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Disney's Song of the South. Doozie.

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A "gem" I remember well from my childhood.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2013 3:27 pm 
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Disney's Song of the South. Doozie.



You no like the Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah... :mrgreen: ...my evil brother loved this movie as a child went and saw it several times in the early 70's when it ran at the theaters... :smoke:


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Disney's Song of the South. Doozie.



You no like the Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah... :mrgreen: ...my evil brother loved this movie as a child went and saw it several times in the early 70's when it ran at the theaters... :smoke:

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Shovin' cotton up a bullfrog's bottom,
With a straw, with a straw, with a straw, ...Dixieland.

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just plain doug wrote:
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Disney's Song of the South. Doozie.



You no like the Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah... :mrgreen: ...my evil brother loved this movie as a child went and saw it several times in the early 70's when it ran at the theaters... :smoke:

I wish I was in the land of Dixie,
Shovin' cotton up a bullfrog's bottom,
With a straw, with a straw, with a straw, ...Dixieland.

Now your just grasping at straws! (Insert DB post here)

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Taking of Pelham 123. At least I saw some 10 minutes of it in total: enough to convince that John Travolta shouldn't play bad guys.

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Taking of Pelham 123. At least I saw some 10 minutes of it in total: enough to convince that John Travolta shouldn't play bad guys.

There is a good version of that. I think it has Robert Shaw in it and was made in the '60's. No Travolta. Travolta's played some really good bad guys though. Like in Pulp Fiction.

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World War Z. I really wanted to like it. Haven't given it a thought since I saw it; that's a bad sign…

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World War Z. I really wanted to like it. Haven't given it a thought since I saw it; that's a bad sign…


My God Nooms, Mrs. Jar and I watched it last night and we both thought it was awful...I told her I wanted those two hours of my life back.

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KAPT.KIIRK wrote:
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Taking of Pelham 123. At least I saw some 10 minutes of it in total: enough to convince that John Travolta shouldn't play bad guys.

There is a good version of that. I think it has Robert Shaw in it and was made in the '60's. No Travolta. Travolta's played some really good bad guys though. Like in Pulp Fiction.


Yes KAPT., Robert Shaw and Walter Matthau, 1974. Check it out Bonnie. Makes you wonder why they would ever do a remake.

And yes, Travolta is excellent in Pulp Fiction.

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Sleeping-In-A-Jar, thanks for the suggestion, but would you please take this suggestion:
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Sleeping-In-A-Jar, thanks for the suggestion, but would you please take this suggestion:


I always get that wrong.

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In that case, you don't have to try, I respond as well to my user name and that one's much less typing. :D

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I'm almost through watching Roger Corman's Cult Classics: Lethal Ladies Vol. 1 & 2. Some may call these movies crappy, but I refer to them as entertainment.


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Ronny's Noomies wrote:
World War Z. I really wanted to like it. Haven't given it a thought since I saw it; that's a bad sign…


My God Nooms, Mrs. Jar and I watched it last night and we both thought it was awful...I told her I wanted those two hours of my life back.

No shit!

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Note to self...World War Z sucks! Don't waste your time.

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Silly question perhaps, but why do you keep on watching a film for 2 hours if you know it's bad?

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"Road To Bali" with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. It was quite pythonesque at times, but still a load of old bollocks.

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The Scene - Peter Griffin in bed, watching tv.

Announcement: And now back to Showgirls...
Peter: YEAH!!
Announcement: on TBS.
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Silly question perhaps, but why do you keep on watching a film for 2 hours if you know it's bad?

I'll leave if it's terrible. But, I always hope for the best... Some redeeming quality.... Some plot twist. Sometimes you don't know how bad something is until a couple of days have passed and someone asks you about it. You think a minute, just realizing it stunk and you have nothing to say about it.

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The Blob II.

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It wasn't half bad.

I especially liked the explosives that detonate upon contact with semen.
(that, and torturing the naked woman by having a leper feel her up!!)

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Cocktail, w/Tom Cruise.

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It wasn't half bad.

I especially liked the explosives that detonate upon contact with semen.
(that, and torturing the naked woman by having a leper feel her up!!)

Would a leper losing a finger inside her have helped picked up the pace a bit, ya think? ( barf out!)

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