Very Good Movie


I really liked this movie. I thought it had tons of irony, and was very funny. If you have yet to check it out, you totally should!

"Shoot Me In A Dream, You Better Wake Up And Apologize!"

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i thought so too. this is one of my all time fav movies!!! y hasn't any one else left a comment?!

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I agree this is a very funny & underated film full of of some great lines.

"He totalled my car?!" "And my feet!"

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I agree... I have always liked this movie. I saw it when it first came out and there was only 3 of us in the whole theatre. Its a very underated movie and I laugh every time I see it.

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As most of you have already said, this a really underrated film. I saw it after flicking through the TV channels on a Saturday night about 10-11 years ago and came in about 20 minutes after the start of the movie. Not knowing what it was about and having nothing better to do, I stuck it out until the end and was rewarded with a thoroughly enjoyable film that few people are aware of.

Good cast, funny lines and a very light-hearted feel to the entire film which never takes itself too seriously.

Classic moments include:

Bill kicking open the toilet door at the service station and smacking it into the owner's face.

Nick constantly being interrupted whilst trying to confront Carlos in Frank's house.

George getting out of the pick-up truck at the station wearing overalls with his jacket and tie on.

Classic lines:

"These guy's never missed a dinner in his life" - Carlos

"What's a big time operator like you doing in a p*ss ant little town like that? all they got out here are blue skies and cow sh*t. You weren't thinking about going into cattle rustling were you?" - George

"You can chase him if you want. I'm too old to out-run a car" - Max

"Shooting at bottles ... they're not even hitting them" - Carlos

"Yes! I've got some *beep* toothpaste!" - Nick

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This is a good movie. I have it on video.

Lou Diamond Phillips blows allot of bubbles chewing bubble gum. People who blow bubbles and chomp them in their mouthes look like Lou Diamond Phillips in this movie.

So we sing La Bamba we go La Bubble. Because Lou Diamond Phillips is the bubble gum blowing crook and he played Ritchie Valens in La Bamba.

Do any of you have any sequel ideas to write down? It doesn't mean that there will be a sequel. We could just write out sequel ideas down for fanfiction.net. We could post them in the miscelanious movies category (that's if the writer of this movie allows it on fanfiction.net).

The actors who played the sheriff and Max Greene died in real life.

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I'd have Frank, Ray, Nick and Carlos rob a bank in another part of Montana. This time for $2 million.

"THE SOUND YOU HERE IS THE AIR RUSHING THROUGH MY BROTHERS HEAD"

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How bout another robbery in another out of the way state, say Utah or Wyoming.

And 2 million is funny, but should be higher for 4 (Frank wd rejoin as Max is dead now) guys-say 20 million or more. I like the country setting tho. I wouldn't want to see these guys in a city setting, tho a well written script and crisp direction could produce a winner as long

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I saw this in the theaters when it first came out and have loved it ever since. Unfortunately, I think this movie sort of fell through the cracks and most people don't know about it, because 1989 was a huge year for movies. This came out shortly before a lot of blockbusters did - "Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade", Star Trek V, and the first Batman movie with Michael Keaton, among others - so it might have gotten lost in the shuffle a little bit.

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