Monday, March 18, 2013

Top 10 Causing Me Woes At My Den!


So the cat saw the movie blogfest and knew he had to join in with the rest. Sadly though, no way I could pick ten at my show. But later on I have a plan for that on the birthday of Pat. Then I will certainly abuse as myself I amuse.

Anyway, picked the top ten, in no particular order, that popped in first at my bay. Oh and I judge good by ones you can watch again and again not just some dumbed down whiny little emotional crap loved by those Oscar stick up the bum men and women. Also threw in some ones you may not know, because you never know, may want to give them a go.



"Don't feck with the Lords of Hell."
"Don't feck with the babysitter."

Now after that,
Plus the Babysitting Blues sung at a blues mat,
And even an appearance by Thor.
How could you not watch it at your shore?


"If my calculations are correct, when this baby hits 88 miles per hour... you're gonna see some serious shit."

A time traveling car at play,
As they go back in the day.
With a face full of manure as well.
It really is swell.


"Asshole? I'm not the one who just got butt-fecked on national TV, Dwayne."

"Excuse me, sir! But what about the body that fell out the window?"
"Well, who knows? Probably some stockbroker, got depressed."

Best action movie ever.
Well worth a watching endeavor.
Plus who doesn't want to watch a show,
Where a stockbroker jumps out the window?


"Let's show this prehistoric bitch how we do things downtown."

Ghosts on display,
Bill Murray was actually funny, unlike today.
Plus can never say who you gonna call,
Without thinking Ghostbusters at your hall.


"Where am I? I'm in Boise, Idaho; no, no, no, wait a minute: I'm in Anchorage, Alaska. No, no, wait: I'm in Casper, Wyoming; I'm in the lobby of a Howard Johnson's and I'm wearing a pink carnation."

When DeNiro didn't phone it in.
Creating a movie that is a real win.
One of the best road trip type movies going,
Well worth a showing.


"You bought a used lion?"

Lions in the tall grass.
Old guys with sass.
Makes for a great flick,
Everything really does click

"They call me Mr. Determined."

Not one many would list, I know.
Say Anything would rank higher at many a show.
But this one is just fun,
And should be given a run.


"Hi I'm Paulie the Penis. And I just love to have fun"

"Mr. Carter, I think I have a way out of this. We, uh, call the police, and we have 'em send over one of their sketch artists. And Miss Balbricker can give a description. We can put up "Wanted" posters all over school... "Have you seen this prick? Report immediately to Beulah Balbricker. Do not attempt to apprehend this prick, as it is armed and dangerous. It was last seen hanging out in the girls' locker room at Angel Beach High School."

A peep hole,
As Lassie takes a stroll.
Can get it at Porky's too.
That ought to help you.
Also little known fact,
First Canadian movie, if only, to make it above the 100 million mark act.


"Oh my God, she could be the house! I hate this job!"

Hiding under the bed from view,
Being a peeper too.
All while solving the case,
With a stache on their face.


"What just happened? Please tell me nobody kissed me."

Most fun movie I've seen in years,
Plus gets the nerd in me cheers.
So had to make the list,
One of the only new ones that shouldn't be missed.


"I am the Lord thy God. Thou shalt not have strange gods before Me. Out of my way, asshole."

"Where the hell did you go to take that piss? Moscow?"

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

"I'm a police officer. Drop the gun!"
"I'm a mental patient. I'm not impressed."

This one was just tons of fun,
To give a viewing run.
As with the crazies I can relate.
Watch and take the bait.


"Get busy living, or get busy dying."

Simply one of the best out there.
Has to be watched at every lair.
Watched at least once a year,
By my little rhyming rear.


"No! No exceptions! I want this job, I need it, I can do it. Everywhere I've been today there's always been something wrong, too young, too old, too short, too tall. Whatever the exception is, I can fix it. I can be older, I can be taller, I can be anything."
"Can you be a minority woman?"

Another great Fox movie to view,
Between this or Doc Hollywood at my zoo.
But used this one,
As isn't screwing Auntie Vera fun?


"You were wrong about me. What if I'm right about them?"

A fun, intense thrill ride indeed.
Damn, now I sound like a billboard at my feed.
But I don't lie,
Should be given a try.



"There was only one assassination attempt on me. You had three."
"Two. The woman in Phoenix doesn't count. She only had a starter pistol."

