Movie Word Association

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        FIGHT CLUB



    On Brad ... you must have never seen "A River Runs Through It"  ... I was pretty  young when I saw it, and it left a very lasting impression.   More than any other movie featuring Brad that I've ever seen.   
    ETA: It's a short story by Norman Maclean. 
     
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    [QUOTE]Day of Wine & Roses Nice to see some of you back! WillDeer, Nice to learn of new movies even though they were not as popular. I only know Guy Pearce from 'LA Confidential' which I loved. WTW, Lobster Man from Mars?  lol. Elekktra, I couldn't tell you anything about it now but I remember loving 'The Great Race' when I was young & seeing it several times.
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    AV - that was a seriously horrible movie - a spoof on B-movies. Tony Curtis played a character called J.P. Shelldrake
     
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    Moulin Rouge



    WTW, I had to google 'Trainspotting,' never heard of that one!

     
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    [QUOTE]Hmmm - I don't see the connection between Clueless and Fight Club So I'm going to go with "I Could Never Be Your Woman" (Both Stacy Dash & Paul Rudd from Clueless)
    Posted by WillDeerborn-of-Gilead[/QUOTE]
    Fight Club was for the previous post "Jane Austen Book Club" ... you have to be fast here ...  !!Smile
     
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    yogafriend, Thanks for the recommendation.  Not that I'm against dark movies if it's well done but I'd probably feel the same way as you. 

     
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    Meet Joe Black



    Elekktra, That must the common bond.

    mrmojo, I love John Cusack & never heard of that early movie of his. On my to-watch list. Smile
     
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    [QUOTE]  Moulin Rouge WTW, I had to google 'Trainspotting,' never heard of that one!
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    Hi AV - it's a pretty dark movie about heroin addiction in Edinburgh but a good film that was nominated for an academy award
     
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    hahaha ... and Must Love Dogs would have been my next choice, AV.  Love John Cusack!
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Movie Word Association : Fight Club was for the previous post "Jane Austen Book Club" ... you have to be fast here ...  !!
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    Ah yes - I get it. Going off "Club" plus the added bonus of referring back to earlier Brad Pitt posts
     
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    Deep Throat

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Movie Word Association : AV - that was a seriously horrible movie - a spoof on B-movies. Tony Curtis played a character called J.P. Shelldrake
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    Interesting - Jeff Sheldrake was the name of Fred MacMurray's character in The Apartment. I guess that's another tie in to The Great Race.
     
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    Toy Soldiers

     
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    City of Angels

     
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    Sin City

     
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    Love Story

     
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    The American President

     
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    Godzilla

    (one of my favorite Matthew Broderick movies)



    yogafriend, I've fallen asleep during movies but haven't walked out yet. I close my eyes also.

    WillDeerborn, If anyone is monopolizing this thread, it's me & definitely not you. Besides, I do not keep track on how many posts were posted by posters. 

    Say that 3 times fast!
     
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    Mrs. Doubtfire

    (Harvey Fierstein)



    Hi Willdeerborn!
     
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    Benji



    I remember Peter Breck from 'Big Valley' but not familiar with his movies.

    WTW, Sometimes the terrible movies are the most interesting to watch decades after they've been made.

    yogafriend, It's nice to take away something positive from an ex.  Looks like you have from your main ex.  I like that term.
     
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    "SUMMER SCHOOL"

     
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    THE NUTCRACKER


    Hello.
     
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    The Pacifier

    (I'm going to bring this back where my halo can safely shine)




    "untangle her tingle?" lol, I have to remember that one.

    WillDeerborn, Glad you found it!
     
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    Day of Wine & Roses



    Nice to see some of you back!

    WillDeer, Nice to learn of new movies even though they were not as popular. I only know Guy Pearce from 'LA Confidential' which I loved.

    WTW, Lobster Man from Mars?  lol.

    Elekktra, I couldn't tell you anything about it now but I remember loving 'The Great Race' when I was young & seeing it several times.
     
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    Sex and the Single Girl




    lol, good observation Elekktra.  This would be kind of in between the love & nuts.

    Hi NumbaFouwer
     
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    [QUOTE]XXX There's an interesting definition of what it means to walk out or not walk out of a movie.  http://www.deltafilms.net/Reviews/WalkingOut.html i'm going to make the assumption that this isn't the reason you walked out of Trainspotting
    Posted by WillDeerborn-of-Gilead[/QUOTE]
    Definitely not the reason, but from now on, I will keep an eye on the people who do walk out!  hahahah!

    I have *rarely* walked out of a movie ... I usually just shut my eyes if a scene bothers me!

    Dark is ok with me, too, AV, but you know what I mean when we all know our limits.  Not worth a nightmare!!   Wink
     

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