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25 posted 03-24-2005 01:34 PM       View Profile for Nightshade   Email Nightshade   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Nightshade's Home Page   View IP for Nightshade

Karen, I know, I know !!
It was unforgettable.
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26 posted 03-24-2005 01:40 PM       View Profile for Sunshine   Email Sunshine   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Sunshine's Home Page   View IP for Sunshine

Well that brings to mind, then, Tammy and the Bachelor...and the moment when the necklace came loose, and didn't drop to the floor. She was now a woman, fully growed!
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27 posted 03-24-2005 02:30 PM       View Profile for Christopher   Email Christopher   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Christopher

Gene Kelly stomping in puddles in Singin' in the Rain

which leads to...

John Cusack in Serendipity - when he kicks the snow in frustration, then realizes that it just hit some people on the sidewalk.

egowhores.com - really love yourself.

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I also like "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennesee Williams. When her faorite glass figurine (the unicorn) falls off the table and the horn breaks off. Jim picks it up and Amanda says now it is just like all the rest. She felt that she wsas like that little unicorn, because she was different from everyone else. But when Jim tells her he liked her for herself, she realizes that she is just like everyone else....oops.

Sorry for the lecture...

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29 posted 03-24-2005 02:44 PM       View Profile for Aenimal   Email Aenimal   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Aenimal

"And how could we forget Sigourney Weaver hunting aliens in her underwear? Not to mention all dressed in red and snarling in Ghostbusters?"

you know, that Sigourney scene was on my list but forgot to write it down, where she slips into the spacesuit wearing nothing but her underwear..and it was apparently very cold in the room..and that ghostbusters scene lol

"I make it a rule never to get involved with posessed people....well actually, it's more of a guideline than a rule..." Bill Murray

sum more:

Catherine Zeta Jones crawling through the lasers in Entrapment

Jane March in the Lover..dear god..

Jennifer Connelly riding the pony(damn that sounds wrong) in Career Opportunities

Kelly Preston climbing into bed in Twins..

Mia Kirshner, schoolgirl outfit/pole...Exotica..mind you any of these actresses..a schoolgirl outfit..and im fine

Heather Graham, tight pants, and American Woman playing in the backgorund in Austin Powers

Halle Berry Swordfish

Nicole Kidman in anything, but eyes wide shut was nice..especially fast forwarding through it to the good parts

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30 posted 03-24-2005 02:56 PM       View Profile for Sunshine   Email Sunshine   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Sunshine's Home Page   View IP for Sunshine

Ummm...

everyone in Fried Green Tomatoes...
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Ah...

Jessica Lange in Frances Farmer...

*smiling* at Serenity...
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in the damn i wish i were him category:

Brad Pitt in Fight Club

Paul Newman in Cool Hand Luke

George Clooney, cept' Batman

Bruce Willis in Diehard

Pacino in Scent of a Woman, he's angry, bitter but he know's how to get women.(well, i got have part of that act down)

Bill Murray, not a looker but in ghostbusters and stripes, to be that calm,  and nonchalant in any situation? awesome

Harrison Ford, that smirk and all of his Han Solo lines in Empire Strikes Back

Catches Leia in his arms
Leia: "Let go"
Han: "Don't get excited"
Leia: "Captain, being held by you isn't enough to get me excited"
Han:"I'm sorry..(smirks) i haven't got time for anything else"

or

Leia: "I L#ve You"
Han: "I know"

for that matter Darth Vader, you look good in black and he can even get away with wearing a cape..who's gonna tell him it looks stupid?
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33 posted 03-24-2005 03:14 PM       View Profile for Nightshade   Email Nightshade   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Nightshade's Home Page   View IP for Nightshade

On Golden Pond - the conversation in the boat with Chelsea(Jane Fonda) and her dad (real dad Henry)....hits you right in the heart.
Same movie...Katherine Hepburn singing her camp girls song while dancing along the wooded path.


Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? - the dinner speach made by Spencer Tracey and the look on Katherine Hepburns face.


Steel Magnolia's - the cemetery scene with Sally Field's breaking and her friends all following along.
Same movie -just after her daughter has passed and Sally Fields greets her toddering little grandson with open arms. OMG.
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Ah...Katherine Hepburn...thank you Chris...

Little Women...all of Jo's parts...

In fact, Katherine Hepburn in anything...
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"Jessica Lange in Frances Farmer..."

oh yes...

