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In "Pulp Fiction" he was at the celebrity look-alike diner with Uma Thurman, sitting in a booth built from a '50s car. They entered a dance contest together to the tune of "You Can Never Tell" by Chuck Berry:

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[sign in to see URL] was John Travolta, not Christopher Walken.

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[sign in to see URL] Christopher Walken isn't John Travolta ugly...

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No he was Sgt Koons eplaining to a young Bruce Willis how he kept his fathers watch where the sun dont shine for 2 years while in enemy camp
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Sorry, brain [sign in to see URL] read dancing and Pulp Fiction and put the square peg in the round hole.
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He may have done a little dance off camera when he shot Dennis Hopper in the head.. one of the great exchanges of insults in history IMO
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Watched "The Monuments Men" with George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman and Cate Blanchett last night. It was quite a good little movie. I'm sorry it didn't get more play while it was in the theaters, it certainly deserved it. Although he's certainly not hard on the eyes, it can get a little tiresome with Clooney basically playing himself all the time, but the others in the film gave great performances, including Blanchett who was awesome as always. And we got surprisingly nuanced performances from both Bill Murray and John Goodman. The story itself was compelling as this group of art historians, architects and other art experts traveled into a war zone to save the world's great artworks from the Nazis. Parts of it gave me the chills and parts made me tear up, but all of it got me thinking, which is what good writing, and acting, should do.

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quite the cast of actors in that one...

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Strain your brain if you haven't watched it in many years, but think about "The Maltese Falcon". It was the movie that pretty much catapulted Humphrey Bogart to star status.

I saw it uninterrupted this weekend and I found his portrayal cartoonish, either too slick or too rapidly violent without really showing who he was. I also could not believe for a minute the love interest with Mary Astor.

Don't get me wrong. Bogart is a legend and put together a number of wonderful performances, but wow, this movie just didn't do it for me.
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That was a really good movie Sue, I agree on everything you said..
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