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Classics....

There are a ton that must be watched everytime they are on the boob tube....I was in High School during the late 70's/early 80's, so Dazed and Confused is one that I love. That movie is very true to life! The setting was just slightly before my time, but still...I can relate whole heartedly!!

Chic Flicks....has to be The Notebook....is there such a thing as love like that? LOL Other fine classics that must be watched:

All the Vacation Movies
Anything Rodney Dangerfield (Easy Money, Caddy Shack, Back to School)
Anything MOB...must be the italian in me (The Godfather, Goodfellas, Mobsters)
Animal House

Where's my TV guide??? :P

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Blues Brothers

Blues Brothers was a great movie. (the first one)

a wonderful collection of soul/blues greats with plenty of car chases.

"The highway is for gamblers, you'd better use your sense. Take what you have gathered from coincidence"

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i thought it was pretty

i thought it was pretty funny with beldar singing tainted love...hollywood has a horrible habit of ruining decent SNL skits, night at the roxybury, PAT, coneheads,blue brothers,...christ if belushi were still alive they probably would've pitched a samuri something movie or the greek restaurant...i thought that coneheads came out when no one would remember who the coneheads were...though lauraine newman sometimes wore a skull and roses T-shirt, lets not forget that...

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Coneheads

an example of fucking Hollywoodland botching up a good schtick.
take a perfectly good comedy idea and try to turn it into a 90 minute movie...

I should have left already, but shit got delayed. pretty soon. everything I do is 'pleasure' ( -;

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Great Story

That's a great story CC Joe! I love the surreal undertone of how close we are yet how far away, at the same time. Hmmmmm, in fact it reminds me of the song, "Slip Sliding Away". The Central Park show was incredible, I agree!
The movie my fiend refers to is "Coneheads". Don't mind Golden Road, he just gets carried away with all this cloak and dagger stuff. He misses the danger and thrills of life, I suspect. Can't ever be sure with that guy. I myself would just like to move the whole human race ahead a few steps......or a step........or a half step.

Peace Brother and have a good and safe trip. When do you leave? Is this a business or pleasure trip or both?

The Dude Abides!

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Koda-fucking-Chrome

never would have remembered that, until I heard it again; was it really only in Central Park he said 'better?'

now I have a project to check that out.

anyways,
great fucking concert in Central Park, I love the Brazillian/African percussion stuff.

Paul Simon's dad was a professor at NYU? or some city college back in the 60's. A guy I know had him as a teacher, anyway, one day this guy I know and Prof. Simon are on the street, and Prof. Simon says, my son is coming to meet me. Up walks Paul Simon, the guy I know had no idea it was 'THE' Paul Simon, (wasn't into his music I guess and this was early in his career, anyways he didn't recognize him) so this guy I know, says to Paul Simon, 'so, what do you do?' Paul was quite gracious, responding with something like, 'well, aside from my music, I also like to...' (I forgot what else he said) at that moment, the guy I know, realized it was THE Paul Simon.

as for the movie??

I have no idea, dude. will you abide me? or do I have to wait for GRTUD to abide me?

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Kodachrome?

I thought he said everything looks WORSE in black & white.....until 1991 and the Central Park Concert, that is....
Speaking of this song, name the movie that Kodachrome was part of a sound track which also had a Red Hot Chilli Peppers song written just for this movie, called "Soul to Squeeze" which is not available on any RHCP album? Better get it before GRTUD logs back on! He's a nut for this movie, too.

"All energy flows according to the whims of the Great Magnet. What a fool I was to defy him."

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Mudd's Women

what is that Paul Simon lyric about memories being better than the reality was??

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Star Trek

the really cool thing about Trek, was, at a time of political turmoil, gender equality issues, and racial trouble in the states, as well as the cold war, there was a black, female officer and a Russian officer... of course the Trek women were wearing mini-dresses, so some hardcore feminists may have had issues with that...

the only losers in Trek were the Crewman Expendables... Kirk, Spock, Dr. McCoy and Yoman Johnson beam down to planet X. Who do you think is going to get eaten by the mysterious alien?? poor old Crewman Expendable.

great scripts, great lines abound.

How many times did Kirk get laid??

even Spock got laid. talk about equal rights for all 'beings'

then again, others have their own ideas:

http://allyourtrekarebelongto.us/gayks.htm

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There Goes GRTUD....

"There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. A high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die." I do remember you, now. We did have some great times! "There was madness in any direction, at any hour. You could strike sparks anywhere. There was a fantastic universal sense that whatever we were doing was right, that we were winning. And that, I think, was the handle - -that sense of inevitable victory over the forces of Old and Evil. Not in any mean or military sense; we didn't need that. Our energy would simply prevail. We had all the momentum; we were riding the crest of a high and beautiful wave. So now, less than five years later, you can go up on a steep hill in 'Hillcrest Heights' and with the right kind of eyes you can almost see the high-water mark - that place where the wave finally broke and rolled back." I can remember....I do remember!

What does it mean now?

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