This and The Postman are some of my quintessential post-apocalypse movies. Along with The Book of Eli, The Road, and Zombieland. The secret life of Walter Mitty. 1 N 2 3 4 5 6 You Wouldn’t Understand Shirt. Totally understandable because it’s weird and pretty slow, but I love that movie. Maybe it’s because I often escape to daydreams too but I found it relatable even though it’s weirdness. I love this movie so much. If it’s on, I’m watching. The first time I watched Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, I hated it. So much so, as I walked out of the theater, I yelled, “What kind of fucked up movie was that?” Fast forward a few years later, watching Romy and Michele on DVD. LOVED IT! Loved everything about it. How could I have been so wrong about this genius movie?
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But, if I hadn’t been a few beers in and with a group of friends that are a natural ‘laugh track’, I don’t know if I’d have found it as funny. I still laugh heartily when I watch it (sober) about once a year, but I’ve found the state of mind/mood I watch things for the first time, has a huge impact on how I view them on future occasions. 1 N 2 3 4 5 6 You Wouldn’t Understand Shirt. Very faithful adaptation, but the depiction of the main character’s assault is brutally realistic. I love the series because it’s a story of an abused person’s growth and vengeance against their abusers. I really liked that character. The fact that the main character becomes best friends with him at the end of the movie was just awesome. I think I was happier about that than the stereotypical “boy ends up with girl” part that these movies always have as well.
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Equilibrium was awesome, it just had too much competition when it came out if I remember correctly. Maybe it was a bit cheesy, but it gets all my respect for being a modern-day Fahrenheit 451. 1 N 2 3 4 5 6 You Wouldn’t Understand Shirt. I absolutely love it, but it’s just a lot with the murder, and framing suicide stuff, and some people might not get the jokes, so I could definitely see why it wouldn’t be somebody’s cup of tea it’s the foreshadowing that happens beforehand that really sells it, I think. Viago said that after Vladislav’s humiliating defeat by the Beast, he couldn’t get the faces right on the animals he turned into. The show won me over immediately in the first episode when they have a meeting and Nandor orders, Guillermo, to close the door, and Guillermo says they’re closed, and Nandor is like “…close them more”. Had me on the floor laughing.