gonna go watch a clockwork orange.

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Nov 14, 2008
  1. Man18
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    yay.

    [​IMG] for p1ngp0ng
     
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    Do that [​IMG]

    Me too, soon....again.....for the 20th+ time.......
     
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    Great movie with great insight. I think everyone needs to see this at least once to know what is.
     
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    Is it a great movie? I have it but I have yet to watch it.
     
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    i read the book. not as good as the book. I feel that you need to read the book to fully understand the movie. while im watching this other around me dont know what the hell is going on so i guess all in all read the book before or after you see the movie. if you see the movie first read the book after then watch the movie.

    its a good movie but i dont really feel as strongly about it. sort of worth the watch but I wouldnt go out of my way again to see it.
     
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    need a cigarette after that movie but it makes me want to read the book again. I feel the need to reminisce.
     
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    I remember you saying that you don't smoke very often, but just from time to time when you feel like it (if I can remember well)..

    How come you don't find movie that good!! I absolutely love it......And I love the book too..

    Only thing is that last chapter in book, that changes everything..the whole point of the story..But American books are lacking it, and so is the movie!
     
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    i had the last chapter when I read the book (he was a nice guy again). like I said its a good movie worth the watch but im not gonna do much to see it again. I can understand why you like it so much. but not exactly a "great movie"
     
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    Thing is bro I really cant see it having the same impact on the DS then it would on a regular tv!
     
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    That, or even projector!!
     
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    imo its the story not the imagery (i mean not on kubrick but on burgess) and the DS was about 10 inches from my face the whole time. wsc ill watch it again no problem but on the tv is hard. will need to use some head phones.
     

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