bright boy :P i love that film as well and have never brought myself to watch don siegel’s remake. am i missing something?
Sarah turns to Michael Corleone and the door closes softly while Michael is busy with his people.
I reminisced about that incredibly awkward scene in Gummo where the young protagonist eats his spaghetti in his filthy blue bathroom whilst his mother washes his hair with yellow shampoo.
The opening scenes of Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors, watched it just yesterday. Loved it.
haha yes! ^^
Mine is this one:
Saw Russ Meyer at the George Eastman House introducing this film. He was pretty senile and kept repeating himself, particularly a story about Roger Ebert and taking advantage of the women who were cast on the casting couch. Finally he had to be led off the stage. He was wearing a cheesy sweater with a big wolf on the front.
The scene in MOUSEHUNT when the dude finds the cockroach in his restaurant meal.
You probably don’t want to know why that’s on my mind.
THE LAST SHOT IN “Artheme Swallows His Clarinet”.
Can’t find a picture
@ODILONVERT- Thanks for sharing that hilarious anecdote ’bout Russ Meyer.
You are welcome. He was quite the character, eh?
Yeah! I’m actually a big fan of Russ Meyer, esp. his earlier B&W ones like Mudhoney, Lorna and of course Faster Pussycat Kill, Kill! He’s also a combat cameraman back in World War 2 (like Tom Savini in ‘Nam) so I guess we’re brothers ha-ha!
Is that Jodie Foster?
I guess I’m feeling silly today. This troubadour from Chabrol’s Les Bonnes Femmes always cracks me up.
Yes, ’tis! (Bugsy Malone)
Cool! Shoot the Piano Player?
@Noel — YES! Love that movie…
how the hell do u post youtube vids
Go to share, then copy and paste the embed code in the reply box here. That’s all you need to do.
Herzog and his “Stroszek” have been mentioned in some threads lately and there is a scene that has been stuck in my mind forever, “the poetry of capitalism” (2:20 – 4:35) as Herzog himself put it: