I am unable to put one over on you.
We already knew you believe that. It's been very clear for a long time.
1st amendment baaaad. @nd amendment gooood.
Trumbo was running around Hollywood with a hammer and sickle supporting Stalin, who killed millions of his own people. In fact, Stalin invoked so much carnage there is no consensus on how many innocent civilians he had murdered and starved to death. Estimates run from 11 million all the way up to 50 million, and the lower number puts him pretty much in a dead heat with Hitler. That's some pretty exclusive company.
Enjoy the movie.
Sounds right up my alley. Thanks for the heads up.
That's messed up! You ought to write your own book, lol.
Never been a big fan of this reality show, either, especially after they added all the additional cast.
Thank you Nightcrawler, it has gotten so lynching has become a dirty word.
Thank the Great Spirits indeed, Mia.
I learned about the "Lets rescind everyone's inherent civil rights" crowd, and Lyndon Baines Johnson's progressive presidential hoodwinking, back in the sixties.
I won't soon forget.
Thank god you have retained your right to delusion and practice it religiously.
No thanks. Anyone who champions abolishing and/or restricting my inherent civil rights, I wouldn't spend one penny of my money on to see, or waste my time watching.
Apparently, Uncle, "I'll usurp your constitutional guaranteed inherent rights away in a New York minute" Chuckie has influenced Ms. Amy too much. Her loss...
Q was just adorable. My favorite line in the movie was, "I have a mortgage and 2 cats."
Phantom of the Paradise was hardly Brian de Palma's "debut". It was his eighth feature.
Important casting in-joke: In Edgar Wright's HOT FUZZ, Edward Woodward plays a seemingly harmless resident of the remote, award-winning English village of Sandford. Simon Pegg plays a London cop relocated to Sandford who discovers that "there are secrets bubbling beneath the...placid exterior" that involve a cult whose members murder mimes and juvenile delinquents "for the greater good (THE GREATER GOOD)" and to keep the town quaint.
It's the little things that make HOT FUZZ an A+ film.
Also, the Nic Cage remake (from Neil LaBute!) is indeed mercilessly dumb in spite of its invocation of the rare back-to-back dream sequence.
I found this movie deeply disturbing. A+
Really timeless, incredible tension. It's in rotation right now on BBC America, WATCH IT!
The worst part, for me as a child, was that our toilet made a howl just like the Boggy Creek Monster when it flushed.
Adding: I saw it at a drive-in in Texarkana with my mom & dad when I was 5 or 6. We were on our way to visit my grandparents in Ft. Worth. So I'm guessing that had to be the original run, when Pierce was still hawking it screen to screen. We practically lived in the woods back then, and I was scared to go out at night for a long time.
It actually happens really fast, which surprised me. I remember it taking forever too.
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