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Oh, is that what that is from? Still awful.

In honor of yesterday, though, Elisabeth Shue was in Hollow Man.
Originally Posted by futiles
It's been so long since I watched Hallow Man, all I remember is him creeping up on a hot hot brunette who just stepped out of the shower and he was in the room while she was brushing her hair.

What I remember Shue from the most is Leaving Las Vegas. Which I only watched because that brief period of time a certain led actor in that movie was making stuff I enjoyed. Can't comment because that might be where this goes!
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It's been so long since I watched Hallow Man, all I remember is him creeping up on a hot hot brunette who just stepped out of the shower and he was in the room while she was brushing her hair.

What I remember Shue from the most is Leaving Las Vegas. Which I only watched because that brief period of time a certain led actor in that movie was making stuff I enjoyed. Can't comment because that might be where this goes!
Originally Posted by Kaens
Nicolas Kim Coppola? He has pretty much always been all over the map for me. I am not sure if he has ever done back-to-back movies I liked, but, he still seems to crank one out, unexpectedly, that I still enjoy every so often.
Nicolas Kim Coppola? He has pretty much always been all over the map for me. I am not sure if he has ever done back-to-back movies I liked, but, he still seems to crank one out, unexpectedly, that I still enjoy every so often.
Originally Posted by futiles
Yup. I think my favorite of his movies is Face Off. But I was big into the slow mo John Woo stuff at the time so who knows.

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Yup. I think my favorite of his movies is Face Off. But I was big into the slow mo John Woo stuff at the time so who knows.

Originally Posted by Kaens
The Family Man is probably my favorite, my wife's would be Moonstruck. I'm not going to let this go back towards Pulp Fiction, again, so

Nick Cassavetes

is my selection.
Nick Cassavetes was in The Astronaut's Wife, which could potentially go any number of directions.
Nick Cassavetes was in The Astronaut's Wife, which could potentially go any number of directions.
Originally Posted by Dvader83
I didn't know Nick, and I haven't seen Astronaut's Wife. I don't really know anyone in here (well that I like), so I'll go with Donna Murphy to keep this going away from blockbusters.
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I didn't know Nick, and I haven't seen Astronaut's Wife. I don't really know anyone in here (well that I like), so I'll go with Donna Murphy to keep this going away from blockbusters.
Originally Posted by Kaens
To keep it away from blockbusters, but you gave me the option for a Star Trek or a Spider-man? Oh, and the absolute worst Star Trek, too.

I'll take it!!!

Star Trek: Insurrection

*EDIT* Actually, Nemesis is worse than Insurrection. But, they are both so bad...
To keep it away from blockbusters, but you gave me the option for a Star Trek or a Spider-man? Oh, and the absolute worst Star Trek, too.

I'll take it!!!

Star Trek: Insurrection

*EDIT* Actually, Nemesis is worse than Insurrection. But, they are both so bad...
Originally Posted by futiles
Fair enough, but I don't think of those are her movies. She reminds me of the woman on Blacklist, do you watch that on TV?

Back on topic, for Star Trek I'm not a huge fan so I don't want to pick the stereotypical cast that only going to lead to more Star Trek movies so let's go with Anthony Zerbe.
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Fair enough, but I don't think of those are her movies. She reminds me of the woman on Blacklist, do you watch that on TV?

Back on topic, for Star Trek I'm not a huge fan so I don't want to pick the stereotypical cast that only going to lead to more Star Trek movies so let's go with Anthony Zerbe.
Originally Posted by Kaens
No, Blacklist never really appealed to me. Frown

Anthony Zerbe has been in so much, including a Bond film

Licence to Kill
No, Blacklist never really appealed to me. Frown

Anthony Zerbe has been in so much, including a Bond film

Licence to Kill
Originally Posted by futiles
Bond, always good for beautiful women like Talisa Soto.
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Bond, always good for beautiful women like Talisa Soto.
Originally Posted by Kaens
She was in Don Juan DeMarco, too. Interesting movie, but, it has been a while...
Stay away from blockbusters, eh? Alright, then Stephen Singer is my choice.
Stay away from blockbusters, eh? Alright, then Stephen Singer is my choice.
Originally Posted by Dvader83
Nope, not a blockbuster, but, he was in the M. Night Shamalamadingdong film The Happening which was really just...

Odd.
Most of the movies made by that director are a bit strange. Frank Collison appeared in that particular movie.
Most of the movies made by that director are a bit strange. Frank Collison appeared in that particular movie.
Originally Posted by Dvader83
He was in one of my favorite cult films (which later became a favorite TV series...)

Alien Nation

That movie is a bit dated, but, is really so good in a lot of ways. And has a fantastic cast!
Peter Jason was also in that movie.
Peter Jason was also in that movie.
Originally Posted by Dvader83
Heh, what movies hasn't he been in! I am actually partial to Marked for Death. I know people make fun, but I was right age at the right time for that movie.
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Heh, what movies hasn't he been in! I am actually partial to Marked for Death. I know people make fun, but I was right age at the right time for that movie.
Originally Posted by Kaens
I was never a Steven Segal fan, so, haven't seen that one, but, looking it up Danny Trejo is in it. That's a fun one. Lots of options there.
I was never a Steven Segal fan, so, haven't seen that one, but, looking it up Danny Trejo is in it. That's a fun one. Lots of options there.
Originally Posted by futiles
Really!? It's one of my favorite Segal movies (which I guess isn't saying much). But Trejo, well I know he's in great movies that others will quote, but I always think of him in Spy Kids. I'm pretty positive this is where Machete comes from.
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Really!? It's one of my favorite Segal movies (which I guess isn't saying much). But Trejo, well I know he's in great movies that others will quote, but I always think of him in Spy Kids. I'm pretty positive this is where Machete comes from.
Originally Posted by Kaens
Yeah, I don't think I've sat through an entire Steven Segal movie, ever. Trying hard to come up with one, but, no...

Wasn't Antonio Banderas in Spy Kids, as their dad or something? He entertains me. Not as much as Chris Katten does as Antonio Banderas on "I am Antonio Banderas and this is my, how you say, ah yes, show"

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