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Old 04-24-2012, 01:55 PM   #4171
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What About Bob

was on TV. It is just so stinking funny.
Dreyfus is having a total fit, because his son and Bob are jumping on beds and making lots of noise late at night. Bob shouldn't even be at their vacation home, Dreyfus has an interview the next morning very early, so the noise is a great imposition.

Bob and his son sit there on the beds and act very apologetic, though laughing on the inside.
Dreyfus screams 'I just want PEACE and QUIET!!!'.
Bob says 'I'll be quiet'.
Then his son says with a straight face 'I'll be peace' and gives the peace sign.
Bob and his son start giggling so hard, hiding their faces with a pillow.
It was a great moment, I'm still laughing about it.
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Old 04-24-2012, 09:42 PM   #4172
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What About Bob

was on TV. It is just so stinking funny.
Dreyfus is having a total fit, because his son and Bob are jumping on beds and making lots of noise late at night. Bob shouldn't even be at their vacation home, Dreyfus has an interview the next morning very early, so the noise is a great imposition.

Bob and his son sit there on the beds and act very apologetic, though laughing on the inside.
Dreyfus screams 'I just want PEACE and QUIET!!!'.
Bob says 'I'll be quiet'.
Then his son says with a straight face 'I'll be peace' and gives the peace sign.
Bob and his son start giggling so hard, hiding their faces with a pillow.
It was a great moment, I'm still laughing about it.
The one that brings on fits of giggles, all I have to do is show Shrek the box for "Weekend At Bernie's." El Diablo can bring on the same result.
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Old 04-25-2012, 10:14 PM   #4173
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We watched "Water for Elephants" tonight. Really enjoyed it. Rosie was a blast! Of course, not as in-depth as the book, which I loved, but still worth seeing.
We loved Water for Elephants and, as you already said, Rosie was fantastic. She nearly stole the show.
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Old 04-25-2012, 10:16 PM   #4174
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We just finished watching The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
I really enjoyed the movie. Seeing the story on film really gave "life" to the story. I just picked up The Girl Who Played with Fire and I'm looking forward to seeing it, too.
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Old 04-25-2012, 10:19 PM   #4175
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I'm still recovering. We just watched what I think it the best movie I've ever seen. No joke.

If you haven't seen the 1994 Jodie Foster movie, Nell, do not pass GO, do not collect $200. See it. It's fantastic.

I'd never seen it and I can't imagine how I missed it. Glenn mentioned it the other day and I thought it was worth seeing. Wow!
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Old 04-29-2012, 03:12 AM   #4176
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Last night we saw the new Mission Impossible movie with our friend Susan. It was pretty good, but I will have to watch it again soon because I nodded off a couple times (not because of the movie--just really tired).

James and I just finished watching "Soul Surfer." It was a great movie, and the documentary included on the DVD really added to it. One thing we learned from the documentary is that the dog in the movie is her real dog.
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Old 04-29-2012, 06:34 AM   #4177
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Saturday night, we watched an old film with Vanessa Redgrave and the father of her son, Italian Actor, Franco Neri --- Well, it was such a beautiful film ... the Italian villages, the gastronomy ( film has restaurant, hotel scenes ) and the storyline ... Was lovely and entertaining. Do not know name of film ... However, Vanessa and Franco actually had never married, though they have a grown son together and are still close friends. I have to look up name of film --- I am a Franco Neri fan big time.
Have nice Sunday.
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Franco Nero: Letters to Juliette or 2nd Chance

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Saturday night, we watched an old film with Vanessa Redgrave and the father of her son, Italian Actor, Franco Neri --- Well, it was such a beautiful film ... the Italian villages, the gastronomy ( film has restaurant, hotel scenes ) and the storyline ... Was lovely and entertaining. Do not know name of film ... However, Vanessa and Franco actually had never married, though they have a grown son together and are still close friends. I have to look up name of film --- I am a Franco Neri fan big time.
Have nice Sunday.
Margi.

The Italian actor from Parma, now living on the outskirts of Roma, is Franco Nero. The filmīs name is: Letters to Juliette or 2nd Chance.

The story is lovely and the villages of Italy are the star ...
Have a nice Sunday.
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The Italian actor from Parma, now living on the outskirts of Roma, is Franco Nero. The filmīs name is: Letters to Juliette or 2nd Chance.

The story is lovely and the villages of Italy are the star ...
Have a nice Sunday.
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I've had a mad crush on Franco Nero ever since he played Sir Lancelot in "Camelot " many years ago! Vanessa Redgrave also starred.

We watched "Larry Crowne" (meh) and " Tangled" (very enjoyable) last night.
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We watched Hesher last night. It was... interesting.
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