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    What Women Want (2000)

    My favorite role of her's is as Cheryl/Carol in Archer.
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    Johnny Mnemonic (1995)

    Hot damn! Not only does this movie have Keanu Reeves, Dolph Lundgren, and Takeshi Kitano, this movie also has Ice-T and Hammerin' Hank in it. I really hope they do this one.
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    What Women Want (2000)

    According to the IMDB trivia page. "In the scene where Mel Gibson waxes his legs in the bathroom, he actually did wax his legs, and it didn't hurt nearly as much as it hurt him in the movie. He kept taunting all the women on-set, saying,"Come on, this doesn't hurt at all!"
  4. I thoroughly enjoy this movie, I think it's Seth Green's greatest performance. And from the motorcycle jousting to Scooby Doo in gogo boots, It's bananas. That being said I think this is appropriate for HDTGM.
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    Weird Science (1985)

    It's Ferris Bueller meets I Dream of Genie but every character is a straight up creep. What other film can boast a car chase, a nuclear missile, a mutant ball monster, Robert Downey Jr. in shorts, and jive talkin' Anthony Micheal Hall. That's right, only Weird Science. This film seems as though it was both written and directed by a twelve year old from the 80s... oh and there's some computers and shit too. Here's the clip(sorry if the link doesn't work I'm new here, you can always copy/paste though).
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    Weird Science (1985)

    I wanted to love it. But alas that was not what fate had in store.
  7. I don't know I watched this movie, but it sucked.
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    Journey to the Center of the Earth (1988)

    It's not related to the Jules Verne book at all. Apparently It was two different movies spliced together. Here's the imdb page. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0097630/
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    Journey to the Center of the Earth (1988)

    If i remember correctly, I think I rented it from a library.