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The Rocketeer (1991)

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“You got a good thing goin’ on with that girl, Clifford.  And I’m tellin’ you right now, if she flies the coop, it’s gonna be your fault,” says Peevy.  Cliff Secord responds, “Aw, what do you know about women, Peev?  … Continue reading

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Willow (1988)

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“We need your help!” exclaims Willow Ufgood.  Madmartigan sarcastically says, “My help?  Why would you need my help?  You’re a sorcerer.”  Willow responds, “You’re a great warrior!  And a swordsman!  And you’re ten times bigger than I am, stupid!” After … Continue reading

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Aliens (1986)

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“They cut the power,” says Ellen Ripley.  Private Hudson responds, “What do you mean ‘they’ cut the power?  How could they cut the power, man?  They’re animals!” Ridley Scott made the perfect “haunted house in outer space” movie with his … Continue reading

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Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)

”That’s what it’s all about, isn’t it?  That’s what it’s always been about.  Gifts, gifts… gifts, gifts, gifts, gifts, gifts!  You wanna know what happens to your gifts?  They all come to me.  In your garbage.  You see what I’m … Continue reading

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

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When I went to see the Spider-Man reboot two years ago, I was curious to see what direction the film would go in.  I loved Sam Raimi’s trilogy, and was surprised when I had found out it was being rebooted … Continue reading

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The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

It took many years, various screenwriters and directors, but the wall-crawling superhero known as Spider-Man finally leapt off the comic book pages and onto the big screen in 2002 with Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man.  The Marvel Comics character was portrayed by … Continue reading

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Star Trek III: The Search For Spock (1984)

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“That green-blooded son-of-a-bitch!  It’s his revenge for all those arguments he lost!” exclaims Dr. McCoy to Admiral Kirk. The success of 1982’s Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan ensured that there would be another sequel.  The only uncertainty was … Continue reading