Discussion in 'Parramatta Eels' started by FROSTY319, Nov 1, 2012.
Whoever pitched the idea for that movie should have been publicly flogged.
It wasn't the best film, but it did make a nice profit.
I hear Beiber makes a nice profit as well.
This is my favourite motorcycle film.
Are you telling me Gary, you are not a Belieber? :shock:
I only have all of the CDs and the haircut. But yes, I haven't got the tattoo so I am not quite a Belieber just yet ;-)
At least i can say, with all the artists and songs i have in my music collection that people might think are shit, Justin Beiber is not one.
its not that bad an idea whoever wrote the script is the one who should have been flogged
Shit idea. Shit script. Shit film.
Lets just flog anyone remotely associated with it....
Back around 1973 I worked as a film projectionist in the Roma Cinema/Theatre, a small indy (fringe/art-house/many European, Japanese, etc, films were shown there over the years) on George Street across the road from the old Regent Theater (now current Hoyts complex site). Of the many fantastic "indy" films I ran and watched back then was Easy Rider. I loved that film.
Agreed Casper. Great film and arguably even better soundtrack.
Did they show any films of amputees f**king?
Maybe some films of grown men in nappies as well?
When it came to music and film I was very fortunate being heavily exposed to awesome films and great rock bands from 1971 to mid 1976/77, saw so many brilliant British & American bands live (and Aussie bands), some I looked after as part of the jobs I had back then or got to meet them, party with them.
Thanks to connections, as a 13/14 year old I was introduced, through LP record gifts, to Little Feat and Chicken George who put me on to The Eagles & The Doors. As an 11/12 year old (1969/1970) I'd already discovered Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Genesis, Jethro Tull, Yes, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Tangerine Dream, Cat Stevens, Pink Floyd, Santana, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, etc, etc,........
My parents big mixed business on Victoria Rd Rydalmere 1961 to 1969 (aged 4 to 11/12) had a juke box and as the family home was connected to the back of the shop I got to listen to all the music coming out of America, Britain & Australia back then. With pool tables, pinball machines, etc, and providing groceries, take away food, fish and chips, hamburgers, milk bar stuff, so many young people came and played the juke box while I was busy beating or thrashing everyone at pool (and eventually snooker elsewhere as I got older). My current song-writing music production is heavily influenced by that mid 60's to mid 70's period.
Remember Clockwork Orange and a very funny French film called La Grand Bouffe about a few Frenchmen deciding to eat themselves to death while f**king a few women over a weekend at a chateau they rented. As a 15/16 year old, laughed and laughed my head off.
Full film subtitled - 164 minutes 30 seconds
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