I do a fair imitation of her in this scene:

"I don't want to be what you want to make me: dull, average, normal."

Man, when she says "normal" it's like she's trying to spit something nasty off of her tongue.

Love that movie.

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Do movies made for TV count?

Then add in all of "Sarah, Plain and Tall"...

Glenn Close is the hard late-19th century easterner who finds she can survive the adversities of the midwest...

and she carries her eastern accent off wonderfully!
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Some nude scenes--

There is a physically perfect blonde in "Clockwork Orange" who is there for the scientific purpose of testing Alec's (Malcom McDowell) animalistic reactions. She is such a perfect being it's surreal.

Annette Bening, does a delightfully impish (and perky) nude prance in "The Grifters".

and speaking of Annette Bening, well, she's not present in this scene from "American Beauty" but when Kevin Spacey is confronted by the visually stunning but still pubescent sight of a nude Natasha Lyonee, (is that right?) didn't we all feel the conflict? Gorgeous woman child, but a child and oh I cried as he reluctantly but rightfully passed on her offering. What a scene...what a movie.
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Ah,,,,,first,,,,,I picked up my favorite, well, one of my favorite, catch phrases from Ms. Monroe in some like it hot..."I always seem to get the fuzzy end of the lolly pop"....good stuff,,,,also
As for a took my breath away moment,,,,had to be about the whole Part 2 of silence of the lambs,,,,even if it was a different Clarise,,,,,that had to be one of the most romantic movies I've ever seen,most people think I'm sick for this thought,,,,,but,,,well,,,,,what can I say?
  I am,,,,,in many ways a disturbed individual,,,but,,,any man that would hack his own wrist off to spare the girl,,,,,THAT is romance,,,,
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The guy who plays spiderman - every so often the angle of the camera takes away his 'geeky' look - but I think its as much his character as it is his face

Many of the women on Lord of the Rings are so beautiful but don't appear to be wearing makeup

Viggo Mortensen - the way he looks at Arwin at the end of rotk
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40 posted 03-25-2005 02:25 PM       View Profile for Gentle Spirit   Email Gentle Spirit   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Gentle Spirit

Karen, you had to ask..
here goes.

Brad Pitt and the entire crew of Legends of the Fall...so many beautiful people...

Johny Depp in Chocolat

Paul Newman and Robert Redford in Butch Cassidy at the end of the move.

Robert Redford in Jeremiah Johnson......enough said....

Demi Moore in GI Jane when she says "suck my stick"

Carl Withers in Rocky

Sean Connery in Entrapment when the FBI guy asks him if she was worth it.  

Anthony Hopkins in ANYTHING and especially in the Mask of Zorro when he sees his daughter Elana again for the first time after years of prison.
  
Catherine Zeta Jones in Mask Of Zorro when she smells the flowers when arriving in California.

Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayeck in Desperado walking away during the explosion.

Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson when he's on the stand and says You Can't handle the truth in A Few Good Men.

Steven Seagull and Chuck Norris in anything....{or nothing     }

ok....

thats all for now....    
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41 posted 03-25-2005 05:02 PM       View Profile for Nightshade   Email Nightshade   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Nightshade's Home Page   View IP for Nightshade

Oooooooh!! Shawshank Redemption. The whole movie....but Morgan Freeman is one of my all time favourite actors. His calm, and cool voice makes the narration even more compelling. "I'll take that tall glass of water...."  as Andy walked by with the rest of the new prisoners. Gawd I love that movie!
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Shall We Dance - when Richard Gere comes up the elevator with the rose and then they dance. (Didn't want to see the movie 'cause I'm not a big fan of Gere or J-Lo, but I was pleasantly surprised. It unique, clean, and interesting IMO.)

Gladiator - Russell Crowe through the whole thing.

Equilibrium - Christian bale... pick a scene. And Emily Watson (Mary O'Brien in the movie) has few scenes but she is absolutely stunning in each one.

Man on Fire - Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning in the "You smiled" scene.

Return to Me - Where David Duchovny comes in and collapses on the floor, sobbing. I can hardly watch it anymore because it makes me sob so much.

The Village - Bryce Howard when she's holding her hand out in faith when everyone is telling her to close the door.

