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Yes. I laughed like a hyena watching that sloppy, overrated mess of a "concert" film

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{I was off work, today, so it was movie catch-up time.}

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The Ox-Bow Incident (1943) isn't a typical shoot 'em up western.

When a rancher is found dead and his cattle stolen, the people of a small town form a mob and seek to kill those who they belive to be responsible with or without proof. Plenty of great scenes and dialogue. A morality play.

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Directed by William-Wild Bill-Wellman

Co-stars: Harry -M*A*S*H- Morgan, Anthony Quinn

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"When Julius loses his girlfriend, his job and the life of his father, his itch for a "quick fix" suffocates his ambitions and takes him on a trip through the disturbing addiction of crystal meth. Julius confides in Erica, who lures him into her erratic lifestyle, and their crazy romance brings him terrifying hallucinations and isolation as he learns that hedonism will not eliminate his pain. "

The thing that was a trip about this is that the actor's whole physique changes during the movie; he continued getting skinnier the more he gets into drugs. He started out kind of chubby and ended up really scrawny.

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Cloris Leachman gets eaten by a cartoon crocodile.
The origanal movie is amusingly enjoyable, but this one is more of a money-grab. Same story, similar characters, and almost all the croc shots are CG.

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Does anybody remember laughter? :D


Yes. I laughed like a hyena watching that sloppy, overrated mess of a "concert" film

The Led Zeppelin DVD from a few years back is fantastic.

I just finally got around to watching these two fine films.
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The Lives of Others, Germany 2006
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Great acting and photography. Almost over the edge in many ways. Music by Philip Glass.

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I just saw "Sicko" a couple of nights ago myself. It's one of those movies you end up wanting to pass around to people you know. "You gotta see this."

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I just saw "Sicko" a couple of nights ago myself. It's one of those movies you end up wanting to pass around to people you know. "You gotta see this."

Yes, and what really disturbed me about the whole thing was the film was
"actually" showing the rest of the world what suckers we, as Americans are
who have insurance are treated. People being denied a claim on a cancer
treatment because the insurance company deemed it "experimental".
Or the way Doctors working for the insurance companies would get "bonuses" for denying claims.

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swiftkicknow wrote:
I just saw "Sicko" a couple of nights ago myself. It's one of those movies you end up wanting to pass around to people you know. "You gotta see this."

Yes, and what really disturbed me about the whole thing was the film was
"actually" showing the rest of the world what suckers we, as Americans are
who have insurance are treated. People being denied a claim on a cancer
treatment because the insurance company deemed it "experimental".
Or the way Doctors working for the insurance companies would get "bonuses" for denying claims.

Oh yeah! And all the shit we've been told about France and Cuba our whole lives...then you see how they treat the ill compared to the way the USA does.

If you want to see a movie that includes what can happen to people who don't have insurance, check out "Maxed Out." If you liked Sicko you'll probably like Maxed Out, too.

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I just saw "Sicko" a couple of nights ago myself. It's one of those movies you end up wanting to pass around to people you know. "You gotta see this."

Yes, and what really disturbed me about the whole thing was the film was
"actually" showing the rest of the world what suckers we, as Americans are
who have insurance are treated. People being denied a claim on a cancer
treatment because the insurance company deemed it "experimental".
Or the way Doctors working for the insurance companies would get "bonuses" for denying claims.

Oh yeah! And all the shit we've been told about France and Cuba our whole lives...then you see how they treat the ill compared to the way the USA does.

If you want to see a movie that includes what can happen to people who don't have insurance, check out "Maxed Out." If you liked Sicko you'll probably like Maxed Out, too.

Good stuff swifty will definitley check it out....... 8)

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I bet you saw Iggy live and in person that night in Detroit. :)

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I bet you saw Iggy live and in person that night in Detroit. :)

Unfortunately Fritz,I missed the show that the DVD was recorded at. However,Miltie & I saw Iggy & The Stooges at the historic Fox Theatre in downtown Detroit last year and had a real cool time..... :wink:

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Iggy is still in real good shape I see. Most old rockers are so pathetic looking.


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