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Old 05-14-2008, 03:59 PM   #181
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You never really did tell me what you thought of A Night At The Opera. I assume you enjoyed it?
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Couldn't we just forget the fact a few thousand idiot teenage boys have the ugliest hairstyle in the world in Ireland?
Not after Larry brought it back into style.
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So what exactly was the "inappropriateness" involved?
My question exactly.
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Not after Larry brought it back into style.
Trust me Larry never looked as bad as these kids
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So what exactly was the "inappropriateness" involved?
I blame the teacher was saying it had to be PG-13. He should have said PG. He opened a lot of doors. But, here's what he dubbed inappropriate:

- As a replacement for a sex scene, myself and one other guy (playing a girl) got in a bathtub together.
- Two of the guys danced together, shirtless, to Eric Clapton.
- My character (a guy) died of bacterial vaginosis, an STD.
- One of the guys referred to Alan Rickman as "that bitch who's always in my house" without bleeping out bitch.
- The film was dedicated in the credits to all those suffering from bacterial vaginosis.
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Trust me Larry never looked as bad as these kids
Well, the greased back mullet is hard to top.
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You never really did tell me what you thought of A Night At The Opera. I assume you enjoyed it?
Yeah. It's kind of complex, actually, and needs a re-listen. I love Freddie Mercury's vocals, though.

Didn't like Bohemian Rhapsody all that much. Too much jumping around for me.
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Good man. I wanted to make sure you used a clip that didn't cut off the solo at the beginning.
I love the soundscapes of Soon.
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Yeah. It's kind of complex, actually, and needs a re-listen. I love Freddie Mercury's vocals, though.

Didn't like Bohemian Rhapsody all that much. Too much jumping around for me.
My favorite song off that album is The Prophet's Song. It really is a great album.
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Yeah. It's kind of complex, actually, and needs a re-listen. I love Freddie Mercury's vocals, though.

Didn't like Bohemian Rhapsody all that much. Too much jumping around for me.
The entire album jumps around too much, actually. You go from a sugary mid-tempo pop track (You're My Best Friend) to folk ('39) to glam rock (Sweet Lady) to 1930's vaudeville (Seaside Rendezvous) and over to prog (Prophet's Song) in the span of 5 tracks. It's tough to wrap your mind around, but it's amazing.
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I blame the teacher was saying it had to be PG-13. He should have said PG. He opened a lot of doors. But, here's what he dubbed inappropriate:

- As a replacement for a sex scene, myself and one other guy (playing a girl) got in a bathtub together.
- Two of the guys danced together, shirtless, to Eric Clapton.
- My character (a guy) died of bacterial vaginosis, an STD.
- One of the guys referred to Alan Rickman as "that bitch who's always in my house" without bleeping out bitch.
- The film was dedicated in the credits to all those suffering from bacterial vaginosis.
He probably should have said PG then; however, as mild as those scenes are, I understand where he's coming from.
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