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  1. *looks him up and disqualifies himself* I've never seen ANY of his movies. I've barely heard his name.
  2. Um, "Dora the Explorer something something"????
  3. A lot of actors showed up in "LOVE AMERICAN STYLE."
  4. Ok, the other quotes may have sounded familiar, but I've thought that and never seen the movie. That last quote is definitely "Star Trek 3- the Search for Spock."
  5. With 20/20 hindsight, we know the difference NOW, But, at the time, I would have found an openly eclectic approach a selling=point. Of course, vpw was busy trying to convince people that the ONLY place to get answers was twi, so he went in the opposite direction. BTW, it would have been a better con if vpw had understood everything Stiles, Bullinger and Leonard had taught. He mashed together what he understood, and deprecated what he didn't understand.
  6. Ok. The wrestling part rang a bell. *thinks* 80s music.....David Byrne.... This is the Talking Heads doing "Wild Life."
  7. The pfal Foundational class was billed as "foundational." It would be more fair to the material to point out that the class is a mix of material from BG Leonard's class, Bullinger's books ("How To Enjoy the Bible" early on, "Gifts of the Holy Spirit" later on) abd Stiles' "Gifts of the Spiirit" book, along with a few things tossed in here and there. Then it should look a little disjointed- because it IS. Look- I'm an eclectic. I LIKE the idea of drawing from diverse backgrounds. That's a SELLING POINT to me- you did the work and are trying to get the best, or the most rele
  8. I get the feeling I should recognize "Mr Businessman" but the rest isn't ringing a bell. I might be missing a line somewhere.
  9. Dustin Hoffman Dick Tracy Al Pacino
  10. This is an advertisement, not a post. This is an advertising account, not a new poster who wants to discuss things.
  11. This movie was based on another story- which in turn was based on yet another story. ;) A similar production, called "Dearest Enemy", and another called "Arms and the Girl", predated this movie and its direct predecessor by decades. The script includes the line "If we give in on this issue, posterity will never forgive us." What was actually said was " If we give in on this issue, there will be trouble one hundred years hence. Posterity will never forgive us." It was not included in the movie's script because it seemed like unbelievably transparent foreshadowing and 2
  12. I've at least heard of George Strait, but I don't know ANY of his songs. C & W is not my usual fare.
  13. George meant that- and you can check the thread's first post- that we either post actors for someone to name a role they had in common, or we post roles for someone to name an actor they have in common.
  14. Mary Winsted 14 Cloverfield Lane John Goodman (By using the Captain America/Human Torch guy, "Scott Pilgrim" can take us from DC to Marvel in one step, or vice versa.)
  15. No, and nothing that sounds anything like that.
  16. Superman Returns Brandon Routh Scott Pilgrim Vs the World
  17. This movie was based on another story- which in turn was based on yet another story. ;) A similar production, called "Dearest Enemy", and another called "Arms and the Girl", predated this movie and its direct predecessor by decades. The script includes the line "If we give in on this issue, posterity will never forgive us." What was actually said was " If we give in on this issue, there will be trouble one hundred years hence. Posterity will never forgive us." It was not included in the movie's script because it seemed like unbelievably transparent foreshadowing and 20/
  18. Give me 24 hours. Nothing is coming to me.
  19. Ghostbusters 2 Peter Mac Nicol Addams Family Values
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