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Is anyone else watching this on AMC right now? I used to love this movie when I was a kid. I must have watched it 20 times back then. I figured it's been about 20 years since I've seen it so I'd watch it again. It seems I'm liking just as much now as I did then.
I American and I Ameriwill!
The movie that made me want an AK. When I was 3.
And the t-shirt:
Seriously, I love that movie so much. Regardless of the rediculous concept (Hindsight's benefit), its what got me interested in my major. Anyone know of a directors cut that has the scene at McDonalds and all that?
Back in the day, my grandmother on my fathers side was a hard, hard lefty. I remember seeing the film and telling her how much I liked it.
I remember how much she flipped out and scolded me about how the soviets were our friends and we were more likely to invade and occupy them than they us.
Thinking back, I believe that was the time I decided to become a republican.
"I Don't Want To Socialize With A Pinko Liberal Democrat Commie. Say What You Like About Republicans. We Stick To Our Convictions. Even When We Know We're Dead Wrong." Denny Crane:
Got it on DVD!!!
Ruger LC9 (when the girlfriend lets me carry her gun)
"First Duty is To Remember"
I used to love that movie when I was younger. Watched it w/ my oldest son a few months ago and he thought it was stupid (I still liked it thought).
"No man's life, liberty, or property is safe while the Congress is in session."
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I've got the DVD also.
There is also a used DVD place not far from my house and I seen the other day they also had some!
Might have to go pick me up a couple.
One of my favorite movies ever!
It's 11:59 on Radio Free America; this is Uncle Sam, with music, and the truth until dawn. Right now I've got a few words for some of our brothers and sisters in the occupied zone: "the chair is against the wall, the chair is against the wall", "john has a long mustache, john has a long mustache". It's twelve o'clock, American, another day closer to victory. And for all of you out there, on, or behind the line, this is your song.
[the Battle Hymn of the Republic begins to play]
"Naked and Starving as They are We Cannot Enough Admire the Incomparable Patience and Fidelity of the Soldiery" – George Washington, Valley Forge, 1777.
I like it, I've got it on VHS; it's available for rent at my BlockBuster.
I'm too young to be this old!
Getting old isn't good for you!
I think I saw it in the wal-mart $5 bin at one time, Then watched it on AMC a few months back, Have not seen it in the bin since. :( Great movie though.
"If you don't have any guns and someone breaks in, what are you going to shoot them with?"
Where do bad folks go when they die. They don't go to heaven where the angels fly. Go to a lake of fire and fry, see them again 'till the Fourth of July
I didn't mean to, but I stayed up and watched the whole thing. Sure, some things were corny, but how many movies are still watchable 24 years later?
I Loved that Movie
My cousin and I (both 11 years old) planned on how we would defend Winston County Alabama from a Soviet invasion.
I still think that's why the Soviet Union collasped, they realized they could never take Winston county so they quit.
A real man loves his wife, and places his family as the most important thing in life. Nothing has brought me more peace and content in life than simply being a good husband and father.
Great movie! I own it on VHS and DVD.
CRIME..... LAW DEFINES, POLICE ENFORCE, CITIZENS PREVENT!
FOUR BOXES KEEP US FREE:  SOAP  BALLOT  JURY  AMMO!
A must see for every Red Blooded American. First saw it when I was a few years younger than the characters in the movie.Yes, I have a copy. No I won't loan it out.Col, were going to go shoot up an armored column, early bird gets the worm.
Edit to add: I have killed a dear, no I didn't drink.
"fundamental principle of American law that a government and its agents are under no general duty to provide public services, such as police protection, to any individual citizen." [Warren v. District of Columbia,(D.C. Ct. of Ap., 1981)]
If I have to explain it, you wouldn't understand