Grey wrote:i mean i was only 12, but i had already seen pulp fiction and reservoir dogs, though i didn't appreciate either nearly as much as i did as a later teen.
shit fucks with my head.
people born after 9/11 can have actual conversations about serious things now.
Grey wrote:speaking of film soundtracks:
django has an awesome one.
two morricone songs, because tarantino almost always picks songs he's heard in other films, but they work terrifically.
Grey wrote:i just had to rewatch the opening scene of inglourious basterds because i started thinking about what a fantastic actor christoph waltz is and remembered that scene
that french dude was amazing in that scene too. despite the spectacle of the violence in the film, my major memory of the film is the trepidation and reluctance with which the frenchman reveals that he is harbouring jews. it's a fantastic scene
Stanisław Lem wrote:I hadn't known there were so many idiots in the world until I started using the Internet.
Mir@k wrote:I haven't seen pulp fiction. There's nothing stopping me but i just haven't
Brax4 wrote:Nah, it never effects me really. I've never felt sick or light-headed after giving blood.
I always hear about people having rough experiences after it though.
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