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  1. I like this theme because of the variety of films chosen. Glad to see Robert Vaughn honored. If any group SOTM should be repeated in my opinion, it should be Stars That Died Before Their Time. It has been nearly 17 years since that theme has been done, and we lost Heath Ledger, Paul Walker, Corey Haim, Jonathan Brandis, Brittany Murphy, Natasha Richardson, Luke Perry, and Chadwick Boseman since then. All of whom died too soon. The theme should begin with the 30's and 40's (Jean Harlow, Carole Lombard) and end with the most recent (Luke Perry, Chadwick Boseman).
  2. Happy Birthday to fellow Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell! Like Nick Carter, the curly blonde haired Littrell never became a movie star. The "Quit Playing Games With My Heart" music video is by far the Backstreet Boys sexiest music video. Littrell and Nick Carter also have great chemistry. They're so cute together!
  3. We've talked about athletes (mainly Mitch Gaylord and Kurt Thomas) who failed to become movie stars but never about singers. Nick Carter is a member of the Backstreet Boys and has been with the group since he was 13. He is also by far the most handsome member of the group. (Brian Littrell comes in a close second.) Carter also released solo albums and appeared in TV movies, but he never became a movie star like former NSYNC front man, Justin Timberlake.
  4. I agree with you. I love Sarah McLachlan, so having "I Will Remember You" for the 2003 tribute was the perfect choice. Glad to see I wasn't the only one who didn't like the song choice. If you have a chance, listen to the Backstreet Boys song "Show Me The Meaning of Being Lonely" I posted in another post on this thread. It's a powerful song, and I especially like the lyric "Life goes on as it never ends." It would've been a better song choice, and you'll get what I mean after you hear it.
  5. I gave my notes about the tribute on another thread, but I'll paraphrase them here as well. Olivia got the last spot, she deserved it. Robert Conrad and songwriter Adam Schlesinger, who wrote the Oscar nominated song "That Thing You Do!" were left out. I didn't like the song chosen for the tribute. "Name" by the Goo Goo Dolls or "Show Me The Meaning of Being Lonely" by the Backstreet Boys would've been better song choices.
  6. I'm pleased your friends were remembered, yancey. Olivia got the last spot, she deserved it. Robert Conrad and songwriter Adam Schlesinger, who wrote the Oscar nominated song "That Thing You Do!" were left out. I didn't like the song chosen for this year's tribute. I have two songs that would've worked better: Goo Goo Dolls - "Name" (I suggested this song as a replacement for the 2018 tribute because it sounded like a song the Goo Goo Dolls rejected, but it eventually grew on me. Regardless, it's still a great song.) Backstreet Boys - "Show Me the Meaning of Being
  7. Paul Walker and Steve Zahn have a little fun with a CB radio during their road trip
  8. "...Baby One More Time" by Britney Spears would work best at the beginning of a teen movie. Imagine this scenario. The teen movie begins with the protagonist and their friends at their locker when the hot guy or cheerleader mesmerizes the protagonist as they walk down the hall with the song playing in the background.
  9. It would've been hysterical if Winona Ryder introduced them as the Diesels. 😉
  10. Paul Walker and his "love" Vin Diesel share a sweet and intimate moment at the MTV Movie Awards
  11. The worst film my dad has ever seen is Bio-Dome. It is brought up so often in our house that it has become a running gag. Whenever we see a bad movie, I would always joke "Is it worse than Bio-Dome?" Based on my dad's recommendation, I will never watch it, but I read some of the IMDB reviews. (I'm sure I'm the not the only one who has read IMDB reviews of bad movies.) One of the reviews says it makes the Paris Hilton movies look like Citizen Kane. Paris is no actress, but we see the humor in the review.
  12. Thanks for balancing out the Actors You Do Not Like thread with yours, TikiSoo. I didn't like Kristen Bell at first. I couldn't exactly pinpoint the reason why. (Has that ever happened to anyone?) I eventually gave her another chance and liked how cute and playful she was on-screen. (For all you Disney fans out there, Kristen Bell voices Princess Anna in the Frozen movies.) Rock Hudson was another one. At first, I thought he was one of those actors who coasted through movies with his looks. I saw Rock in Written on the Wind and Magnificent Obsession, and his performances in those mov
  13. I like Strangers on a Train and saw it a few times. It's fun and exciting to watch. The fun and excitement, Robert Walker, and Ruth Roman are the reasons for repeat viewings, not Farley. Farley is clearly the weakest of the three, and it shows.
  14. One thing I noticed about watching Statham's and Johnson's movie are they seem to be enjoying themselves. And that's a good thing. Schwarzenegger and Johnson also excel at comedy, so that makes them more well rounded. (Johnson also voiced Maui the demigod in Moana. If you haven't seen it yet, I recommend you do.) I agree with you about Vin Diesel. I haven't seen many of his movies, but he has been coasting on the growling tough guy shtick for as long as I can remember.
  15. I agree with you about Jerry Lewis. I've seen a few Martin and Lewis movies (mainly because I love Dean Martin), and Lewis is so over the top that it's cringeworthy. He also sings like Bugs Bunny. Off-camera, he was a jerk, so I guess you could fit him in the category with Mel Gibson, Jon Voight, and James Woods. The action-flick lunkheads you mentioned are from the old school. (Excuse my urban lingo.) Do you feel the same way about the current action-flick lunkheads (Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Vin Diesel, etc)?
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