It’d have to be “The Kentucky Fried Movie” for me & my then date.
Depends on the person.
Antichrist and Salo, for sure, but Trouble Every Day would make for a very paranoid second date.
Antichrist was the first movie I ever saw on a date. I’m not joking. I wanted to see the film and I told my date beforehand that it was probably going to be explicit and disturbing. She didn’t have a problem with that. So we went and we both enjoyed it.
Alejandro Jodorowsky’s movies are not the best choice.
When I was 15 I took a girl to see The Gremlins, very romantic…haha.
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Like in that movie…? Where Leslie Nielsen came out of cinema and just watched Platoon.
Not a very good one…
I took someone to Irreversible on our first Valentine’s Day after about two weeks of going out and ended up marrying her. Not quite a first date, I know, but that pretty much sealed it for me!
i know a guy that took a girl to see Tromeo and Juliet on a first date.
surprised he got a call back.
@ Napalm Geez, I know it’s none of my business but were you guys in the mood for sex after watching it? That film is the equivalent of a million cold showers. At least that’s the effect it had on me.
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Well, depending on what girl you take.
In the Realm of the Senses.
Triple bill with The Piano Teacher, The Brown Bunny, and Crash (’96), in that order.
My only date thus far was when I asked a girl to see “Barney’s Version.” Now, that’s tame compared to what most of you name, but I guess it didn’t help when I was laughing at the vulgarity, or the scenes with Paul Giamatti directing pornographic Canadian soap operas.
Antichrist, Hostel or maybe Braindead…..
Depends on the girl.
Unless she’s a cinephile, even worse than violent ones are strange, difficult ones. Show her a violent film she’ll think you’re being selfishly male. Show her an incomprehensible film she’ll think you’re trying to make her feel stupid and inferior.