"I can't shake right now. Have to keep my hands on the First Penis."

"Oh, yeah, I'm about to share my coffee with the Washington Love Machine. No dice. You could spit in a Petri dish and start a whole new civilization."

"You're a whore. Admit it. Admit you're a big whore. Go ahead."
"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."
"Screw you."
"Blow me."

"I hate these funerals. It's just awful when another good Democrat passes on."
"I believe the deceased was a Republican, sir."
"Oh, well, then it might not be so bad."

One of those ones where you could quote it all day,
As it really was a well written display.
The two bicker very well,
After reading those quotes it shouldn't be a tough sell.

And that is that. Tons more could be done by the cat. But these all popped in first, yeah I gave five extra with my burst. So the cat can't count at his sea. Wait until you see what I bring soon to my tree. So ends another movie pass from my little rhyming ass.

Enjoy your winter, smash a printer.

176 comments:

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    1. Finally I win, Hank walked the plank. I can rhyme too, who knew

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    2. #! Well sew mah britches
      It's the man who has us all in stitches
      And #! a second time
      Has also proof that he can rhyme

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    3. Well John, I have to congratulate you.... You finally did it.

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    4. Finally had hank beat
      Guess he was late to lurker street

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  2. Congrats,John!
    Great Perseverance!

    Hank

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    1. Was off your game
      So 1st gets a new name haha

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  3. I'm a Die Hard fan, too/Though my fave is the third part, to be totally true/I also dig Shawshank Redemption/With its tale of perseverance and rebellion! :-)

    Greetings from London.

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    1. The third was fine
      But the first is still liked best by the feline
      And yep such a tale
      Always fun to set sail

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  4. Wow, so many classics! It's a fantastic list, indeed. Glad to see The Avengers made the cut :)

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    1. Yeah the Avengers had to make the cut
      One of the only new movies I really enjoy at my hut

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  5. ha i think i have seen all but one, now wasnt that fun, i missed hot pursuit, did not get my loot, but shoot if i can find it, i will play and then rewind it

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    1. It is a hard one to find
      But enjoyed by my behind
      And all but one
      that is fun

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  6. Shawshank Redemption is a really good one.
    I want to watch Ghostbusters completely (only watched first 5 mins haha).

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    1. Geez you need to get on that
      Ghostbusters should be watched at every mat

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  7. Movies movies everywhere
    Walk the plank or take the stair
    Munchie munchie quite a bunchie
    Watch your movies, eat a lunchie
    The list is long if you succeed
    Take a rest, smoke some weed
    Get busy living or get busy dying
    Most clever phrase and not even trying
    You gotta keep moving, can't hang still
    Put that reminder on your window sill

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    1. Pfft if i could move I surely would
      Sadly not the case in my hood
      and blah to the munchies too
      Never eat that crap at my zoo
      Going all dope head now are we?
      Or did you mean weed from the sea haha

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  8. Movies galore
    Certainly not a bore
    Many are hilarious
    That's obvious
    Prefer non-serious ones
    That's more fun
    Can still take the re-runs
    Good laughs are the ones!
    Together to rejoice
    From the selected movie choice

    Hank

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    1. Yeah the ones that are less serious
      Although not too delirious
      Can be way more fun to view
      Over and over at your zoo

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  9. We could totally watch movies together! You are the first person I have encountered that has a movie that's on my list too.
    Rhonda
    Laugh-Quotes.com

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    1. Forgot to say, I am a new follower.

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    2. Got Midnight run
      That same as under your sun
      Thanks for the follow too
      At my zoo

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  10. I've seen four and liked them all. Avengers is my favorite 'new movie' too.

    And Die Hard WAS awesome, but the ones they did afterwards never really made the mark for me.

    I have a good friend who lives in Ohio and we went to the prison used for Shawshank (before it was used for filming. It was very creepy, had that prison vibe to it).

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    1. Yeah The Avengers was just well done
      And agreed especially the last two given a run
      Those Die Hard sequels were crap
      That must have been a bit creepy to give a lap

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  11. You had some great ones, too. Loved Adventures in Babysitting. It's been a while since I've seen that one.

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    1. Yeah that one is always fun
      Have watched it a ton

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  12. Gotta love Die Hard - one of the favorites at my Bay
    After all, it's fun to say Yippe ki yay!!
    Shawshank is a great movie indeed
    Morgan Freeman is a voice that people in trouble need

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    1. That it is indeed
      Yippe Ki yay is even fun to read
      And his voice is one of the best to use
      Along with James Earl Jones who always hits his cues

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  13. You seem to like the same movies as my Husband.... Where are the chick flicks up there so I can watch too?

