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Posted by: Goblin_Queen
« on: May 04, 2005, 05:38:41 PM »

Quote from: Tyson
*weeps softly*


It's ok, I cried my first time too.
Posted by: Tyson
« on: May 04, 2005, 05:28:25 PM »

*weeps softly*
Posted by: Goblin_Queen
« on: May 04, 2005, 05:27:26 PM »

Quote from: Tyson
AGH! MY EYES!

NOT SAFE FOR WORK!

AGH!


Uh oh.  Did I do a no-no?  Should I fix that or something?
Posted by: Tyson
« on: May 04, 2005, 05:10:29 PM »

AGH! MY EYES!

NOT SAFE FOR WORK!

AGH!
Posted by: Goblin_Queen
« on: May 04, 2005, 05:08:42 PM »

I can't believe you guys didn't mention anything about Johnathan Rhys Meyers.  This makes up for it.



And since we're on the subject of Velvet Goldmine...



Great Googlymoogly!

Also, Jonathan is going to be playing Elvis in a made for TV movie that's coming up this month.  All I can say about that is, "What the fuck?"  I can't imagine him trying to do the Elvis drawl.  It's sad that I'm going to have to sit through it just to see that lovely boy.  Thank god for the mute button.
Posted by: jreale
« on: May 04, 2005, 12:33:49 PM »

Quote from: nacho
Should I avoid Bad Santa?


Absolutely not. You should love it and hug it and pet it and call it George.  The quote most frequently used around our house is, "You ain't gonna shit right for a week."

After you see it, you can tell us yours.
Posted by: Matt
« on: May 04, 2005, 09:13:59 AM »

Here, Nacho, let me put it this way: The Butterfly Effect was to movies what The Da Vinci Code was to books. Plus it's like every single Star Trek time-travel episode ever. Except repeated, because Kutcher can't stop fucking up everything.
Posted by: nacho
« on: May 04, 2005, 08:34:13 AM »

Quote from: Nubbins
Quote from: nacho
I have the entire Donovan collection.  And a couple gigs of Tull!


Dude, I was hooked on Donovan for about 2 months right after you came to visit me.  I'd just started using Netflix and one of the first movies I got was To Die For... I knew I needed a Donovan album as the credits roll and Season of the Witch begins to play.  It's just rolling credits as the guy's sister is doing her ice skating routine on that frozen pond with Kidman... well, I won't ruin it if you haven't seen it.


Yeah, I saw it.  That was Kidman's fully clothed period.
Posted by: Nubbins
« on: May 04, 2005, 12:19:58 AM »

Quote from: nacho
I have the entire Donovan collection.  And a couple gigs of Tull!


Dude, I was hooked on Donovan for about 2 months right after you came to visit me.  I'd just started using Netflix and one of the first movies I got was To Die For... I knew I needed a Donovan album as the credits roll and Season of the Witch begins to play.  It's just rolling credits as the guy's sister is doing her ice skating routine on that frozen pond with Kidman... well, I won't ruin it if you haven't seen it.
Posted by: nacho
« on: May 04, 2005, 12:07:46 AM »

Quote from: Cassander
Quote from: nacho
Quote from: Cassander
i should also take this opportunity to point out, and Nacho will back me up here, that anyone who hasn't seen Rules of Attraction yet needs to FUCKING BREAK INTO BLOCKBUSTER RIGHT NOW.

yes, there are WB stars in it.  but they are trying to ruin their saccharine reputations, and for the most part, it works.  plus Eric Stoltz.  plus Bret Easton Ellis wrote the book.  plus kicking soundtrack.  plus one of the most beautiful split screen scenes ever.  plus machetes.

GO!

maybe i'll watch that instead.


Sweet black Jesus, this is true.  That movie floored me.  Hey, I need to find those online-only songs and upload them.


Don't forget the Cure song, "six different ways"!  and donovan's song "colours"!

smell y'all lata.


I have the entire Donovan collection.  And a couple gigs of Tull!

Here's Tom & Dandy:
http://www.greatsociety.org/trackforum/viewtorrent.php?t=16
Posted by: Cassander
« on: May 03, 2005, 11:57:57 PM »

Quote from: nacho
Quote from: Cassander
i should also take this opportunity to point out, and Nacho will back me up here, that anyone who hasn't seen Rules of Attraction yet needs to FUCKING BREAK INTO BLOCKBUSTER RIGHT NOW.

yes, there are WB stars in it.  but they are trying to ruin their saccharine reputations, and for the most part, it works.  plus Eric Stoltz.  plus Bret Easton Ellis wrote the book.  plus kicking soundtrack.  plus one of the most beautiful split screen scenes ever.  plus machetes.

GO!

maybe i'll watch that instead.


Sweet black Jesus, this is true.  That movie floored me.  Hey, I need to find those online-only songs and upload them.


Don't forget the Cure song, "six different ways"!  and donovan's song "colours"!

smell y'all lata.
Posted by: Cassander
« on: May 03, 2005, 11:56:32 PM »

ok, glitz rock, here i come.
Posted by: nacho
« on: May 03, 2005, 11:56:27 PM »

Quote from: Cassander
i should also take this opportunity to point out, and Nacho will back me up here, that anyone who hasn't seen Rules of Attraction yet needs to FUCKING BREAK INTO BLOCKBUSTER RIGHT NOW.

yes, there are WB stars in it.  but they are trying to ruin their saccharine reputations, and for the most part, it works.  plus Eric Stoltz.  plus Bret Easton Ellis wrote the book.  plus kicking soundtrack.  plus one of the most beautiful split screen scenes ever.  plus machetes.

GO!

maybe i'll watch that instead.


Sweet black Jesus, this is true.  That movie floored me.  Hey, I need to find those online-only songs and upload them.
Posted by: Cassander
« on: May 03, 2005, 11:54:20 PM »

god...staying up til dawn, eh?

Godfather.  May is no time for vietnam movies.  That's september/october fare.
Posted by: Tyson
« on: May 03, 2005, 11:53:29 PM »

Ok. I'm going to work on my English midterm essay a bit then grab some trash food and watch a movie. I need a fucking break.

Which movie should I watch?

The Godfather
or
Apocalypse Now Redux

EDIT: My midterm thesis, for your laughter:

Quote
Gangs: Hope and Belonging
In “The Blackstone Rangers,” Gwendolyn Brooks asserts that blacks who join street gangs join them because the leaders of those gangs offer visions of hope—of hope for a brighter future—that is hard to come by for those living in desperately poor ghettos. Brooks uses the relationships between the leaders of the Chicago street gang “The Blackstone Rangers” and the girls who associated themselves with the gang, the “Rangerettes”, to show that youths who took part in the gang did so for the sense of belonging to something with hope of a brighter future that they got from belonging to the gang.