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#21 Posted on 21.10.05 1051.04
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I can't remember the first movie on video or tv that I may have watched. But I think my first R-rated movie in the theater was "Born on the 4th of July". I think I saw it with my mom and sisters. I barely remember it except for the times my eyes would be covered when there was female nakedness on the screen :(
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#22 Posted on 21.10.05 1126.05
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I think I was 11 when I talked my grandfather into taking me to Animal House. All I remember afterwards was his telling me not to tell my Mom about the nudity.
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#23 Posted on 21.10.05 1126.23
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My parents never made a big deal about R-rated movies, so I can honestly not remember the first one I saw. It might have been Terminator...although I do remember not being allowed to see the sex scene as a youngster.
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#24 Posted on 21.10.05 1149.52
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Being a child of the 80's, it had to have either been Porky's or Revenge of the Nerds. My parents didn't know about it though.

(edited by Ticamo on 21.10.05 0950)
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#25 Posted on 21.10.05 1348.06
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Probably Beverly Hills Cop.
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#26 Posted on 21.10.05 1412.00
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I'm pretty sure it was one of the Friday the 13th movies. I can't remember which one, but I was at a friend's house and his mom thought she'd be 'cool' if she rented it for us.

The only other one it might be would be Robocop. I remember being pretty young when we saw it. The first time I saw Robocop it scared the shit out of me. I still can't watch Family Guy's version of that two-legged gun-arm thing saying "Second Warning: Present Hall Pass" without getting seriously freaked out.


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#27 Posted on 21.10.05 1453.01
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    Originally posted by Tribal Prophet
    I'm pretty sure it was one of the Friday the 13th movies. I can't remember which one, but I was at a friend's house and his mom thought she'd be 'cool' if she rented it for us.

    Tribal Prophet


The memory is a bit fuzzy on this...I believe it was almost like Prophet. One of the Friday the 13th movies, Robocop, or finally I think officially was Terminator 2.
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#28 Posted on 21.10.05 1830.10
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Total Recall, I was 9 at the time.
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#29 Posted on 22.10.05 0918.49
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A movie called TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS. It was rated R; and my parents, who took me and my brother to see this (we were 10 and 8 respecively, and on vacation in Florida) both agreed that it should have been PG-13 at best.

EDIT: It was rated AA in Canada.

(edited by SOK on 22.10.05 1338)
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#30 Posted on 22.10.05 1404.36
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I was seven when I saw "Cujo" on BETA.
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#31 Posted on 23.10.05 1029.27
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For me, it was Major League.

Great, great movie. Still love it to this day.
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#32 Posted on 23.10.05 1423.50
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    Originally posted by GimmickMan
    For me, it was Major League.

    Great, great movie. Still love it to this day.


Yeah. "juuuust a little outside" is one of the greatest one liners in a sports movie.
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#33 Posted on 23.10.05 1610.07
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    Originally posted by AWArulz
      Originally posted by GimmickMan
      For me, it was Major League.

      Great, great movie. Still love it to this day.


    Yeah. "juuuust a little outside" is one of the greatest one liners in a sports movie.






(Rick Vaughn wearing a new pair of really ugly glasses)


Pitcher Eddie Harris - "They look good on you. I got a pair just like them."

Coach Lou Brown - "Don't worry Rick...seeing is what's really important"

Willie Mays Hayes - "It's not THAT important."

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#34 Posted on 23.10.05 1619.46
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I remember during the Buena Vista Social Club movie, they were interviewing some dessicated old trumpet player or something, and he had a tiny Santeria-esque deity figurine on a miniature altar somewhere in the background. The first thing I thought was, "Hey, that's that thing Cerrano worships." Just then, my friend leans into me and says, far too loud:

"Up yer butt, Jobu."

I thought I was going to choke to death.
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#35 Posted on 24.10.05 0909.54
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    Originally posted by Kevintripod
      Originally posted by AWArulz
        Originally posted by GimmickMan
        For me, it was Major League.
        Great, great movie. Still love it to this day.

      Yeah. "juuuust a bit outside" is one of the greatest one liners in a sports movie.

    (Rick Vaughn wearing a new pair of really ugly glasses)

    Pitcher Eddie Harris - "They look good on you. I got a pair just like them."

    Coach Lou Brown - "Don't worry Rick...seeing is what's really important"

    Willie Mays Hayes - "It's not THAT important."



Harris: "You trying to say Jesus Christ can't hit a curveball?"

Also corrected the "outside" call. I know this 'cause Tom Hamilton does that ALL THE TIME. Which I love, and my wife hates. :)
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#36 Posted on 24.10.05 1324.54
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Either M*A*S*H, Beverly Hills Cop, or Stripes.

Could have also been one of the late night Cinemax movies...
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#37 Posted on 24.10.05 1338.01
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    Originally posted by Ticamo
    Being a child of the 80's, it had to have either been Porky's or Revenge of the Nerds. My parents didn't know about it though.

    (edited by Ticamo on 21.10.05 0950)


My father actually took me to see the latter. I was 9, and I'm willing to bet money he knew nothing of the closed-circuit camera scene beforehand. Although there was no big deal made of it afterwards.

I think that was the 2nd R-movie I saw in the theater. The first was "Easy Money".
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#38 Posted on 24.10.05 1425.09
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    Originally posted by dwaters
    Are interactive menus and scene selections really "special" features? Can you name a DVD that DOESN'T have those?


Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie. No interactive menus. The main menu IS the scene selection screen.

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#39 Posted on 26.10.05 2217.19
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This happened while standing in line at a theater called Twin Bays 4. It's no longer there. It closed around 1990 I believe when other theaters were making the screens smaller and trying to fit as many theaters as possible under one roof. It's a shame because I have so many fond memories of that place. It was my mecca, you could say...

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Dad: "No, we're not taking him to this one, he can go see SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON with his brother. This movie isn't supposed to be seen by an seven year old!"

Mom: "Lou, let him go see it. He watches that crap on Creature Feature every week and this is just a little stronger then that."

Me: "Yeah Dad, mom wants me to see it!"

Dad: "FINE, if he has nightmares or wets his pants, it's all because of you and Bob Ross."
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Bob Ross was/is a film reviewer for the Tampa Tribune. The movie received ZERO stars, which, according to my mom, meant it would be GREAT.

My mom loved horror films. The worse a critic said they were, the better the movie was likely to be.

The year was 1979 and the movie was Lucio Fulci's ZOMBIE.

I had no nightmares or wetting of pants.

My dad, however, left during the scene where a zombie attacks a shark and takes a bite out of it. He went on to watch Swiss Family Robinson with my brother.

My dad was a pussy.

Good times... good times.

(edited by Cerebus on 27.10.05 0017)
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#40 Posted on 28.10.05 0322.43
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I'm not really sure what the first R rated movie I saw was, I thought it was Red Dawn because at the time it was in the Guiness Book of World Records for most deaths in a movie, but when I looked it up it turns out it was PG 13, in fact it was the first movie to get the PG 13 rating.
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