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    The Revenant. A different take on the zombie/ undead genre. Thoroughly enjoyable and hilariously so.
    GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.

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    On the must watch at least twice a year list, Kung Pow ,Big Trouble in Little China and Strange Brew. Sometimes all in a row. There is usually alot of booze involved though.

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    I think this is a classic, and you can watch the whole thing on youtube:

    Basically, it's a claymation movie where Mark Twain is the captain of a flying steamboat on a quest to catch Haley's Comet, accompanied by Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer, with diversions into Twain's stories and such.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tzadqiel View Post
    On the must watch at least twice a year list, Kung Pow ,Big Trouble in Little China and Strange Brew. Sometimes all in a row. There is usually alot of booze involved though.
    I had a lot of fun watching Big Trouble in Little China. And, of course, Kung Fu Hustle is a real hoot, especially for those of us who've been watching HK kung fu flicks since the 1960s.

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    Zulu. The movie that made me want to die singing "Men of Harlech."


    The Boondock Saints. The movie that made me want to convert to Catholicism.

    McClintock. The Duke romances his estranged wife by beating her with a shovel. Also there's a huge fight on a mud slide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    I think this is a classic, and you can watch the whole thing on youtube:

    Basically, it's a claymation movie where Mark Twain is the captain of a flying steamboat on a quest to catch Haley's Comet, accompanied by Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer, with diversions into Twain's stories and such.
    I love Mark Twain, esp. things like "1601" and "Letters from the Earth." If only this weren't claymation -- the style just doesn't grab me.

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    You are up at all sorts of ungodly hours, MBL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruiser View Post
    You are up at all sorts of ungodly hours, MBL
    Would those be Atheist hours then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince Tortelli View Post
    Zulu. The movie that made me want to die singing "Men of Harlech."


    The Boondock Saints. The movie that made me want to convert to Catholicism.

    McClintock. The Duke romances his estranged wife by beating her with a shovel. Also there's a huge fight on a mud slide.
    Now there's a worldly man of taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MovableBookLady View Post
    I love Mark Twain, esp. things like "1601" and "Letters from the Earth." If only this weren't claymation -- the style just doesn't grab me.
    Heh, my dad and I read "Letters from Earth" when I was 12. It changed the way I looked at human relationships.

    Plus, "For wheresoever she was, there was my Eden" has got to be one of the most romantic things a man ever said to a woman. Sometimes when we're at parties, I'll say that about my wife when I know she's in earshot. Even after 20 years of being together, she still smiles.
    Shut the hell up and train.

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