down to these parts and get some riding in down under.... it will enrich you as beings....

    Another fav of mine is "The Big Blue"
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    How about Cheach and Chong? Pretty simple pot head kinda humor.

    And another one I remember from the 80's...Time Bandits.

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    Streets of Fire starring Michael Pare' and Diane Lane with Amy Madigan, Rick Moranis and Stoney Jackson. Also its' partner movie: The Warriors.

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    Nice! there's a few posted I'll have to check out. Looking through my collection, here my 'short' list (in no particular order);

    Dogtown and Z-Boys
    On Any Sunday
    The Endless Summer
    Big Wednesday
    Bullitt
    Sleeper
    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    Brazil
    Mad Max
    Le Mans
    Blade Runner
    Videodrome
    The Hustler
    Young Frankenstein
    A Clockwork Orange

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    Cult Movies huh?
    Not sure if these are cult movies but here goes -

    Bladerunner
    Dune
    The Sandlot
    American Grafitti
    Young Frankenstein
    Paddle to the sea
    The Red Baloon
    The Godfather (I&II)
    Caveman
    The Breakfast Club
    Kiss - The Phantom in the Park
    Dusk till Dawn
    Taps
    Young Guns
    Angela's Ashes
    The Flying Guillotine
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadbolt
    Nice! there's a few posted I'll have to check out. Looking through my collection, here my 'short' list (in no particular order);

    Dogtown and Z-Boys
    On Any Sunday
    The Endless Summer
    Big Wednesday
    Bullitt
    Sleeper
    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    Brazil
    Mad Max
    Le Mans
    Blade Runner
    Videodrome
    The Hustler
    Young Frankenstein
    A Clockwork Orange
    Bullitt...One of the best chase scenes ever.
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    Most of mine have been listed but, I havent seen

    Fast Times at Ridgemount High yet I figured I'd list it.

    Now dont tell me you didnt like Phebe Cates coming out of the pool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldHouseMan
    Bullitt...One of the best chase scenes ever.
    one OF?? ONE OF???? ok, theres always the original gone in 60 seconds i suppose. someone top that! and a fine cult flick too boot.
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    Just watched DEATH PROOF Quientin Tarrintino
    and PLANET TERROR

    DP is awesome sorta like a modern day Mad Max with a twist, ruddy brillant

    PT is a just mindless Zombie gore but Hilarious I loved it best horror movie Ive seen since Bad Taste..

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    Quote Originally Posted by cactuscorn
    one OF?? ONE OF???? ok, theres always the original gone in 60 seconds i suppose. someone top that! and a fine cult flick too boot.
    Nail on head. Bullitt and original Gone in 60 Seconds have the two best chase scenes evar.

    Ronin has a few good chases too, but still, not in the same category.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random Drivel

    Hard Boiled. Chow Yun Fat at his best.

    Any Spaghetti Western, But "High Plains Drifter" and "For a Few Dollars More" come to mind. Really, anything Clint has done.
    Hell yes.
    And I'd say Yojimbo too, but Akira Kurosawa isn't really a B-grade director, is he? How about the Lone Wolf and Cub series?
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    Some of the best

    1. Bad Lieutenant
    2. Meet the Feebles
    3. A Boy and His Dog
    4. Welcome to the Dollhouse
    5. Slums of Beverly Hills
    6 . Repo Man
    7. Ghost World
    8. Trees Lounge
    9. Fritz the Cat
    10. American Movie
    11. Man Bites Dog
    12. Straw Dogs
    13. Crumb
    14. Quick Change
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    Has any mentioned the Crow Brandon Lee

    Cut down like the Legend Bruce Lee

    Any Bruce Lee movie is legend!

    Also I was always a fan of Chick Norris men in Black, vs Kung Fu Master David Carradine awesome..

    Not a Movie but I loved the monkey series on TV back in the 80s anyone remmeber that
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    Without a doubt, The Phantom of Krankor vs.Prince of Space as presented by MST3000..



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    I think another two classy NZ movies should be added to the list

    Braindead
    Meet the Feebles

    You may have a few issues get hold of the full versions in the US though...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tassie Devil
    I think another two classy NZ movies should be added to the list

    Braindead
    Meet the Feebles

    You may have a few issues get hold of the full versions in the US though...



    Well said TD forget those ones they were brill

    yo

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    Quote Originally Posted by cactuscorn
    . i think i saw tidybeard at 4:10.
    Yep, got to love YouTube - gave me and my bud the chance to get the chinstrap, aviators and buffness look out there to the people. Mark my words, this summer everyone will be doing it

    Can I add House Party with Kid n Play to the list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidybeard
    Yep, got to love YouTube - gave me and my bud the chance to get the chinstrap, aviators and buffness look out there to the people. Mark my words, this summer everyone will be doing it

    Can I add House Party with Kid n Play to the list?
    You tube rox


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    "Caaaaaaaaaaaan youuuuuuuuu dig iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit?"

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    Full Metal Jacket - The best first half of a movie EVER!!!! After Gunnie gets it you might as well shut it off. Well accept for the "Me love you long time" part for sure.

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    1) Office Space

    2) Summer of '42
    3) Gone in 60 seconds
    4) Good, Bad and the Ugly
    5) High Planes Drifter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidybeard
    Can I add House Party with Kid n Play to the list?
    no, you may not. terrible movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Bottoms
    "Caaaaaaaaaaaan youuuuuuuuu dig iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit?"
    yes i can. back in the 7th grade, my buddy matt use to walk around sayin, "warriors... come out and plaaaaaa-yaaaaaaaay!" all the friggin time. i never dug it till i saw it.
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    Just watched "In Cold Blood" over the weekend. Pretty good...kinda ahead of it's time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cactuscorn
    no, you may not. terrible movie.
    Well it is your thread I guess. How about this?

    "Drop that Zero and get with the Hero"...they don't write lines like that any more. This was my look in the 80s before I went Buff.
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    I just rented this DVD again

    "Before Sunset". Ethan Hawke and the lovely Julie Delpy. I saw "Before Sunrise", wherein they met years before, when it first came out and now can't find it anywhere. This movie is the same two characters, in wonderful Paris locations, re-uniting years later. I love this movie.
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    What about "Rumble Fish" with Mickey Rourke. Not mountain bikes, but bike related. It's the first & only time i ever saw a guy get shot with a motorcycle in a movie.

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    I thought of a couple more

    Frankenweenie
    Local Hero
    {Principal Skinner} Hmm. Whoever did this is in very deep trouble.
    {Martin} And a sloppy speller too. The preferred spelling of 'wiener' is w - i - e - n - e - r, although 'e - i' is an acceptable ethnic variant.

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