If it's crap ... We'll tell you
What was the movie that shook you deep inside your soul? That one movie that not only changed how you look at film, but life in general. For me it would be A Clockwork Orange. When I first saw that film it shook me to my very core. It made me question the way I looked at life and what it meant to be human. It was the first movie I saw that made me think days on end. From that point on I never saw film the same way again. Film to me wasn’t just about entertainment anymore; it was a form of art, and it was a way to speak your mind. Do you have a film like that? If so what is it?
That German DVD cover makes it sound even more like an awkward porno.
Hahahaha, nice choice.
Jenny McCarthy looks like such a man on that cover.
I thought that was a Wayans brother in whiteface.
Probably? I am massaging my prostate with a Lebanese cucumber while I jerk it to that pic right now.
Also, I'm thinking of you. This load is gonna be so huge!
Not to mention Keenan Thompson looks less like himself and more like someone is wearing Keenan Thompson's skin as a suit.
The Pursuit of Happyness.
*sniff* it was so touching.
You and me both brother haha.
I hate it when people say that just because Kubrick shows rape and violence that he condones it. He's making a point dammit!
But when I first watched Eyes Wide Shut I didn't like it that much. I thought it was kinda boring. But I watched it again cause well (cough Nicole Kidman cough) and I liked it alot better the second time. It's alot like Clockwork on how the story is structured. I found it alot funnier too. Tom Cruise is getting offers left and right to have sex and he's like "No!" But when he wants cheat on his wife, then thats when shit goes wrong. Kind of ironic you know haha. It has a cool message too, can people really stay faithful and if you can trust others. Makes you THINK!