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Yes, that was my reaction after seeing it. It's one of those movies that you don't forget.

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Exactly. And after it ended, it continued eating at me,
so I attempted listing other films that made me feel like... that.

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I can't think of any others, personally.

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Robin Williams: Weapons Of Self-Destruction. Hilarious, and yet the title is a tad unsettling nowadays. Still makes me laugh, though---thanks for the gut-busting moments, Robin!

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I'm going to give Beefheart another listening chance based on the clips I've heard from these documentaries. But the guy who says that Beefheart's work eclipsed Zappa's is smoking fucking crack.


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2013. directed by john wells.
based on a play by tracy letts, who also wrote the screenplay.
meryl streep, julia roberts, chris cooper, ewan mcgregor, margo martindale, sam shepard, benedict cumberbatch, julianne nicholson, juliette lewis.

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Been watching a lot of SNL: Season 4 lately. I picked up Animal House yesterday for $5. Now, I can corrupt my son even further. :wink:


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Been watching a lot of SNL: Season 4 lately. I picked up Animal House yesterday for $5. Now, I can corrupt my son even further. :wink:


Probably the best season of the original cast. I just recently watched the first 9 seasons.

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I hope to have the first 4 seasons by x-mas. I have 1,4, and almost 2. So close, I just can't reach it yet.


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Philostopher wrote:
I picked up Animal House yesterday for $5.


"It's early afternoon in the spring of 1975. A young man with shoulder-length blond hair and wire-rim glasses walks into a Porsche dealership in Mid-town Manhattan. He's wearing torn jeans, basketball shoes and his old high school jacket, and he's staring at a red 911 Targa.

"I think I want that car," he says. The salesman ignores him. "No, really, I'll take it," he says. "And I'll pay cash."

The man is 27-year-old Doug Kenney, and the magazine he had co-founded, National Lampoon, is a runaway success. He has just sold his stake in it for millions. Three years later, the movie he would co-write, "National Lampoon's Animal House," would become the biggest grossing comedy in history and spawn a whole new cinematic genre. Kenney was golden in Hollywood. His second movie would be "Caddyshack." Today, almost a quarter of a century later, it remains a cult classic whose punch lines have become part of the very fabric of the game.

A month after "Caddyshack" opened, to lukewarm reviews, Kenney's body was found at the bottom of the Hanapepe Lookout in Hawaii. He was 33 years old.
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