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Date: 13 Jan 2009 19:43:04
From: Mr Bungle 34
Subject: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
Just watched this, it's starring De Niro and Pacino. The reviews on it
were pretty bad and maybe low expectations allowed me to enjoy this
much more than I would have if I knew nothing except it was a movie
with Bobby and Al Co-Headlining. At any rate, I wish I could have seen
these guys work together 30 years ago but this thing is still worth
checking out....




 
Date: 14 Jan 2009 21:37:57
From: funky cold medina
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 14, 6:49=A0am, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net > wrote:
> "charrison100" <a11f...@webnntp.invalid> wrote in message
>
> news:1s9146xslo.ln2@recgroups.com...
>
>
>
> > On Jan 14 2009 8:16 AM, Irish Mike wrote:
>
> >> Looked like the same place to me. =A0Of course, he probably wouldn't b=
e the
> >> first tour guide who ever lied to a tourist. =A0Although a lot of Holl=
ywood
> >> flicks do film in Canada in cities like Vancouver because it's cheaper
> >> and
> >> easier to manage. =A0Tried to go to the movie data base to find where =
the
> >> bank
> >> robbery scene from "Heat" was filmed but couldn't find it. =A0Although=
I
> >> did
> >> do a search of movies filmed in Winnipeg and "Heat" didn't show up.
> >> However, that still doesn't mean a scene or two could not have been
> >> filmed
> >> there. =A0Who knows?
>
> >> Irish Mike
>
> > you are right about a lot of movies being filmed in part in Canada
> > Toronto, Vancouver are 2 of the big options.
>
> > Unfortunately the guy was misinformed. IMDB lists the locations.
>
> >http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113277/locations
>
> > Chris
>
> Thanks bucko - I stand corrected. =A0Next time I'm in Winnipeg I'll track=
down
> that lying tour guide, beat him to death and shoot his dog. =A0(Just kidd=
ing
> about the dog). =A0For some strange reason, I always enjoy seeing the pla=
ces
> where movies were filmed. =A0We should start a thread about this.
>
> Irish Mike
> ____________________________
>
> > looking for a better newsgroup-reader? -www.recgroups.com

When possible and on limited budget -- they like to shoot in Canada,
they can get around the unions and save $$. The entire Stargate
series was shot/produced there. There's a thriving mini-entertainment
mecca in Canada now, the Toronto film festival has become a player
with influence. That said, the majority of films are still shot in
LA; the industry is located here and an infrastructure is in place.

I-wuzz is correct, HEAT was filmed in LA. The bank shoot-out was
staged downtown close to the main library.


  
Date: 15 Jan 2009 08:23:46
From: John_Brian_K
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
> with influence. That said, the majority of films are still shot in
> LA; the industry is located here and an infrastructure is in place.

Watch out muthafuckas:

http://www.wxmi.com/pages/news_landing_page/?Major-Movie-Studio-in-Detroit=1&blockID=178791&feedID=296

BTW I went to school with the mayors son. What a flashback when I read
the article and saw his name (he is a junior)

========================================
You must not think me necessarily foolish because I am facetious,
nor will I consider you necessarily wise because you are grave.
========
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Date: 14 Jan 2009 07:04:54
From: StinkFist
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 14, 8:49=A0am, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net > wrote:
> "charrison100" <a11f...@webnntp.invalid> wrote in message
>
> news:1s9146xslo.ln2@recgroups.com...
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Jan 14 2009 8:16 AM, Irish Mike wrote:
>
> >> Looked like the same place to me. =A0Of course, he probably wouldn't b=
e the
> >> first tour guide who ever lied to a tourist. =A0Although a lot of Holl=
ywood
> >> flicks do film in Canada in cities like Vancouver because it's cheaper
> >> and
> >> easier to manage. =A0Tried to go to the movie data base to find where =
the
> >> bank
> >> robbery scene from "Heat" was filmed but couldn't find it. =A0Although=
I
> >> did
> >> do a search of movies filmed in Winnipeg and "Heat" didn't show up.
> >> However, that still doesn't mean a scene or two could not have been
> >> filmed
> >> there. =A0Who knows?
>
> >> Irish Mike
>
> > you are right about a lot of movies being filmed in part in Canada
> > Toronto, Vancouver are 2 of the big options.
>
> > Unfortunately the guy was misinformed. IMDB lists the locations.
>
> >http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113277/locations
>
> > Chris
>
> Thanks bucko - I stand corrected. =A0Next time I'm in Winnipeg I'll track=
down
> that lying tour guide, beat him to death and shoot his dog. =A0(Just kidd=
ing
> about the dog). =A0For some strange reason, I always enjoy seeing the pla=
ces
> where movies were filmed. =A0We should start a thread about this.
>
> Irish Mike
> ____________________________
>
>
>
> > looking for a better newsgroup-reader? -www.recgroups.com- Hide quoted =
text -
>
> - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

The Field of Dreams movie site is pretty cool....


 
Date: 14 Jan 2009 00:11:50
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.

"Mr Bungle 34" <michael_grove34@hotmail.com > wrote in message
news:8aceeed3-0913-462f-a05a-dee32cbd86a8@x14g2000yqk.googlegroups.com...
> Just watched this, it's starring De Niro and Pacino. The reviews on it
> were pretty bad and maybe low expectations allowed me to enjoy this
> much more than I would have if I knew nothing except it was a movie
> with Bobby and Al Co-Headlining. At any rate, I wish I could have seen
> these guys work together 30 years ago but this thing is still worth
> checking out....

I agree - well worth the time if for no other reason than seeing Pachino and
Deniro work together again.
Last time I saw them together in a crime film was "Heat", which was also a
good flick. Interesting point (to me any way) about "Heat". I was in
Winnipeg a couple of years ago, waiting to get a charter flight out to a
fishing camp in the Northwest Territories the next morning. I decided to
take a tour of Winnipeg and hired a local guide to drive me around. I
thought I saw the street where they filmed the bank robbery scene in "Heat"
and asked the tour guide. He confirmed that the scene was filmed there in
downtown Winnipeg. I also played in a local $15/$30 poker game with some
really bizarre rules but that's another story.

