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Patrick Swayze dies at 57

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Patrick Swayze, the talented actor who danced his way into viewers' hearts with "Dirty Dancing" and then broke them with "Ghost," died today after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 57.

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source: Associated Press

Dirty Dancing - Final Dance - Time of my Life

image: Fair Use/photobucket: PATRICK SWAYZE... :rip1:

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When I was a teenager I was totally spastic about Roadhouse.

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The Ghost

Now I remember that movie....sad to hear with that news...

It sounds like a horror movie, but it's a romantic fairy tale. The scariest thing about it is its shamelessness. A young New York bank executive, Sam (Patrick Swayze), is killed, on the street, at a moment in his life when everything seems to be going his way. After his death, Sam sticks around, as a spirit (and Swayze stays onscreen, as a body). He attends his funeral; watches his beautiful girlfriend, Molly (Demi Moore), drift grief-stricken through the spectacular loft they had just moved into; and then devotes himself to protecting her from the people who killed him. Through a reluctant psychic (Whoopi Goldberg), he tries to communicate with Molly; later, an experienced ghost (Vincent Schiavelli) teaches him how to move objects and break stuff.

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Ghost was a pretty good movie - I agree Lizzydown21

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I don't go to see a lot of movies. Ghost was the only movie of his that I ever watched. Wifey dragged me along. I liked the movie which is a lot more than I can say for most of the flicks she makes me watch.

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I don't go to see a lot of movies. Ghost was the only movie of his that I ever watched.

Acquire Red Dawn and Roadhouse. You owe it to yourself.

Red Dawn is a 1984 American war film directed and co-written by John Milius and also written by Kevin Reynolds. The film is set in an alternate timeline during the mid-1980s, and deals with an invasion of the United States by the Soviet Union and its Central American allies. However, the onset of World War III is merely in the background of the plot and not fully elaborated upon. The story follows a group of American high school students who resist their foreign occupiers through guerrilla warfare and call themselves the Wolverines, after their high school mascot.

Road House is a 1989 action film directed by Rowdy Herrington and starring Patrick Swayze as a bouncer at a seedy roadside bar who protects a small town in Missouri from a corrupt businessman.

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OK, I will. Your movie picks have to be better than her's. :lol:

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my favourite patrick swayze movie: point break

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