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ImTheMoon
PostPosted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 3:50 am  Reply with quote



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see the octopus comment
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Gory
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I like that the ship takes sail one last time. Mr. Green
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BlackFlagg
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The model ship seen sailing at the film's end has a miniature R2-D2 (from Star Wars (1977)) hidden on the deck.
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Gory
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ImTheMoon wrote:
see the octopus comment
I also saw the octopus. Well, I didn't but I ... eh, I'm tired. Laughing
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Gory
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BlackFlagg wrote:
The model ship seen sailing at the film's end has a miniature R2-D2 (from Star Wars (1977)) hidden on the deck.
I remember seeing the pictures of it in a magazine as a kid. I was hoping you could see it in the moivie but there is no way.
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BlackFlagg
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80's was such a great time for kid adventure flicks, don't see enough of 'em anymore.
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Gory
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At some point we'll get the next line up straightened out so we can start next week. Mr. Green
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~IC
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good, it was a weird and fun night
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ImTheMoon
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~IC wrote:
good, it was a weird and fun night


isn't it always
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BlackFlagg
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between this and Stand By Me I was always hoping to go on a treasure hunt...or go looking for a dead body...
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LeeTheAgent
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BlackFlagg wrote:
80's was such a great time for kid adventure flicks, don't see enough of 'em anymore.
Amen... and movies like Clash of the Titans... Big Trouble in Little China, Legend, the Indiana Jones movies... for some reason, the 80's was a wellspring of great adventure movies... weird how the 90's came and it all became gritty Tarantino stuff. Not that it was bad, just weird to look at the trends in movies. I'm rambling, yes, I know Razz
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ImTheMoon
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LeeTheAgent wrote:
BlackFlagg wrote:
80's was such a great time for kid adventure flicks, don't see enough of 'em anymore.
Amen... and movies like Clash of the Titans... Big Trouble in Little China, Legend, the Indiana Jones movies... for some reason, the 80's was a wellspring of great adventure movies... weird how the 90's came and it all became gritty Tarantino stuff. Not that it was bad, just weird to look at the trends in movies. I'm rambling, yes, I know Razz


sounds like grandpa's off his meds again
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Gory
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~IC wrote:
good, it was a weird and fun night
Where did you go?
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ImTheMoon
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Gory wrote:
~IC wrote:
good, it was a weird and fun night
Where did you go?


was it to asia minor?
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It's snowing. Confused
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