Irish Mike




  
Date: 13 Jan 2009 22:26:57
From: IHeartWuzzy
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 14 2009 12:11 AM, Irish Mike wrote:

> Interesting point (to me any way) about "Heat".

Drinking again... eh, Mike?

> I thought I saw the street where they filmed the bank robbery scene in "Heat"

LOL

> and asked the tour guide.

Yes, Mike... we're all aware that alcoholics like yourself have "imaginary
friends".

>He confirmed that the scene was filmed there in downtown Winnipeg.

"HEAT" was filmed in L.A./other parts of Cali, Mike.

Perhaps you shoulda asked the pink elephant before you had another drink
with your, ah, er, "tour guide"...

I think from now on RGP should just refer to you as "Otis from Mayberry".

>I also played in a local $15/$30 poker game with some really bizarre rules
but that's another story.

Well hell, numbnuts... whatta ya waiting for?

Just keep pounding 'em down and make up your story already... we're all
use to your bullshit by now.
>
> Irish Mike a.k.a. Otis from Mayberry

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Date: 15 Jan 2009 05:12:16
From: scube
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
In article <h6d046xc7m.ln2@recgroups.com >, "IHeartWuzzy"
<a55120d@webnntp.invalid > wrote:
>On Jan 14 2009 12:11 AM, Irish Mike wrote:

<snip >

>>I also played in a local $15/$30 poker game with some really bizarre rules
>but that's another story.
>
>Well hell, numbnuts... whatta ya waiting for?
>
>Just keep pounding 'em down and make up your story already... we're all
>use to your bullshit by now.

Hold on there, bucko, he may be telling the truth. In Winnipeg there are only
two places to play poker legally. The first is Club Regent. They have both
limit and no limit hold 'em. But if he went to McPhillips Street Station then
his only option would have been to play a game called Texas hold 'em Bonus,
and it is a rather silly game.

Here are the rules:

Texas Hold’em Bonus

Texas Hold’em Bonus is an exciting, new game that is based on popular Texas
Hold’em Poker. To play, you must make the Ante wager, after which you will
then be dealt two cards. Once you receive your two hole cards you can either
fold or bet 2X your Ante. The dealer then reveals the three-card flop. You now
have a choice to either check or place a bet equal to your Ante. The dealer
then reveals the fourth community card and you have the option again to either
check or place a bet equal to your Ante. Finally the fifth card is revealed,
no more bets are accepted and the dealer turns over all the cards and makes
the best five-card hand. The dealer then reveals his two hole cards and
announces his hand. If your hand is higher than the dealer’s hand, you win
even money on all bets, and in some cases, the Ante as well. You must have a
Straight or better to be paid even money on the Ante. Otherwise, the Ante
pushes.


   
Date: 14 Jan 2009 08:16:20
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
Looked like the same place to me. Of course, he probably wouldn't be the
first tour guide who ever lied to a tourist. Although a lot of Hollywood
flicks do film in Canada in cities like Vancouver because it's cheaper and
easier to manage. Tried to go to the movie data base to find where the bank
robbery scene from "Heat" was filmed but couldn't find it. Although I did
do a search of movies filmed in Winnipeg and "Heat" didn't show up.
However, that still doesn't mean a scene or two could not have been filmed
there. Who knows?

Irish Mike


"IHeartWuzzy" <a55120d@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:h6d046xc7m.ln2@recgroups.com...
> On Jan 14 2009 12:11 AM, Irish Mike wrote:
>
>> Interesting point (to me any way) about "Heat".
>
> Drinking again... eh, Mike?
>
>> I thought I saw the street where they filmed the bank robbery scene in
>> "Heat"
>
> LOL
>
>> and asked the tour guide.
>
> Yes, Mike... we're all aware that alcoholics like yourself have "imaginary
> friends".
>
>>He confirmed that the scene was filmed there in downtown Winnipeg.
>
> "HEAT" was filmed in L.A./other parts of Cali, Mike.
>
> Perhaps you shoulda asked the pink elephant before you had another drink
> with your, ah, er, "tour guide"...
>
> I think from now on RGP should just refer to you as "Otis from Mayberry".
>
>>I also played in a local $15/$30 poker game with some really bizarre rules
> but that's another story.
>
> Well hell, numbnuts... whatta ya waiting for?
>
> Just keep pounding 'em down and make up your story already... we're all
> use to your bullshit by now.
>>
>> Irish Mike a.k.a. Otis from Mayberry
>
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Date: 14 Jan 2009 08:57:39
From: BillB
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.

"Irish Mike" <mjostar@ameritech.net > wrote in message
news:GAlbl.1146$PE4.930@nlpi061.nbdc.sbc.com...

> Looked like the same place to me. Of course, he probably wouldn't be the
> first tour guide who ever lied to a tourist.

Winnipegers do not lie. They are, however, the most agreeable people on
earth (that's why I never fit in). If a guest says he thinks Heat was filmed
in Winnipeg, then yes, it *was* filmed in Winnipeg -- at least for the
duration of his visit.

fwiw, I was living in Winnipeg when this film would have been shot....I
think I probably would have known about it.






     
Date: 14 Jan 2009 09:16:40
From: FellKnight
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 14 2009 11:57 AM, BillB wrote:

> "Irish Mike" <mjostar@ameritech.net> wrote in message
> news:GAlbl.1146$PE4.930@nlpi061.nbdc.sbc.com...
>
> > Looked like the same place to me. Of course, he probably wouldn't be the
> > first tour guide who ever lied to a tourist.
>
> Winnipegers do not lie. They are, however, the most agreeable people on
> earth (that's why I never fit in). If a guest says he thinks Heat was filmed
> in Winnipeg, then yes, it *was* filmed in Winnipeg -- at least for the
> duration of his visit.
>
> fwiw, I was living in Winnipeg when this film would have been shot....I
> think I probably would have known about it.

