Monday, September 22, 2014

The Cat Will Play With The Ninja Wannabe Today!

The cat can't resist movies at his sea. So I joined the blogfest of the ninja wannabe. I had to move a post or two around as well. That can just cause my ocd hell. But what the heck. Some movies can hit the deck. So favorites few have heard of you say. I can do that at my bay.

Calvin Fuller: Look, Your Majesty, I don't want to insult you or anything, but are you nuts? This isn't the castle. This is the real, in-your-face, carjacking, drive-by-shooting, kill-you-for-your-Reeboks street life. 

A fun kid one,
That I remember giving a run.
 But it seems no ones recalls it.
He did help make American Pie a hit.

Sheriff: [to Buck] Doing that time in there didn't do a damn thing for you, did it? You were an asshole then and you're a 'bigger' asshole now!

Not sure if still good.
But liked it years ago at my hood.
Some clever tricks,
To kill the biker hicks.

Alex Furlong: Give it up, Vacendak. You couldn't catch a cold. You couldn't catch the clap in a whorehouse!

A fun live forever movie,
Before the whole dystopian thing got groovy.
A really good idea too.
Been a while since I gave it a view.

Max Landsberger: Lesson No.4: the secret to survival here is never make a decision.
Jack Issel: Never?
Max Landsberger: Never. The minute you do, you're screwed. 

This one was fun,
When I gave it a run.
A bit weird though,
With a peculiar flow.

Dan Bartlett: They call me 'Mr. Determined.'

Watched it many a time.
 Well worth the dime.
Has to get the girl,
No matter what sends him for a whirl.

Matt Douglas: You're a whore. Admit it. Admit you're a big whore. Go ahead.
Russell Kramer: Name three women from the District of Columbia that you didn't bang when you were in office - what am I talking about? Name one.
Matt Douglas: Screw you.
Russell Kramer: Blow me.

One of the best buddy travel movies going,
Next to Midnight Run's showing.
Everybody out to kill them both,
As they have to get south.

The Father: You've got a terrible case of "nobody tells me what to do".

Watched it a while back.
Liked what I saw at my shack.
It had a ghostbuster too.
So that works for my zoo.

Matt Halloran: You are something, kid. Killed all my best men and you're still standing. What do you say we make a deal? You work for me as my own personal hit guy? 

This one isn't even on DVD.
I think it was made for TV.
Watched it a few times a while ago.
Definitely enjoyed the show.

Dr. Verboven: Jack, Jesus Christ would never point a gun at another human being.
Jack McDermott: Stay out of my psychosis! Now get your ass in that van.

Just watched this one the other day.
Fun is had at the loonie bay.
Or at least when they go away,
And the loons get left astray.

Brantley Foster: Please God, help me get out of this. I swear I'll go all over the world telling people not to screw the boss's wife.

Fun to give a go,
As he runs to and fro,
Living two lives at his sea.
Even sleeping with his auntie.

Seen any of them at your sea? Those were the rare ones that were/are enjoyed by me. Of course there are many more but these popped in first at my shore. And there you go for the ninja wannabe's blogfest pass. Some more movies from my little rhyming ass.

Fill your rummer, get drunk all summer.

116 comments:

  1. I am not a cinema goer Pat, but do watch them on TV. Great blogfest post,
    Made compelling reading.

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    1. Glad it was grand
      I watch mostly on dvd at my land

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  2. I've only seen two. So out of the loop

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  3. I've seen all of them! I'm sure that doesn't surprise you.
    No Escape was really good. Just got lost in the shuffle.
    I saw Freejack in the theater, but I'd have to go back and watch it again, as I don't remember it at all.
    Thanks for participating in my blogfest!

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    1. Haha yeah no surprise there
      No Escape isn't even on dvd anywhere
      Got lost indeed
      At every feed

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  4. I admit, I haven't seen all of these...actually, most of these. Need to fire up my movie list.

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  5. Saw 2 of them always picked the comedy ones
    Remember just a little of them but they were fun
    Being Ninja wannabe
    Some stories to carry
    Brave dialogues did make some people stunned

    Hank

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    1. Yeah they can sure stun
      As the dialogues can be fun
      Comedies when good are great
      When not, they can be an awful fate

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  6. Wow. I think my ocd just fell through a time-warp. FREEJACK ... Mick Jagger ... LOL. Whoa... I'd forgotten about this one. The Dream Team, No Escape, and even Run ...

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    1. haha dug back in time
      With my movie chime

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  7. Haven't seen a one!
    Must not be having fun. Ha.

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    1. haha too busy creating away
      There at your bay

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  8. We did see just one of those and that was the last one!

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    1. Well at least you got one
      Sure beats none

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  9. Nice post! This is all I can say today.
    Guess, my movies list would make you
    wows...

