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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"
Originally Posted by futiles
Yes yeah, Antonio is the father. I guess I'd be lying if I said I wasn't disappointed you picked the headliner. But forget Zorro or whatever other crap Antonio was in, my favorite Banderas is Puss In Boots!

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Yes yeah, Antonio is the father. I guess I'd be lying if I said I wasn't disappointed you picked the headliner. But forget Zorro or whatever other crap Antonio was in, my favorite Banderas is Puss In Boots!

Originally Posted by Kaens
He makes me laugh. He has no problem poking fun at himself. And, was he really the headliner in that? See, I probably would have gone the Expendables III route, just to add so many departure options.

Billy Bob Thorton has been all over the place, that makes some good options.
He makes me laugh. He has no problem poking fun at himself. And, was he really the headliner in that? See, I probably would have gone the Expendables III route, just to add so many departure options.

Billy Bob Thorton has been all over the place, that makes some good options.
Originally Posted by futiles
"mmmm Hmmmm, 'bout to get them taters." I put quotes around it, but not sure if that's exactly what he says.

Sling Blade
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"mmmm Hmmmm, 'bout to get them taters." I put quotes around it, but not sure if that's exactly what he says.

Sling Blade
Originally Posted by Kaens
Was kind of hoping for Tombstone, but...

John Ritter was in this. He was funny in it...


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Was kind of hoping for Tombstone, but...

John Ritter was in this. He was funny in it...

Big Grin
Originally Posted by futiles
Tombstone was great. I don't even remember Ritter in Sling Blade. Was he teacher maybe? I dunno, I don't remember anything funny in that movie. So let's go through my Ritter Rolodex... hmm, tv, tv, tv.. I give up, gotta look something up...

Bad Santa! That was funny.
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Tombstone was great. I don't even remember Ritter in Sling Blade. Was he teacher maybe? I dunno, I don't remember anything funny in that movie. So let's go through my Ritter Rolodex... hmm, tv, tv, tv.. I give up, gotta look something up...

Bad Santa! That was funny.
Originally Posted by Kaens
John Ritter was funny in it. It was a pun. From the line, "He's funny, not funny HAHA, funny queer."

I only saw Bad Santa once. Not as bad as I expected, but, much worse than people think. Just not my style of movie.

But, I kind of have a thing for Lauren Graham, and even watched Gilmore Girls for a season or two when it came on right after Smallville (and before DVRs).
John Ritter was funny in it. It was a pun. From the line, "He's funny, not funny HAHA, funny queer."

I only saw Bad Santa once. Not as bad as I expected, but, much worse than people think. Just not my style of movie.

But, I kind of have a thing for Lauren Graham, and even watched Gilmore Girls for a season or two when it came on right after Smallville (and before DVRs).
Originally Posted by futiles
Huh, interesting. I didn't know anyone had a thing for her, she's from around here in my hood (NoVA). Thing is, I know her face, but have hardly seen her in anything. I did see The Pacifier back in 2005 though because my son was around 8 and we went to the movies every weekend and that was a good family flick. Like you said about Bad Santa, better than expected, but still crap.
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Huh, interesting. I didn't know anyone had a thing for her, she's from around here in my hood (NoVA). Thing is, I know her face, but have hardly seen her in anything. I did see The Pacifier back in 2005 though because my son was around 8 and we went to the movies every weekend and that was a good family flick. Like you said about Bad Santa, better than expected, but still crap.
Originally Posted by Kaens
Never saw The Pacifier, I am going from memory here. That was the Vin Diesel one, right? I think he gets a bad rep, since he seems to actually enjoy action movie crap fests. The few things I have seen him in where there was some acting required, he has done well. Look, if someone wanted to throw money at me for doing shitty car movies, well, I'd be doing shitty car movies...

