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    My Old Man thought enough of this movie he took me to see it in the theater.

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  • : It's a Wonderful Life

    It's a Wonderful Life
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Tuesday, December 23, 2003



I see who where's the pants in the Jostikovitch house. I bet you saw Ya-Ya-Sisterhood too.


No, but while my DSW wouldn't have to twist my arm much to convince me to leer at Ashley Judd, *pants* she 'bout twisted it off making me watch "My Great Big Woolly Mammoth Wedding."

The Soup Lady

I mean taht I should have been more observant. I'm absorbent enough.

The Soup Lady

Jack Nicholson - eh. Frankly, I don't see what the fuss is all about. However, I went to see that last one with the naked Kathy Bates in it and was pretty unimpressed. A few months later, I was treking through an old cemetary on Houston and came across too many old headstones shaped like logs to ignore. Close investigation revealed that they were all members of Woodmen of the World, and in that naked Kathy Bates movie, Jack was supposed to be a retired Woodman. That made me realize that I had missed a large part of the subtext of that movie and I should be more absorbent in the future.

I am left with an obsession with the Woodmen of the World.


I must be tired. Chalk up two comments to Suzette and forget about the Soup Lady.


Duly chalked. Step away from the stove and get some sleep.


I had NO desire to see that movie. Doesn't Nicholson start out with a thing for Keaton's DAUGHTER? That is just gross. I want to throw up everytime I see a really old actor scoring with a chick in her 20's. Sean Connery and Catherine Zeta Jones in that movie, Entrapment, is a perfect example. And there are WAY too many movies like that - the actors can be old as the hills and still score with the 20-somethings, but only Mrs. Robinson has been able to pull a switch on that theme.


I don't guess Summer of '42 qualifies...nah, Dorothy was way young compared to Mrs. R.

The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone will just make you madder because it shows the pathetic side of the older woman/younger man (in this case Warren Beatty) scenario. Good movie, but depressing.


As long as there are no Clint-Eastwood-age actors who take off their shirts (showing us a glimpse of their grey haired chests with sagging man boobs) getting it on with a chick younger than me - I may be willing to give it a try.

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