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  1. Phil B.

    Phil B. Far Out Man!

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    Yep, they were in the cafeteria scene at the training center. :grinthumb
     
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    Very cool :grinthumb
     
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    I have seen better movies but I still enjoyed the story line. Of course, Vince Vaughn had to play his usual role........the idiotic bad boy. But that's ok since I do like him.

    What made this movie enjoyable was the story. Very original!!!
     
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    Ya I recently watched this movie as well and it was good. Nothing great but pretty good with some laughs....I also like Vaughn!
     
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    my buddy recently got me into the Matt Helm spy movies. They're from the 60's and Dean Martin is Matt Helm. Those movies are hilarious and they're not even comedies, just that ultra cheese-ville James Bond ripoff stuff that 47 years later seems more funny than exciting.
     
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    I liked the Matt Helm movies, Dean Martin was good at everything he did and I had no problem with the producers/directors having a good laugh poking fun at spy movies in general.

    Have you ever seen James Coburn's Flint movies Stepcousin? "Our Man Flint" and "In Like Flint", I think I got the names right. Now those are great fun, with a little bit of serious violence along the way. Good stuff and very enjoyable and of course they look dated by today's standard but growing up watching them they fit with the times we lived in.
     
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    the whole story is funny. How on earth could you explain 533 kids to your girlfriend & future wife?

    I thought it was pretty cool though how he owned up to the challenge.......and how the ending turned out :D


    Very original story.........makes me wonder if the movie writer was a multiple doner and had this as a nightmare...

    :heheh:
     
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