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Ducky and Spike were really awesome, but I was always more of a Petrie guy myself. Something about him was just oh so funny.
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Petrie: "I flied?"
Ducky: "No...you falled."

And then when he's singing to himself as they walk across the bubbling muck or whatever. Very Happy
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Great moment Mara Smile
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I'm sure you already know this, but here's a bit of info: George Lucas and Steven Spielberg produced the first (which is of course what made it so great Smile, but then sold it for the rest of the series. Perhaps that's why they began to go downhill following. But I'll always be a fan of the first! The credits song is really great, too. I only just recently realized it was Diana Ross that sang it. Smile
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Yeah, i remember wondering why they stopped being amazing after the first one when I was a kid, and as I got older I found out it was because Lucas and Speilberg only did the first one. I like to think that there is only the first one, as the only worthwhile sequal was the second movie and even that wasn't very good.
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My all time favorite comedies...

1. The Great Race (with Jack Lemon)
2. Dr. Strangelove
3. Cheech & Chong's Up in Smoke
4. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
5. Cheech & Chong's Still Smokin

Lots and lots of laughs Laughing
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I am a big John Carpenter fan:
Big Trouble in Little China
They Live
Escape from New York
Halloween (still scares me)

Also comic books
spiderman
batman begins
dark knight
Superman 1 & 2
X - men 1 & 2
Iron Man
Hulk

Star Wars

Guilty Pleasures (Rom Com!)
Some Kind of Wonderful
One Fine Day (groan)

Thats all I can admit to now Smile


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My all time favorite comedies...

1. The Great Race (with Jack Lemon)
2. Dr. Strangelove
3. Cheech & Chong's Up in Smoke
4. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
5. Cheech & Chong's Still Smokin


Tell me have seen Super Troopers?


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Yep, I've seen it.
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comanderbly wrote:
I am a big John Carpenter fan:
Big Trouble in Little China
They Live
Escape from New York


Nice! *High Five*
John Carpetner is cool. I even liked Escape From L.A. Cool

In addition to Carpenter's 80's action flicks, I enjoy the Clint Eastwood spaghetti westerns (The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, Fist Full Of Dollars, For A Few Dollars More),

Other favorites-

The Godfather and The Godfather, Pt. II
Full Metal Jacket
Excalibur
True Romance
The Last Starfighter
Starship Troopers


And I guess it's a given that I'm a fan of the Star Wars films (esp. Empire) Smile
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Hey, you like The Last Starfighter? That used to be one of my Dad's favorite movies, and he got me liking it I saw it so many times. I saw it before Star Wars, though, and I remember thinking Star Wars stole the ending, the way the bad guy got away in both. Smile
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It's been so many years since I've seen the Last Star Fighter, I forgotten most of it. I need to rent that movie some weekend...

And Full Metal Jacket, probably my favorite movie for quotes. R. Lee Ermey was outstanding in that movie. "Private Pyle, why is there a jelly donut in your footlocker?"
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Movies: 1. Mr. and Mrs. Smith
2. Star Wars-all excpet Episode I
3. Wanted
4. James Bond:the world is not enough, and all the Daniel Craig ones
5. Princess Diaries
6. Dreamgirls
7. The Bournes
8. Adventures in Babysitting
9. Transformers-THE FIRST ONE
10. Tomb Raider 1 and 2: they kind of sucked, but I am the biggest Jolie fan ever.

TV Shows: Sarah Conner Chronicles: Canceled
Miss Guided: Canceled
Karen Sisco: Canceled
That's So Raven: Canceled
American Idol
The Food Network
Seinfeld
Dog the Bounty Hunter
Criss Angel Mindfreak
Kathy Griffin: My Life onthe D-list
Thats it cuz i dont watch TV that much.
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4. James Bond:the world is not enough, and all the Daniel Craig ones


I hated the Daniel Craig ones. No offense to those who like him, but these movies aren't Bond. They're not even well scripted. Yes, they're closer to the book Bond, but that franchise has become legendary in so many other ways and most people don't even know there are books so yeah...
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Besides the Star Wars movies, I like (In no particular order):

-The Passion of the Christ
-The Spider-Man Trilogy
-Superman and Superman II (Everything after that was just low-grade)
-Terminator (Except for III, and I wanna see Salvation)
-The Matrix Trilogy
-Iron Man
-Transformers
-Fantastic 4
-Star Trek (Only the ones with Kirk)
-Back to the Future
-TRON
-Dark Starr (Old movie, but very interesting)
-Fantastic 4 (The first one was awesome, the second one not so much, but it was okay)
-Toy Story and Toy Story 2
-A Bug's Life
-Monsters Inc.
-The Incredibles
-Cars
-Wall-E
-Bolt
-The Shrek Trilogy (Only saw 1 and 2, but my sister saw 3)
-The Day the Earth Stood Still (Old one, the new one was basically global warming propoganda)

TV Shows:

-Star Trek: The Original Series
-Star Trek: Enterprise (The only spin-off series I could get into)
-Looney Tunes
-Tom & Jerry
-Popeye (Only seen a few, but it was hilarious)
-The Flinstones
-Star Wars: Clone Wars (Original cartoon in 2003-2005)
-Three Stooges
-Storm Stories
-It Could Happen Tomorrow
-Full Force Nature
-When Weather Changed History (Yes, I watch the Weather Channel when I watch TV at all)
-The Universe


Well, that's pretty much all I know at the top of my head, I'll update if I think of any more.
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