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    I'll watch any film over and over if it's good

    One of my favourites would have to be Indiana Jones, and we can't forget The Goonies

    Quality movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rains
    I'll second that. But not the follow up.
    there was a follow up???????

    I know that after the movie first aired here in Australia that there was talk of a series but I'm not familiar with a follow up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummybear
    there was a follow up???????

    I know that after the movie first aired here in Australia that there was talk of a series but I'm not familiar with a follow up.

    Dirty Dancing2: Havana Nights (2004) The man himself made an appearance.

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    Is Dirty Dancing 2 any good? I haven't seen it and just assumed it wouldn't be worth watching since you can't really improve upon the original.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rains
    Dirty Dancing2: Havana Nights (2004) The man himself made an appearance.
    I had no idea. I will have to look at it just for the sake of curiosity.

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    From what I can recall, I saw 5 minutes of it and then went to bed... I think it was that, but who knows.. could have been dusk till dawn 2 :P

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    I have watched the first three Star Wars (episodes 4, 5, & 6) more than any other movie. I also watch the Start Trek movies any time they're on. I agree with the above choices too. Somewhere in Time always makes me cry.

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    My cousin is David Warner, (3rd cousin). He was in two of the Star Trek movies

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    The Warriors. It was a low budget film and it's probably not for everybody, but I love it. The acting was surprisingly good, and the performances are memorable. The film, itself, has a dreamlike quality that I think makes it timeless.

    I understand a remake is in the works, and I think Vin Diesel is supposed to play Swan. It'll be interesting to see if it's as good as the original. I doubt it will be, but I guess we'll see.

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    Labyrinth! Dark Crystal! Goonies! ET! Never Ending Story! Ewoks! Star Wars! And any muppet movie....they crack me up ...oh and Pretty Woman - love that movie...and Ghost....ah gees, too many.

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