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    Oh...two more off-beat movies:

    Best in Show
    Waiting for Guffman

    Sometimes I wonder how many movies I've seen....
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    - Brazil
    - Airplane
    - Clue
    - Rat Race
    - Eating Raoul
    - Blue Velvet
    - Being John Malkovich
    - Polyester
    - Soylent Green
    - Memento
    - Delicatessen
    - Grosse Pointe Blank
    - The Crying Game
    - Best in Show

    WTG Bill!! Best in Show was about the funniest I've seen in ages - I was literally in the theatre!
    If you want to put "The Full Monty" on the list, I'm with you too
    The other ones you mentioned I haven't seen
    British comedy's require a lot of attention to keep up with the dialog
    I think *any* off-beat movie require a lot of attention... (that's my qualifier )

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    Best in Show, for sure! We have that DVD and never get tired of seeing it! Just thinking about Catherine O'Hara at the end (walking up to Eugene Levy) makes me !

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    - Brazil
    - Airplane
    - Clue
    - Rat Race
    - Eating Raoul
    - Blue Velvet
    - Being John Malkovich
    - Polyester
    - Soylent Green
    - Memento
    - The Big Lebowski
    - Barfly
    - Better off dead
    - 8 heads in a duffle bag
    - Angel heart

    C'mon! there have GOT to be more out there!

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    Spoo: Sorry... new list:

    - Brazil
    - Airplane
    - Clue
    - Rat Race
    - Eating Raoul
    - Blue Velvet
    - Being John Malkovich
    - Polyester
    - Soylent Green
    - Memento
    - The Big Lebowski
    - Barfly
    - Better off dead
    - 8 heads in a duffle bag
    - Angel heart
    - Delicatessen
    - Grosse Pointe Blank
    - The Crying Game
    - Best in Show

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    I thought Guffman was superior to Best In Show, but they're both good. Bill, you and I have very similar tastes in movies. Lock, Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels was very enjoyable, as was Snatch.

    I'd put Heathers as a top offbeat movie, too. I don't see it on the list. There are so many classic lines from that movie.

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    I would like to put a plug in for Repo Man. Anyone else see it?

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    I've seen Repo Man, with Emilio Estevez....or is it Emilio Sheen? I get them more mixed up than the Baldwin brothers.

    Paulie: I agree that Guffman is even better than Best in Show, but they both have me rolling on the floor.

    Here's another:

    Drop Dead Gorgeous

    It has Kirsti Alley, Kirsten Dunst, and Denise Richards. Three people I usually would not turn to for entertainment of the laughing variety, but that movie just cracks me up. Has anyone else seen it?
    "George Oscar Bluth II, aka GOB, featured magician in the best selling videotape, "Girls With Low Self Esteem" invites you to enter his world.
    -- Arrested Development, Season III

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    I've seen DDG, Bill, and I agree...it is hysterical!

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    List update...
    - Brazil
    - Airplane
    - Clue
    - Rat Race
    - Eating Raoul
    - Blue Velvet
    - Being John Malkovich
    - Polyester
    - Soylent Green
    - Memento
    - The Big Lebowski
    - Barfly
    - Better off dead
    - 8 heads in a duffle bag
    - Angel heart
    - Delicatessen
    - Grosse Pointe Blank
    - The Crying Game
    - Best in Show
    - Waiting for Guffman
    - Drop Dead Gorgeous

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