Ok, so I suppose I'll owe the dinner at a later date, but for now, let's discuss movies. We've been listing books and such that everyone should read, but how about movies? And take into consideration that many people have already seen plenty of Vin Diesel movies and such, so the focus should probably be movies people may not have seen. Doesn't have to be obscure indie film, but you know.
Happiness (1998) Directed by Todd Solondz -- If you're into movies about how messed up some people's lives are, this one is good. Not a happy film, by any means. I found myself thinking "What the hell did I just sit through" by the end. F'ed up movie.
Ong-Bak (2003) Directed by ... Oh, who cares, it's starring Tony Jaa -- Do you like martial arts movies? Then why the hell have you not seen this? Tony Jaa is a the super saiyan love child of Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee. He does all his own stunts, no wires, no CG. He kicks someone while his LEGS are on FIRE. Go see. Now.
Tom Yum Goong (2005) Again with the Tony Jaa -- You may see this advertised as "The Protector". That was already the title of a Jackie Chan movie, so I'm not calling it that. More awesome Jaa action. Basically the same story as Ong Bak, but about elephants this time. And in this one, he breaks about 50 people in one scene.
Townies (1999) Directed by Wayne A. Harold -- This is not a good movie. But... I like it. It's... charmingly bad. It's about the several freaks that inhabit this one town, and their exploits and interactions with other people. Kinda slow, all in black and white, pretty bad acting. But... I dunno, I enjoyed it. There are several movies by this title, though. Beware.
Also beware, because when my friend got the movie, it was bundled with four other movies, one of which is called Eddie Presley. DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE. You wait and wait and wait for it to pick up, and it never does. It's boring, annoying, and doesn't go anywhere. My friend went insane while watching it. He began laughing at NOTHING. Uncontrollably. Beware.
That's all I can think of for now.
Well, I believe in God, and he's told me this. Things lying around were left for us to take.
Long before they were bought, just as they were made, ours to enjoy and
Not. To. Pay.