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Old 03-30-2016, 02:24 PM   #6981
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You're right about that, Dawg. Now I'm wanting to do a Mel Brooks marathon at our house. It will have to wait until later this year. Baseball season starts on Monday and I'll be all in for the next six (and with luck, seven) months.

Himself and I toss lines back and forth from "Young Frankenstein" a lot. Actually, it's not unusual for me to do that. A lot of times I'll use lines from plays and movies in our conversation, not to mention break out into a song as a reply to a question. (I think it annoys him a little, but I still do it. ) However, the fact that he throws a line from "YF" as a reply is hilarious to me. Love it!
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Old 03-30-2016, 02:38 PM   #6982
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What's the last movie you watched?

Heh. I do all that too, CG, mostly because DH is easily annoyable. And I'm good at annoying him, just ask him.

We both love Mel Brooks movies and any musicals, I was also in a lot of them back in the day.
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Old 03-30-2016, 02:43 PM   #6983
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You were in Mel Brooks Movies?!? How exciting!

OK, I'm going to guess you meant community shows. Either that, or we could play "you show me your IMBD profile page and I'll show you mine". Yup, I'm on IMBD - one of the guys I met through little theatre had a small production company with his wife. They now do mostly corporate stuff, but way back in my Ohio days he wrote/produced/directed/filmed an independent movie. Both my son and I were in it. Fun stuff.
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Old 03-30-2016, 03:01 PM   #6984
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No no no, but I wish! Lots of HS and college stuff though!
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Old 03-30-2016, 06:24 PM   #6985
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You're right about that, Dawg. Now I'm wanting to do a Mel Brooks marathon at our house. It will have to wait until later this year. Baseball season starts on Monday and I'll be all in for the next six (and with luck, seven) months.

Himself and I toss lines back and forth from "Young Frankenstein" a lot. Actually, it's not unusual for me to do that. A lot of times I'll use lines from plays and movies in our conversation, not to mention break out into a song as a reply to a question. (I think it annoys him a little, but I still do it. ) However, the fact that he throws a line from "YF" as a reply is hilarious to me. Love it!
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Heh. I do all that too, CG, mostly because DH is easily annoyable. And I'm good at annoying him, just ask him.

We both love Mel Brooks movies and any musicals, I was also in a lot of them back in the day.
"Werewolf"...."There wolf" is a standard with Shrek. YF is a staple, so is Blazing Saddles for adding into a conversation. There are so many lines from so many movies that we add in, confuses some people but we know what we are talking about.
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Old 03-30-2016, 07:17 PM   #6986
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What's the last movie you watched?

Sort of like Klingon!
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Sort of like Klingon!
Yes, I had friends who spoke Klingon in Missoula, it was fun.
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Old 03-31-2016, 12:21 PM   #6988
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I watched 'Misconduct' last night. Anthony Hopkins and Al Pacino were in it and I had a hell of a time following this movie. Camera techinque and film editing reminded me of Roman Polanski & Brian de Palma films but this movie fell way short. Don't waste your time on this.
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Old 04-03-2016, 03:04 PM   #6989
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"The Walk"...... great movie about the French dude who high wire walked between the Twin Towers of the WTC back in 1974.

I also watched the documentary, "Man On Wire", several months ago on Netflix about the same subject.
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I keep watching The Rocky Horror Picture Show. I am in love with Riff Raff.
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