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Yeah, I thought this movie was fucking terrible. Social satire with a rocket launcher.
And it's kind of disturbing that movies like this are guilty pleasures for people.
Kind of a Debbie Downer post, but I really didn't like that movie for a lot of reasons.
The film's name certainly doesn't portend subtlety...
I watched Pretty in Pink. I vowed to not go out drinking this weekend so I should finish a couple more.
So far I'm through..
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Pretty in Pink
We are going to switch gears now. Next up is Clockwork Orange and after that is Apocalypse Now.
I'll continue to report back.
Prepare to feel weird during and after watching A Clockwork Orange.
"The biggest losers in life are people correcting message board grammar . Fact not opinion"
Just a note -- because of a couple of episodes of violence in the UK after A Clockwork Orange's release (that were postulated to be at least somewhat inspired by ACO), despite the fact that it was a runaway #1 at the UK box office, Kubrick chose to pull it from English theaters.
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willbo did you like 16 candles?
She has not aged particularly well, but she was in her prime in Fast Times.
Last night we had Taken on, then Showgirls (no sound on either, played music over it instead, made it much more enjoyable I'm guessing since I had never seen it before) and then turned the music off for Jurassic Park. I haven't seen 3 AM in a while, but it was a solid night.
"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
Couple of more obscure ones:
The pope of Greenwich village
Now youtube has a lot of movies for pay. Amazon too.
Watched the 5 hour version of Carlos on netflix instant streaming. Amazing movie about the terrorist Carlos the Jackal. I can't recommend it enough.
Loved Taken, but don't think Jurassic Park has held up very well. Saw Flight with Denzel last night. Pretty solid. It was weird watching him get totally soused and flushing his life down the toilet while I was getting totally soused. Not drinking tonight tho!
Bill Murray's bro is the caddie master in Caddy Shack, one of the goat.
Did a clockwork orange mess you up so bad that you stopped watching movies? Are you running around to poker games dressed in all white with a baseball bat and taking people's money. Are you reading for the part of "Dim" in the re-make?
We've been waiting over a month for your reaction.
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The Godfather I and II
Treasure of the Sierra Madre
The 3 Musketeers (the old old one from the 40's)
The Usual Suspects
Die Hard (still the best action movie of all time)
Pork Chop Hill
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
True Grit (both versions)
The Outlaw Josey Wales
No one commented, so I'm wondering if any of you have seen this movie. I ask because after thinking about it, it might be the greatest movie I've ever seen. It was over 5 hours long and there was not one dull scene. Brilliantly acted, IMO. Curious if those who've seen it had anything close to the same reaction.
I saw it several months ago. Very good. It was a 2 part thing on Netflix, right?
Yeah, I'm sure you're talking about the same movie, it was 3 parts though. I had planned on watching it over 2 or 3 nights, but once I started it I couldn't turn it off.
IMDB's top 250 Movies List is a good reference when I look for new movies to watch.
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