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Can anyone guess the two movies I have watched today?

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3 minutes ago, Wilbur said:

Doh!!  I knew it sounded like Barney and Friends.. 

I have used two avatars from the remarkably easy one today.  Plus, I have given a hint in another thread (it is a Bond movie).

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2 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

I have used two avatars from the remarkably easy one today.  Plus, I have given a hint in another thread (it is a Bond movie).

I am sorry.  I have not been paying attention since Cheese insulted me... :(   But knowing you, is "Galore" in the title? 

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3 minutes ago, Wilbur said:

I am sorry.  I have not been paying attention since Cheese insulted me... :(   But knowing you, is "Galore" in the title? 

Cheese insults are very cutting, and can easily put you off your game.  I think he needs to eat chili beans over sticky rice as penance.  Little Debbies are approved if he is contrite enough.

No Pussy Galore.  Someone is kilted.

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1 minute ago, AirwickWithCheese said:

We have. You just refused to join us...

Dr. No and Benji.   

No, still WRONG!

There have now been multiple hints.  Even a 70's TV detective could figure out at least one of the movies.  The other is incredibly easy.

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4 minutes ago, AirwickWithCheese said:

Silence of the Lambs and .......

That is one...

Congrats on the easy one, btw.  The Bond film I gave two very strong hints on, you have to puzzle it through.

2 minutes ago, AirwickWithCheese said:

Goldfinger

...WRONG!

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May I share in your thread? I watched 15 minutes of Fast Times at Ridgemont High. The best part featuring Jennifer Jason Leigh. It made me feel old and sad so I ate 3 moonpies.    :(

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22 minutes ago, Wilbur said:

 

Also WRONG!

I think there are at least ten Bond movies where people shoot at Bond while all are on skis.  A veritable avalanche of ski-shooting, and everyone misses.  Except Bond.

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8 minutes ago, AirwickWithCheese said:

May I share in your thread? I watched 15 minutes of Fast Times at Ridgemont High. The best part featuring Jennifer Jason Leigh. It made me feel old and sad so I ate 3 moonpies.    :(

NO!   

Well, ok.  I have never had a moonpie.

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You guys missed all the obvious clues.  I about said the title in the "License to kill" thread (it isn't License to Kill, as previously stated), anyone could guess the 70's tv detective was Telly "the greasball italian" Savalas, Lazenby wears a kilt, there is an avalanche.

It is like you weren't giving the forum your entire concentration for some reason.  :angry:

Congrats to Cheese, who got the easy one.  Cheese, you win the exclusive right to be the dog whenever you play Monopoly.  This is a lifetime conferral, don't let anyone else push you off of it.

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1 minute ago, Randomguy said:

You guys missed all the obvious clues.  I about said the title in the "License to kill" thread, and the 70's tv detective could figure out Telly "the greasball italian" Savalas, Lazenby wears a kilt, there is an avalanche.

It is like you weren't giving the forum your entire concentration for some reason.  :angry:

I wasn't, sorry. I wanted to talk about Jennifer Jason Leigh and growing old.  :(

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2 minutes ago, AirwickWithCheese said:

I wasn't, sorry. I wanted to talk about Jennifer Jason Leigh and growing old.  :(

Jennifer Jason Leigh is old now.  Fortunately, future generations can fap to preserved JJL for all eternity.

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1 hour ago, AirwickWithCheese said:

I don't appreciate you making fun of 1070s detective shows. They were the best and quite often relied on a tip from a streetwalker. 

Did detectives wear armor back then or just jerkins.

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