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    1. Don't worry they will come
      When Sunday roles around for a hum

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  14. Enjoyed your list, Pat.
    But, ha, I have only seen three of your choices!
    Obviously a man's list. LOL.

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    1. Pfft only seen three?
      Blame the man for not being able to see haha

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  15. We have a lot of movies in common. Midnight Run is a classic! Kids love the edited TV version as he is the dad in Beethoven.

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    1. Yeah that is so good
      Beethoven is also ebjoyable in ones hood
      Except when you get to like 5 or 6
      Then they are kind of full of bricks

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  16. -grin- Even if you didn't share your photo, with us.... Me'thinks I could tell, from this blog entry, that you are MALE!

    LOL!!!!

    "Auntie"

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    1. LOL well there is no lovey dovey ones
      Don't worry I still like tons

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  17. I love the mix of the old with the new. Also, after having watched that new (and not so great) Die Hard movie, I have to say, the younger generation is really missing out. THAT is their view of Die Hard. But really, it should be Bruce Willis walking over broken glass, and getting a helping hand from Carl from Family Matters.

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    1. Yeah he's just like Superman in that crap
      Makes me want to take a nap
      All are surely missing out
      With the twinkies all about

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  18. Oh no. It happened. We agreed. On all of these. I love all of these movies. Top ten?? Maybe not but I love all of them. Especially, Die Hard, Ghostbusters and Secondhand Lions. Oh, and don't forget Bill Murray's brief appearance in Zombieland. He was hysterical!!

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    1. Geez agreed on every single one
      Well wonders never cease under my sun
      Yeah for me no such thing as a top ten
      Just what popped in at my den
      That is true
      That is the one time he's been funny in years was his brief stint with the zombieland crew

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    2. See, we agreed yet again, here at your den

      That's all the rhyming you'll get from today, here over at your bay

      No wait, that was it for sure, I will not rhyme anymore!

      Anyway, this is why I'm really here - to share this little treat for your eyes. You're welcome cat!!!!!

      http://omg.yahoo.com/news/june-shannon-honey-boo-boos-mom-gets-makeover-164000145-us-weekly.html

      HA HA HA!!!!

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    3. LOL that is oh sooo scary indeed
      Only you would add that to my feed hahaha

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  19. Well, I do love bacon so Porky's is a natural!

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    1. haha there you will get lots of pork
      But may not need a fork

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  20. Dream Team, Hot Pursuit... you have the perfect list Number three...

    Jeremy [Retro-Z]
    Howlin' Wolf

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    1. Glad you liked the list
      And didn't shake your fist

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  21. The ladies sure hated Paulie

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  22. Shawshank is such a powerful movie!!! Oh and nuthin' beats Die Hard and Bruce when he's lookin' his absolute finest baby!!! Now he deserves a big ol' YIPPEE KI YAY!!!!

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    1. Yeah both are grand
      Not sure I care about watching Bruce though in my land
      In that way
      But for you it is okay

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  23. I really should take the time to watch
    but movies never seem to make the To Do List pop!
    In my next life I will be
    a couch potato and watch movies.
    ha.

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    1. Yeah with your list though
      Way to much to do at your show
      Me, I'm stuck on my butt pillow
      So I need much to watch other than some blowing willow

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    2. You have a doughnut pillow, too?
      What are we going to do with you?
      You might not want the Fountain of Youth
      to make you live longer than 92!

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    3. haha yeah by then I'd be kissing the floor
      And crawling to the door
      Need some robot parts or something I suppose
      The cats like to fight over the doughnut pillow and sometimes come to blows hahaha

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    4. robot parts are a good idea
      and one of those audio things that types what you are saying
      could spew out a novel a week
      if you didn't have to type the thing!
      haha.

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    5. haha yeah that is true
      Not sure I'd like it as much though at my zoo
      But at least my left arm allows me to comment
      And post a post or two to vent

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  24. GREAT list. I've seen most, but there are a couple I will see now. I added ten to my list, Really...I don't gist.

    T

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    1. Yeah i cheated a bit
      But I had to do it haha

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  25. So many good choices there. That's the problem with this blogfest. I visit other blogs and I see movies I could easily have added to my list.