You lived in Winterpeg? No wonder you turned into such a bitter fuck!

Fell
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Date: 14 Jan 2009 09:25:36
From: charrison100
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 14 2009 12:16 PM, FellKnight wrote:

> On Jan 14 2009 11:57 AM, BillB wrote:
>
> > "Irish Mike" <mjostar@ameritech.net> wrote in message
> > news:GAlbl.1146$PE4.930@nlpi061.nbdc.sbc.com...
> >
> > > Looked like the same place to me. Of course, he probably wouldn't be
the
> > > first tour guide who ever lied to a tourist.
> >
> > Winnipegers do not lie. They are, however, the most agreeable people on
> > earth (that's why I never fit in). If a guest says he thinks Heat was
filmed
> > in Winnipeg, then yes, it *was* filmed in Winnipeg -- at least for the
> > duration of his visit.
> >
> > fwiw, I was living in Winnipeg when this film would have been shot....I
> > think I probably would have known about it.
>
> You lived in Winterpeg? No wonder you turned into such a bitter fuck!
>
> Fell
> --
> Be Loud. Be Proud. Be Considerate!

Too much time at Portage and Main.

Chris

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Date: 15 Jan 2009 05:15:05
From: scube
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
In article <gpj146xgpp.ln2@recgroups.com >, "charrison100"
<a11faea@webnntp.invalid > wrote:

<snip >

>> > fwiw, I was living in Winnipeg when this film would have been shot....I
>> > think I probably would have known about it.
>>
>> You lived in Winterpeg? No wonder you turned into such a bitter fuck!
>>
>> Fell
>> --
>> Be Loud. Be Proud. Be Considerate!
>
>Too much time at Portage and Main.
>
>Chris

Fell is under the impression Canada is a metric country so you can feed that
fish any line you like and I know he'll bite. I however have lived in Winnipeg
all my life and when I hear someone say shit like that it makes me question
whether they've spent even a second of their life here.

Too much time at Portage and Main? That makes no sense at all.


        
Date: 15 Jan 2009 06:21:10
From: charrison100
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 15 2009 12:15 AM, scube wrote:

> In article <gpj146xgpp.ln2@recgroups.com>, "charrison100"
> <a11faea@webnntp.invalid> wrote:
>
> <snip>
>
> >> > fwiw, I was living in Winnipeg when this film would have been shot....I
> >> > think I probably would have known about it.
> >>
> >> You lived in Winterpeg? No wonder you turned into such a bitter fuck!
> >>
> >> Fell
> >> --
> >> Be Loud. Be Proud. Be Considerate!
> >
> >Too much time at Portage and Main.
> >
> >Chris
>
> Fell is under the impression Canada is a metric country so you can feed that
> fish any line you like and I know he'll bite. I however have lived in
Winnipeg
> all my life and when I hear someone say shit like that it makes me question
> whether they've spent even a second of their life here.
>
> Too much time at Portage and Main? That makes no sense at all.

Isn't portage and main the windiest location in the country? That' what i
was told. By point was that if that was the only part of the city he saw
then he didn;t see enough. I have been there on business trips and seen a
bit of the city but the last time i was near there I took the bypass.

http://picture.destinationwinnipeg.ca/winners/233

Chris

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Date: 17 Jan 2009 05:48:33
From: scube
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
In article <mbt346xes2.ln2@recgroups.com >, "charrison100"
<a11faea@webnntp.invalid > wrote:

<snip >

>> Too much time at Portage and Main? That makes no sense at all.
>
>Isn't portage and main the windiest location in the country? That' what i
>was told. By point was that if that was the only part of the city he saw
>then he didn;t see enough. I have been there on business trips and seen a
>bit of the city but the last time i was near there I took the bypass.
>
>http://picture.destinationwinnipeg.ca/winners/233
>
>Chris

I owe you an apology. I thought it was you who claimed to have lived in
Winnipeg but on second glance I see that it was Bill who spent time here. My
apologies for the confusion.

You are correct about the intersection being dubbed the windiest corner in
Canada. However if you want to make your way across the street you would have
to go underground to Winnipeg Square where the temperature is quite
comfortable in order to reach your destination. Portage and Main has been
closed to pedisterian traffic for nearly 30 years.

http://www.planetware.com/winnipeg/winnipeg-square-portage-main-cdn-mb-mbws.
htm


          
Date: 18 Jan 2009 16:16:56
From: charrison100
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 17 2009 12:48 AM, scube wrote:

> In article <mbt346xes2.ln2@recgroups.com>, "charrison100"
> <a11faea@webnntp.invalid> wrote:
>
> <snip>
>
> >> Too much time at Portage and Main? That makes no sense at all.
> >
> >Isn't portage and main the windiest location in the country? That' what i
> >was told. By point was that if that was the only part of the city he saw
> >then he didn;t see enough. I have been there on business trips and seen a
> >bit of the city but the last time i was near there I took the bypass.
> >
> >http://picture.destinationwinnipeg.ca/winners/233
> >
> >Chris
>
> I owe you an apology. I thought it was you who claimed to have lived in
> Winnipeg but on second glance I see that it was Bill who spent time here. My
> apologies for the confusion.
>
> You are correct about the intersection being dubbed the windiest corner in
> Canada. However if you want to make your way across the street you would
have
> to go underground to Winnipeg Square where the temperature is quite
> comfortable in order to reach your destination. Portage and Main has been
> closed to pedisterian traffic for nearly 30 years.
>
> http://www.planetware.com/winnipeg/winnipeg-square-portage-main-cdn-mb-mbws.
> htm

The last time I was there it was the end of January. I booked a hotel
attached to the underground and the office was as well. It was fantastic
and it was built and is cared for a lot better the the underground in
Toronto.

