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Commander_Venus
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8620 posts since 16/7/06

11 Nov 2007 23:42
I think Invisible Touch was the group's undisputed masterpiece. It's an epic meditation on intangibility. At the same time, it deepens and enriches the meaning of the preceding three albums………………………………………………………………….Famez, get down on your knees so Sabrina can see your asshole.
Brian Damage
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7996 posts since 21/10/03

11 Nov 2007 23:43
lol^ think i may pull out my american psycho dvd now
Guido
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12884 posts since 20/4/05

11 Nov 2007 23:44
Brian Damage wrote: lol^ think i may pull out my american psycho dvd now

never heard it called that before!
velvet
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9530 posts since 12/6/06

11 Nov 2007 23:46
Laughing out loud at CV

Christie… i want you to clean your vagina
andymakesglasses
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20355 posts since 26/1/06

12 Nov 2007 00:01
Guido wrote: woooooooooosssshhhhhhh

I haven't seen it for a while, FaMeZ just informed me of my mistake Laughing out loud

Mr and Mrs Smith - passes the time, but a bit silly
india
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5665 posts since 31/10/05

12 Nov 2007 08:10
i think enduring love is good. its on normal tonight at 11.40. (i think)

watch it if you aint seen it.
FrIEND
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13554 posts since 27/11/03

12 Nov 2007 08:58
another thing about the american psycho film I like is the dancing at the very beginning of the film in the disco. there's some good old elbow movements in there.

anyone seen this Laughing out loud

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Psycho_2
india
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5665 posts since 31/10/05

12 Nov 2007 09:00
ive seen it. pretty rubbish.
Guido
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12884 posts since 20/4/05

12 Nov 2007 10:17
andymakesglasses wrote:
Guido wrote: woooooooooosssshhhhhhh

I haven't seen it for a while, FaMeZ just informed me of my mistake Laughing out loud

Mr and Mrs Smith - passes the time, but a bit silly

I watched the end of Mr and Mrs Smith. jolie is obscenely fit in that!
andymakesglasses
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20355 posts since 26/1/06

12 Nov 2007 10:21
you should've watched the beginning
Guido
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12884 posts since 20/4/05

12 Nov 2007 10:29
I've seen the bit in the PVC basque before. Does it improve on that? she has got ugly knees but I'll forgive her that.
andymakesglasses
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20355 posts since 26/1/06

12 Nov 2007 10:37
she looks good in Colombia
Paolo G
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7408 posts since 10/8/06

12 Nov 2007 12:02
Cried my eyes out million dollar baby last night Oops (no homo)
Guido
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12884 posts since 20/4/05

12 Nov 2007 12:08
Paolo G wrote: Cried my eyes out million dollar baby last night Oops (no homo)

Watched that on a come down… not one of my best moves. Still didn't cry. don't get this crying at films lark. (No sinitta)
Paolo G
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7408 posts since 10/8/06

12 Nov 2007 12:11
Normally I can hold it down if viewing with others, but I was on my own last night and feeling emotional so I just let myself go with it Laughing out loud
Guido
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12884 posts since 20/4/05

12 Nov 2007 12:14
fair play. Bit in a film which gets me every time when Goose dies.
Kingmob07
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8976 posts since 11/5/07

12 Nov 2007 12:15
Commander_Venus wrote:
MoB wrote:
Kingmob07 wrote:
carmelo15 wrote:
FaMeZ wrote: I am catching up on a few films.

Rules of Attraction - Any good?

Awesome film, love the Europe montage at the end

Anyone remember when Roger Avary was going to release a full length or at least longer edit of that Europe montage- I believe it was based on another of Ellis's books anyway. Did that materialise on a SE DVD? Looked like a right laugh.

glitterati, there were rumours and they have the footage but its never appeared anywhere as far as i know.

Avery made Glitterati (note; not Glamorama) it was shown at private screening etc but has not yet (and I imagine never will) be released on DVD.

Avery actually went round Europe with Pardue, who remained in character as Victor Ward, ( I doubt mant people in Europe would have recognised Kip Pardue).
They just took the camera everywhere and Pardue did whatever he thought Victor would. Avery claims to have a lot of (real) footage of Kip Pardue fucking "a lot" of models/girls on the trip.
Not such a bad life being an actor.

Yep, that's pretty much what I'd heard. And it doesn't look staged at all which is why it'd be a riot to see the whole thing….as long as it wasn't just Avery getting his kicks filming bobbing man ass.
FrIEND
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13554 posts since 27/11/03

12 Nov 2007 12:25
http://www.harmony-korine.com/paper/main/f_fight.html

Did this ever come out? Laughing out loud
Charles Winthorpe III
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5474 posts since 29/7/05

12 Nov 2007 12:47
FrIEND wrote: http://www.harmony-korine.com/paper/main/f_fight.html

Did this ever come out? Laughing out loud


nope. he screened it a couple of times at some proper outback film festivals, i dont think his intention was to release it.. more for his own kicks.

in regards to glamorama, the kip pardue europe shoot was filmed more for the purpose to get funding for a full shoot, i think pardue is too old now and avery still owns the rights, but i dont thinks he's pursuing the project anymore, maybe because (a) its a very complicated shoot.. .terrorism and supermodels? (b) zoolander stole and mocked the concept. i think ellis is pursuing legal action against stiller and co regarding the similarities.
Commander_Venus
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8620 posts since 16/7/06

12 Nov 2007 15:53
Models as terrorists/assasins was done in the 70's so Ellis has no chance of a successful lawsuit.
Anyway you can't copyright an idea, only the process,method and treatment of that idea.

As for the Harmony Korine fight doc, EDIT; just click on that link