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Ben Cantrick
  Date: 2006-05-26 00:53
  Subject:   Boulder Outdoor Cinema summer schedule
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These are just my personal picks, there are many more:

Friday, June 16 - Enter the Dragon
Friday, July 7 - Office Space
Friday, July 14 - Serenity (!!!)
Saturday, July 15 - Princess Bride
Friday, July 21 - The Big Lebowski
Saturday, July 22 - Ghostbusters
Friday, August 11 - Army of Darkness
Saturday, August 12 - Raiders of the Lost Ark
Friday, August 18 - Napoleon Dynamite
Saturday, August 26 - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire


http://www.boulderoutdoorcinema.com/schedule.html


Also, if we find ourselves hard-up for stuff to watch on movie nights, we might consider the "Q" episodes from ST:TNG.
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osmium_ocelot
  User: osmium_ocelot
  Date: 2006-05-26 01:22 (UTC)
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on the subject of movies, you could do a lot worse than watching "Over the Hedge". William Shatner as an overacting 'Possum is priceless. Lines like "I've got makeup on my butt and you don't even notice!" are fabulous. Sure, it's an entirely predictable animated kids' flick, but it's a harmless hour and a half of fun.
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Ben Cantrick
  User: mackys
  Date: 2006-05-26 01:24 (UTC)
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Mr. Cranky gave it only two bombs. And he generally *hates* kids movies. Definitely on the to-see list. Not this weekend, though. Group of people is getting together to see X3.
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Ashfae
  User: ashfae
  Date: 2006-05-26 10:53 (UTC)
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I'm all for Office Space. That thing was hilarious. And what would I give to still be in town for Ghostbusters!

As for the Q episodes, I concur, so long as that bedratted one with Vache or whatever-her-name-is and the crew doing Robin Hood is left out. One truly brilliant line in the thing but the rest was such muck...
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Ben Cantrick
  User: mackys
  Date: 2006-05-26 23:18 (UTC)
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Did you intentionally mean to cross-language pun? Because we know that "vache" is French for "cow." ;D

It's "Vash". ;]
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Ashfae: Vash - some kind of solitude
  User: ashfae
  Date: 2006-05-27 11:14 (UTC)
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Keyword:Vash - some kind of solitude
Nope, that was completely undeliberate. Rather appropriate, though. Except cows are rather less annoying.

And it's spelled the same as spiky-haired trenchcoat boy? Baah!
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