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Beerfest (2006). I was in high school at that time and went with friends to watch this. Today they shall be visiting again and I have already got the DVD.:D:D
No one got no work because of the lockdown and no one showed any symptoms too in the past 45 days, so I think we are good. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
great flick...love the Broken Lizard guys
 

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John, I'm thinking Tim is saying the original "Arnold" version is the only one worth watching,
and the other is but dust in the wind...
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dont forget who wrote the book...;)
 
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I know that with out having to look it up.
Philip K Dick
And it wasn't a book

I read the short story the movies were derived from....but that was decades ago and all I remember is that it was about memory replacement.

As far as RT goes, he hasn't seen the remake or he wouldn't have made that comment lol.

The remake is a far superior movie to the Arnie version.
Arnie made movies that were 'Arnie' focused LOL!
They are fun.


As far as writers go, it's interesting who wrote Running Man, staring Arnie..
That would be Steven King under a different name.

Now guess what movie irked him because it relied on elements of Running Man?

LOL!
 

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good ol' Richard Bachman...made a huge fool of myself over him when I stated anything by him was FAR better than anything by King...

all that said, in MY view the original is just perfect....

...again...in MY opinion....;)
 

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BTW....the movie that ticked off King was the first of the series, Hunger Games.

IMO, it was pretty obvious.
 

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BTW....the movie that ticked off King was the first of the series, Hunger Games.

IMO, it was pretty obvious.
that I didnt know and Ive not seen them...Le Twit has spoken very high praise for them though....
 

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