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    1. haha more words than R
      I watch many a movie at my sand bar

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    1. Damn, not a one
      Must be getting too much sun

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  11. Oh hell yeah. I've seen almost all of these movies. The only one I haven't checked out is My Fellow Americans. I found Kid in King Arthur's Court a little annoying, but I think it's because of the kid actor.

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    1. haha yeah the kid actor can get annoying in that one
      Should give My Fellow Americans a run

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  12. I... haven't seen a single one. Not even heard of them, minus the Kid in King Arthur's Court (heard of, never seen).

    I do have to say, though, I just love the cheesiness of The Secret of My Success poster. Or is that just a clever jab at Michael J. Fox being tiny...?

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    1. Not a one you say
      Many new thanks to my bay
      The movie was cheesy as hell
      But still turned out swell

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  13. I've only heard of a couple of these and I don't think I've seen any
    but I'm going to check out that one with john cusack because I'm a bit of a fan and I'm sure I'll enjoy it
    I suddenly feel like you're much older than me though

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    1. haha is 29 older than you?
      Guess I'm an old fart at my zoo
      Hot Pursuit was fun
      Should watch that one

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    2. Yeah, he's got me beat by years, too. nyuck nyuck, nyuck

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    3. lmao we going by dog years now?
      If so I'd be 203, wow

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    4. No, we're going turtle years. They go slower.

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    5. Don't know the math on that
      So beats the cat lol

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  14. My favorite header of yours came up ~ the head shot of you with the two cats. It looks like a work in stained glass and has such rich jewel colors. Freejack looked especially interesting because of its cast. Maybe I'll catch it on my cable service. Happy Monday, Pat!

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    1. Yeah that one was done so well
      It really is swell

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  15. Only one I saw on your list
    was the very first one with the baseball player
    saw it years ago with the kids
    better than some movies about dragon slayers

    betty

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    1. Yeah better than some
      And didn't make your eyes go numb

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  16. Movies movies fill the air
    Watch em with yor teddy bear
    Watch em morning night and noon
    Dress just like a real buffoon
    No one sees you watching movies
    Except the hidden camera groovies
    Set in your TV fridge and puter
    The feds think they are oh so cuter
    If you love movies, you are the star
    Big brother watches from afar
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    And Amen to That

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    1. lmao I watch on TV
      Then no big brother for me
      No connection to that
      So safe at my blogmat

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  17. Hi, Pat,

    I only recognized the first two, but then I'm not much of a movie watcher.

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    1. Well at least you got two
      Here at my zoo

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  18. I haven't seen any of these movies. I feel pathetic now! LOL!

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    1. lol the cat found ones not in the public eye
      So no need to feel pathetic under your sky

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  19. Maybe I've seen Dream Team, I can't remember. I had a mild interest in Freejack, but never actually saw it. I'd watch the first one, the kids would too.

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    1. The first one they'd like I bet
      At least a few of them you met

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  20. The only one I've heard of is The Secret of My Success. Thanks for sharing your picks!

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    1. Well one out of ten isn't bad
      Compared to some at my pad haha

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  21. I remember The Dream Team! Many of the other ones, I haven't heard of.

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  22. Some I've seen, some not so much,
    the featured movie quotes were an entertaining touch!
    Cheers!
    Sam I Am
    A Treasure Trove of Music

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    1. Glad I could add a fun touch to the bunch
      Adding to the pack of the punch

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  23. Wow, lots of great choices. But I LOVED A Kid in King Arthurs Court. Excellent choice!

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    1. That one was fun
      Always enjoyed giving it a run

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  24. Those sure look like some good movies. I like nothing better than to watch movies and I do watch them all on DVDs. Also I have Netflix deal so I will see if I can get some of them like that. Have a great day Pat.

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    1. Dvds are fun to watch indeed
      Sure watched many at my feed

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  25. Those movies are definitely old! I dont think I have seen ANY of them!

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    1. Damn, not a one?
      They aren't as old as the sun lol

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  26. Love My Fellow Americans and I remember the others even the Jane Seymour flick. Have you ever seen "The Cat from Outer Space"?

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    1. My Fellow Americans was great indeed
      Never seen The Cat from Outer Space at my feed

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  27. Oh my! That's an awesome list. I've seen several, and what a line up of actors and actresses!

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    1. Was fun to put together too
      Here at my zoo

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  28. I haven't seen any of these. Does anyone remember James Dean and Natalie Wood in Rebel Without a Cause? My favorite oldie.

