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    So I must be on a Die Hard kick (sue me) so I watched Die Hard With a Vengeance tonight. It's as good as I remember.

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    Is that the brother of Hans one? May be mookie's least favorite dh movie

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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    So I must be on a Die Hard kick (sue me) so I watched Die Hard With a Vengeance tonight. It's as good as I remember.
    Nothing wrong with a movie series kick. Heck, nothing wrong with just being in a mood to watch a certain movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    Nothing wrong with a movie series kick. Heck, nothing wrong with just being in a mood to watch a certain movie.
    I marathon all of my Mel Brooks DVDs at least once a year.

    I also have an annual tradition of watching Aspen Extreme around Thanksgiving, right before ski season starts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    I marathon all of my Mel Brooks DVDs at least once a year.

    I also have an annual tradition of watching Aspen Extreme around Thanksgiving, right before ski season starts.
    My NYE fallback plan is always Animal House/Blues Brothers, since that is what my family did growing up. USA network showed that EVERY NYE, and it was awesome (even if edited)
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    I can only take Mel brooks in small doses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    I can only take Mel brooks in small doses.
    You also don't like Airplane!, so we already know you're:

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    Actually.... I've never seen it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    Actually.... I've never seen it.
    You need to see it. It's a classic. Airplane II, well, it's great, but not the same. Many people vary on opinion on that sequel.
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    I just don't like movies of that era. I like 90s and beyond.

    Take Ten Things, a movie that will likely be looked down on by most kids under 30 and over 40. It's a great movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    I just don't like movies of that era. I like 90s and beyond.

    Take Ten Things, a movie that will likely be looked down on by most kids under 30 and over 40. It's a great movie.
    I can't say, since I've never seen it. I'm not open (in general) to older movies, but I force myself to watch them, and I've been pleasantly surprised.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    I marathon all of my Mel Brooks DVDs at least once a year.

    I also have an annual tradition of watching Aspen Extreme around Thanksgiving, right before ski season starts.
    Aspen Extreme...its like Top Gun on the slopes! (that is what the VHS box said)

    Personally I would rather watch Ski Patrol and Ski School but to each their own

    On and another note I watched the movie Lion tonight...great story but the movie draaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaagged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    I just don't like movies of that era. I like 90s and beyond.

    Take Ten Things, a movie that will likely be looked down on by most kids under 30 and over 40. It's a great movie.
    Ten Things is awesome!

    I like movies from all eras though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    Aspen Extreme...its like Top Gun on the slopes! (that is what the VHS box said)

    Personally I would rather watch Ski Patrol and Ski School but to each their own

    On and another note I watched the movie Lion tonight...great story but the movie draaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaagged.


    I get your point, but I like how all of the actors involved managed to play that sudsy crap straight. And, well, the two main characters were from Mt. Brighton, MI. So, it's a soft spot film for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    Aspen Extreme...its like Top Gun on the slopes! (that is what the VHS box said)

    Personally I would rather watch Ski Patrol and Ski School but to each their own

    On and another note I watched the movie Lion tonight...great story but the movie draaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaagged.
    It is time to remake Ski Patrol. I'll cut any b-tch who talks that movie down.
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    It is time to remake Ski Patrol. I'll cut any b-tch who talks that movie down.
    Ski School was better, though.
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    I just don't like movies of that era. I like 90s and beyond.

    Take Ten Things, a movie that will likely be looked down on by most kids under 30 and over 40. It's a great movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    Aspen Extreme...its like Top Gun on the slopes! (that is what the VHS box said)

    Personally I would rather watch Ski Patrol and Ski School but to each their own
    where oh where is 'hot dog the movie' in this group?!?!?!?
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    I guess we should also add Summer School to the list. Great bad movie.

    And Alotta Fagina from Austin Powers is in that movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    It is time to remake Ski Patrol. I'll cut any b-tch who talks that movie down.
    Wrong. Cause you can't have a young Yvette Nipar again. But Ski School was better. Can't remake that one either, cause the original is perfect as is.

    I have a soft spot for Aspen Extreme also. It's one of the few movies I own on DVD(mostly, I collect tv series). Probably mainly because I loved Due South and Paul Gross is in it. And Teri Polo with the curly hair. Yum.
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