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Post Neon Knight on Sat 16 Mar - 3:03

Where ya goin' Star?





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Post Sary on Fri 7 Jun - 0:29

Gene Wilder and Robin Williams are two of my favorite actors. They are both able to play a wide range of characters and are both expert at comedy.
I like them in funny movies the best.
Wilder plays the straight man well, dead pan funny and Robin, he was so diverse in his acting as well as stand up. I don’t know why I find it so funny when men dress in drag  LOL 1



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Post Neon Knight on Wed 12 Jun - 23:03

I think most people will know at least one Gene Wilder film.



I know Robin Williams best for DPS:





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“It’s just a flesh wound “ LOL 1
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Post Neon Knight on Thu 18 Jul - 0:56

^ Eric Idle from the Python team was the cyclist there. Two scenes from the Buffy The Vampire Slayer TV series which was good for a few reasons but especially the dialogue:






Ted turned out to be a robot!




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Post Sary on Fri 19 Jul - 0:14

^ yes, Eric Idle and a nod to The Black Knight.

I like watching Sarah Michelle as Buffy, she is a fearless female and really knows how to kick some Vampire butt!

I enjoyed the film Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. I thought it was a unique the way it combined American history with Vampire lore.
Almost as good as the Vampire/robot combo Wink 1
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^ Don't play with axes at home, children! I haven't seen that. I'd probably like it.




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Roger Moore as James Bond:








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Since we've extended the Halloween spirit a bit, you must watch this (preferably at night):





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Post Sary on Sun 17 Nov - 0:13

^ I really like the combination of mild horror with religious undertones, especially Catholicism. Nuns can be very creepy!
This clip has just the right amount of suspense and spookiness for me.  Haha...why do the characters in scary movies always go into places that they clearly sense are dangerous Shocked
Two classics from the great Stephen King.
I have always enjoyed reading King's novels, as well as the movies adapted from his books.  He is a modern master of the horror genre!








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Post Neon Knight on Mon 18 Nov - 0:57

The cover illustrations of some Stephen King books and similar novels were enough to put me off reading them.




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Post Sary on Sun 24 Nov - 22:42

Do you think that some book cover illustrations are too gory?  I am trying to think of which one turned you off Scratching
King mostly writes in the genre of horror, so I guess that the art work is appropriate and reflective of the content.
My favorite Stephen King book is The Stand.  
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I remember lugging that book around for weeks....it is a long one!  I thought that the movie was very good as well, almost as enjoyable as reading the book.




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Post Neon Knight on Sun 24 Nov - 23:37

This cover in particular: http://www.hodderscape.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Carrie-1981.png

It's not a book I was going to pick up to take to the counter in the shop and buy.




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Post Sary on Tue 3 Dec - 16:08

^ok, I can see what you mean. The book cover illustration with all of the blood is a bit unsettling, especially on a young pretty girl.  Sissy Spacek is very good Actress though, I believe Carrie was her breakthrough film.  I enjoyed watching her as Loretta Lynn in Coal Miner’s daughter, for which she won Best Actress.

Another movie clip featuring kookie Jack Nicholson, this one from Terms of Endearment. I love this movie, it is filled with so many emotions, sad and funny at the same time. Shirley MacLaine won a well deserved Best Actress award for her role as the widow Arora Greenway.




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Jack Nicholson and Shirley MacLaine are true stars. I know her most for the film she did with Clint Eastwood, Two Mules for Sister Sarah:





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