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TheSquirrel TheSquirrel 46-50, M 14 Answers May 10, 2012

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Yes. My best example of this would be Scary Movie. Saw when it came out thought it was funny. Saw a couple years back I thought it was the biggest piece of **** next to freddy got fingered.

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Still laughing!

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Footloose, Teenwolf, back to the Future, The Breakfast Club, The Lost Boys... etc etc.

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Yikes!

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Movies from my childhood but I know the answer, I was just a kid. What the heck did I know?

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Mars Attacks. I loved this movie and I hadn't seen it since it first came out when I was about 7. I watched it recently and it was so ridiculous that I couldn't believe that I actually liked it at one point.

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Is that the one with Jim Carey? Or is it one of the old Mars movies?

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No. This one came out in either 1995 or 1996. I'm not totally sure, but I know it was in the mid 90s. It starred Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close, and a whole ensemble of other actors.

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Yes

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Why sure! I used to like Walt Disney as a kid......

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Ya, I hadn't seen We're Back! since I was like 4-5. I watched it recently and there was really only one scene that was nostalgic. The rest was just terrible.

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I had to look that one up. The actors must have cost a fortune. The premise alone is enough to frighten.

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lol you know it was animated, right?

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Is this one of the Poltergeist movies?

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I know it was animated, but when you hit IMDB, you get the list. Lots of heavies. Many of them still significant. And with Spielberg's penchant for perfection, that movie must have been expensive all the way around.

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The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes.

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At least Kurt Russell's character was named Dexter and not Whitey.

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I guess I missed something. I'm not getting the reference to Whitey. Was there a remake?

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Russell's early Disney days were spent playing parts in Fred McMurray movies. He played McMurray's son whose name was Whitey. At least that is what I recall.

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Oh, yeah, Follow Me Boys. I don't know of he played with McMurray in more than one movie.

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Yeah. But the weed was much better then...

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try going a week without smoking any and then start blazing again. It won't matter how good the weed is as long as it isn't really bunk.

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Yes, the 'A Walk to Remember' it made me cry like a baby! :'S

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Eeeg! Why does Peter Coyote make those sorts of movies?

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Yes. Flashdance.

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You're a maniacia on the floor.

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