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THIRD DAY, The (1965)

next:  A movie full of irritating characters

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Grown Ups (2010).

Adam Sandler, Rob Schneider, Kevin James , and David Spade: How much worse can it get?

Next:  Yuppies

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PEEBS:  It can't get much worse than that!  :ph34r:

Yuppies . . . how 'bout VAMPIRE'S KISS (1989), a vampirish-yuppie comedy starring NICOLAS CAGE as a young up-and-coming urban professional who thinks he was bitten by a vampiress.  

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Henry and June (1990)  "Open" marriage

Next:  another movie about a writer

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The Wife (2019)

Next: Seedy district in Paris or London

 

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MONA LISA SMILE (2003) features Chris Burke.

Next: British film noir

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The Preacher's Wife (1996)

Next:  another with Denzel Washington 

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Belle de Jour (1967)

Next:  a movie with little dialogue

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Bridge of Spies (2015)

Next:  distaster

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Earthquake

Next:   The best thing about this movie is Ava  Gardner.

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We're Not Dressing (1934)

Next: Pages of a book

 

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Back to the Future (well, telephone book..)

next--funny private eye

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THE CHEAP DETECTIVE (1978)

Next:  A movie with more plot holes than a Swiss Cheese factory's daily output! 

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