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greatbeyond
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The Great Muppet Caper

found it on DVD at a used book store.
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Pantheon4
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greatbeyond wrote:
The Great Muppet Caper

found it on DVD at a used book store.


How can one beat Charles Charles Grodin?

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johnip
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The Dark Knight. Man it was good. First movie I've seen in the theater in a year and it was worth it.
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Planes Trains and Automobiles
Batman (89)
parts of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Blow Up

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About 5 seconds of The Dark Knight. Then I ran out of the room, covering my ears yelling "LA LA LA LA LA LA LA!". Laughing
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patrock wrote:
About 5 seconds of The Dark Knight. Then I ran out of the room, covering my ears yelling "LA LA LA LA LA LA LA!". Laughing


haha. Get to the theater fast!

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johnip wrote:
patrock wrote:
About 5 seconds of The Dark Knight. Then I ran out of the room, covering my ears yelling "LA LA LA LA LA LA LA!". Laughing

haha. Get to the theater fast!

I'm going later today (Monday).
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golly_sandra
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The Dark Knight.
Heath Ledger's performance was awesome. I loved the hospital scene lol

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The Dark Night.
Yes, yes, yes, it was amazing.
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golly_sandra wrote:
The Dark Knight.
Heath Ledger's performance was awesome. I loved the hospital scene lol


for me this and the pencil, and heath's joker performance in general, were the only interesting things in the movie.

bale's batman voice = Rolling Eyes

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bigideas wrote:
golly_sandra wrote:
The Dark Knight.
Heath Ledger's performance was awesome. I loved the hospital scene lol


for me this and the pencil, and heath's joker performance in general, were the only interesting things in the movie.

bale's batman voice = Rolling Eyes


Yes the pencil was great. And yeah batman's voice I thought was a bit over the top. He didn't talk like that in Batman Begins did he?

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my blueberry nights
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Dogma- Enough said!
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DRMS_7888
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bigideas wrote:


bale's batman voice = Rolling Eyes


It was so awful in Batman Begins (that was the name of that last film right?)

So unbelievably tacky and not like batman at all.

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owlswithknees wrote:
Dogma- Enough said!


Funny!

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