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Kids Right Now On Showcase!!!!

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Booty Bits

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really?

i hate that movie.
that kiss in the opening scene is possibly the most revolting exchange of bodily fluids i have ever had the misfortune of witnessing.

i really hate that movie.
 

sarafina

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i have always wanted to see that movie even since high school?
I had alsways heard so many cool things about it...but then recently i started reading a book that has given me several things in my life to think about and possibly change...I have just seen a new perspective :) and the book mentioned something about a rape see in that movie that was extremely negative towars women...ok..i t hink i'm rambling a little herre probably b/c my brain is not at full capacity and i have to sleep now.......however...wow ya i am so ramblin..man i need sleep...
oops sorry :)
i still want to see the movie kind of though...

:eek: Sarah
 
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R4V4G3D_SKU11S

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One of my favourite movies ever - it grabbed me so hard the first time I saw it that I went out and searched out a copy the next day. I've watched it like 100 times (Altho my stupd ex-g/f now has it :(:(:().

<--Got it in the background while i do h/w
 

aether

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I don't know about people and this movie. I saw this movie in the theatre came out, i was 16 or 17 at the time, and i walked out disturbed and shaking my head. the scene at the beginning is revolting, so is the rape scene, so are a lot of the other scenes. it's not a movie to watch and emulate. if you watch this movie, think it's cool/funny/an admirable way to lead your life, you need.. i don't know.. a kick in the head?

anyways, that said... i thought it was a great movie. korine and clarke did a really good job of presenting it in a way that was very real, and that left the viewer to make their own judgements, and have more of an understanding how people can end up like this. it made me question my lifestyle and my friends, and i can honestly say it was a better influence on me than any of the 'moral lessons' on tv or any of the other crap being presented to me at the time.

oh, and i'm sad that i'll never see casper in a movie again.
 

terrawrist III

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used to really dig larry clark's shit

I prefer something like GUMMO because it came out of nowhere where as KIDS came and was critically acclaimed for it's surreal portrayal of inner-city young teens having sex and doin' drugs, everyone has seen clerks at least 5 times and it doesn't do it for anymore...shit, that stuff goes on in oakville on the weekend i'm sure!

check ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE for some great dialogue and...well melanie griffith in the role of her career.
 
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mcbee

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this movie is extremely disturbing.

but in a 'makes you think about the state of a generation' kind of way.
made me sad.

:)sarah
 

Ms. Fit

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i don't like this movie.

the first time i watched it was with my mum when it they played it on showcase a couple years ago. i think we were both disgusted/disturbed/revolted by it. the final straw came when that scene where they were beating up the kid (at the skateboard park) came on. i had the change to the channel after that.

i know the movie is supposed to represent harsh reality, but who's reality? not mine. thank God.
 

rentboy

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Originally posted by Ms. Fit
i don't like this movie.

the first time i watched it was with my mum when it they played it on showcase a couple years ago. i think we were both disgusted/disturbed/revolted by it. the final straw came when that scene where they were beating up the kid (at the skateboard park) came on. i had the change to the channel after that.

i know the movie is supposed to represent harsh reality, but who's reality? not mine. thank God.
yeah, i too felt depressed after seeing it... i found no joy in watching teens misbehave in a manner that isn't even close to my own personal existence.
I guess most of the angst i encountered came from the downward spiral of Chloe Sevigny's character...the rape scene at the end was harrowing. And Telly is one evil kid.

Unfortunately the 'skateboard' scene is a direct representation of North American fighting...one on one fights never happen here, it's always 10 guys on 1 with weapons...seen it so many times.

I respect the movie for it's insightful account of modern day youth but at the same time it's a difficult watch...to say the least.
 
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