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428656, ^^^Walleye sighting
Posted by Orbit_Established, Thu Jan-22-09 01:14 AM

And I personally LOVED American Splendor. One of my
favorite movies of the last 6-7 years, easily.

More later

>My dad met Charlie Wilson a few times and was able to augment
>the film "Charlie Wilson's War" with a hilarious Crocodile
>Dundee-esque story of him trying to explain the difference
>between an actual weapon and a WWI replica gun by bringing
>some absurdly dangerous machine gun into a bureaucrat's
>office. So that was pretty cool.
>I liked "The Libertine" and "Shadow of the Vampire". And
>that's it.
>The category "biopic" works as a kind of double filter because
>in order for me to actually enjoy one it has to a)be a decent
>movie and b)be about somebody I give a shit about. Maybe it's
>a filmmaker's job to make me care about somebody by making a
>decent movie, but some famous people are just too boring for a
>proper story. Getting me to care about the life of any
>post-Civil War (theirs, obviously, not ours) British Monarch
>is definitely an uphill battle. My mom wouldn't leave me
>alone about "The Queen" but it just looked super dull.