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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    Ugh! At least we both cut our losses on the Indiana Jones movie before he was even out of the warehouse! We clicked that off at the fifteen minute mark, and we usually give movies a half hour fair chance.
    I pretty much hated the last Indy Jones movie, and I loved all the others. I hope they make no more.
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    Ironman is actually one of the better super hero movies and stayed pretty faithful to the comic. As for movies in general, the wife and I watched The Punisher:War Zone which sucked to the Nth degree. Even though they changed how he became the Punisher the right way(unlike the 2004 version which had his family being killed in Puerto Rico), the rest of the movie was nothing but a kill fest with no real plot. Then we watched The Wrestler which I found enjoyable. Rourke was very good in this role and played the washed up wrestler to a T and the producers did a great job in portraying the Indy wrestling scene. Rourke's role as Randy "The Ram" Robinson seemed to draw from several wrestlers most notably Jake "The Snake" Roberts who was once on top of the wrestling world during his run in the WWF only to end up a broken down drunk on the Indy circuit as well as portraying his relationship, or lack thereof, with his daughter. It was also filmed in Jersey which was pretty cool. Oh, and getting to see Marisa Tomei's breasteses was a plus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post
    I pretty much hated the last Indy Jones movie, and I loved all the others. I hope they make no more.
    I don't think they can. Indy probably can't handle a bullwhip and a walker at the same time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    I don't think they can. Indy probably can't handle a bullwhip and a walker at the same time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobJohnson View Post
    Men can do anything.

    :D
    I know they think so. It's adorable, really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    I know they think so. It's adorable, really.


    LOL! :D
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    If you like horror films, try out Strangeland :eek:

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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    I know they think so. It's adorable, really.
    We can do anything. Last night I had to rescue my wife from a frog in her bathroom. By the yells you would have thought it had huge teeth. Tonight I heard a yell in the bathroom again. This time it was a spider. What would women do without us?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    We can do anything. Last night I had to rescue my wife from a frog in her bathroom. By the yells you would have thought it had huge teeth. Tonight I heard a yell in the bathroom again. This time it was a spider. What would women do without us?
    Well, spiders, of course, but how could anyone be afraid of frogs? (If you're getting frogs in the house, it's time to fix the hole in that screen). Bug killing, car maintenance, and DVD programming are the main reasons to keep men in the house at all.

    I remember an old "Sylvia" cartoon: "Can you imagine a world without men?" "No crime, and lots of happy, fat women." :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    I know they think so. It's adorable, really.
    Hey lady, you're the one who dated yourself with the Rosebud reference. Did you hear that line when it debuted? :D
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