The first time I ever stood out there was when I was a smoker and that is
when I noticed there is no way for a pedestrian to cross. Took me a few
minutes to figure out how to get across the street.

Chris

"NO! I want this shit to STOP! Right NOW! Nobody takes me serious
anymore." - Paul
Popinjay, 01/16/2009

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Date: 15 Jan 2009 09:18:44
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.

"scube" <scube@doobie.com > wrote in message
news:sDzbl.89924$zJ2.72597@newsfe23.iad...
> In article <gpj146xgpp.ln2@recgroups.com>, "charrison100"
> <a11faea@webnntp.invalid> wrote:
>
> <snip>
>
>>> > fwiw, I was living in Winnipeg when this film would have been
>>> > shot....I
>>> > think I probably would have known about it.
>>>
>>> You lived in Winterpeg? No wonder you turned into such a bitter fuck!
>>>
>>> Fell
>>> --
>>> Be Loud. Be Proud. Be Considerate!
>>
>>Too much time at Portage and Main.
>>
>>Chris
>
> Fell is under the impression Canada is a metric country so you can feed
> that
> fish any line you like and I know he'll bite. I however have lived in
> Winnipeg
> all my life and when I hear someone say shit like that it makes me
> question
> whether they've spent even a second of their life here.
>
> Too much time at Portage and Main? That makes no sense at all.

I've played in both of the poker rooms in Winnipeg. The one I referred to
in my post was the one where the poker room was in a "library-like" setting.
They were playing $10/$20 but when my mate and I sat down they asked if we
wanted to switch up to $15/$30 and we said fine. Nice guys, won some money,
had a good time. The rule I was referring to was written and posted. It
said that no player could hide their eyes from another player - so no sun
glasses allowed. That was the first time I had ever seen that rule. I
think they also had a "bill-drop-slot" on the poker table like you usually
see on a black jack or pit game table. Next time I was in Winnipeg I played
in the other poker room (I'm too lazy to go look up whether it was Regent or
McPhillips Street). Any way, it was a smaller room and I think the highest
they spread was $3/$6 or $4/$8. Again, nice guys and an enjoyable game. I
think they told me that the bigger "library-like" poker room had since
closed. I asked why and the guy said the locals didn't want to pay the rake
and had started private and home games instead. Winnipeg is a nice city
with great fishing right out your back door. Don't think I'd care to spend
the winter there though. I usually spend the afternoon and night in
Winnipeg and then get a charter flight to the NWT fishing camp in the
morning. Although on one trip, I rented a car when I was done with the
fishing trip and drove from Winnipeg to Regina, Sask. to play some poker at
Casino Regina. But that's another story.

Irish Mike




        
Date: 15 Jan 2009 03:49:31
From: FellKnight
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 15 2009 12:15 AM, scube wrote:

> In article <gpj146xgpp.ln2@recgroups.com>, "charrison100"
> <a11faea@webnntp.invalid> wrote:
>
> <snip>
>
> >> > fwiw, I was living in Winnipeg when this film would have been shot....I
> >> > think I probably would have known about it.
> >>
> >> You lived in Winterpeg? No wonder you turned into such a bitter fuck!
> >>
> >> Fell
> >> --
> >> Be Loud. Be Proud. Be Considerate!
> >
> >Too much time at Portage and Main.
> >
> >Chris
>
> Fell is under the impression Canada is a metric country so you can feed that
> fish any line you like and I know he'll bite. I however have lived in
Winnipeg
> all my life and when I hear someone say shit like that it makes me question
> whether they've spent even a second of their life here.
>
> Too much time at Portage and Main? That makes no sense at all.

Are you quite well? It sounds like the cold has addled your brains.

BTW, I have been through Winnipeg a few times, but am not silly enough to
stay. One of your only redeeming features is the Curling museum.

Fell
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Date: 17 Jan 2009 05:36:31
From: scube
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
In article <bfk346x2b2.ln2@recgroups.com >, "FellKnight"
<jordandevenport@hotmail.com > wrote:

<snip >

>> Too much time at Portage and Main? That makes no sense at all.
>
>Are you quite well? It sounds like the cold has addled your brains.
>
>BTW, I have been through Winnipeg a few times, but am not silly enough to
>stay. One of your only redeeming features is the Curling museum.
>
>Fell

It appears you had the same tour guide as Mike.

Next time you make your way to this part of the country give me a shout-out a
day or two in advance and I could let you know what's going on. There's always
something to do.

BTW, if you don't mind me asking, where do you live?


          
Date: 17 Jan 2009 06:32:26
From: FellKnight
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 17 2009 12:36 AM, scube wrote:

> In article <bfk346x2b2.ln2@recgroups.com>, "FellKnight"
> <jordandevenport@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> <snip>
>
> >> Too much time at Portage and Main? That makes no sense at all.
> >
> >Are you quite well? It sounds like the cold has addled your brains.
> >
> >BTW, I have been through Winnipeg a few times, but am not silly enough to
> >stay. One of your only redeeming features is the Curling museum.
> >
> >Fell
>
> It appears you had the same tour guide as Mike.
>
> Next time you make your way to this part of the country give me a shout-out
a
> day or two in advance and I could let you know what's going on. There's
always
> something to do.
>
> BTW, if you don't mind me asking, where do you live?

I currently live in Kingston, ON. I grew up in Ottawa (which was far too
cold for my liking). I spent several years out west, living in Comox on
Vancouver island, and in Abbotsford and Coquitlam in the Greater Vancouver
area, as well as a short time in Arizona.

