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Old 07-18-2008, 10:39 PM
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Hey yall, I just watched a classic. Well a classic from my time at least. Stand By Me, I know most of you probablly seen this movie. I seen it quite a bit. But it was on tonight. So I watched it again. Let me tell you it brought back some good memories of Summer when I was young. Hanging out with friends, camping, walking down the tracks to the river near my house to do some fishing. Just typical goofing off that early teenage boys do with each other in the summer. Anyways, if you have not seen this movie I highly recommend it. It will make you think about your teenage years.


For those that don't know about the movie. It takes place in a time frame around the mid 50's. It is about 4 teenage boys that set off on adventure. They go out on a search for a kid that was hit by a train from a near by town. There is also another group of teenagers or early 20 year olds out looking for this same kid as well. Anyways I am not going to tell you the whole story. You just need to watch it and enjoy it. By the way it was filmed around 1986 or so.
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Old 07-18-2008, 10:43 PM
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man, what a great movie... one of my top fav's for sure. definately reminds me of being younger!!!
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Great flick, now Im gonna have watch it agian I can't remember if they found the kid. One of the best parts the younger boys try crossing the train tressel.
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Great flick, now Im gonna have watch it agian I can't remember if they found the kid. One of the best parts the younger boys try crossing the train tressel.
Oh yes the train tressel. I believe the kid that played Gordy in the movie won an emmey award for that scene.
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