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Quote: Originally Posted by StephenHero Some Bergman is a bit overrated IMO as well. I think Seventh Seal is a really boring movie: a supremely intelligent, but dreadfully boring movie. What do you mean by "supremely intelligent." I'm not trying to be a dick. I'm genuinely curious because you sound an awful lot like me when I don't get something that has been well received by critics. Also, what don't you like about Jules and Jim. Do the...
Quote: Originally Posted by Sesame Seed That’s a great film, right there. Another underrated John Huston film that you may like is ‘The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean’ with Paul Newman. I've heard about that one but I haven't seen it. I'll watch it. Thanks.
Yeah I agree. I guess they threw those in there to keep it interesting. But the review was plenty interesting by itself--Just realized we're critiquing a critique. God bless the internet.
Good. It deserves another attempt. I remember watching in in class back in the day. It didn't shake me to my core or anything. But it did make me wanna find the real Stephen Glass and give him a wedgie.
In my experience, most people think they are unphotogenic. They look more or less the same in photos as the do in real life. The problem is they overestimate their looks. The mirror doesn't upset their overestimation. The camera does.
I watched Wise Blood yesterday. Has anybody seen it? I'd never read any Flannery O'Connor, so I went in not really knowing what to expect. I was blown away. That little shriveled-up little Jesus mummy, that gross fat hooker, the monkey suit--all of it. Some good quotes: Quote: I'm here to start my own church, the Church of Christ without Christ, where the blind don’t see and the lame don’t walk and what’s dead stays that...
Very cool. I've seen these many times before. If I remember right, the photographer's caption for this photo was something like "bums loafing around in the street." If he saw these guys and thought "bums," imagine how completely he would flip his shit if he could walk around wal-mart today.
I somehow missed this entirely. I watched the Phantom Menace review and a few segments of AotC. Pretty funny and very insightful. Thanks for posting this.
To you fellas who have done this, how did you get started? Did you poke around on google til you found something? Did you find a job through your school? Did you use a recruiter? Excuse me if these are naive questions. I really don't know much about the process.
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