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    Sects and the City - Sunni, Anglican, Mormon and Scientologist friends, meet for lunch to discuss shoes.

    "I like the black clumpy ones."
    "Me too."
    "Me too."
    "Shazbot!"
    *

    *i would like to state that i have never actually heard a scientologist use this word and would never intentionally offend any scientologists out there, including that talentless jerk Tom Cruise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peace Makes Plenty View Post
    Sects and the City - Sunni, Anglican, Mormon and Scientologist friends, meet for lunch to discuss shoes.

    "I like the black clumpy ones."
    "Me too."
    "Me too."
    "Shazbot!"
    *
    LOL! I'm Anglican btw, and took no offense.

    Halloween: Go ahead, punk: Ring - my - doorbell.

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    A Funny Thing Happened on the Forum The rollicking adventures of two posters. Lolz all round.

    Beauty and the Feast What happens when you let supermodels near food more calorific then air. Ebert called it 'bloated'.

    Maid in China Jennifer Lopez takes the wrong flight, and ends up working in a sweatshop in Hong Kong.

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    All Quiet on the Eastern Front: A sweeping epic about an ordinary sunrise.

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    Ripe: unique Hitchcock thriller in mostly one shot where two gay lovers commit murder with a watermelon.

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    Vertigogo: San Francisco detective develops fear of heights, retires, and opens a dance club.

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    Frags of our Fathers Stories of disgruntled sergeants in 'Nam.

    The 10 Suggestions A remake of an old classic, updated for a modern generation.

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    Sea with Mussolini: Cher goes deep-sea diving with an Italian dictator.
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    Dunce -- a stupid worm movie.
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    The Lady Varnishes: thriller about a do-it-yourself single mom.

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    Sootloose: A chimney sweeper learns to dance to spite the local anti-fun prude.

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    Highlender -- there can be only one...interest rate.

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    Car Trek

    A drive through Los Angeles at rush hour.

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    Planet of the Snapes Everyone's favorite potions master gets his own movie!

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    Front Window: temporarily disabled news photographer watches the humdrum on the street while missing all the intrigue going on out back.

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    Family Plotz: Mom, dad, sis, and bro pufferfish all overinflate at the same time.

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    Star Wars: Attack of the Clowns: these guys

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    decimate the Republic.

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    Saving Ryan's Privates : An unfortunate industrial accident leads to a harrowing trip to the emergency room.

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    From the Moon to the Earth: Yoko Ono's film crew invades various outhouses.

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    The Fry: A veggie tale in the afterlife.

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    The Man Who Fell From Earth Ziggy Stardust's booze binge resulted in him literally falling over the edge of the Earth...

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    Hogan's Gyros: After World War II ends, Col. Hogan and his men volunteer for a secret military experiment in Philadelphia. An accident lands them in ancient Greece just in time for the Trojan War. They are taken prisoner by soldiers of Troy and find themselves imprisoned by the ineffectual Acclinkites in Paris's underground dungeons. Hijinks ensue.

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    Anchors Await - Gene and Frank are back! Now starring in a new comedy with shennanigans galore as competing news anchors who's girls keep stiff-arming their advances!

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    The Bourne Affinity - Jason falls for his former handler in France.

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    Wallville - the TV serious about a super-human alien trying to find his way out of a maze...

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    The Day Before Tomorow - a movie that's appropriate for today!

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    Mission Impossible Fore! See Tom retire and take up golf!

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    Shanghai Morning - Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson wake up hungover. Again. And again. And again.

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    National Measure, in IMAX theaters near you. See how the International System of Units was derived. Watch scientists go through the laborious calculations required to ensure physical and electromagnetic appratus actually conforms to national standards. Review the several volumes of US Code pertaining to national and internation measurement standards. Read dozens more (or dozens of more) boring paragraphs like this one about primary and derived units, and why we use them. Length - 17 hours, with 8 fifteen-minute intermissions.

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    Bellraiser: The harrowing, edge-of-your-chair shocker about creation and mounting of The Liberty Bell.

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