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Haunted Honeymoon (1986)
One of those movies we picked at random and now watch again and again!
my friends and i picked this movie at random, and now everyone i know has been sucked in. It's hilarious...from dom delouise's dance with gilda radner, to gene wilders hilarious performance in the cellar, i was cracking up. It's one of those movies that is just funny...a li'l stupid....but funny never-the-less. Plus, with Gene Wilder and Gilda Radner, who could not love it? It gets a 10!
What Dreams May Come (1998)
The Colors! The Colors!
This movie was excellent. Robin Williams was as always amazing. The first time I saw the film, I was struck by the colors, and just sat and stared at them. The difference between heaven and hell and the paintings was beautifully done. I've not seen such great background in a very long time. The film had a great plot, great actors, and was all around.....you guessed it.....great! I love this movie for its' quote value alone. See it...see it now!
G.I. Jane (1997)
good movie...anyone who says different sucks :)
I've seen this movie twice now...and I intend to watch it a few more times....it's good. Demi Moore does a very good job, and the cinematography is superb. I particularly liked that the woman chosen was realistically physically equipped to handle the role. she's cut, not some little tiny woman that would never be able to make it through Seals training. This was a good military movie, and did a very good job of showing what Seals training is really like. So it's a little unrealistic that a woman could actually be admitted and allowed in to the Navy Seals...so what...that's not because she couldn't handle it..it's cause a bunch of ***holes run things and don't allow it. Maybe this movie is realistic, and once those in charge see that...maybe it will become reality. Not every woman is strong enough to go through that kind of training, but not every man is either. So why not think it realistic that if it were allowed to happen, it would? Plus, it's only a movie...since when are movies supposed to be completely based on reality?