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Old 02-13-2014, 22:33   #21
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I own most of these movies.

Leftovers from our video store.

Let me add

Streets of Fire
Tank Girl
Ice Pirates
Mama Mia
Transylvania 6-5000
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Old 02-13-2014, 22:33   #22
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I like cheese.

FWIW, I think the idea of people having to put in some service to the nation to attain full citizenship rights isn't a bad idea.
Did you notice it was implied that the humans were the invaders? Like how the asteroid attack couldn't have possibly come from the other end of the galaxy. It was either done deliberately by the humans to start the invasion, or they took advantage of a natural disaster.
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Old 02-13-2014, 22:34   #23
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Point Break!

The chick in that was kinda cute - THEN, not now - skydivingdead president bank robbers.
Dude, that's not a bad movie. The Lawnmower Man was a bad movie Re-Animators was a bad movie. Point Break is a decent flick.
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Old 02-13-2014, 22:35   #24
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Did you notice it was implied that the humans were the invaders? Like how the asteroid attack couldn't have possibly come from the other end of the galaxy. It was either done deliberately by the humans to start the invasion, or they took advantage of a natural disaster.
Did you ever read the book? Heinlein was an an usual, but very creative writer.
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Old 02-13-2014, 22:36   #25
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Did you ever read the book? Heinlein was an an usual, but very creative writer.
No, but I heard that Paul Verhoeven hated it, and basically changed the whole tone and meaning between the movie and the book.
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Old 02-13-2014, 22:41   #27
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Pretty much. It was still a good flick though, IMO. I used to own one of the models of the Roger Young starship used to film the movie. It sat on my desk for years. I eventually sold it to some guy in England for some pretty tall dollars. I guess the movie has a following over there as well.
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Aspen Extreme ...every time I watch, I'm rooting that Dexter will out-ski the avalanche this time
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Old 02-13-2014, 22:58   #29
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sadly I know and love many of the films mentioned here. And Kevin, I can hear the rhythm from that movie in my head.

And Eric, I watched dead heat many a moon ago on HBO. "If I come back as sports equipment I want to be a ladies bicycle seat"

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Old 02-13-2014, 23:08   #30
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sadly I know and love many of the films mentioned here. And Kevin, I can hear the rhythm from that movie in my head.

And Eric, I watched dead heat many a moon ago on HBO. "If I come back as sports equipment I want to be a ladies bicycle seat"
I always liked Joe Piscopo. I think my favorite movie with him was Johnny Dangerously. "My mother hung me on a hook on the back of a door once. Once!"
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Feds. Cheesy movie but I always enjoy watching it.
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Old 02-13-2014, 23:21   #32
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Can't believe nobody mentioned the godfather!
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I always liked Joe Piscopo. I think my favorite movie with him was Johnny Dangerously. "My mother hung me on a hook on the back of a door once. Once!"
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Return of the Jedi.

Terrible. Han Solo, my childhood hero, fighting alongside teddy bears.

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OK, here's one that might be a bit obscure. "This Island Earth" (Mystery Science Theater). Really awful cheesy movie but with MST it's so stupid that it's a classic.
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Can't believe nobody mentioned the godfather!
I don't think you are in touch with the spirit of this thread. The Godfather won three Oscars. What we are talking about are really sucky movies. Movies that were badly-written, badly-acted, badly-funded, badly-scored and badly-received. You know, bad movies. Like The Last Dragon. The bad guy is called the Shogun of Harlem and the good guy is called Bruce Leroy. It's a bad movie. Ludicrously bad, but somehow still very entertaining. Movies like that.
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sadly I know and love many of the films mentioned here. And Kevin, I can hear the rhythm from that movie in my head.

Ba na na wayyyy...ba na na wayyy..ba na na. Oh ey...oh eyy
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