Shannon L. July 13, 2014 Share July 13, 2014 This topic garnered a lot more posts than I expected on TWoP, so I thought I'd try again here. Let's post and discuss movies (great or stupid) that we enjoyed that never seemed to gain much popularity. Two from when I was a kid that I loved, but no one I know has ever seen them are: Protocol with Goldie Hawn and Chris Sarandon. Goldie plays a ditzy blonde (again) who saves the life of a dignitary and then gets hired to work at the white house. It gave me a quote that I've used a number of times: "No, I've never been out of the country. Well, I was in Canada once, but that doesn't count because it's, like, attached." I thought it was cute. Creator with Peter O'Toole, Mariel Hemingway, Virginia Madsen and David Ogden Stiers. Basically, it's about a science professor who mentors a student while attempting to clone his wife, who died during childbirth. One of my favorite quotes from the movie: "One of these days, we're all going to look into our microscopes and find ourselves staring right into the eyes of God and the first one who blinks will lose a testicle." I found this one clever, amusing and thought provoking. Neither one were great--they'd probably go in the Stupid Movies thread, but I liked them. 1 Link to comment
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