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My favourite ones are :

Alec Baldwin speech in Glengarry Glen Ross : It gives me Goosebumps every time I watch it and I love the parodies that I have seen so far too.

Bill Murray in Zombieland Zombies can be very funny, particularly if they are alive lol

Matthew McConaughey in Wolf of Wall Street well is Mark Hanna for real lol

Christie Brinkley in National Lampoon Vacation well the movie will not be the same without Christie HaHa

Buster Keaton in Sunset Boulevard Always a delight listen Buster keaton voice even if it is a word ;-)

Any favourites of yours

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Post Re: Favourite outstanding "cameos" or short appearances
Tom Cruise in Tropic Thunder.

Will Ferrel in Wedding Crashers

Bob Barker in Happy Gilmore

Neil Patrick Harris in Harold and Kumar


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Will Ferrell in The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard

Lindsay Lohan in Scary Movie 4

Jack Black in Sex Tape

Gene Hackman in The Mexican

Sylvester Stallone, Jackie Chan and Whoopi Goldberg in Burn Hollywood Burn

Eminem and Rob Lowe in "The Interview"


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Vexer wrote:
Will Ferrell in The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard

Lindsay Lohan in Scary Movie 4

Jack Black in Sex Tape

Gene Hackman in The Mexican

Sylvester Stallone, Jackie Chan and Whoopi Goldberg in Burn Hollywood Burn

Eminem and Rob Lowe in "The Interview"


I have not watched Scary Movie 4 or 5 but when I looked up this scene then it came up as Scary Movie 5 and I found it very funny :mrgreen:

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unwindfilms wrote:
Vexer wrote:
Will Ferrell in The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard

Lindsay Lohan in Scary Movie 4

Jack Black in Sex Tape

Gene Hackman in The Mexican

Sylvester Stallone, Jackie Chan and Whoopi Goldberg in Burn Hollywood Burn

Eminem and Rob Lowe in "The Interview"


I have not watched Scary Movie 4 or 5 but when I looked up this scene then it came up as Scary Movie 5 and I found it very funny :mrgreen:

Yeah I meant to say Scary Movie 5, my bad.


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My favourite ones are :

Alec Baldwin speech in Glengarry Glen Ross : It gives me Goosebumps every time I watch it and I love the parodies that I have seen so far too.

Matthew McConaughey in Wolf of Wall Street well is Mark Hanna for real lol

Christie Brinkley in National Lampoon Vacation well the movie will not be the same without Christie HaHa

Any favourites of yours


Great choices. One minor issue I have with McCounaghey's is how distracting it is during his scenes to see him so thin and emaciated. I suppose he was filming Dallas Buyers Club at the same time, but it kinda got in the way for me.

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Elisabeth Shue in Hamlet II
Dorothy Malone in The Big Sleep
Chris Rock in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back

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Elisabeth Shue in Hamlet II
Dorothy Malone in The Big Sleep
Chris Rock in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back


I just saw Elizabeth Shue cameo and she is always a candy to the eye (particularly in her younger days) . Now, I have never heard of Hamlet 2 film before. What is your opinion of the movie?

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unwindfilms wrote:
Syd Henderson wrote:
Elisabeth Shue in Hamlet II
Dorothy Malone in The Big Sleep
Chris Rock in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back


I just saw Elizabeth Shue cameo and she is always a candy to the eye (particularly in her younger days) . Now, I have never heard of Hamlet 2 film before. What is your opinion of the movie?


It's a likeable send-up of high school drama productions and "we have a barn, let's put on a show." The "Rock Me, Sexy Jesus" production number is a lot of fun and the song should really have been nominated for an Oscar in the tradition of "Mean Green Mother from Outer Space" and "Blame Canada." If you like Steve Coogan, which I do, you'll like the movie. Elisabeth Shue is still candy to the eye.

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Ned Beatty kills it in Network. William Hurt is awesome in A History of Violence .

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