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Originally posted by gigabit:

The Pink Panther Strikes Again


It has been awhile since I watched, but laughed just thinking about it! Big Grin

The scene on the parallel bars is one of the funniest moments in movie history.
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Off to see Christina Vicky Barcelona this afternoon.

...and what did you think?

Very well done! Casting, cinematography and music were excellent IMO.
I enjoyed the movie very much.
I'm ready to go to Spain! Cool

Funny thing I did notice: Not one person held their wine glass by the stem. Good lord! Keep your hands off the bowl. Big Grin
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Funny thing I did notice: Not one person held their wine glass by the stem. Good lord! Keep your hands off the bowl. Big Grin

Hey, Scarlett Johanasson can hold it anyway she wants! Razz

Please avoid being ambiguous.
By it, are you referring to your the bowl or stem? Confused Wink
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by KSC02:
Funny thing I did notice: Not one person held their wine glass by the stem. Good lord! Keep your hands off the bowl. Big Grin

Hey, Scarlett Johanasson can hold it anyway she wants! Razz

Please avoid being ambiguous.
By it, are you referring to your the bowl or stem? Confused Wink


Really depends who we are talking about. ( one hand or two)

That said, I repeat, she can hold it as she damn well pleases. <empty suit razz>
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Haven't seen it in a while and couldn't believe it's been over 20 years already. Yet the movie's theme remains very contemporary.

That's because, primarily, the game remains the same. Wink
So true.
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Choke


How was it?

Two nights ago I saw Iron Man. I'm ambivelant on it. 10 minutes in I knew every single plot point and how the movie would end... because I've seen "this movie" 100 times. That said, Iron Man is better than 90%+ of those movies in most regards -- better acting, better dialouge, etc. The villain, who, again, you instantly know is the villain the second he first appears on screen, it is revealed is cartoonishly evil at the very end -- and the final battle leaves a bit to be desired. Those reservations aside, however, the movie is entertaining so I reccomend it for mindless fun. But this isn't a good movie the way some other super hero / action/adventure movies are. (eg. Dark Knight or Raiders of the Lost Ark)
Went to see the movie "Helvitica". It is about the eponymous font. The rise and fall and resurrection of a type of type.

I slept through a good portion of the movie. The parts for which I was awake, were really boring.
Perhaps the most boring, stupid movie I've ever seen.
Frown i had high expectations for it when it first came out...it came and went pretty fast so i am pretty sure your review is spot on...bummer... Frown

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The Happening. What a pile of crap...except for Zooey Deschanel's beautiful blue eyes. M. Night Shy...whatever his name is, is an overrated director. He got lucky with Sixth Sense.
Watched Burn After Reading this past weekend. I found it very entertaining (I’m a pretty easy movie critic for what it’s worth). Typical quirkiness you would expect from the Coen brothers. Brad Pitt was actually pretty funny. I find he is at his best when he is playing more of an odd character (Snatch/Fight Club/etc). Anyways, I would recommend if you are looking for a laugh.
My daughter wanted to rent Across the Universe. Eh, she's into musicals these days.
I thought it would be some pos like Moulin Rouge!, but it turned out to have a decent story to go with it, and some good singing by an attractive cast of unknowns (to me, anyway.)
Proof of Life - A fairly decent movie about a US oil company worker who is kidnapped in a South American country, and the ransom negotiator (Russell Crowe) who works with the wife to secure his return.

Two little bones to pick: (1) None of the special forces trained operatives seem to have heard of this wonderful device called a "silencer" which you can put on a gun instead of having to use a knife; and (2) when infiltrating an enemy post, it is usually better to do so at night, especially if you have access to high-tech equipment and the enemy does not.

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