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Old 04-27-2010, 04:53 AM   #1
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Ok heres one of the greats in my book. Chris Farley in Tommy Boy. To bad he followed in Belushi's footsteps...
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Old 04-27-2010, 11:23 AM   #2
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Wayne's World, I used to love this movie.

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+1 on Wayne's World IMO. Even though I can't stand Al Franken, "Stuart Saves His Family" was hilarious and pretty dark....just the way I like 'em!
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Dude who could forget Coneheads.




As far as Wayne's World I love just about anything Mike Myers does. That dude is crazy funny.
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Didn't forget it, I just thought it sucked!
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Certainly had it's moments. Don't see much of Tim Meadows any more. Too bad, he's a great talent.
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And some, you just ask "WHY?!"
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And some, you just ask "WHY?!"
Yeah, that was a great "skit." But a full-length movie....puh-leeze.
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Yeah, that was a great "skit." But a full-length movie....puh-leeze.
Exactly. Given the nature of the skit, when it was released, I asked myself, "How are you gonna fill 90 minutes with this?"
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