of the urban legend I referred to was that when Miami
won in 1997, rumors flew that Back to the Future had
predicted not only Miami winning, but the correct
year, and to cap it off there was no Miami team in
existence at the time the movie was made. This rumor
was incorrect, as the 'news' of the movie took place
in 2015, and they did not win the 2015 series. Miami
did not have a baseball team at the time the movie
was released, but predicting they would get one wasn't
too much of a stretch.
if the Cubs actually DO defeat the Marlins in the
2015 World Series race, now that would be somethin'...
Sounds alot like "Cloak & Dagger",
a great early 80's spy-action film that featured both
Elliott from "E.T" and Atari! It was like
the dream team matchup if you were 11 at the time.
Anyhow, it revolved around Elliott (Henry Thomas),
whose mom was dead and dad was busy with his army
job. Elliott lived in a fantasy world of video games
and comic books, but when he witnessed a murder and
gets a video game cartridge with secret data on it,
hijinks and action ensued!
the quote online, along with a bunch of other Ralph
classics, if you want to take a listen:
did a look through Joe's movies, and he's been in
lots of suspense flicks or 'thrillers' that SOUND
like they could be horrors, like "Natural Enemy"
or "Through the Eyes of a Killer". But,
the only one that I found that would be classified
as a straight horror would be 1983's "The Final
Terror" (aka "Campsite Massacre", "Bump
in the Night", or "The Forest Primeval").
It's plot featured a hill-billlyeque mama who killed
campers. For a crappy sounding early 80's slasher,
it at least had a couple of names in the cast; aside
from Pantoliano it featured Darryl Hannah and straight-to-video-king
few off the top of my head:
-"Around the World in 80 Days"
-"The Count of Monte Cristo"
-Not really a movie, but the "V" TV mini-series
list at IMDB for the keyword 'hot-air-balloon' has
31 movies listed:
zany comedy classic, "Caddyshack", lists
as filming at two clubs in Florida: the Boca Raton
Hotel and Country Club, and the Rolling Hills Golf
and Tennis Club. I did some searching on the Palm
Aire Country Club, but nothing on Google came up for
the name of the club with either "filming location"
or filming, except references to one of the two above
clubs used for filming Caddyshack.
while of course it is very possible a smaller movie
was filmed there in the 70's or 80's, it doesn't look
like it was a major one anyways. Pretty much when
searching all of these types of questions, if a movie
was filmed at some location, an Internet search will
turn up at least one page that references it.
would be the quintessential Tarantino flick "Pulp
Fiction". The actual quote was: "Bring out
the gimp", and was spoken by the character Zed
when Bruce Willis and Ving Rhames were tied up and
ball-gagged in a very unwelcome predicament.
was thinking it was the Three Musketeers/Four Musketeers
movies from the seventies which were filmed at the
same time (without the cast knowing it was going to
be two movies as I recall) and the Three Musketeers
ending with a preview of the sequel.
you notice the director of the Redford-Pitt thriller,
you'll get a hint it's probably a family connection.
The movies' director was Tony Scott (director of "Top
Gun", "Crimson Tide", "Enemy of
the State"). His mother, Elizabeth, died in October
believe the actor you are after is Patrick Renna,
who made his big-screen debut as 'Ham' in the 1993
flick. He has since gone on to a variety of roles,
most recently in the comedy "National Lampoon's
Dorm Daze". You can find more info on the actor
at IMDB here: