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Regurgitation For: Movie Reviews

I read all of it. Seriously.

Shaun of the Dead and Full Metal Jacket are two of my fave movies.

Gone With The Wind was crap - I agree.

Citizen Kane is considered to be the best movie of all time because it used a lot of cinematic devices that we now consider common for the very first time. So, it wasn't as good as much as it was trailblazing.

Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? My father in law has never met me. Refuses to. And hasn't spoken to his daughter since she moved in with me. Unfortunately, this crap is still happening in our world.

Declared by Maine at September 13, 2005 10:38 AM

I'm a huge Clark Gable fan so I was glad to see that you saw "It Happened One Night". That is one movie that really stands up to the test of time.

Of course, I also adore GWTW, despite it's ugly reminders of the shoddy treatment of African-Americans, both in the Civil War times and in the prejudices of 20th century America. I have read the book a million times, so you tend to get more out of Scarlett's selfish character in the movie from knowing her in the book.

Declared by D Bunny at September 13, 2005 12:34 PM

Your tastes are similar to mine - Shrek, Elephant Man, and The Gods must be crazy was a great cult film. I don't see many movies these days, unfortunately.

Declared by Ruth at September 14, 2005 03:35 AM

I remember seeing The Gods Must Be Crazy for the first time - in a movie theatre with my parents ... and isn't there a part where a rhinocerous keeps running out of the forest to stomp out their campfires? Am I imagining that? In my memory, it was one of the funniest most bizarre things I had ever seen. The rhino NEEDING to stomp out their campfires.

I love that movie.

Declared by red at September 14, 2005 01:07 PM
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