“Where is Cookeville?”

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#85 Jan 14, 2013
Korny Kat wrote:
Hobo with a Shotgun
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ssHEAOrAdCUXX
Couldn't watch it. It hurt my eyes and brain.

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Cookeville

#86 Jan 14, 2013
arctic wrote:
<quoted text>
I had never heard of the tv show until it
was canceled. But after I saw that movie
I went back and watched as many of the series
as I could find.
Not bad. Shouldn't have been canceled.
I found out how popular it was after this years
Comicon (sp?). They have a Huge following. Kids
(and adults) who call themselves "Brown coats"
after the show. Very cute:)
I had no idea that that was a movie to start with. Now I want to see both the movie, and the t.v. show, just to see if I mis-judged. I had the entirely wrong idea.

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Cookeville

#87 Jan 14, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
Three under-rated films (from real-life stuff)
The Right Stuff
October Sky
Matewan
Oh, yeah. Matewan. Sid Hatfield. He was real. All of that stuff actually happened. Yeah, I'm with you there. Uglier than hell in real life, but nobody to f-with. Yeah, good call. I like "the Right Stuff," too, but "October Sky" I can't watch again. Fer anybody that's interested, for under-rated movies I would honestly reccoment X-Men First Class (don't know why,) "The Hindennburgh," and "The Madness of King George." Lot of historical accuracy in two of those, and maybe all three, if you are a nerd. Good flicks all-around, though.

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Cookeville

#88 Jan 14, 2013
Always Wary wrote:
Cherry 2000
I still use lines form the movie that make my husband laugh.
That movie is kinda funny, I have never gotten through to the end of it.
Steph

Sausalito, CA

#89 Jan 14, 2013
Office Space

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Cookeville

#90 Jan 14, 2013
Nobody has mentioned a Star Trek movie. I understand, you are not fans. But if you WERE fans, and you HAD to pick what would be considered a "cheesy" Star Trek movie... It's gotta be "Insurrection." Something about face-stretching, I think Data finally dies... all-around bad flick, but it has it's moments. I think the Enterprise crashes into a planet. Good finish over-all.

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#91 Jan 15, 2013
saviorself wrote:
<quoted text>
That movie is kinda funny, I have never gotten through to the end of it.
I think it is hilarious. Then again I have an odd sense of humor :)
I will admit I like the movie "Starship Troopers" I even liked the second one, Starship Troopers 2.
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manchester

#92 Jan 15, 2013
scream

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Cookeville

#93 Jan 16, 2013
Always Wary wrote:
<quoted text>I think it is hilarious. Then again I have an odd sense of humor :)
I will admit I like the movie "Starship Troopers" I even liked the second one, Starship Troopers 2.
Are you kidding me? I loved it, but "Maurader" was So much better.

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Cookeville

#94 Jan 16, 2013
jackie38 wrote:
scream
Jason Vs. Freddy.

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not behind us.

#95 Jan 16, 2013
Solvent Green.

“Taste great in milk!”

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#96 Jan 16, 2013
"Squirm" was a great......err, terrible, killer-worm flick.

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not behind us.

#97 Jan 16, 2013
Somewhere in time

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Into this world we're thrown

#98 Jan 17, 2013
Wolfganged wrote:
Solvent Green.
Soylent Green?

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Location hidden

#99 Jan 17, 2013
Army of Darkness, Bruce Campbell is epic with the chainsaw to replace his hand.

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#100 Jan 17, 2013
saviorself wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you kidding me? I loved it, but "Maurader" was So much better.
I have to watch it.

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#101 Jan 17, 2013
Naughtyrobot wrote:
Army of Darkness, Bruce Campbell is epic with the chainsaw to replace his hand.
My family loves that movie!

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#102 Jan 17, 2013
The Milagro Bean Field War (Robert Redford, Reuben Blades)

Chocolat (Juliette Binoche, Alfred Molina, Johnny Depp)

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#103 Jan 17, 2013
Finding Forrester (Sean Connery)
BLong

United States

#104 Jan 17, 2013
'Touch'
Featuring Skeet Ulrich as a stigmatic faith
healer. Also stars Christopher Walken and Tom Arnold.
Quirky and funny.

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