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    LOL!
    That one has been one of my faves for years!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubberman View Post
    Ok. I'm watching "Big Trouble in Little China" today w/ Kurt Russell. More modern swords and sorcery file (set in 1980's San Francisco) - better acting, but lots of fun! Hot Chinese babes, and good chop-socky action... Not sure where to rate it yet, but I think that at least a 7 out of 10 would be appropriate.
    Oh man, Big Trouble...if atreyu was already taken on the boards, I so woulda been Jack_Burton...it scores at least 8 out of 10 for me.

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    I went to go see another 80s flick that was re-released in the theaters a couple weeks ago. This one was a blockbuster, though, not a sleeper like BTiLC, but it has no less a cult following...who ya gonna text? Ghostbusters!

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    Another great Kurt Russell movie is "Used cars". I think most of you will find it as hilarious as I did.
    Used Cars (1980) - IMDb
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    The mention of Kurt Russell caused me to watch Executive Decision last night!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cousinlucky View Post
    The mention of Kurt Russell caused me to watch Executive Decision last night!!
    So, did you like it?
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    Isn't that the movie with Steven Seagal at the very beginning...and then he never makes another appearance?
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    Yes that's the movie!! The plot would not have been the same
    if Seagal was still a part of it. Executive Decision and Soldier are my two favorite Kurt Russell movie but I have not seen all of his movies.
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    Soldier is a brilliant movie. I also love the "escape from ..." films but haven't seen executive decision or user cars
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    Just watched House of Sand and Fog with Ben Kingsley and the beautiful Jennifer Connelly:

    House of Sand and Fog (2003) - IMDb

    It's a great movie for sure, but also one of the saddest that I've ever seen.
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