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Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Wedding Crashers


Vince Vaughn could read the phone book and it would be hysterical.

If you could recommend one movie to see, what would it be?

posted by Torrie at Wednesday, July 27, 2005 |


Commented by Blogger Charlotte in Pa:

I LOVED that movie. I hardly ever see movies more than once... and I saw Wedding Crashers twice - in the theater - at full price! So, so much fun!


12:50 AM 
Commented by Blogger JessicaRabbit:

Ok do you mean movies in the theatre right now? Or movies ever?

6:18 AM 
Commented by Blogger Bucky Four-Eyes:

And what IS the best movie ever?

I don't know if I could recommend just one. Unless you do mean movies that are in the theater right now, and I've only seen one of 'em, so that narrows my choices down.

No, really. The best movie ever?
Anal Biker Chicks. In letterbox format, with Chinese subtitles.

8:01 AM 
Commented by Blogger Bucky Four-Eyes:

But then again, "Pee Midget Pee!" is a classic, too. It loses points for lack of subtitles, though.

8:04 AM 
Commented by Anonymous kalki:

I was thinking about seeing The Wedding Crashers this weekend, and now that I know you loved it, I definitely am.

9:07 AM 
Commented by Blogger Nilbo:

I can't top Bucky's ... although she needs to see the classic war movie "Shaving Ryan's Privates" ...

But my all-time favourite movie is "Sleepless in Seattle". Never get tired of it. Never.

9:10 AM 
Commented by Blogger Torrie:

Charlotte- "Chicks at funerals are so horny, it's not even fair!"

Jess- Movie ever

Bucky- I actually prefered "Pee midget, pee!" to "Anal Biker Chicks" I'm not a big fan of subtitles.

Nilbo- You softy

10:08 AM 
Commented by Blogger Southern Fried Girl:

Best movie ever - hands down, Rear Window with Grace Kelly, Jimmy Stewart and Raymond Burr. I love it. I have the DVD but when I happen to find it on AMC or TCM, I get all excited. It's like a bonus viewing.

I am such a nerd.

11:22 AM 
Commented by Blogger Annejelynn:

I don't think I could possibly pick one, single "Best movie Ever"
- um, shoot.... ahhhh, I can watch Moulin Rouge over and over again - ? does that make it "my" best ever? Dang - I can't decide.

1:33 PM 
Commented by Blogger Fuzzball:

Impossible question. Totally impossible. Instead of picking just one, I will favor you with a selection of Fuzzball Favorites:

The Neverending Story
Star Wars
The Goonies
Gosford Park
La Boum
Say Anything

Just a few of my most beloved flicks...

2:34 PM 
Commented by Blogger kimmyk:

One of my all time fav. movies is-The Red Violin. But ya gotta be able to watch it in peace, cause if ya miss somethin' ya gotta go back and watch it, but sheeewwwiiee it's a good one! I'm also with Nilbo-Sleepless in Seattle is one I never get tired of. *MAGIC*

6:10 PM 
Commented by Blogger Bucky Four-Eyes:

Don't know if I could pick just one.
I'm pretty obsessed with a lot of Clint Eastwood westerns, especially:

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
The Outlaw Josey Wales
High Plains Drifter

I also like the Dollars movies, but do not go quotin' 'em every day like the listed ones.

Then there's comedies I could watch over and over and still fucking laugh every time:

Monty Python and the Holy Grail
The Blues Brothers
Animal House
(Dodgeball will probably be on this list one day, but I haven't seen it enough times to qualify yet)

And then, of course, there's the instant classic, "Anal Peeing Biker Midgets"

8:57 PM 
Commented by Blogger JessicaRabbit:

BUcky you have really been obsessed with the pissing midgets lately, settle down there Beavis.

Velvet Goldmine
Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Nightmare before Christmas
Fight Club
Oh Brother Where Art Thou?
Anything with Will Ferrell
Anything with Bruce Campbell

Sheesh, You know I have over 400 Dvds, I could just do this all day. I will stop now.

12:01 AM 
Commented by Blogger Ern:

I have been wanting to see Wedding Crashers. I heard it is hysterical, lol funny, that you never catch your breath from the laughter the whole time, sore abs the next day kind of funny. Can't wait to see it!

My all-time favorite comedy is probably Real Genius. So many classically hysterical lines in that one, especially for someone who is still a student.

I have seen Dead Poets Society about a million times as well. Never get tired of it.

And of course, Dirty Dancing for cheesy chick flick.

And I'm with Jessica Rabbit--My husband and I have close to 400 DVDs as well. (Where the hell do you keep them, JR?)

2:18 AM 
Commented by Blogger Bucky Four-Eyes:

Well, duh, Ern - Jess can easily store 400 DVDs (with cases) in her cleavage. Ain't you been payin' attention, girl? What's the good of havin' huge, whale-sized hoots if you can't put an entertainment center in there?

7:35 AM 
Commented by Blogger Sudiegirl:

Hey...saw you came to visit me, and I wanted to say thanks!

Also, as far as one movie to recommend, I'm going to the "in general" category because I really haven't seen many movies lately in the theater.

Hmmm...let's go with..."The Big Lebowski". Any movie that features a Jeff Bridges dance number can't be all bad!


8:03 AM 
Commented by Blogger Charlotte in Pa:

Torrie? "It's like fishing with dynamite!"

9:41 AM 
Commented by Blogger Candace:

Movies I never tire of (which doesn't necessarily mean they're the best ever, and not everyone will like them):

The Princess Bride
Galaxy Quest
O Brother, Where Art Thou
Office Space
The Usual Suspects
The John Hughes collection
Lilo and Stitch

10:26 AM 
Commented by Blogger Nilbo:

Ohhh Misfit .. GREAT call on "The Princess Bride" ... another movie I never tire of, and which I can quote endlessly and annoyingly.

I'll add a few more that I will watch even if they come on TBS with all the goddamned commercials, despite the fact I frigging OWN them and could just pop them into the player. So, herewith, My Top Ten Movies (Until Someone Mentions Another One I Love and Forgot About):

Sleepless in Seattle
When Harry Met Sally
The American President
You've Got Mail
Four Weddings and a Funeral
Notting Hill
Love, Actually
The Big Chill
As Good As It Gets

You could be forgiven for noting that I have a weakness for romantic comedies. And Meg Ryan. And, it seems, Hugh Grant.

11:43 AM 
Commented by Blogger Nilbo:

Oh, and DUH .. the Princess Bride, which was the point of my comment. So, ELEVEN.

11:44 AM 
Commented by Blogger Spurious Plum:

Cabin Boy. It's so awesomely bad. Sooooo bad.

That and Muppet Treasure Island.

Trust me.

10:00 PM 
Commented by Blogger Sarcomical:

oh crap, do i have to go watch that movie, now? i was hoping to avoid all the boobiness.

...*sigh* ah, well...

my list (since no one else is just doing one, either):
when harry met sally
charlie and the chocolate factory (with depp, of course)
only you
fever pitch
napoleon dynamite
garden state
what lies beneath
annie hall
it's a wonderful life

...that's the short list i suppose...

1:03 PM 

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