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ansky



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chris wrote:

They actually left out Lost Boys, which was #8. Lost in translation, I guess.


Thank God (or whoever)! I was afraid you didn't include that one, and I couldn't imagine how it wouldn't make your list.
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Re: 10 best. I have a suggestion for the #9 spot. Dracula, Dead and Loving It by Mel Brooks. Brooks does a great spoof on the original Dracula movie starring Bella Lugosi. Dracula's sidekick, Renquist, is hilarious. Leslie Neilson is Dracula. It is more fun if you watch the original and then watch the Mel Brooks version.

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jeanette wrote:
Re: 10 best. I have a suggestion for the #9 spot. Dracula, Dead and Loving It by Mel Brooks.


Most Mel Brooks movies are good. I can watch them over and over.

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Laveric wrote:


Most Mel Brooks movies are good. I can watch them over and over.


I agree whole-heartedly but, unfortunately, I also have to agree with the qualifier "Most" I could barely sit through "Life Stinks" the one time.
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Laveric



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Wonko wrote:
Laveric wrote:
Most Mel Brooks movies are good. I can watch them over and over.
I agree whole-heartedly but, unfortunately, I also have to agree with the qualifier "Most" I could barely sit through "Life Stinks" the one time.

I don't know of any director with much of a track record who only produced good movies. Take Peter Jackson as an example... He directed some of the worst movies ever, like Meet the Feebles (muppet porn).

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Meet The Feebles is a great movie, if you judge it by camp factor, and drinking game potential.
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Two more minutes till January 16th, and boy I wish there was a 24 hour bookstore near me. I'm not even sure if there is such a thing, but it would be a damn fine idea. Because I could be buying "You Suck" 1 minute from now. Plus in the words of the rapper Whodini "the freaks come out at night." So do bats and you know I'm all about some bat nookie.

Damn it's 12 o'clock. Where is a Seven Eleven Barnes and Nobles when you need it.

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More than likely nowhere in Ohio...
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I don't know, we have a BOOKS-A-MILLION within driving distance of here that opens at midnight for new HARRY POTTER releases- that's what I've done for the past 2.

Just checked the e-mail & my audio copy of YOU SUCKis on its way as we speak... the books themselves haven't left the warehouse yet, but I'm hoping they will by morning.

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Oh Yeah! I got my copy. Now I'm off to read.

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