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Old 02-14-2008, 09:07 PM   #62
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Well there you go! OOoo! For Valentine's day a film with music by Teddy Pendergrast and starring Keith Carradine, Genevieve Beujold, Rae Dawn Chong, Lesley Ann Warren: Choose Me. Sexy, funny, lovingly filmed and scored. Gonna make you remember how cool smoking is.
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It just dawned on me that Herbert Lom, who acted in The Ladykillers with Peter Sellers, was also Chief Inspector Charles Dreyfus with Sellers in the Pink Panther movies. Hunh. England really does only have 9 actors. They're good ones though...

No one has mentioned Blazing Saddles?
Any and all Mel Brooks.
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How about "Paint Your Wagon"? Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood sing (!) in a western musical comedy based on a plot of polygamy, wife sharing, and gold prospecting. It's a hoot!
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How about "Paint Your Wagon"? Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood sing (!) in a western musical comedy based on a plot of polygamy, wife sharing, and gold prospecting. It's a hoot!
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How about "Paint Your Wagon"? Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood sing (!) in a western musical comedy based on a plot of polygamy, wife sharing, and gold prospecting. It's a hoot!
That's one of the worst, if not the worst, Clint Eastwood movie.
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That's one of the worst, if not the worst, Clint Eastwood movie.
How can you say that about a movie with lines like this:

Horton: [in a gambling hall/whorehouse] Pardon me, sir, could you lend me ten dollars?
Pardner: Why don't you go home and go to bed?
Horton: I was thinking of doing it the other way around.
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For me, a favorite is a Japanese movie called Tampopo. It's all about food, sex, gangsters, life, death, and it's funny too!
This same actress is in another terrific Japanese movie named "A Taxing Woman"

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