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Kimmers

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« on: Fri, Jun 28, 2013, 13:57 PM »
Slow going at work today, so I'll try to drum up some convo.
What's a movie you seem to sit down and watch every time it's on tv, even though you've seen it a million times already?

Dumb and Dumber was one a few weeks ago, and a few days ago. That still cracks me up.
And There's Something About Mary is another one.
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« Reply #1 on: Fri, Jun 28, 2013, 14:21 PM »
Slow going at work today, so I'll try to drum up some convo.
What's a movie you seem to sit down and watch every time it's on tv, even though you've seen it a million times already?

Dumb and Dumber was one a few weeks ago, and a few days ago. That still cracks me up.
And There's Something About Mary is another one.
 :P

It's not something I really do anymore but when I did, Dumb and Dumber was one of them! I was able to sit through it and talk along with every line.

"killer boots man".

Ace Ventura 2, Waynes World, Bill and Ted (both), Ghostbusters, TMNT, The Mexican, Romeo and Juliet and Crossroads (the Ralph Maccio one, not Britney Spears).

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« Reply #2 on: Fri, Jun 28, 2013, 14:32 PM »
Slow going at work today, so I'll try to drum up some convo.
What's a movie you seem to sit down and watch every time it's on tv, even though you've seen it a million times already?

Dumb and Dumber was one a few weeks ago, and a few days ago. That still cracks me up.
And There's Something About Mary is another one.
 :P

It's not something I really do anymore but when I did, Dumb and Dumber was one of them! I was able to sit through it and talk along with every line.

"killer boots man".

Ace Ventura 2, Waynes World, Bill and Ted (both), Ghostbusters, TMNT, The Mexican, Romeo and Juliet and Crossroads (the Ralph Maccio one, not Britney Spears).

Ace Venture 2?
I liked the first one way more.
Ah, Waynes World and Ghostbusters - totally different but both are great.

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« Reply #3 on: Fri, Jun 28, 2013, 14:35 PM »
Slow going at work today, so I'll try to drum up some convo.
What's a movie you seem to sit down and watch every time it's on tv, even though you've seen it a million times already?

Dumb and Dumber was one a few weeks ago, and a few days ago. That still cracks me up.
And There's Something About Mary is another one.
 :P

It's not something I really do anymore but when I did, Dumb and Dumber was one of them! I was able to sit through it and talk along with every line.

"killer boots man".

Ace Ventura 2, Waynes World, Bill and Ted (both), Ghostbusters, TMNT, The Mexican, Romeo and Juliet and Crossroads (the Ralph Maccio one, not Britney Spears).

Ace Venture 2?
I liked the first one way more.
Ah, Waynes World and Ghostbusters - totally different but both are great.

I find When Nature Calls much funnier.

There's an awesome film with The Rock called The Gridiron Gang. Not exactly an Oscar Winning Film, but great.

Also, The Sandlot Kids  8)


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« Reply #4 on: Fri, Jun 28, 2013, 14:38 PM »
The Life Of Brian or The Holy Grail - my mate Karen and I can quote both pretty much word for word which drives our partners crazy :)

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« Reply #5 on: Fri, Jun 28, 2013, 14:48 PM »
I've never been a huge Monty Python fan.

My mum used to work for John Cleese when he was the rector at St Andrews Uni.


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« Reply #6 on: Fri, Jun 28, 2013, 16:34 PM »
Anything by the Coen Brothers. My Cousin Vinny. Muriel's Wedding. Little Miss Sunshine.

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« Reply #7 on: Fri, Jun 28, 2013, 17:10 PM »
Anything by the Coen Brothers. My Cousin Vinny. Muriel's Wedding. Little Miss Sunshine.

Makes me want to watch Oh Brother Where Art Thou again....  :)

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« Reply #8 on: Fri, Jun 28, 2013, 17:27 PM »
I've never been a huge Monty Python fan.

My mum used to work for John Cleese when he was the rector at St Andrews Uni.


I must admit i have never got on with their TV stuff - its just those 2 films that i love.
I didnt know that about John Cleese.

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« Reply #9 on: Fri, Jun 28, 2013, 20:58 PM »
Airplane, Caddyshack, any Python film, Rocky Horror, Sixteen Candles... oh there's my guilty pleasure Neil Diamond's Jazz Singer  :-[ yes I know it's absolutely shite but I find it fascinatingly hilarious  ;D

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« Reply #10 on: Sat, Jun 29, 2013, 00:05 AM »
I've never been a huge Monty Python fan.

My mum used to work for John Cleese when he was the rector at St Andrews Uni.

was it like clockwork?

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« Reply #11 on: Sat, Jun 29, 2013, 12:34 PM »
Airplane, Caddyshack, any Python film, Rocky Horror, Sixteen Candles... oh there's my guilty pleasure Neil Diamond's Jazz Singer  :-[ yes I know it's absolutely shite but I find it fascinatingly hilarious  ;D

"That ain't no brother! That's a white boy!"  Brilliant.