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  1. Slightly off-topic, but since there is a reference to Gene Hackman it is a little disappointing that after such a wonderful career his last role was in “Welcome To Mooseport”.
  2. Been married 22 years now. Don't remember anything in the wedding vows about how I would become the prime target for her to blame for anything that she doesn't like in life. But sure enough that's how it plays out most days.
  3. I think there may only be one left in my state (Maryland), but it (claims to have) the biggest screen in the USA. I try to make it a point to take my kids there at least once a year for the experience. It's still kind of cool after all these years to watch a bunch of movies under the stars on a nice evening.
  4. Camping was a lot more innocent before some guy named Steve showed up.
  5. Anyone watching season 3 on Netflix? I'm 4 episodes in and it's been kind of "meh" so far. Wondering if it gets any better?
  6. I've been looking forward to this one since we touched on it briefly at the end of the Tim OHW thread. Another of those forgotten gems lost somewhere in time.
  7. General rule of thumb is that if Hugh Grant is in it, it could be a chick flick.
  8. But no one challenges Die Hard?
  9. Wonder where they get that from... If I could fly, I'd pick you up...I'd take you into the night...and show you a love...like you've never seen... Benny would probably face a harsher judgment in today's "outrage at everything" culture.
  10. Also liked the acoustic version of Cruel Summer in the season 2 finale.
  11. Season 2 very different than season 1. Season finale had kind of an Empire Strikes Back/The Two Towers vibe to me of unfinished business at great cost. I think the writers do a pretty good job of accentuating the “grey” in most of the lead characters. Guess that goes back to the core concept of “balance” between good and bad. Really like the Johnny Lawrence character both trying to evolve and squarely stuck in the 1980s at the same time.