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    1. Think I saw parts of that one
      At some point under my sun

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  29. I haven't seen any
    But that's nothing new
    I hardly watch movies
    For something to do
    "Stay out of my psychosis" <-great line indeed
    For a psychosis invaded
    Double meds are in need

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    1. haha the meds are rocking
      To avoid electric shocking
      Can't have that
      End up like that cuckoo's nest flat

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  30. Sad to say, but not really at my bay,
    Haven't seen a single one, and probably still will shun. :)

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    1. Such a shunner at your sea
      But the snowflakes keep you busy

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  31. The Dream Team is a good one to watch and enjoy, a fun crazy mess.
    My Fellow Americans, politicians that make us laugh instead of being useless.

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    1. Yeah they were good for a laugh indeed
      Laugh with and not at at ones feed

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  32. Not seen any of these
    of that I am quite pleased.

    They look like crap
    piled in a hat.

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  33. orlin N cassie

    we haz knot seen any oh theeze films ....de food gurl pops old time tee and vee dvd's in ta watch....tho we due haz Godzilla N sum of de crazed midnight madness stuff that wuz on like 90 million ago...THEM, FORBIDDEN PLANET, BLACK SCORPION, CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON.... her watches stuff like that ~~

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    1. They are ancient ones at her see
      But still fun to go on a spree

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  34. I have neither seen nor heard
    Of any of these flicks
    But Hot Pursuit and My Fellow Americans
    Look like fun picks!

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    1. Not heard of a one
      Geez, those two are sure worth a run

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  35. I'm with Fundy Blue
    Love the stained glass one too

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    1. That one is grand
      One of the tops in my land

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  36. lol Nice rundown of those.

    I have to mention that I just saw a cover photo at the top for the first time. The cat was on a raft in the ocean and these monsters had their heads sticking up looking at him like they wanted to eat him. While the large moon in the background was nice, I'm sure I'll never want to go in the ocean again. lol

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    1. lmao yeah that ocean I'd surely want to avoid
      Those monsters would make one paranoid

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  37. Believe it or not I have the movie "A Kid in King Arthur's Court" in my movie collection, along with "Run". Great list of movies.

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    1. I have the first one
      But can't find Run

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  38. A great list, 4 of them I've seen and enjoyed

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  39. Did I see any of these?
    I can't seem to recall.
    I forget the things I sees--
    Might as well sit staring at the wall.

    Lee
    Tossing It Out

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    1. haha I guess with age
      As you flip the page
      Things go blank
      As in nothing sank

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  40. I liked 'My Fellow Americans'. Garner, Lemmon and Aykroyd: the greats.

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    1. Yeah they had a great bunch in there
      Fun to watch at any lair

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  41. Wow, I don't any of these. Thanks for sharing :)

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  42. A Kid in King Arthur's Court--I know the title but I can't remember the movie. I would've seen it since it's my kinda movie.

    The others, I don't recall at all. Um-ah!

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    1. Well at least you got one out of the above
      Even if none of the others got any love

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  43. I have seen one or two of these. The Secrets to My Success was on TV so I
    gave that one a go..I think it had a pretty good soundtrack as well.

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    1. not sure why it posted like that splitting my words

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    2. Yeah the soundtrack was good indeed
      Although things aren't always the best on the tv feed
      Dumbed down to pass the censors in place
      Ummm maybe a new spacing thing you embrace? lol

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  44. My husband watches The Secret of My Success every time it's on TV. I saw it at the theater when it was first out (yes, I'm old), but it seems very dated now when I watch it!

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    1. Yeah it is a tad old
      Like you at your fold? lmao

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  45. The Secret of my Success is truly the best. Only one I've seen at my bean. I can't wait to see Head Office, though. That one is totally my kind of show.

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    1. Head Office was an interesting take
      And the theme still holds up like a piece of cake

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  46. Oh my! I've only seen 2 of these movies and don't remember much about either one (Kid in King Arthur's Court and Secret of My Success). I do like to catch old flicks on tv every now and again, so maybe I'll come across the others some day.

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    1. They are pretty rare
      So they may never again air

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  47. All new to me
    Hee hee hee...

    That's what you get from living in the a*s* end of the world!!

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    1. haha at least you get no snow
      That's a plus at the ass end down below

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  48. Oh, you're a nostalgic guy. I love how they're all from more or less the same era :)

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    1. Yeah they all are close by
      Guess I'd be a nostalgia guy

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  49. I've seen a couple of these movies. Thanks for sharing your movie picks for the Underrated Treasures Blogfest.

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  50. The Secret of my Success was very underrated indeed.
    Makes me want to make some popcorn to feed

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    1. Yeah it and Doc Hollywood were great ones of his
      He did some good flicks in the movie biz

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  51. Super list I've only seen two so you supplied some great suggestions

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  52. A Kid in King Arthur's Court
    My Fellow Americans
    No Escape
    The Secret to My Success

    Yup, I've seen those four!

    But not the others. So thanks for the recommendations. :)

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    1. 4 out of ten isn't bad
      Here at my pad

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