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11-30-2015, 11:11 AM   #21091
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I don't know, 'The Rocky Horror Picture' show is pretty "out there".

A good flick, but some folks won't get it. The purists insist it has to be viewed in a theater, the show is an experience that must include the interaction of the audience.


I loved it.



Both in the theater and at home.



But at home the audience is a bit more tame.

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I liked Full Metal Jacket,

Kubrick is a genius.


Clockwork Orange is another Kubrick classic.




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I think as you get older your brain turns to mush.

And eat a bowl of mush for breakfast each morning.


Coincidence?


I think not.




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My favourite movies of the moment..

The 100 year old Man...
Boyhood
Bears
Guardians of the Galaxy
La Femme Nikita ( French Version)
The Imitation Game
Wild
Spy
The Hunger Games series.
The Best Offer
Mud
The Station Agent
Some good titles there.


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Tank Girl (I'm the only one I know who likes this movie.

Know you know someone else.

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But I try and watch Blazing Saddles, Airplane and Dodge Ball and Oh Brother Where Art Thou?? once every 5 years or so.




Oh Brother Where Art Though.


Epic.

I am Dapper Dan man!



In constant sorrow.



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Oh yes, and Monty Python's "The meaning of life" featuring the "Universe Song" and "Every Sperm is Sacred"


The Monty Python stuff is great, love it all!


I gotta add another great and epic flick to this list.


The Life And Times Of Judge Roy Bean


A star studded movie, Reddy McDowell, Stacy Keach, Victoria Principal, Ned Beatty, Jacqueline Bisset, Tab Hunter, Ava Gardner, Anthony Perkins, John Houston, Richard Farnsworth and many others.


And Paul Newman as Judge Roy Bean.


A great, great, great movie, from an era of really good movies.

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OK, you guys are freakin me out here, with the Fifth Element stuff. Who knew people went this nuts over it?
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Cath Me if You Can
Must be a mistype but it sounds like a b grade hospital horror flick!!
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Must be a mistype but it sounds like a b grade hospital horror flick!!
I don't know. I've had a patient where I tried, the nurse working with me tried, two labor nurses tried. Finally an ICU nurse got it.

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I'm sure it was starting to feel like a horror movie for that patient.

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The Return of the King
Fantastic Mr Fox (surprise!)

The Untouchables
Untouchable
That reminds The Intouchables was really good. Available on Netflix.
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Must be a mistype but it sounds like a b grade hospital horror flick!!
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I don't know. I've had a patient where I tried, the nurse working with me tried, two labor nurses tried. Finally an ICU nurse got it.
Yeah, typo But reminds me of my best mate who's a med student and had to catheterise a drunk old guy who wasn't quite compliant, and when he was done the guy just relaxed, put his hands behind his head, smiled and winked at my mate. He ran out in disgust

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That reminds The Intouchables was really good. Available on Netflix.
About to watch it right now.
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I don't know. I've had a patient where I tried, the nurse working with me tried, two labor nurses tried. Finally an ICU nurse got it.

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I'm sure it was starting to feel like a horror movie for that patient.
I have to have hip surgery soon, you're scaring me here.
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What is the result of this dialogue?
I'm lost. I do not really understand?
I also like to read own pronouncements and their answers.
And what else?

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OK, you guys are freakin me out here, with the Fifth Element stuff. Who knew people went this nuts over it?
The funny part is that I didn't really like it in the theater (partly because there were parents who brought kids that were 'way too young, and then did not even sit with them), but I really enjoyed it when I picked it up cheap on DVD.
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What is the result of this dialogue?
I'm lost. I do not really understand?
I also like to read own pronouncements and their answers.
And what else?
The only thing you need to understand about this dialogue is, no matter how hard you try, it will never make complete sense. Trying to understand it all is futile.

Grab on to a part you do understand and go with it. Ignore the rest. Advice from a late comer, I only post for the first time on page 4.
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I'm sure it was starting to feel like a horror movie for that patient.
Now cringing and laughing all at once!

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Yeah, typo But reminds me of my best mate who's a med student and had to catheterise a drunk old guy who wasn't quite compliant, and when he was done the guy just relaxed, put his hands behind his head, smiled and winked at my mate. He ran out in disgust
"Run Forrest!"
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And we usually have about 6 different conversations going. Welcome to the "bar" thread! Every internet forum I've ever been on had some form of a "hangout" thread. This is PF's.

Favorite movies:

Legend (VERY YOUNG Tom Cruise)
Labyrinth
Dark Crystal
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Fifth Element
Forrest Gump
Apollo 13
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How about Kelly's Heroes?? "We fill the shells with paint and make beautiful pictures!"-Oddball
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Never seen it
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And we usually have about 6 different conversations going. Welcome to the "bar" thread! Every internet forum I've ever been on had some form of a "hangout" thread. This is PF's.
You can't just give him a summary, he has to start with Post #1!
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