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Bubba Ho-Tep (2002)
As others, I too saw "Bubba Ho-Tep" at the convention with Bruce Campbell introducing it. I was very skeptical and not sure whether or not I wanted to pay 10 bucks to see it. But when Bruce asked me (during the autograph session) if I was going to see it and I said "yes", I decided I didn't want to be a liar. I was pleasantly surprised. As unorthodox as the story was, I think Mr. Campbell and Mr. Davis played their characters believably. Now I don't know whether or not they were actually Elvis and JFK; I did believe the characters thought they were (understand my meaning?). It was interesting to see Elvis being treated as a regular senior citizen by the nurse and others and dealing with his health issues. I don't know what will happen with this movie, but I will jump at the chance to see it again, whether it be in a theater or on video. I recommend it to anyone tired of the same big budget redundant storylines.
The Goonies (1985)
Questions about extra scenes in Goonies
I've been a fan of Goonies for ever since it came out in the theaters. I bought the storybook way back then too. I've seen the movie a dozen times on different cable networks, and tonight I caught it on TBS. This time I saw it was different; there was a scene in a convenience store that was told about in my storybook as well as Data having trouble with his Spy Eyes and Pinchers of Peril before they entered the restaurant; both things I've never seen before. How come suddenly I'm seeing this different version on TV? Is this new to all of you too? Are these extras on the DVD? I've already read your posts on the Octopus; but it's still on as I'm typing so I haven't seen that yet.