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    1. Yeah no way I could narrow it down
      So just used what first popped in at my town

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  26. I love Back to the Future, all the series ~

    And seriously Redemption, is one of the best films, good thing to be on the list ~

    Happy Monday ~

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    1. Yeah that is on many a list
      And should never be missed
      Liked all three too
      Here at my zoo

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  27. Some interesting choices in your list.
    Including a few that I guess I missed.


    Lee
    Wrote By Rote
    An A to Z Co-host blog


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    1. Missed a few
      They are well worth a view

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  28. These quotes are so funny,
    makes me jiggle my tummy,
    Reminds me of a movie or was it a dream,
    where the fellow is reminded to never cross streams.

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    1. haha and yet at the end
      The stream goes around the bend
      And the cross
      Leaving on prehistoric bitch at a loss

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  29. You've got some good flicks there. Haven't seen the Porky one though. Is it Pat's birthday? If so, Happy Birthday!

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    1. Haven't seen Porky's at your sea
      Geez missing out and nope not yet the birthday of me

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  30. Ghostbusters! Yes! Awesome list you've compiled here. It sure brings me back. :)

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    1. Can't beat busting ghosts
      At NY coasts

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  31. What a clever blog! Never seen any of the movies on your list, but I recognize a few titles.

    Alex
    from A Heep Of Everything

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    1. Never seen a one
      Geez have to give at least one a run

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  32. Ghostbusters, Shawshank, the Avengers and Die Hard on the same list; sold :). Great list.

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    1. Glad you are sold
      And don't want to leave me out in the cold

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  33. Aw Pat this list is absolute quality, love all of these, the Avengers to me is one of the best movies in recent years as well, I hate those kind of films that are just made obviously to win Oscars so I'm glad that you excluded those kinds. Die Hard is amazing too, always loved it, it's a real shame that they've slowly started making more and more, they should have left it after a bit in my opinion.

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    1. Yeah they should have left it the hell alone
      As they really changed the tone
      Making it some superman crap
      Needs to take a dirt nap

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  34. omg! Secondhand Lions was so good, and I'd totally forgotten about it! I LOVE movies. Totally should've jumped on this fest... :D <3

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    1. Yeah thought you would join in
      Secondhand Lions is surely a win

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  35. Die Hard and Second Hand Lions...Alex must be having way to much fun getting us to narrow down our top ten movies...glad to see you joined in the fun:)

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    1. Yeah he must be laughing away
      Making all try to pick ten at their bay

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  36. Adventures In Babysitting! I LOVED that movie when I was a kid! I tried to watch The Avengers upon my friend's insistence. Too long, and a bit boring for my taste. Give me some Shawshank and Ghostbusters any day though.

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    1. To each their own
      At least three were liked at the turn of the ton
      Watch Adventures in Babysitting a ton too
      When I was a kid at my zoo

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  37. Hi thanks so much for visiting my blog list already. I love your list and so many memories it evoked. Ghost Busters, etc. Remember the "Babysitter Blues" too funny. PS great artwork too. I need to preetify my blog. Where do you guys get your artwork? How much does it cost. Well got to run. Thanks,

    Mary Hill

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    1. Yeah can't beat the babysitting blues
      As the Ghost Busters made the news
      We got ours prettied up by our artwork guys
      Who help us pop books out like flies
      But the rest we did ourselves
      To save money to scare away the umm elves haha

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  38. I forgot about Secondhand Lions. Such an amazing film. Thanks for reminding me of it. Great list. :)

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    1. Yeah it was sure a good one
      Thanks for giving the list a run

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  39. Porkys! Oh that's a good one. Excellent list.

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    1. Yep can get it at Porky's with ease
      And what you get won't be fleas

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  40. Die Hard made me say
    a big yippie-kie-yay

    Samuel and Kevin are two favorite actors.
    So in Negotiator they are big factors.

    My Fellow Americans
    is about two former Presidents
    Who each want to live
    in the same White House residence.

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    1. And in the end they do
      If a win was came for the two
      If not then I suppose
      They could yippee kay yay away their woes

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  41. Gawd, I hated Porkers, but of course, my husband and 5 sons loved it. It's cuz I'm a girl, eh?

