Posted by E. Lane on March 10, 1999 at 14:43:23:
In Reply to: Standing By My Clams, And Not Subject To Much At All posted by Doctor Mary on March 10, 1999 at 10:32:27:
": Well, I admire MMMMarcia for standing up for her favorite movie."
Well, I don't!!!!! Things like that are supposed to be secretive, hidden, personal ... you know? ... closet skeleton material! What is this? True Confessions of LOTM foes?
And who gave you colonials leave to pass judgment anyway? It's LOTM or nothing around here, sister!
": And believe me, when Doctor Mary runs out of her favorite
: anesthetic, which is usually the cheap rotgut they peddle at
: the disreputable Bumppo's,"
Was that what you sent us for Valentine's Day???? No wonder we almost died.
" she finds a quick viewing of The
: English Patient puts 'em out like a light! Please don't hurt
: me, MMM...just kidding! Nyuk! Nyuk! Nyuk! In case you're
: wondering, while LOTM is certainly one of Doctor M's personal
: favorites for oh so many twisted reasons,"
Now that's what we like to hear! Personal, twisted, favorite things. LOTM, too? You're on a roll, Dr. M!
" one of her other
: most-treasured and often shamefully-overlooked cinematic
: treasures is The Egyptian, starring the amazingly wooden Edmund
: Purdom. This brilliant epic contains the immortal line, "You
: have bold eyes for the son of a cheesemaker!" I tell you, they
: just don't make 'em like that any more."
Ya can say that again, M! Where are those 'cheesy' lines when you really need 'em!
": Kiss! Kiss!"
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