Me and the dogs stretch out on the couch most Sunday mornings for a nap, but sometimes? We tune into flicks just too good to sleep through. That we've seen 'em so many times we know the dialog? Don't matter. Our short list ~
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Now, I'm not looking for inspiration, but the pups really want some variety. Ideas?
Jesse James and Johnny Ringo will not send anyone their share of dog treats, but they really care about your opinion. Hello? My dogs are smarter than most members of Congress.
Sooo Fkn' Really
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Casablanca Dr. Strangelove The Atomic Cafe (thought I'd throw that out--anyone seen it?) Rear Window for sure Blazing Saddles (Mongo love that movie) Singing in the Rain--that's the only musical I can stand, and I love it
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Oaky, so movies I will absolutely watch if I happen to tune in (no particular order):
Zoolander The Hunt for Red October The Thing (original) Airport (original) Forbidden Planet The Day of the jackal (original) Ronin The Bourne Identity (remake)
I'll definitely second as ones I will also absolutely watch: Casablanca Groundhog Day Dr. Strangelove ("You don't think I'd go into combat with loose change in my pocket, do ya?" Casablanca Singin' in the Rain ("Dignity. Always dignity") Blazing Saddles
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