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Old 01-23-2008, 09:31 PM   #376
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I'm shaking in my little bastard pants.
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You'll be shitting in them soon enough.

















...I don't know what that means either
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I know what it means.

It means.....that.....you'll be shitting....right in your own pantaloons, YLB. Yes. From FEAR!
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I shit my pants every time I see Javier Bardem.

Meaning, I wear a diaper every time I read one of your posts, NSFW.
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I was going to change my avatar to a Ledger one, and for some reason, just did not. Not sure why.
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You can change your avatar without being a premium.

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I was going to change my avatar to a Ledger one, and for some reason, just did not. Not sure why.

Probably because you're a Douchebag McStupidfuck.
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Getting back to movies, I just found myself thinking about Eyes Wide Shut for the last 15 minutes or so.

It's amazing really, how this film hasn't fully left my mind since I first saw it 2 months ago.
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It's one of those films that you can keep bringing new insight and experience to, and keep getting new things out of it.

Which is why in the future it may very well be remembered as the best film of the 90's, esp. after people have shedded the Tom & Nicole baggage. It's certainly one of them.
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Probably because you're a Douchebag McStupidfuck.
That's a good point, actually.

Laz, I saw you mention Solaris in another thread.

I think that I'm the only person I know that really liked that film. I remember seeing it either right before or after Punch Drunk Love, and wondering why the fuck people did not like these 2 films better.
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Probably because you're a Douchebag McStupidfuck.
That's a good point, actually.

Laz, I saw you mention Solaris in another thread.

I think that I'm the only person I know that really liked that film. I remember seeing it either right before or after Punch Drunk Love, and wondering why the fuck people did not like these 2 films better.

I really like Eyes Wide Shut, but I'll admit to something sort of lame. I find the street scenes distracting, sort of. I'm from NYC and it was obviously a re-creation of NYC and it sort of took something away from the film for me. That's insanely minor, I know, but it was a visceral reaction, not something I pondered. I'll agree, though, that I found it haunting in its own way and it was most definitely lodged in my head long after seeing it.
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Well, the way to rationalize the NYC exterior stuff is just to consider that what happens for most of the film is taking place in Bill's head. If you look at it as a dream or fantasy of New York City, then it's perhaps less distracting.

And yes, Solaris was hugely underappreciated. I think it was advertised as something completely different because it was a sci-fi film produced by James Cameron. And kudos to him for letting Soderbergh make the film he wanted to, even if it wasn't very commercial. They should have given it a slower art-house release and tried to build word of mouth.

There's a sad lack of intelligent science fiction film for adults, this is about as much as you could ask from the genre.

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Well, the way to rationalize the NYC exterior stuff is just to consider that what happens for most of the film is taking place in Bill's head. If you look at it as a dream or fantasy of New York City, then it's perhaps less distracting.

And yes, Solaris was hugely underappreciated. I think it was advertised as something completely different because it was a sci-fi film produced by James Cameron. And kudos to him for letting Soderbergh make the film he wanted to, even if it wasn't very commercial. They should have given it a slower art-house release and tried to build word of mouth.

There's a sad lack of intelligent science fiction film for adults, this is about as much as you could ask from the genre.

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Julianne Moore is still the ugliest crier I've seen.
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