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    1. LOL yep it's a male thing
      At each wing

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  42. Die Hard...that movie rocked. Though, they need to STOP making them! LOL Great list

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    1. So very true
      Need to flush the sequels down the loo

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  43. Back to the future! Can't believe I forgot it - what great picks.

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    1. Yeah, can't forget that one
      Going 88mph is so fun

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  44. You included Porky's! That's so great. I never thought of it but you're right. It belongs on the favorites list just for the 'sketch artist' scene alone.

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      Quite the endeavor

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  45. Fantastic list! There are two I haven't seen, but I love every one that I have. Porky's, forever a raunchy classic. Back to the Future and Die Hard--how could I have forgotten them?

    Shannon at The Warrior Muse

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    1. Yeah raunchy classic is right
      Die Hard will always be remembered come christmas night

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  46. What a wonderful list! Secondhand Lions was a great movie that was really underrated! Midnight Run was one of the best buddy movies ever! Of course Shawshank Redemption was the most powerful of all!

    Julie

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    1. Yeah all three were sure grand
      Enjoyed over and over at my land

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  47. Glad to see Michael J.
    twice at your bay.
    And Porkys too, a Canadian blockbuster
    Who knew?

    Your list is silly and fun.
    Glad you gave it a run.

    xoRobyn

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    1. Yeah never knew that
      Until I looked at my mat
      Fox made any a good ones
      With his movie runs

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  48. Another reminder I have yet to see Shawshank Redemption. I really do plan to rectify this.

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    1. That you really should
      In your hood

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  49. You've definitely highlighted some good ones. And you've listed a few I still haven't seen. Guess I'd better get busy!

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    1. Sure ton can now be found to view
      After hopping around to each zoo

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  50. Some nice nostalgia going on here! Thanks for stoppig by Cover Girls!

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    1. No problem at all
      As I hopped to each hall

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  51. Wow, completely forgot about The Dream Team!

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    1. Yeah love that one
      Always enjoy giving it a run

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  52. I remember these movies--from the stone age. :D

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    1. Bah aren't that long ago
      Beats 90% of the crap now they show

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  53. Awesome list! I want to go watch Ghostbusters now that you've reminded me about it :)

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    1. Always fun to bust a ghost
      At NYC coats

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  54. Avengers! Nice. And Midnight Run was such an underrated film.
    Thanks for participating in my blogfest.

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    1. Yeah Avengers was grand
      No problem, fun going all movie land

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  55. Such a great list! Loved Ghostbusters!

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    1. Yeah was a great flick
      All in it were slick

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  56. You joining a blogfest
    Surely you jest?
    Your list is great
    That be true
    But listen mate
    Where is "Strange Brew"?

    Take off, eh
    All the way...

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    1. haha forgot all about that one
      Strange Brew sure was fun
      Good reminder from you
      And once in a while I join a blogfest at my zoo

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  57. I listened to Ghostbusters from the front of car
    While driving to Tahoe, three hours far,
    Good in the listening but not five times
    We have to get the kids another movie next time
    (sorry same word, only half points for that rhyme)

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    1. Should have got one and two
      At least be a little different for you
      And a cheat rhyme
      Is okay for a chime

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  58. I LOVED Adventures in Babysitting. Completely forgot that one.

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    1. Yeah such a great one
      As you don't feck with the babysitter you just run

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  59. Yay for Back to the Future!!! Great list!

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    1. Yep that one has to be there
      As it has been watched a ton at my lair

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  60. There are several great movies from this very list that I, myself, carelessly missed. Ghostbusters, Porky's, and Stakeout so funny; Secondhand Lions was also a honey.

    ~VR Barkowski

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    1. haha rhyming away
      So fun at my bay
      And yeah those three were sure fun
      Secondhand lions all should give a run

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  61. Some good picks. Some I forgot existed.

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  62. You're the second person I've seen that included Midnight Run-love that movie. Die Hard is an inspired choice as well.

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    1. Yeah Midnight Run needs to be shown
      So a threw it a bone

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  63. Great choices! I almost added Stand by Me to my list - so many wonderful 80s films to choose from.