Fell
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Date: 18 Jan 2009 05:50:37
From: scube
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
In article <qo6946xnpr.ln2@recgroups.com >, "FellKnight"
<jordandevenport@hotmail.com > wrote:

<snip >

>> BTW, if you don't mind me asking, where do you live?
>
>I currently live in Kingston, ON. I grew up in Ottawa (which was far too
>cold for my liking). I spent several years out west, living in Comox on
>Vancouver island, and in Abbotsford and Coquitlam in the Greater Vancouver
>area, as well as a short time in Arizona.

Ah, yes, the infamous Arizona trip. I think we all know how that turned out.
You have my deepest condolences.

Hopefully I'll see you at an RGP home game soon. Thanks.


            
Date: 18 Jan 2009 02:17:41
From: Travel A
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
For Newbies: "The Pant Shitting Knight" had a discount, used panty store
in Arizona with Tanya for a while.



         
Date: 15 Jan 2009 07:59:21
From: BillB
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.

"FellKnight" <jordandevenport@hotmail.com > wrote in message
news:bfk346x2b2.ln2@recgroups.com...

> BTW, I have been through Winnipeg a few times, but am not silly enough to
> stay. One of your only redeeming features is the Curling museum.

pfffft...Winnipeg is an awesome city. Tons to do. Great restaurants,
entertainment, architecture, and the nicest, least pretentious people you
will ever meet. If it wasn't for the extreme cold in the winter and the
mosquitoes in the summer I'd probably still be there. Both my wife and I
look back on the 4 years we spent there with great fondness.




          
Date: 15 Jan 2009 09:55:31
From: FellKnight
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 15 2009 10:59 AM, BillB wrote:

> If it wasn't for the extreme cold in the winter and the
> mosquitoes in the summer

EXACTLY

Fell
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Date: 17 Jan 2009 05:34:10
From: scube
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
In article <jt9446x995.ln2@recgroups.com >, "FellKnight"
<jordandevenport@hotmail.com > wrote:
>On Jan 15 2009 10:59 AM, BillB wrote:
>
>> If it wasn't for the extreme cold in the winter and the
>> mosquitoes in the summer
>
>EXACTLY
>
>Fell

Parka. Touque. Gloves. Problem solved.

As for mosquitoes last summer I took my dog to the park just about every day
and the number of times I was bitten could be counted on one hand. Not once
did I use mosquito repellent. It's also a myth that mosquitoes here are large
enough to carry away a small child. It's all bullshit. Don't believe
everything you read.


            
Date: 19 Jan 2009 07:19:53
From: charrison100
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 17 2009 12:34 AM, scube wrote:

> In article <jt9446x995.ln2@recgroups.com>, "FellKnight"
> <jordandevenport@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >On Jan 15 2009 10:59 AM, BillB wrote:
> >
> >> If it wasn't for the extreme cold in the winter and the
> >> mosquitoes in the summer
> >
> >EXACTLY
> >
> >Fell
>
> Parka. Touque. Gloves. Problem solved.
>
> As for mosquitoes last summer I took my dog to the park just about every day
> and the number of times I was bitten could be counted on one hand. Not once
> did I use mosquito repellent. It's also a myth that mosquitoes here are
large
> enough to carry away a small child. It's all bullshit. Don't believe
> everything you read.

June of 2005 the wife dog and I are driving across the country. We decide
to pull off the road to sleep in a few places. One was 30 mins west of
Winnipeg. Let the dog out for a pee settle in to the back for a nap. the
car got too hot with the windows up so we cracked them. the buzzing and
biting were so bad we went back to Winnipeg, found a 24 pharmacy and
rented a hotel room. The poor dog was so bothered in the car that he was
trying to bite the mosquito's while they were flying in the air.

Maybe it was a bad season.

Chris

"NO! I want this shit to STOP! Right NOW! Nobody takes me serious
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Date: 20 Jan 2009 05:31:38
From: scube
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
In article <p9ie46x7ui.ln2@recgroups.com >, "charrison100"
<a11faea@webnntp.invalid > wrote:

<snip >

>June of 2005 the wife dog and I are driving across the country. We decide
>to pull off the road to sleep in a few places. One was 30 mins west of
>Winnipeg. Let the dog out for a pee settle in to the back for a nap. the
>car got too hot with the windows up so we cracked them. the buzzing and
>biting were so bad we went back to Winnipeg, found a 24 pharmacy and
>rented a hotel room. The poor dog was so bothered in the car that he was
>trying to bite the mosquito's while they were flying in the air.
>
>Maybe it was a bad season.

Maybe it was bad timing.

In 2005 the city hired a new entomologist. His environmently friendly approach
to control the mosquito population ended in disaster. "More larviciding!", he
yelled. "More dragonflies!", he screamed. "FUCK YOU!", we replied. Then we
bombed the city with malathion.


           
Date: 16 Jan 2009 06:47:43
From: Travel A
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
"The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" is a great movie shot in and around Boston.
The story is based on a novel written by a Boston lawyer.

I think Robert Mitchum played one of his best characters in this movie;
Peter Boyle is in it, also.

Okay, back to Canadian talk.



