Skip to comments.Bruce Willis Offers Million Dollar Bounty for Osama or Zarqawi (2005)
Posted on 11/11/2005 11:07:22 PM PST by jmc1969
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Good for Bruce.
No , I just though my point was obvious and didnt need to be nit picked to death .I'm glad Willis is busy working although considering his politics one would be very very surprised that he is as much .Most understood that's what I meant.
Now that will be a war movie worth seeing!
There had to be first time reading of cue cards during the filming...HA!
Actually, Snakes on a Plane is a real movie starring his Die Hard With a Vengeance co-star Samuel L.! The studio wanted to change the name, but Sam said, "No way! The title is the only reason I even took this role! Snakes on a Plane, man!"
So will No True Glory the Battle for Fallujah, its a great book as well.
The thing with Willis (Bruno) is that he has/had the opportunity to become like Nicholson, an actor pretending to be a movie star. Unfortunately, he'll probably squander that rare opportunity.
I'm going to get Sin City and send it to the troops.
Blind Date with Willis and Kim Bassinger has some funny moments, and another I'd recommend for Bruce Willis fans.
Lighten up, Francis. And grow some skin while your at it. You chose to talk a bit about Willis and so I chose to show you were you could find out more information that would take very little effort or time on your part. Most understood that is what I meant. I took a poll. :)
ROTFLOL.. that brought a tear to my eyes.
Did you see The Great Raid?
I was surprised to see Benjamin Bratt in a war movie worth watching.
Where, not were. Yawn.
I always kind of liked the begining of Armagedon where Bruce is on the oil rig taking potshots at the Greenpeace boat with golfballs.
And of course Pulp Fiction...
"Where did you get the motorcycle?"
"It's a chopper baby. Get on."
"Where did you get the chopper?"
"Zed's dead baby. Hold on."
Is this the film that Harrison Ford is making that has as a theme the Bush administration screwing up the strategy and causing the death of soldiers?
Something about watching Blind Date made me sick to my stomach. Though I could have been sick to my stomach at the time and just associate that movie with that memory.
Oh,... just remembered 'The Story of Us'. I didn't hate the movie, but I remember thinking that the exit lights were more interesting that what was on screen. I recall there was a scene toward the end when he and Michelle Pfiffer (sic?) have a heart to heart. They may have been in the water... I don't fully recall. But I do recall thinking about the camera angle and wondering why the director or whomever it was that thought up that scene chose that particular angle. I turned to my wife and started to ask her then I noticed that she was totally engrossed in the film and bawling her eyes out. So, what was extremely dull for me was extremely moving for her.
Read the book, it mainly attacks Abazad for the decision to pull back.
Not entirely. He's pro-gun. Taught his daughter to shoot and everything. He strikes me as a guy who lives in a fairly conservative manner, but spouts the leftist junk to fit in. That may be totally wrong, of course. I don't know the guy.
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