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Old 03-10-2013, 05:12 AM   #31
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I like the mindless comedies. 2 of my favorites are:

Top Secret! Val Kilmer was funny in this one. I laugh so hard every time when the German vehicle screeches to a halt but barely taps the rear bumper of a curiously placed Pinto and they both explode.

Army of Darkness. The best one liner comedy I have seen. Hail to the king baby!
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Kelly's Heroes 1970
The Valachi Papers 1972
The St. Valentine's Day Massacre 1967
The Dirty Dozen 1967
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Evil dead 1, 2
Army of darkness
texas chainsaw massacre
terminator 1, 2
Killer Klowns from outer space
Happy gilmore
big lebowski

night of the living dead (original)
The Thing (70's/80's version)

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There's an old black and white I saw as a child . It is called The Visit.

The plot is unusual : An old rich woman visits a small european town called " Gullen ", a depressed town with a closed mine, factory etc. The townspeople hope she'll invest in the town . She starts by setting up a credit plan that puts everyone in debt . At the end, the mayor asks her to buy the mine and factory, which were profitable before the town went downhill . She asks, " How can I buy the town ? I already own it .
It turns out she was a young girl who was run out of town for getting pregnant by a prominant man and she bought up and impoverished the town for revenge. Getting everyone in debt on her credit plan was the final bit of revenge .

I think small town " Gullen " was like the United States today : Industries shut down... most of all, gullible .
And the Democrats are bent on taking us down for our percieved injustices !
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