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    Kevin Bacon - must he play a prick in EVERY single movie?????
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    Originally posted by Michael Stumpf
    I can't believe that nobody has mentioned Paulie Shore. But then again, maybe you have been fortunate enough not to see any of his movies.
    But I loved Son in Law!!

    and as for Kevin Bacon - I hate him as "the bad guy". and when is Footloose II coming out???

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    Originally posted by KMateja

    and when is Footloose II coming out???
    I heard early 2005. The premise is that Kevin Bacon and Lori Singer settle down and raise a farm-grown family in America's breadbasket, until a tragic combine accident severs a limb. The story revolves around the trials and tribulaitons of a maimed dancer struggling for acceptance.

    The working-draft title: Footlost

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    Originally posted by bturk


    I heard early 2005. The premise is that Kevin Bacon and Lori Singer settle down and raise a farm-grown family in America's breadbasket, until a tragic combine accident severs a limb. The story revolves around the trials and tribulaitons of a maimed dancer struggling for acceptance.

    The working-draft title: Footlost
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    Tom Cruise, hands down.



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    Awww.....come on!!! You didn't find his acting in "Eyes Wide Shut" riveting!?!?!??? :p
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    Originally posted by bturk


    I heard early 2005. The premise is that Kevin Bacon and Lori Singer settle down and raise a farm-grown family in America's breadbasket, until a tragic combine accident severs a limb. The story revolves around the trials and tribulaitons of a maimed dancer struggling for acceptance.

    The working-draft title: Footlost
    You can trace almost every death in the MidWest to a farm implement of some kind. Ever see the Farmer-Homer Simpsons episode. I darn near shat myself when that tractor leaped from the corn field to trap him!

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    Originally posted by Planderella
    Awww.....come on!!! You didn't find his acting in "Eyes Wide Shut" riveting!?!?!??? :p
    LOL!


    Haven't seen it . . . thank God.

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    Originally posted by El Guapo


    You can trace almost every death in the MidWest to a farm implement of some kind. Ever see the Farmer-Homer Simpsons episode. I darn near shat myself when that tractor leaped from the corn field to trap him!

    Mmmmmm...tomacco. After Bart eats the 1st plant...

    Bart: Gimmie. I want more. [grabs back the tomato and eats it]

    Lisa: I thought you said it tasted terrible.

    Bart: It does. [grinds out the remains of the first tomato] But it's smooth and mild. [grabs another] And refreshingly addictive.
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