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  1. #3281
    I just watched the trailer for Little Fockers.....but didn't see a clip of Dustin Hoffman at all....I hope he's in it!
    You'll be sorry, Pee-Wee Herman!

  2. #3282
    Quote Originally Posted by DarthQuack View Post
    I just watched the trailer for Little Fockers.....but didn't see a clip of Dustin Hoffman at all....I hope he's in it!
    Someone's gonna be disappointed...
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  3. #3283
    Is Little Fockers about the WWI German fighter planes?

    Then I won't be disappointed.

    Dustin Hoffman is my cousin - seriously. Though I've had no contact with him. I knew his parents. They are my Grandpa's cousins.

    I just watched The Hunt For Red October. It is one of the Top 3 all-time best submarine movies (with U-571 and Crimson Tide) and one of the best Tom Clancy book-based-movies.
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  4. #3284
    Quote Originally Posted by Tycho View Post
    Is Little Fockers about the WWI German fighter planes?
    Actually, Little Fockers is dwarf porn.


    Oh wait..."Fockers." With an "O."
    Nevermind.
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  6. #3286
    I watched Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace.

    Vesper Lyn
    Camille
    Strawberry Fields

    And James Bond had a bad itch.

    I also started to wonder if "M" is actually his biological mother and even Bond doesn't know that.

    He gets away with murder - quite literally.

    Anyway, I like the Daniel Craig movies. I just bought absolutely ALL of the Bond films and later I can tell you which I liked best. But Daniel Craig is great in the role though I may have a preference for the Rodger Moore movies.

    There's 2 references to AOTC in Quantum of Solace, btw: Caserta Palace balcony (site of Anakin and Padme's first kiss by the lake on Naboo) and the music used when Anakin bids Padme farewell on Tatooine right before he takes off on Owen's speederbike to search for his mother.
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  7. #3287
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. JabbaJohnL View Post
    A few days ago I saw Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. It was fun and well done, but I'd heard so much about it that maybe it didn't quite live up to the hype. Thoroughly enjoyable, though.
    And that ending! How are we ever supposed to know whether or not they beat the Bolivian Army?
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  8. #3288
    I watched Dr. No.

    This is the first James Bond movie and Sean Connery is the first to play the role.

    Along with Honey Ryder

    The Chinese attempt to thrawrt the American space program with help from Dr. No and S.P.E.C.T.R.E.
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  9. #3289
    I just saw Steven Spielberg's 2005 War of the Worlds. It was great! There was a lot of fantastic suspense and creepiness throughout. It's a shame Tom Cruise was actin' all nutty when this was being released, as I feel that undercut this film a little bit - but he did a great performance in it. Several of the designers and effects people worked on Star Wars as well, so it was really good in that regard as well.

  10. #3290
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. JabbaJohnL View Post
    I just saw Steven Spielberg's 2005 War of the Worlds. It was great! There was a lot of fantastic suspense and creepiness throughout. It's a shame Tom Cruise was actin' all nutty when this was being released, as I feel that undercut this film a little bit - but he did a great performance in it. Several of the designers and effects people worked on Star Wars as well, so it was really good in that regard as well.
    Been meaning to rewatch this lately.
    I remember liking it but being annoyed by the overly Spielbergian subplot with the son.
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