one of kubrick's masterpieces
It took me a while to get into it (maybe 'cause I've never read the book) but, once I did, it was good.
along with Barry Lyndon and Eyes Wide Shut, Kubrick's finest.
This is my favorite SMUT of all time.
theres nothing to say about this movie that hasnt already been said. but, its unnerving to me when i can relate to a character in such a fucking insanely brutal movie like this. oh, to beat someone with a giant statue of a cock.. the pleasures we normal folk will never know..
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Clockwork orange..... It's in-out-in-outingly awesome!
Kubrick muddles the film's many ideas with flashy stylistic choices.
Brave new world is better
It’s almost become part of the furniture and thus hard to disentangle from the hubris, but it is a truly remarkable dystopian cartoon, realised with methodical skill and invention. The metaphorical allusions may be simple, but the rush of baroque pop-art imagery and swaggering dialogue still thrills after repeated viewings. A comedy told with little sense of humour.
Well, I watched this movie before reading the Burgess's novel. Quite controversial with explicit contents here and there.
Kubrick is my favorite director (test)
An amazing, stylish and inventive thrill ride with equal parts peculiarity, oddity and memorable characters, scenes and dialog. If you haven't read the original book you should, it is amazingly like a transcript of the film only in reverse -- well, you know what a mean. A classic in the most pragmatic way.
A Kubrickian overindulgence. Despite occasional moments of brilliance, the pop decor and unorthodox vision seem little more than novelty. Any depth this film might appear to have was taken directly from Burgess' novel. This film is a very pretty piece of very thin paper.
Great ideas. Wrong message
playing tonight at the egyptian. 7:30 along with full metal jacket.
Kubrick's sardonic black comedy has aged gracefully through the years. Criticized for glorifying violence, the movie can now be seen as a disturbing social commentary. It raises the questions: is the cure better than the disease? Are we willing to accept free will from all men, even criminals? Is mechanical goodness worse than authentic wickedness? This movie will haunted long after you see it.
A true piece of cinematic art that had no equal in it's time and has no equal today. In my opinion, forget "2001"...*this* is Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece.
I'd forgotten how funny it is! That's the problem with affording something 'cult' status...
excelente Julio Riveros..
de la película...
beethoven y sus chicos malos, indomesticables, in-disciplinados.
thank´s for the add.I apreciate your work.
i would love to read more from you on this
I watched this again. Not as impressed. Great film, just not as coherent this time around