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brutally violent or funny or moronic or something. A good storyline would be a plus
Or Guinea Pig: Flowers of Flesh and Blood.
was better than I expected plus you can't go wrong with Uma Thurman. Ah if I were gay....
By the same director and equally brilliant.
reading the Filming section on Gummo on wikipedia has some nice stories.
but I have a craving to watch Lord of War so I might do that tonight if you want to come over? We can make it a sleepover....nah but seriously....erm
Don't know. Sorry I can't help.
Or Teen Fantasies 9.
I'm going to watch it now.
how rubbish is Survival of The Dead? A bit? Very? Ima watch it anyway
I wouldn't waste your time. Watch Evil Dead 2 again instead.
dreadful gubbins. It really reminded me of that episode of Murder, She Wrote where she went to Ireland, but with zombies
You should watch it too and we can be film buddies. OMG!
Where the Wild Things Are
I'd never seen any of them before, and they were all good. Annie Hall especially - I realise I've been missing out on Woody Allen for years. Luckily, I got Annie Hall as part of a 6-film box set for a tenner, so there's plenty more where that came from...
Hot Rod is always awesome.
Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
Escape from New York
Try one of these and let me know how you get on.
i can take or leave the other ones. In fact, unless you have a penchant for leather underpants i'd definitely give 300 a miss
David Carradine is in it, even though he is dead.
That's my recommendation to you. A film that I have recorded but not watched yet. You're welcome.
features a woman from my place of work
I spit on your grave
Crash (Cronenberg one)
Tetsuo: The Iron Man
The ATP Movie
Johnny Got His Gun
Most of those involve horrific violence if thats what you're after
any good? not the queen latifah version.
If you havn't seen Transporter yet, I would advise you to do so.
The law of diminishing returns strikes both the Taxi and Transporter franchises particularly hard.
The Queen Latifah starring remake of Taxi is apparently a blight on cinema.
and loved it.
Its all fast cars, loud noises, sharp editing and spectacularrrrrrrr stunts.
Check out District 13 as well if you havn't seen it.
I like Luc Besson's work.
Beavis and Butthead do America
Deathrace 2000 (original Carradine and Stallone starring version)
that was funny and violent.
the trauilers made it look shite but it was so rockin
and although it was definitely a bit too long I thought it was really good.
it's pretty brilliant. Beautifully shot and scored, desolate as anything, full of absolute cunts. It's an unpleasant, deeply depressing movie. Good times
next stop: Darkly Noon
Some of the most memorable dialogue I've ever watched.
that mixture of poignancy and humour is something that's quite difficult to get right, but they did it perfectly. The tone of it reminded me a bit of In Bruges actually
this is a bump by the way.. now i want to watch something silly
TELL ME SOME MORE FILMS
I'M CURRENTLY WATCHING DRAG ME TO HELL. THAT IS GOOD. TELL MEE MORE
It's funny, violent and moronic. It's outrageous.