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PostPosted: Fri Jun 20, 2008 8:10 pm 
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Private Resort is the only one I can think of at the moment... :bounce: :bounce:



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Haven't seen LA Without A Map or Slow Burn....other than the video clips of Johnny's part in them.


I have not seen either of these, or The Source. I will have to get on "trusty" you tube and do a search for Johnny's clips to decide if I want to see the entire film. Other than those...I'm pretty sure I've seen everything else...many of them over and over... :cloud9:



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LA Without A Map is the only one I have not seen. I can't find it anywhere.

I saw that some of you mentioned a movie "NOES" which one is that, I have never hear of it, or what does it stand for. :-?


My Johnny collection is pretty much complete. :cloud9: I have everything else. Some where a big challenge to get, but I have them all.


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I couldn't find either Dead Man or Arizona Dream :bawl:
I reeaally want to see AD :(


Hi wino4e! You can usually find Dead Man at Amazon or on E-Bay. I bought AD and The Brave as a package deal from a Canadian dealer on E-Bay last year...I believe a few of us did.



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I saw that some of you mentioned a movie "NOES" which one is that, I have never hear of it, or what does it stand for. :-?

Hi yellow hair. NOES = Nightmare on Elm Street :cool:


wino4e and Pinky -- I got my Arizona Dream on VHS from a seller at Amazon. I don't think it's on DVD just yet.



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Hi yellow hair! Nightmare on Elm Street (NOES) was one of Johnny's first films, then he did a "clip" in another Freddy Kruger movie later on.



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Hey b.p.olive

I have both The Brave and Arizona Dream on DVD! I'll go back and check who I bought it from last year and let y'all know!



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I guess the only movie I haven't seen is Slow Burn, although I have seen Johnny's clips.

As for TV, I missed most of Jump Street. I've seen all of season 3, but nothing else. I've also missed most of the early TV episodes like Hotel, but have seen the later ones on line.

Just turned off Ninth Gate as a refresher for The Club Dumas.



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I like this topic :bounce:

I guess I follow the majority on this one...

I have not seen the early works of Slow Burn and Arizona Dream only because they are hard to find.
I haven't seen Platoon mostly because I am not big on war epics and Johnny has such a small role.
Also have not seen The Brave, LILM, Cannes Man, and The Source...I guess those are all due to the fact that Johnny has just cameos (with the exception of The Brave).

I noticed a lot of you mentioned you have seen clips of Johnny's roles online. Is youtube the place to find them or is there some other treasure chest I am unaware of?

Other than that I have seen everything else!



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I am terribly embarrased :blush: to admit I have only seen a few: the 3 Pirate movies, Edward Scissorhands, Chocolat, and I peeked at Sleepy Hollow through my hands - terrified I would see something gross (and I did :-O ). I only usually see G rated movies. Yes - I am a wimp - but I can't stand violence and do get offended at bad language (seems so unnecessary?) so I really do not know which to see? :bawl:

I WANT to see more but I honeslty cannot sit through violence..so I feel bad as I WANT to see more, but can't really stomach it :-/

I think I could see Finding Neverland? :eyebrow: Is that one OK for me you think? It seems right up my alley...

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This is interesting. Its nice to know that I am not alone in being a Johnny collection freak. I have tried to own all of his films just to have a complete set. I just recently got The Brave and bought the 21 Jump Street collection a year or so ago.

I see that I have missed some things like the Dummies Joni mentioned. I have the Source, Lost In La Mancha, and have seen scenes from LA Without A Map and some from Slow Burn but I dont have them, wish I did.

I like going back and watching them but some get watched more than others. I have seen most all of them several times and I think my least favorite films are Private Resort and Platoon. (Not that Johnny is not good in Platoon, I just hate the rest of the film.) As a testament to how I try to collect his works, I have two DVDs of Platoon that I don't watch but wanted the last one for the extras on the DVD. The ones I have not seen are "Happily Ever After" and Cannes Man.


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I think I could see Finding Neverland? :eyebrow: Is that one OK for me you think? It seems right up my alley...

Madly, I am ashamed to admit...
Madly, Finding Neverland is rated PG for "mild thematic elements and brief language." Benny & Joon is also PG, (it has one bad word and implied sensuality) and it's oh, so romantic.


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I think I could see Finding Neverland? :eyebrow: Is that one OK for me you think? It seems right up my alley...

Madly, I am ashamed to admit...
Madly, Finding Neverland is rated PG for "mild thematic elements and brief language." Benny & Joon is also PG, (it has one bad word and implied sensuality) and it's oh, so romantic.


Thanks fansmom! :bounce: I forgot to add B & J as one I was interested in seeing! Thanks so much! I will get on these 2 right away - and am open to any more suggestions? I REALLY want to see more of his movies!

What's the one with "Sam" I keep reading so many love his Sam role? Can wimpy me see that one?

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What's the one with "Sam" I keep reading so many love his Sam role? Can wimpy me see that one?

Madly


Madly- Johnny plays Sam in Benny & Joon, yes you should definately check that one out! Also, I would recommend Corpse Bride and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, they are both aimed more for kids (although adults enjoy them too!)



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Happily Ever After/ Ils Se Marierent... is a great film to watch in its entirety! Worth getting even if only to watch the excellent scene in side the Virgin mega store.


Totally true--this is a good movie! And we get to hear Johnny speak in French. Nice!



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