[geeks] "Must See" movies.
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Tue Mar 26 20:40:33 CST 2002
Are any of the B5 movies available on tape or DVD? I looked at a few places,
but have been unable to find any in local stores. I saw the Legend of the
Rangers movie, cause a friend in the US taped it for me off of Sci Fi, but
it was too late to get him to tape the other movies that week.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave McGuire" <mcguire at neurotica.com>
To: <geeks at sunhelp.org>
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2002 2:04 AM
Subject: Re: [geeks] "Must See" movies.
> On March 25, Bill Bradford wrote:
> > I"m fleshing out my amazon wish list.. What do y'all consider the "must
> > movies?
> > I've never seen Easy Rider or any of the Godfather movies, for example..
> "Tora! Tora! Tora!" is nothing short of amazing. Fucking intense
> "Seven" is good. Cheery, too! Fun for the whole family.
> And speaking of Morgan Freeman (I'm a big fan of his), "The
> Shawshank Redemption" rocks.
> "Kama Sutra" kicks ass.
> I enjoy "Dune" more every time I see it. It takes a lot to make a
> movie strong enough to survive Sting's abyssmal acting.
> "This Is Spinal Tap"...need I say more?
> Get all four "Alien" movies. Watch and love the first two, save the
> third for a night when you're REALLY bored, and bury the fourth in a
> steaming pile of festering, runny dog shit where it belongs.
> The Babylon5 movie "In The Beginning" is excellent, in my opinion.
> "Ghandi" is very long but thoroughly enjoyable.
> Dave McGuire "...it's leaving me this unpleasant,
> St. Petersburg, FL damp feeling on my shorts..." -Sridhar
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