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    Fred Ward was Remo, and Joel Grey was Chiun.
    When you're ten years old and a car drives by and splashes a puddle of water all over you, it's hard to decide if you should go to school like that or try to go home and change and probably be late. So while he was trying to decide, I drove by and splashed him again. - Jack Handey

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    my fave weird flick is "wild at heart." staying in the david lynch genre, "blue velvet" and "mulholland drive" were also bizarro and great.

    i loved "being john malkovich" and also loved "memento." that's all i've got for now.

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    HMmmmm

    Does Like Water for Chocolate count
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    Just thought of another one: "Delicatessen" - French & really weird and gross, but hilarious and romanitic and the same time (in a weird way). Anyone seen it (I know they have it at BlockBuster)?

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    Oh I think I just came up with it....about as offbeat as I get....

    and Paulie I have you to thank for it.

    It would have to be

    White Palace
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    I actually considered putting the movie poster for that flick in my av, randyandandysmom, but ol' James has company in that shot. Didn't want to start any rumors.
    When you're ten years old and a car drives by and splashes a puddle of water all over you, it's hard to decide if you should go to school like that or try to go home and change and probably be late. So while he was trying to decide, I drove by and splashed him again. - Jack Handey

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    That movie is near and dear to me.

    IT was filmed right here in St. Louis
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    my fave weird flick is "wild at heart." staying in the david lynch genre, "blue velvet" and "mulholland drive" were also bizarro and great. i loved "being john malkovich" and also loved "memento." that's all i've got for now.
    We have similar tastes, Sher. I actually have BJM and Momento on dvd.

    I saw Mulholland Drive recently and when it was over I thought to myself "I don't get it." I woke up the next morning about 3AM and it was "Aha! I think I get it!" I had to watch part of it again, but my 3AM epiphany was correct. I'm usually not so slow on the uptake!

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    Originally posted by Modesty
    Sorry, I missed you Lobeck, I was searching....
    Which John Waters? (imdb list 5 different people)
    Though I'm guessing he's done some acting perhaps, John Waters is known as a director off such offbeat films as "Female Trouble", "Pink Flamingos", "Polyester", and "Pecker". His more mainstream stuff includes "Hairspray", "Serial Mom", and "Cry Baby"...

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    I'd add "Blue Velvet" to the "offbeat" list...

    John, I just checked IMDB for the cast list of Moulin Rouge, and Gary Oldham isn't listed in the cast. The actor listed as the Duke is Richard Roxburgh (whoever that is), so now I'm really confused...

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