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IluvRogi, i also recommend Minority Report! it was really exciting all the way through!

what are your favorite 80's/early 90's movies? i LOVE the Breakfast Club! no seriously, i worship this movie!lol! i also REALLY like Don't Tell Mom, the Babysitter's Dead!

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Off the top of my head...

Footloose. But mostly for that dance scene.

All John Cusack movies, like Better Off Dead, The Sure Thing and Say Anything.

Ferris' Beuller's Day Off

I also loved the first Back to the Future and most of the sci-fi or horror movies you can think of.

What's so funny 'bout peace, love and understanding?
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Off the top of my head...

Footloose. But mostly for that dance scene.

All John Cusack movies, like Better Off Dead, The Sure Thing and Say Anything.

Ferris' Beuller's Day Off

I also loved the first Back to the Future and most of the sci-fi or horror movies you can think of.
oh, how could i ever forget Ferris Beuller?! that movie is a classic!

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I know. I don't think I've ever laughed so hard.

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I watched some A walk in the park movie on Family Channel only because Jane Krakowski was in it and she's hot.
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She is hot and so is her husband.

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Who is she married to? It should be me.
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MIB2 sucked. I was expecting something at least half as cool as the first. It was a lot less than that.
I bought LOTR DVD too. Watched it many times as well. Good movie
The sweetest thing was the youckiest thing some parts were funny though. But the whole movie could be cut to that piecing part. The rest was *yawn*

Memento kicks ass. Nolan´s new movie is on right now. Ill go see it this week I guess.

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i loved the sweetest thing too marri... great movie

we rented blackhawk down a few days ago and i shut it off after 20 min.

after watching the 50th person get shot and still waiting for the plot.. i was like yeah ok

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Speaking of old films, nothing beats Stand by Me.

It's everything the young teen every wanted to do.
And it is funny seeing actors like River Phoenix, Cory Feldman and John Cusack a little younger.
btw, John played Denny, the kids brother that died.

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Bradley Whitford, Josh from The West Wing.
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Omg, I forgot about Stand by Me (and plenty of others I'm sure). I loved that movie. I think I saw it 5 times or more, but I wouldn't mind seeing it again. I should try and find a copy.

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oh i love Ghost ! it's on EVERY Thanksgiving and i HAVE too watch it! Whoopi is hilarious!

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Last movie I watched was:

Bend it like Beckham

Absolutely hilarious and fun! I was entertained all throughout the movie and I definitely recommend it!

4/5 stars
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No, I was talking about Jane Krakowski who used to be on Ally McBeal, not the Jane Kwhatever from Malcolm. Jane Krakowski is HOT!!!!
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