And more when I think of them...  
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This is great stuff gang... (guessing my Time Warp nostalgia got to you K?   )

I first knew I was a heterosexual when I saw Julie Newmar as Catwoman.

this may explain my subsequent attractions to 'bad' girls -- (who are actually just misguided good girls, yanno   )

"oh Catwoman, Catwoman, will you never learn? "

We could fast forward to Halle Berry in Catwoman (even though it sucked) yeah...

Regina King (in the role of Margie Hendricks) in 'Ray'
and while we're at it Kerry Washington as Della Bea

Geena Davis in Earth Girls are Easy.... and Long Kiss Goodnight

of course Susan Sarandon...in Rocky Horror

Diane Lane in.. um..  (pardon me I lost my train of thought) anything but, you fall in love with her in Lonesome Dove (I even sat through 'Tuscan Sun' but you can't prove it, I deny everything)

Elizabeth Shue in Leaving Las Vegas

Kate Hepburn in African Queen

Sean Young in Bladerunner -- there is a moment she is absolutely brilliant when she first suspects that she might be a replicant -- her bravado turns into vulnerability and, um... ok...

I'll second Raph's Connie Neilson nomination as well as most of the other ones...

Nicole Kidman.... yes, best in To Die For -- although I agree in MR there is that one moment when it stops being a show --

Jennifer Jason Leigh in FTARH the pool house scene when she props up on one elbow and ... um...

Natasha Henstridge (has she ever been in a good movie?  who cares?) Species

Rebecca Demornay in -- you know which one -- the train scene... 'I can feel it, comin in the air tonite... '

And I'm going to say Charlize Theron for Two Days in the Valley and give the nod to Terri Hatcher for that one too...

Rene Russo in Tin Cup and Thomas Crown Affair

Diane Lane in...

oops... did it again..

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Diane Lane in...Unfaithful.

The chemistry with Olivier Martinez just sizzled, Reb.

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Reb, we think alike..scary isn't it? I've got some new ones but wanted to nod at yours first

I think Julie Newmar did that for many generations of men.

Geena Davis,slaps head, of course...the fly too!

Susan Surandon in Rocky was right up their for me but durham won out..s'all good though

Sean Young in blade runner, absolutely, i thought i'd posted that?!!

and two days in the valley! The first time i'd ever heard of Charlize Theron..i'd forgotten that..how i have no idea..i'm slipping


others:

Aurore Clément in Apocalypse Now sharing her pipe and bed with Sheen in the Redux only plantation scene.

Kim Basinger in the first Batman

Elizabeth Perkins, a footbal shirt, in BIG

Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean, sure she needs to eat a sandwich or 40, but thin or not she is stunning

Naomi Watts, and a very cold room in 21 grams

Kate Hudson in Almost Famous and nothing else, absolutely melts me

Madeline Kahn, maybe a weird one for some, but not only was she hot, but made hotter because of her sense of humour especially in History of the World.

Mary McCormack as Allison Stern in Private Parts, l#ve or hate Stern it's a great movie..her smile & black bra/panty 'babymakin scene is beautiful'

btw Paul Giamatti is stellar in that one

Natalie Portman in Leon: the Professional, before anyone berates me or pins a lolita label, it's not sexual. She's simply stunning in the movie, particularly when professing her love for Leon..you knew she was going to be special, it's too bad she hasn't acted as well since


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oh oh Mia Sara in Legend(anyone else remember tha movie) or Ferris Bueller's day Off
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Robert Duvall (in anything)

Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we might as well dance.

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Robert Duval is a favorite of mine, but best in Lonesome Dove, The Apostle, and Open Range... not what I'd call a 'beautiful people' -- he makes the ordinary beautiful.

Raph, Raph, if you want great Susan Sarandon you have to go to 'The Hunger' -- with Catherine Deneuve too -- Bowie -- primo...

And lest we forget, Ursula Andress in 'Dr. NO' rising up from the tide...
Honey Ryder...

Raquel Welch in 100 Rifles (and isn't she a testament to the aging of fine wine?)

Claudia Cardinale in Once Upon a Time in the West... (ok.. I'm OLD)

Ditto's on Elizabeth Perkins -- she's always been a real charmer -- best photography of her in the remake of Miracle on 34th Street.

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Julia Roberts as "Shelby" in Steel Magnolias when she said,“I’d rather have 30 minutes of wonderful than a lifetime of nothing special.”

That particular line really sunk in for me and been have 30 minutes of wonderful twice every hour ever since.
 
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