            
Date: 17 Jan 2009 03:09:36
From: funky cold medina
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 16, 11:29=A0pm, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net > wrote:
> "scube" <sc...@doobie.com> wrote in message
>
> news:hnecl.55520$4M4.12322@newsfe02.iad...
>
>
>
> > In article <n94cl.10507$W06.10...@flpi148.ffdc.sbc.com>, "Irish Mike"
> > <mjos...@ameritech.net> wrote:
>
> >>"Travel A" <nine...@webtv.net> wrote in message
> >>news:9372-49709E0F-10486@baytvnwsxa002.msntv.msn.com...
> >>> "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" is a great movie shot in and around Bost=
on.
> >>> The story is based on a novel written by a Boston lawyer.
>
> >>> I think Robert Mitchum played one of his best characters in this movi=
e;
> >>> Peter Boyle is in it, also.
>
> >>> Okay, back to Canadian talk.
>
> >>I agree, "The Friends of Eddie Coyle" is a Good movie. =A0It had the ki=
nd of
> >>realistic, dark, understated threat of violence that is much more
> >>effective
> >>than the cartoonish shoot-em up nonsense that passes for most gangster
> >>films
> >>today. =A0Seems to me there was an English flick that was some-what alo=
ng
> >>this
> >>line and also good. =A0I think it was "Good Friday" (could be wrong on =
the
> >>title) with Bob Hoskins (sp?) and a very young Pierce Brosnan who had a
> >>small part at the end as and IRA shooter. =A0If fact, I just added both
> >>movies
> >>to my Blockbuster online queue.
>
> >>Irish Mike
>
> > On a different note but staying with movies, they shot the film On Thin
> > Ice
> > starring Diane Keaton in my brothers home. They used it as a crack hous=
e
> > and
> > in one room upstairs they plastered the wall with graffiti. After the
> > shoot he
> > turned it into a music studio and has left the walls the same ever sinc=
e.
> > It
> > looks cool. They also paid him a decent dollar for the use of his house=
.
> > But
> > that's another story.
>
> I was in San Francisco and took a tour of one of the "painted ladies" acr=
oss
> from Alamo Park. =A0These are the line of old Victorian style homes that =
are
> frequently used in movies and TV shows. =A0Any way, I was talking with th=
e
> owner and he said that he actually got an agent to represent his house.
> Every time they used it in a film he got about $35K. =A0Which he said was
> about what it costs him to have the house painted.
>
> Irish Mike

There are a number of people in the San Fernando valley who generate
their annual income from renting out homes they own for porn shoots.

2k a day is the standard rate.

It's a crazy mixed-up world.


             
Date: 19 Jan 2009 07:14:50
From: charrison100
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 17 2009 6:09 AM, funky cold medina wrote:

> On Jan 16, 11:29 pm, "Irish Mike" <mjos...@ameritech.net> wrote:
> > "scube" <sc...@doobie.com> wrote in message
> >
> > news:hnecl.55520$4M4.12322@newsfe02.iad...
> >
> >
> >
> > > In article <n94cl.10507$W06.10...@flpi148.ffdc.sbc.com>, "Irish Mike"
> > > <mjos...@ameritech.net> wrote:
> >
> > >>"Travel A" <nine...@webtv.net> wrote in message
> > >>news:9372-49709E0F-10486@baytvnwsxa002.msntv.msn.com...
> > >>> "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" is a great movie shot in and around
Boston.
> > >>> The story is based on a novel written by a Boston lawyer.
> >
> > >>> I think Robert Mitchum played one of his best characters in this movie;
> > >>> Peter Boyle is in it, also.
> >
> > >>> Okay, back to Canadian talk.
> >
> > >>I agree, "The Friends of Eddie Coyle" is a Good movie.  It had the kind
of
> > >>realistic, dark, understated threat of violence that is much more
> > >>effective
> > >>than the cartoonish shoot-em up nonsense that passes for most gangster
> > >>films
> > >>today.  Seems to me there was an English flick that was some-what along
> > >>this
> > >>line and also good.  I think it was "Good Friday" (could be wrong on the
> > >>title) with Bob Hoskins (sp?) and a very young Pierce Brosnan who had a
> > >>small part at the end as and IRA shooter.  If fact, I just added both
> > >>movies
> > >>to my Blockbuster online queue.
> >
> > >>Irish Mike
> >
> > > On a different note but staying with movies, they shot the film On Thin
> > > Ice
> > > starring Diane Keaton in my brothers home. They used it as a crack house
> > > and
> > > in one room upstairs they plastered the wall with graffiti. After the
> > > shoot he
> > > turned it into a music studio and has left the walls the same ever since.
> > > It
> > > looks cool. They also paid him a decent dollar for the use of his house..
> > > But
> > > that's another story.
> >
> > I was in San Francisco and took a tour of one of the "painted ladies"
across
> > from Alamo Park.  These are the line of old Victorian style homes that are
> > frequently used in movies and TV shows.  Any way, I was talking with the
> > owner and he said that he actually got an agent to represent his house.
> > Every time they used it in a film he got about $35K.  Which he said was
> > about what it costs him to have the house painted.
> >
> > Irish Mike
>
> There are a number of people in the San Fernando valley who generate
> their annual income from renting out homes they own for porn shoots.
>
> 2k a day is the standard rate.
>
> It's a crazy mixed-up world.

They can use my place for half that if I get to stay and watch.

Chris

"NO! I want this shit to STOP! Right NOW! Nobody takes me serious
anymore." - Paul
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Date: 18 Jan 2009 05:48:27
From: scube
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
In article <21caf4f0-fba9-4942-867b-ecf14a547be7@k1g2000prb.googlegroups.com >,
funky cold medina <kellywong74@yahoo.com > wrote:

<snip >

>There are a number of people in the San Fernando valley who generate
>their annual income from renting out homes they own for porn shoots.
>
>2k a day is the standard rate.

Not bad. And just think of the money they save on stucco.


            
Date: 16 Jan 2009 13:15:43
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.

"Travel A" <nine510@webtv.net > wrote in message
news:9372-49709E0F-10486@baytvnwsxa002.msntv.msn.com...
> "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" is a great movie shot in and around Boston.
> The story is based on a novel written by a Boston lawyer.
>
> I think Robert Mitchum played one of his best characters in this movie;
> Peter Boyle is in it, also.
>
> Okay, back to Canadian talk.

I agree, "The Friends of Eddie Coyle" is a Good movie. It had the kind of
realistic, dark, understated threat of violence that is much more effective
than the cartoonish shoot-em up nonsense that passes for most gangster films
today. Seems to me there was an English flick that was some-what along this
line and also good. I think it was "Good Friday" (could be wrong on the
title) with Bob Hoskins (sp?) and a very young Pierce Brosnan who had a
small part at the end as and IRA shooter. If fact, I just added both movies
to my Blockbuster online queue.

