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'what's wrong with you guys?!'


PEOPLES?!??!!? y have only 2 people, INCLUDING myself, left any comments on this movie??? it is one of the most hilarious movies i have ever seen!!!! it left me cracking up all the way through it!

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I'll reply on this thread now (almost 3 years later) just in case you still think its hilarious. I liked it alot to, great film. Its weird that it has gotten so few posts, but thats probably because it fror 1989 and not a well known film.

Somebody here has been drinking and I'm sad to say it ain't me - Allan Francis Doyle

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Without doubt this is one of the most funniest movies I have seen! Having watched ages ago, I had forgotten about it till I stumbled across it on DVD for a bargain price of only $4! I snapped it up straight away and since then, it is watched all the time!

Wah Gwarn?

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PEOPLES?!??!!? y have only 2 people, INCLUDING myself, left any comments on this movie???
Why can't you learn how to spell?

It is a great movie though.

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Got you to respond though, didn't it?

I really like the movie too - has some great lines/scenes in it and is overall very funny.

"Zombies, man. They creep me out."

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It sure got the airplay in Missoula, MT when it was being shot in the area. Practically every day there was some mention about it. Corbin Bernson got a traffic ticket which made the newspaper. Someone said it must be a slow news day for that to be on the evening news. Hey, here in Montana, when we get big time movie stars it is big news. "My brother, who works for the Sheridan Hotel, went to the airport to pick up some people and guess who he brought back?" "Who?" "Lou Diamond Phillips!!" "AKK, WHAT"S HE DOING IN TOWN!!? He's shooting that movie."
"He's staying at the Sheraton all this week Amry, you should camp out there."
My co-workers mother actually saw him signing autographs downtown.
He brought his cat out to stay with him. So said the co-worker, yuh right.
After a while, when the cast was in town the hospital held a fundraiser benefit promising "stars" and one of the contests was a lip-syncing one. (LDP lipsynced in LaBamba) woo, does that mean he'll be there? woowoo. The silent auction had a screenplay of Disorganized Crime signed by a bunch of the stars with a few sentences of welcome. Fred Gwynne drew a fish!! William Russ's words of encouragement (disparagement?) cracked me up. When they were shooting under the Higgins Avenue Bridge, traffic had to be rerouted which lead to great traffic jams, then that part landed on the cutting room floor which chagrined a few people in Missoula. The only piece of Missoula seen was when Lou Diamond Phillips backed the car up toward the dufflebags at the train station in preparation to load them into the trunk. One could see The Depot then, a restaurant converted from the railroad station years before.

The premiere of the movie, (which made the 10:00 newscast)was held in Hamilton and people lined up outside the theater. They interviewed one woman who when asked why she came, said, "To see the limosenes and the stars".

And finally, Hoyt Axton so liked the area, he moved permanently to the Bitterroot River valley. Got himself some property there.

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He lifts me clear to the sky, you know he taught me to fly.

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interesting infos,
thanks


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I just showed it to my movie group after our watching THE GREAT GATSBY. One of the group brought this one to share with us...The other four of us knew nothing about it, but we all truly enjoyed it.

Old age isn't for sissies--Bette Davis

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A 'Movie Group'...?
That would be an awesome thing to be part of!


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