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Old 07-02-2007, 11:22 PM   #91
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I need to see Twin Peaks the TV series, but I'll probably stay away from the movie. I've heard it's pretty rough.
The show is great and I think you might enjoy it. The movie is so intense. That's what makes it so great. Basically you are watching a film knowing this tragic, doomed character is going to die before the movie ends. I know you judge movies and if you're able to watch a film over and over. This is the opposite in that you know it's good because you can't watch it a hundred. The experience just takes so much out of you. It is a spectacular film.
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Old 07-02-2007, 11:23 PM   #92
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Hmm, I'll probably give it a shot after I watch the series. I thought A Clockwork Orange would be a lot more fucked up than it was, but aside from a few rape scenes, it wasn't too bad.
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I have it on the Netflix queue right after the Sergio Leone "Man with No Name" Trilogy.
So be it.
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Hmm, I'll probably give it a shot after I watch the series. I thought A Clockwork Orange would be a lot more fucked up than it was, but aside from a few rape scenes, it wasn't too bad.
Yeah, what's a little ultra-violence? Nothing when you come from O-Town. Throw it up!
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The show is great and I think you might enjoy it. The movie is so intense. That's what makes it so great. Basically you are watching a film knowing this tragic, doomed character is going to die before the movie ends. I know you judge movies and if you're able to watch a film over and over. This is the opposite in that you know it's good because you can't watch it a hundred. The experience just takes so much out of you. It is a spectacular film.
as much as I loved the series...I am sad to say i have never seen the movie...I was too afraid.....I heard how rough it was....and i am a bit of wus....maybe now all this time has passed I should watch it... I have always been curious
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as much as I loved the series...I am sad to say i have never seen the movie...I was too afraid.....I heard how rough it was....and i am a bit of wus....maybe now all this time has passed I should watch it... I have always been curious
Watch it.
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Yeah, what's a little ultra-violence? Nothing when you come from O-Town. Throw it up!
O-town is the center of ultra-violence, don't you know?

All of the little devotckas running around in circles.
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Watch it.
ok...but I am a wus
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For one glorious day, de-wus.
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OK ...i will keep you posted
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Please do that.
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The Stephen A. av still kills me. I have a craving for Cheese Doodles now.
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2. 4. and 7. Some of the most overhyped movies. 12., 16. and 28. got robbed.

LOTR actually did well considering the movies are relatively young, and ROTJ is actually lower than any LOTR episode but SW is beating the crap out of LOTR. I thought the director did a good job, considering the legendary status of the novels, the fact that he did not cast Hollywood A-list actors (actually, make that Hollywood had squat to do with the movies) for lead roles and being a virtually unknown fillmmaker himself. Oh and he did all three simoultaneously. It had a huge disaster potential.

Unfortunately, the weakest of the three got to won the most Oscars.
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The Stephen A. av still kills me. I have a craving for Cheese Doodles now.
I read that as "Chinese Doodles" and was so lost.
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That too.
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