Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Typhoon, Oct 4, 2009.
D.A.R.Y.L - 7.5/10
I don't see what a Deep Underground Military Base has to do with that movie.
I was referring to @Deezus first flick Dicks. Up. My. Butthole.
This was back when Deezy had a low hairline and his body was much more taut. He was an archetypical twink.
There were several TMTA scenes. He went black, he went back and he went black again. He also went tranny, midget and he did a "Sex Olympics" short featuring the "High Hump" "Triple Pump" and several sprint events. He also won nude figure skating, which hilariously was completely out of season. He medaled in each event, but there was some manufactured controversy at the end as to whether his figure skating win was the result of him bribing the Russian judge with handjobs in the locker room hot tub. Footage was found and displayed prominently at 45:27-47:38
Three spurts out of 4.
FYI, 1984 was released in 1949.
I was about to post something similar when I saw it referred to as a derivative.
Aware, mismatched predecessor and derivative to appropriate works in that sentence
I just watched Syriana
I have no idea about anything that happened in it. I am no more informed about anything, including the plot or and characters etc.
I just sat there. I think I masterbated twice, and I took a break to watch an hour long Richard Dawkins debate halfway through.
The Autopsy of Jane Doe was creepy and original. If you like horror and it being more atmospheric and not just jump scares, give this a watch. Creepy from the start.
Capote was good, but not as good as it was hyped. It was thought provoking, yet simple. But that's what makes it palatable and why it won awards.
Munich was fucking amazing.
Anyone see Moonlight? I don't want to spoil it for anyone, but I give it a 10/10 and it was one of the best films I've ever seen. So much could have bordered on exploitative and overdone if everything wasn't so perfect, particularly the acting from everyone in the film.
Haven't seen it yet, but it's getting Oscar buzz, so I will probably see it sometime before the Oscars.
I don't want to spoil anything since I think the less you know, the more powerful it will be when you do watch. That said, I have nothing in common with Chiron (the main character) and it was still incredibly moving for me. It's the rare film that really broadens your horizons and challenges the way you think about certain issues and I'd recommend it as a must watch.
Requiem for the American dream -
I'm assuming that's Noam Chomsky narrating.
Good watch.. politics, economy. I'm 20% in, he's mentioned the trilateral commission but I doubt he'll go much further.
Bone Tomahawk. Just started.
I'm fascinated by sadism and medieval torture and ended up on the one brutal torture scene in this movie through a reddit thread about the Spanish Donkey that led to discussion about splitting people in half.
Good so far. Disturbing.
Sort of a Western/Horror.