But, I remember him saying that he did The Pacifier because his nephews and nieces always asked if they could see his next movie, and they were young, and he finally wanted to say yes. I like that.
Vin starred in Find Me Guilty. Just watched Furious 7 on Sunday night; the end was a rather nice way to say goodbye to Paul Walker.
Yup, Vin was definitely in that one and actually funny. Not that it's hard to play the muscly uncomfortable tough guy that has problems with kids. It was like modern day Kindergarten Cop. So I'm with you about shitty car movies, never watched any of them (so I guess I shouldn't call them shitty, maybe they are good), but you must have enjoyed the Riddick series no? The Chronicles of Riddick was a pretty good movie and a great game.
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Yup, Vin was definitely in that one and actually funny. Not that it's hard to play the muscly uncomfortable tough guy that has problems with kids. It was like modern day Kindergarten Cop. So I'm with you about shitty car movies, never watched any of them (so I guess I shouldn't call them shitty, maybe they are good), but you must have enjoyed the Riddick series no? The Chronicles of Riddick was a pretty good movie and a great game.
Originally Posted by Kaens
I like the Riddick movies. I liked Pitch Black the most, but, Chronicles and Riddick and the animated one... (Can't Think of it) were all entertaining.

I like Karl Urban a lot, too. My wife did not realize how much SciFi, Fantasy, Action, and Comics based movies he has been in.
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Karl Urban as Éomer: Éowyn's brother, who serves as Chief Marshal of the Riders of Rohan and heir to his uncle's throne.
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The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Karl Urban as Éomer: Éowyn's brother, who serves as Chief Marshal of the Riders of Rohan and heir to his uncle's throne.
Originally Posted by QuiCkz Ninja
Yeah, Karl is awesome and I think he ONLY does Sci-Fi stuff it seems. I really liked that TV show he was just in last year with the android and he had a fake leg, I can't remember the name and it got cancelled so oh well.

LotR: RotK huh? Wow, we can go obscure so we have to look stuff up, or be lazy and pick something people know like Orlando Bloom. I go for lazy.
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Yeah, Karl is awesome and I think he ONLY does Sci-Fi stuff it seems. I really liked that TV show he was just in last year with the android and he had a fake leg, I can't remember the name and it got cancelled so oh well.

LotR: RotK huh? Wow, we can go obscure so we have to look stuff up, or be lazy and pick something people know like Orlando Bloom. I go for lazy.
Originally Posted by Kaens
Kingdom is Heaven is an awful movie with Orlando Bloom.

LotR is not SciFi. But, Karl Urban does stick to geek culture.

He is going to be in a remake of Pete's Dragon? I love that movie. Interesting. I wonder who he will play...
Kingdom is Heaven is an awful movie with Orlando Bloom.

LotR is not SciFi. But, Karl Urban does stick to geek culture.

He is going to be in a remake of Pete's Dragon? I love that movie. Interesting. I wonder who he will play...
Originally Posted by futiles
Okay, while I have heard of "kingdom of heaven", probably even saw it, I can't remember crap about it. So I had to look it up.. top of the list is Martin Hancock, who played the gravedigger. Obviously a critical role.
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Okay, while I have heard of "kingdom of heaven", probably even saw it, I can't remember crap about it. So I had to look it up.. top of the list is Martin Hancock, who played the gravedigger. Obviously a critical role.
Originally Posted by Kaens
We call Kingdom of Heaven "The Story of a Guy" - because, seriously, WTF actually happens in it? Orlando Bloom is like a blacksmith, or maybe a carpenter, and he ends up in the crusades as a crusader, or maybe he was a local? But, he ends up fighting... I don't know, some shit happened, and then the credits rolled, and we knew it was time to wake up and leave...

Martin Hancock was in another movie I DO like, Defiance.
Mark Feuerstein was also in Defiance.
Mark Feuerstein was also in Defiance.
Originally Posted by Dvader83
He was in a movie that my wife really enjoys, Practical Magic. It's one of those things that she owns but will also watch whenever she sees it on.
Mark Feuerstein was also in Defiance.
Originally Posted by Dvader83
All I know about Defiance is I have the game and there is a tv tie-in? I don't know, probably not same one. But Mark Feuerstein is a soap opera pretty boy that was in Woman on Top.
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All I know about Defiance is I have the game and there is a tv tie-in? I don't know, probably not same one. But Mark Feuerstein is a soap opera pretty boy that was in Woman on Top.
Originally Posted by Kaens
BOOO!!! You ignored my post!

And I know no one in that movie besides Penélope Cruz


And that Defiance of which you speak has nothing to do with the Defiance I declared.

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