Irish Mike




             
Date: 17 Jan 2009 05:53:20
From: scube
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
In article <n94cl.10507$W06.10021@flpi148.ffdc.sbc.com >, "Irish Mike"
<mjostar@ameritech.net > wrote:
>
>"Travel A" <nine510@webtv.net> wrote in message
>news:9372-49709E0F-10486@baytvnwsxa002.msntv.msn.com...
>> "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" is a great movie shot in and around Boston.
>> The story is based on a novel written by a Boston lawyer.
>>
>> I think Robert Mitchum played one of his best characters in this movie;
>> Peter Boyle is in it, also.
>>
>> Okay, back to Canadian talk.
>
>I agree, "The Friends of Eddie Coyle" is a Good movie. It had the kind of
>realistic, dark, understated threat of violence that is much more effective
>than the cartoonish shoot-em up nonsense that passes for most gangster films
>today. Seems to me there was an English flick that was some-what along this
>line and also good. I think it was "Good Friday" (could be wrong on the
>title) with Bob Hoskins (sp?) and a very young Pierce Brosnan who had a
>small part at the end as and IRA shooter. If fact, I just added both movies
>to my Blockbuster online queue.
>
>Irish Mike

On a different note but staying with movies, they shot the film On Thin Ice
starring Diane Keaton in my brothers home. They used it as a crack house and
in one room upstairs they plastered the wall with graffiti. After the shoot he
turned it into a music studio and has left the walls the same ever since. It
looks cool. They also paid him a decent dollar for the use of his house. But
that's another story.


              
Date: 17 Jan 2009 02:29:47
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.

"scube" <scube@doobie.com > wrote in message
news:hnecl.55520$4M4.12322@newsfe02.iad...
> In article <n94cl.10507$W06.10021@flpi148.ffdc.sbc.com>, "Irish Mike"
> <mjostar@ameritech.net> wrote:
>>
>>"Travel A" <nine510@webtv.net> wrote in message
>>news:9372-49709E0F-10486@baytvnwsxa002.msntv.msn.com...
>>> "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" is a great movie shot in and around Boston.
>>> The story is based on a novel written by a Boston lawyer.
>>>
>>> I think Robert Mitchum played one of his best characters in this movie;
>>> Peter Boyle is in it, also.
>>>
>>> Okay, back to Canadian talk.
>>
>>I agree, "The Friends of Eddie Coyle" is a Good movie. It had the kind of
>>realistic, dark, understated threat of violence that is much more
>>effective
>>than the cartoonish shoot-em up nonsense that passes for most gangster
>>films
>>today. Seems to me there was an English flick that was some-what along
>>this
>>line and also good. I think it was "Good Friday" (could be wrong on the
>>title) with Bob Hoskins (sp?) and a very young Pierce Brosnan who had a
>>small part at the end as and IRA shooter. If fact, I just added both
>>movies
>>to my Blockbuster online queue.
>>
>>Irish Mike
>
> On a different note but staying with movies, they shot the film On Thin
> Ice
> starring Diane Keaton in my brothers home. They used it as a crack house
> and
> in one room upstairs they plastered the wall with graffiti. After the
> shoot he
> turned it into a music studio and has left the walls the same ever since.
> It
> looks cool. They also paid him a decent dollar for the use of his house.
> But
> that's another story.

I was in San Francisco and took a tour of one of the "painted ladies" across
from Alamo Park. These are the line of old Victorian style homes that are
frequently used in movies and TV shows. Any way, I was talking with the
owner and he said that he actually got an agent to represent his house.
Every time they used it in a film he got about $35K. Which he said was
about what it costs him to have the house painted.

Irish Mike




               
Date: 18 Jan 2009 05:47:22
From: scube
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
In article <xSfcl.9103$pr6.3194@flpi149.ffdc.sbc.com >, "Irish Mike"
<mjostar@ameritech.net > wrote:

<snip >

>I was in San Francisco and took a tour of one of the "painted ladies" across
>from Alamo Park. These are the line of old Victorian style homes that are
>frequently used in movies and TV shows. Any way, I was talking with the
>owner and he said that he actually got an agent to represent his house.
>Every time they used it in a film he got about $35K. Which he said was
>about what it costs him to have the house painted.
>
>Irish Mike

That's some expensive paint. My brother got no where near that amount for his
house. I believe he got a little more than a thousand a week for the 6 week
stay. They also paid his accomodations at the Hotel Fort Garry. Rooms there
run about a hundred a night. Add in the per diem of 75 a day and travelling
expenses and he probably collected in the neighbourhood of 12-13K.


    
Date: 14 Jan 2009 06:36:17
From: charrison100
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 14 2009 8:16 AM, Irish Mike wrote:

> Looked like the same place to me. Of course, he probably wouldn't be the
> first tour guide who ever lied to a tourist. Although a lot of Hollywood
> flicks do film in Canada in cities like Vancouver because it's cheaper and
> easier to manage. Tried to go to the movie data base to find where the bank
> robbery scene from "Heat" was filmed but couldn't find it. Although I did
> do a search of movies filmed in Winnipeg and "Heat" didn't show up.
> However, that still doesn't mean a scene or two could not have been filmed
> there. Who knows?
>
> Irish Mike

you are right about a lot of movies being filmed in part in Canada
Toronto, Vancouver are 2 of the big options.

Unfortunately the guy was misinformed. IMDB lists the locations.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113277/locations

Chris

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Date: 14 Jan 2009 09:49:58
From: Irish Mike
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.

