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Weekend Discussion Thread: Two Favorite Movies (one bad one good)

Our pal MSTie suggests:

What is a favorite movie of yours that you wish the gang had riffed, but more importantly, what’s a favorite one of yours that is so sacred to you (if any) that you’d be angry/disappointed/offended/whatever if they riffed it?

First question: St. Elmo’s Fire. Second question: The Philadelphia Story.

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Weekend Discussion Thread: Your Saturday Morning Memories

The idea for this thread came from J. Elvis, who tweeted this:

When I have memories of watching Saturday morning cartoons, this is the show onscreen:

The animated series premiered 44 years ago today, Sept. 8, 1973, on ABC.

I replied: I think I’d have to pick this.

So here’s the […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: MSTed Movie Characters that Got a Raw Deal

“Duke of Puddles” suggests:

What characters got the short end of the stick? I’m torn because while Carrie from ‘Girl from Lover’s Lane’ and the ‘marked one’ from ‘Mole People.’ They didn’t deserve to die, but WAS a life of being shackled to either Big Stupid or John Agar that much of a […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: Riff-Worthy Facial Expressions

Alert reader “Sitting Duck” opines:

In the Q&A following the sneak peak at Reptilicus, Joel stated that one of the reasons they’re not inclined to use animated films is because you don’t get the spontaneous facial expressions that are often incongruous to whatever is happening, which can occur in a live action feature. […]

Weekend Discussion Thread: Meeting MSTies in the Wild

Our pal Timmy writes:

The last two weeks, I met two MSTies in the wild (one at the Air and Space Museum and at a Lego convention). Each time, I said (I knew they were MSTies by the shirt they wore), “watch out for snakes!” So I thought: have you met a fellow […]