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ahhh an amazing film.
first time i've watched a film that i didn't want to end, in a very long time.
love it so much, but you HAVE to watch it with a home cinema system to get the full effect, usualy its optional but with this film its a neccesity.
so it feels as though that scary fridge is actually in my room? haha
but the soundtrack warrants it as does the dissorientating nature of the film, the end moments really spin u out if u have the right system for it.
I can't remember the ending though. I think it was confusing
and then he's fine!
thought it was very MTV. style over substance, just crap really.
with nutty girls who think that just because you've seen it, it makes you an eligible choice for husband and make a point of this in the first conversation you ever have, about eight minutes in.
not to generalise.
it's not wrong to find that bit slightly hot right?
and I'm aware that the handling of drugs in it couldn't be less subtle and the film has its flaws. I just like it in spite of them
... but it's no Fountain =)
Just a shame it puts a thirty quid dent in your wallet. One of those slightly poncy but highly beautiful films that tend to fall by the wayside, a bit like The Assassination Of Jesse James et al.
I'd say the characters are wholly believable in the context of the film (as you've said, a melodrama of sorts) but just wouldn't be convincing outside of it, as people
All my friends kept telling me how amazing Requiem For A Dream is, but I don't see it myself. It's good, but it's not amazing, and I certainly wouldn't feel obliged to watch it again.
Still have the mental scars and unnecessarily graphic imagery burnt onto my retina when I sleep at night. I watched it with a girl I really fancied at the time.
So yeah... real nice 'date' that one... unsurprisingly we just stayed friends
but I like it.