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    1. Yeah that was a great one too
      The 80's sure had many great ones to view

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  64. wow, I'm late tonight reading blogs, I was in a bit of a fog, earlier in the day with a problem at work, that's why I wasn't here first; you get lots of comments through the day, I'm sure it is because of what you say! Enjoyed your movies listed here; only saw a handful of them, I fear, but I do agree about SecondHand Lion; definitely a keeper and a fine one!

    betty

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    1. Well at least you saw some
      And yeah through the day many come
      But more so this time
      Then the usual rhyme

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  65. aaaahhh! I forgot about Shawshank! One of my favorites, too. And Adventures in Babysitting was, too, once upon a time. :)

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    1. Yeah both fun to watch at ones zoo
      Shawshank will always remain high to view

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  66. I've only seen Back to the Future and The Avengers on this list but I agree that they should be on there!

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      And yep both have to have a view

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  67. Oh man. Die Hard.

    Alan Rickman pre-Severus Snape is a very odd thing to see.

    Still a great film though!

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      So fun I curl my toes

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  68. "Get busy living, or get busy dying."

    One of the best quotes ever!

    Loved what you did with this one Pat. Excellent.

    .........dhole

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      Glad you liked my movie boat

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  69. YES this post made me so happy. Shawshank Redemption always makes me tear up- even just the sight of it. I love it. And Back to the Future- I mean- doesn't get any better than that.

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    1. Made you happy you say
      Don't go crying at my bay haha
      Yeah both are so grand
      Should be viewed in every land

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  70. Holy carp! Can't believe I haven't been here before.
    But, then Nova Scotia is far from my Caribbean shore.
    I see you all over the place,
    Though I never took the time to show my face.
    This sure was fun,
    but now I have got to run.
    'Adventures in Babysitting' I forgot
    and 'My Fellows Americans' is a funny shot.
    If I keep talking like this all day,
    someone is going to have to pay.

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    1. Yeah it is a ways away
      At least yours is a nice warm bay
      With no snow
      Am i welcome if I get in a boat and row? lol
      LMAO they may lock you up too
      If the rhymes keep coming from you

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  71. Yeah! Love the retro list. :) Secret of My Success was one of my favorites back in the day. I really ought to give it another go - and now my kids are old enough to enjoy it too. :)

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    1. Yeah it is one that can be enjoyed all around
      Should be viewed once at any ground

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  72. You've sure got some 80s classics on here! Then there's Die Hard and The Shawshank Redemption...they should be staples in every movie collection. Great list!

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      Have to be viewed once at least in every hood

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  73. Great picks! Back to the Future is one of my all time favorite movie series :)
    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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    1. Yeah one of the best around
      Even enjoyed Einstien the hound

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  74. I must confess; I've never seen the last 11. But we watch Babysitting, Back to the Future and Bruce Willis when we have time. I haven't seen Ghostbusters in ages; you've given me the craving!

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    1. Geez, need to get on a few
      When there is time to view
      But yeah those for are grand
      And should be watched across the land

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  75. Watched Ghostbusters a coupld of days ago for the first time - awesome movie.

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    1. Yeah it is so good
      Watch it once all should

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  76. I completely forgot about Secret of My Success. That is a wonderful movie. You have a great list - I love seeing Die Hard on it, too.

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    1. Yeah Die Hard has to be on all
      And the secret of my success is surely worth a call

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  77. SecondHand Lions was surprisingly great. I'm thinking about renting a used rhino.

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    1. Yeah it was a surprise
      A used elephant may be more wise
      Could water the lawn
      From dusk to dawn

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  78. Adventures in Babysitting, my husband still loves that one. And The Avengers! Awesome! and most definitely Back to the Future!

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    1. Yep all three are grand
      Enjoyed a ton in my land

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  79. Great list, Pat. 88 miles per hour... I honor that line on a daily basis. I just can't believe I've never heard of Hot Pursuit. How did that happen...

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    1. haha got one you never heard of on my list
      It is one many have missed
      A really fun one too
      One of Ben Stiller's first to view
      And the voice of Goliath from gargoyles as well
      Is there to ring a bell

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  80. Some great choices that really took me back. The only one I haven't seen is My Fellow Americans, but it's on my to-be-seen list now!

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    1. Definitely one to be seen
      On your screen

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  81. OH MY GOSH, Adventures in Babysitting! So happy to see that movie mentioned somewhere :) My brother and I LOVED this movie when it first came out & we watched it at every opportunity thereafter :)

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    1. haha yeah it was a great one
      All kinds of fun

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  82. Just dropping by from the blog hop. Interesting list, sadly I've only seen three of the movies on it.

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    1. Thanks for dropping by
      At least you've seen three that I let fly

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