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Another movie I've never seen from Murray's chamber of filmography. Having watched Stripes the night before I don't know which one I liked more, but this has more substance. I felt like this guy, Phil, learns a valuable lesson and will appreciate all the little things when he finishes this endless day if that day ever arrives.
“Phil, you going to the groundhog dinner?”
“No, I had groundhog for lunch. It wasn’t bad, tasted like chicken.”
“Do you ever have Déjà vu, Mrs. Lancaster?”
“I don’t think so but I could check with the kitchen.”
A classic. I wish we got more of Ramis and Murray just shooting the shit as they did in the recruitment office. Murray plays a simple man and you feel like you've known the guy for years, then he goes in the army and you adapt the Ramis role and you can almost hear Murray go, "Let's go do this."
The army scenes were fun. Felt like this is genreless. It's a comedy, it's an action movie and a drama.
“I think you’re ready for the special Olympics.”
“No, we’re not homosexual but we’re willing to learn.”
Speechless. Don't have anything negative to say about this. By now everyone has seen it and knows how great it is, don't need to reiterate how impressive this is. Daniel Day-Lewis transforms into this greedy, stubborn, caring (on some levels) man who is never the same after he enters the oil business. He lifts himself up from the hole he dug after he breaks his leg and that is his oil baptism. Oh, and the ending is top 5 of…
My friends came over and they have never seen "Kill Bill". I was like, "That needs to change." Since "Kill BIll: Vol. 2" is one of my favorite movies of all time, watching the first one for the second time helped with my understanding of the story. Once you watch both movies and then rewatch the first one you notice subtle details, pieces of dialogue and codewords that add to the story. Undisputed as a classic and I can't wait to watch this for years to come. Uma Thurman is a BOSS!
"Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids."