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In Athens, Georgia, a jury | Main | This is why I still


September 18, 2003

Ok, PLEASE tell me someone

Ok, PLEASE tell me someone out there has seen the movie Sideout. I'm actually embarrassed to be mentioning that I LOVE IT! It has an awful cast (Courtney Thorne-Smith, C. Thomas Howell, that scruffy guy from Thirtysomething, and that man who played the dead guy in Weekend at Bernie's) and a terrible script (actual line: "I'll see you in the sand").

So, you may be asking yourselves what I could possibly like about it. Well, it's about a future law student who decides to play pro-beach volleyball instead. I started playing volleyball right about the time when the move came out (1990), and I was a player for the next 7 years. Now, I'm just a fan. It also had cameos by some of my favorite male pro-beach players. Plus, the movie's soundtrack has the song "Bushfire" by the B-52's in it--which of course, ROCKS.

I hadn't seen the movie in years and I sat down with my Stouffer's Skillet Sensation garlic chicken tonight (yeah, it wasn't much of a cooking night), and it was on one of my random movie channels!!

WHOO HOO! Guilty pleasures are cool.

Check out the 2-star review, here.


Posted by Lawren at September 18, 2003 06:58 PM

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