"charrison100" <a11faea@webnntp.invalid > wrote in message
news:1s9146xslo.ln2@recgroups.com...
> On Jan 14 2009 8:16 AM, Irish Mike wrote:
>
>> Looked like the same place to me. Of course, he probably wouldn't be the
>> first tour guide who ever lied to a tourist. Although a lot of Hollywood
>> flicks do film in Canada in cities like Vancouver because it's cheaper
>> and
>> easier to manage. Tried to go to the movie data base to find where the
>> bank
>> robbery scene from "Heat" was filmed but couldn't find it. Although I
>> did
>> do a search of movies filmed in Winnipeg and "Heat" didn't show up.
>> However, that still doesn't mean a scene or two could not have been
>> filmed
>> there. Who knows?
>>
>> Irish Mike
>
> you are right about a lot of movies being filmed in part in Canada
> Toronto, Vancouver are 2 of the big options.
>
> Unfortunately the guy was misinformed. IMDB lists the locations.
>
> http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113277/locations
>
> Chris

Thanks bucko - I stand corrected. Next time I'm in Winnipeg I'll track down
that lying tour guide, beat him to death and shoot his dog. (Just kidding
about the dog). For some strange reason, I always enjoy seeing the places
where movies were filmed. We should start a thread about this.

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Date: 14 Jan 2009 07:32:26
From: charrison100
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 14 2009 9:49 AM, Irish Mike wrote:

> "charrison100" <a11faea@webnntp.invalid> wrote in message
> news:1s9146xslo.ln2@recgroups.com...
> > On Jan 14 2009 8:16 AM, Irish Mike wrote:
> >
> >> Looked like the same place to me. Of course, he probably wouldn't be the
> >> first tour guide who ever lied to a tourist. Although a lot of Hollywood
> >> flicks do film in Canada in cities like Vancouver because it's cheaper
> >> and
> >> easier to manage. Tried to go to the movie data base to find where the
> >> bank
> >> robbery scene from "Heat" was filmed but couldn't find it. Although I
> >> did
> >> do a search of movies filmed in Winnipeg and "Heat" didn't show up.
> >> However, that still doesn't mean a scene or two could not have been
> >> filmed
> >> there. Who knows?
> >>
> >> Irish Mike
> >
> > you are right about a lot of movies being filmed in part in Canada
> > Toronto, Vancouver are 2 of the big options.
> >
> > Unfortunately the guy was misinformed. IMDB lists the locations.
> >
> > http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113277/locations
> >
> > Chris
>
> Thanks bucko - I stand corrected. Next time I'm in Winnipeg I'll track down
> that lying tour guide, beat him to death and shoot his dog. (Just kidding
> about the dog). For some strange reason, I always enjoy seeing the places
> where movies were filmed. We should start a thread about this.
>
> Irish Mike

Me too. I work in Toronto so i see a lot of film shoots around. I passed
pretty much through the crew of Max Payne when it was filmed here going
from my office to the train.

Remember the movie The Ladies Man with Tim Meadows? It was based on a SNL
skit, it was filmed almost entirely in Toronto. There is a song and dance
number with Will Farrell on the steps of an office building. I sat and
watched them shoot that over and over as it was my office building they
were in front of. They all looked like they were having fun.

Creepiest movie I saw them film was American Physco. Another almost entire
Toronto shoot, the court yard to his office is the same offices that I was
in. I could see the filming from the window of our test lab.

Chris

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Date: 16 Jan 2009 22:11:06
From: brewmaster
Subject: Re: Righteous Kill... mini movie review, no spoliers.
On Jan 14 2009 7:32 AM, charrison100 wrote:

> On Jan 14 2009 9:49 AM, Irish Mike wrote:
>
> > "charrison100" <a11faea@webnntp.invalid> wrote in message
> > news:1s9146xslo.ln2@recgroups.com...
> > > On Jan 14 2009 8:16 AM, Irish Mike wrote:
> > >
> > >> Looked like the same place to me. Of course, he probably wouldn't be
the
> > >> first tour guide who ever lied to a tourist. Although a lot of
Hollywood
> > >> flicks do film in Canada in cities like Vancouver because it's cheaper
> > >> and
> > >> easier to manage. Tried to go to the movie data base to find where the
> > >> bank
> > >> robbery scene from "Heat" was filmed but couldn't find it. Although I
> > >> did
> > >> do a search of movies filmed in Winnipeg and "Heat" didn't show up.
> > >> However, that still doesn't mean a scene or two could not have been
> > >> filmed
> > >> there. Who knows?
> > >>
> > >> Irish Mike
> > >
> > > you are right about a lot of movies being filmed in part in Canada
> > > Toronto, Vancouver are 2 of the big options.
> > >
> > > Unfortunately the guy was misinformed. IMDB lists the locations.
> > >
> > > http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113277/locations
> > >
> > > Chris
> >
> > Thanks bucko - I stand corrected. Next time I'm in Winnipeg I'll track
down
> > that lying tour guide, beat him to death and shoot his dog. (Just kidding
> > about the dog). For some strange reason, I always enjoy seeing the places
> > where movies were filmed. We should start a thread about this.
> >
> > Irish Mike
>
> Me too. I work in Toronto so i see a lot of film shoots around. I passed
> pretty much through the crew of Max Payne when it was filmed here going
> from my office to the train.
>
> Remember the movie The Ladies Man with Tim Meadows? It was based on a SNL
> skit, it was filmed almost entirely in Toronto. There is a song and dance
> number with Will Farrell on the steps of an office building. I sat and
> watched them shoot that over and over as it was my office building they
> were in front of. They all looked like they were having fun.
>
> Creepiest movie I saw them film was American Physco. Another almost entire
> Toronto shoot, the court yard to his office is the same offices that I was
> in. I could see the filming from the window of our test lab.
>
> Chris

I grew up in West LA and have worked most of my life in the greater LA
area, and if I never get inconvenienced by another movie shoot it will be
too soon.

Brew
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