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    North (1994)

    This was easily in my top 5 favorite movies as a child. And it is absolutely ripe and ready for a good ol' HDTGM Childhood Ruining.
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    America's Sweethearts (2001)

    Here's my vote for this one as well. I mean I think we can all imagine the hilarity when Jason sees Billy Crystal getting a stiffy from a Doberman at the end. That alone makes this fodder for this podcast. I've seen this movie a few times and not much really stands out but that sure does!
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    I Love Trouble (1994)

    Throwing in my vote for this one as well. I actually LOVED it as a kid when it first came out (I have no justification for this). And now... oof... and it all boils down to duh duh duh... Cancer milk! I think J J P would have a blast with this one.
  4. I would love to hear the gang's take on this gem that I adored in my childhood. It's got everything! Slapstick, murder, puns, mystery, nostalgia... I haven't seen it in years but thought of it recently and think it's got the HDTGM treatment all over it. Anyone else remember this one?
  5. Pinnochio is basically like a new born baby in a lot of ways in this movie. He doesn't know what anything is, how things work etc... yet the first day he's "alive" he follows the boys to school sits in class (no one notices or cares which is a whole topic in itself) but he knows how to lie immediately! He can barely speak coherently but somehow already knows what lies are, how to lie, and under what circumstances a person would lie...??
  6. Seems to not have made the cut on the ep but at the show Jason started in almost immediately at how weirdly pervy and sexual this movie could be and I agreed completely. The very first sentence that we hear Martin Landau speak is "This log has a will of its own." To which I could only respond, "That's what she said." This totally set the tone for me for the whole rest of this bonkers movie. So many wood puns turned double entendre. The wallpaper on Paul's Mac would attest to the perv quotient of this movie as well. Both shows were so great! 6 for 6 at Chicago shows and they just keep getting better! Thanks guys! And check out this Jason-being-a-creeper progression during our photo op, had no clue why the lady taking the photos was taking so many pictures and laughing so hard until hours later!
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