Discussion in 'General' started by RotoSequence, 13 Jul 2009.
I still haven't see Titanic. And I dont plan on.
Titanic actually is a good movie. The love story is there so that moms and 14 year old girls would go watch the movie, but it doesn't make the film any bad either. Plus, Kate Winslet is great (but not as great as in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind)
I have never seen The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and I don't know if I want to. I also didn't see Dr.Strangelove but I downloaded it
Dr. Strangelove is a great film - you owe it to yourself to watch it.
I really enjoyed the Good the bad and the ugly (I even enjoyed the japanese remake The Good, The Bad, The Wierd) also the other spaghetti westens (for a fistfull of dollars/few dollars more/dollar for the dead/fistfull of dynamite)
I just watched Fight Club for the first time the other week also, and had the same reaction as you.
Unicorn- I watched Schindler's List till about halfway through and then couldn't watch anymore. It's a great but very sad movie.
I think this week I will finally get around to Black Hawk Down.
I would also recommend the three James Dean movies, Rebel Without a Cause, East of Eden, and Giant
I must admit I have always avoided Schindler's List. I know that it would make me angry, and I know for sure that it would make me blub like a baby. Hell, I just glimpsed one short moment once, towards the end of the movie, where the war is over, and Schindler is crying "I could have saved more..." while his Jewish assistant is trying to reassure him that he did more than anyone could have hoped. I was choking back tears within five seconds flat.
Pan's Labyrinth --knew of it for a long time before I saw it. Grim but beautiful.
"Too harsh for hippies, too beautiful for bikers" --anonymous
Black Hawk Down is crazy but it's the kind of movie you watch only once.
Freaking good though, especially the part when the crowd tries to get to the guy in the crashed chopper. They basically inspired the map Crash in CoD4 from this scene (that's what I think anyway)
there are so many movies I'd like to watch but don't have/can't find the time to watch them
Star wars 4-6
Ok this may seem weird, I recently watched Fight Club and the version I have has a shot of a penis for literally 1 frame just before the credits cut it.. normal?
EDIT: Seen pretty much all "must watch" films apart from ANY of the Star Wars films!
There is a song on the G.B.&U. soundtrack called March Without Hope. My Biker bros. played it in the parking lot of the church Marilyn and I got married it. She was not amused.
They're dotted all the way through the film. See if you can catch one in the hospital scene at the beginning. You'll **** brix.
You missed the scene where they're in the cinema, then?
Episode 1, is ok'ish.
Episode 2, just don't bother, it's awful,
Episode 3 is worth watching, it's bit darker and the acting is improved,
Episodes 4,5,and 6 are just awesome.
Looks like I need to watch it again then!
I waited 4 years before I saw "The Godthumb" (Steve Oedekerk) and, well... I could have waited another 80, to be completely honest...
me too... i really should
I never saw Terminator till about a month ago, had seen 2 and 3 but just never seen the original.
this is the first time i've seen someone who i am assuming to be straight rush back to a movie due to having missed some penis shots.
I waited a couple hours last night to watch "The DaVinci Coeds".
Not as memorable as 'The Bare Wench Project'
DirecTv 200 channels of repeats and crap, but they have HD.
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