In my opinion this is one of the greatest movies of all time.5300cs said:
Fun in a warped kinda way, as long as you abandon all expectations of plausibility. You want a plot to make sense, you don't wanna watch this one.5300cs said:
Come on, this movie is every hookers dream.. Imagine a whole town of "John's" <G>CanadaRAM said:Fun in a warped kinda way, as long as you abandon all expectations of plausibility. You want a plot to make sense, you don't wanna watch this one.
One of the best movie lines ever. To bad it didn't make the afi list.Lyle said:It's been about a million years since I saw this. Isn't this the movie that spawned the line, "Wherever you go, there you are"?
I'll stay up and watch it tonight maybe. If I don't go to the drive in...mactastic said:It's been years since I've seen the movie... I think I've been inspired to rent it this weekend. I don't think my wife or her brother (who's coming to visit for the weekend) have seen it.
Oh I lived everywhere from Freedom to Boulder Creek. My parents live in Aptos still, but I really loved the mountains. Plus it was nice to live walking (or stumbling) Distance from the BC Brewery.highres said:lol... off topic I know but what part of S.C.? I'm up on Oceanview Ave on the West Side...but have lived all over S.C. from Corralitos to Depot Hill...
Make that 9 people.. I loved that movie but had completely forgotten about it until you just mentioned it.. The one thing I remember is the airlock scene.. Way too funnyIJ Reilly said:More than you probably ever wanted to know about Buckeroo :
Haven't seen this film since it came out, but I remember it being not quite as funny as I'd hoped or expected. An instant cult classic, though, in the tradition of Dark Star. I must be one of about eight people who've seen that one.
true that bro...it is so kine outside right now, it's about 75 degrees out and clear and sunny...gettin ready to take my daily bike ride up to the Lane and see what's happenin...Don't get me wrong I love the mountains too, I have lived up on different areas of Summit Rd, Mount Madonna and the Hazel Dell foothills in Corralitos...As you know, nothing is finer than enjoying a nice cool pint of BCB's Redwood Ale in the Redwoods of BC, getting ready for a choice band to come on (Strictly Roots, Dread Zeppelin, or any number of other local bands)...We are truly spoiled in S.C., we get the mountains and the ocean...lol...mactastic said:Oh I lived everywhere from Freedom to Boulder Creek. My parents live in Aptos still, but I really loved the mountains. Plus it was nice to live walking (or stumbling) Distance from the BC Brewery.
And when my wife and I were still dating she lived a stone's throw from what was then Henfling's. We could sit on her porch and listen to the music. Ah good times.
lol...yellow that headband is tight!...you definitely must have been an underground member of the Cult of Banzai...lol...yellow said:This is one of my all time cult favorites.
I actually have a headband from when the movie was in theaters.
It's funny how often quotes from this movie pop into my head.
Yes i can, have the Popcorn ready! What a classic with so many stars to be.5300cs said: