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Mr Magic
I was just thinking:

Should I stop at 1998, or should I continue?

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Mr Magic
I might stop at 1999. There doesn't seem to be any point at going up to 2000.
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Vaporman87
For '98... only one movie comes to mind...



I tried so hard to like this movie. I honestly did. But it just sucks so terribly.
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bklynbren

This one was good.
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Mr Magic
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This one was good.
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Was it ever!




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Vaporman87
Small Soldiers was a good one. It felt a lot like a Joe Dante movie. Put the Gremlins in in place of the toys, and you'll understand what I mean.
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Mr Magic
The "Best Picture" Academy Award winner for 1998 was a film called Shakespeare in Love. Anyone heard of it?
Vaporman87 wrote :

Small Soldiers was a good one. It felt a lot like a Joe Dante movie. Put the Gremlins in in place of the toys, and you'll understand what I mean.
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If the Gremlins had weapons, the humans would be dead.


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Jrs1991
You should do some earlier years, i think the earliest movie thread was for 1989.

My favorites

Mulan
BASEketball
American History X
The Waterboy
Babe: Pig in the City
Small Soldiers
A Bug's Life
Pleasantville
Halloween H20
Disturbing Behavior
The Faculty
There's Something About Mary
Halloweentown
The Mighty
Saving Private Ryan
The Substitute 2: School's Out
The Wedding Singer
Richie Rich's Christmas Wish
I'll Be Home for Christmas
The Truman Show
You've Got Mail
Armageddon
Can't Hardly Wait
Brink
Black Dog
A Night at the Roxbury
Vampires
Deep Impact
The Big Lebowski
Blade
The Rugrats Movie
Slappy and the Stinkers
Half Baked
3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain
Chairman of the Board
Lethal Weapon 4
The X-Files
Mercury Rising
My Date with the President's Daughter
Patch Adams
The Parent Trap
Golf Punks
Blues Brothers 2000
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
Dr. Dolittle
Ernest in the Army
Hercules and Xena
You Lucky Dead
Bride of Chucky
Dirty Work
Jack Frost
Star Kid
Simon Birch
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Jrs1991
Vaporman87 wrote :

Small Soldiers was a good one. It felt a lot like a Joe Dante movie. Put the Gremlins in in place of the toys, and you'll understand what I mean.
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He directed it.
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Vaporman87
Jrs1991: Indeed he did.

Also, I hadn't realized that this was the year The Big Lebowski hit theaters.

I can quote so many lines from that movie, it's crazy. But my favorite is when the cop is grilling the Dude and after he's finished, he says "I wasn't listening."

Such a simple phrase, but so hilarious in the context of the scene.
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