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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    One of the best, creep filled, flicks of this genre:


    LOVED that movie. Total tale of 2 movies, first half nice little story of love lost and possibly found, second half WOW.

    Watch it a second time, makes it worse when you know what's coming.

    Deeper deeper deeper...


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    i wish i never watched "My Sister's Keeper"

    the wife wanted to see it, i didn't even know what it was about, thought it was just another dumb chick flick.


    saddest movie i've ever seen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtstar View Post
    i wish i never watched "My Sister's Keeper"

    the wife wanted to see it, i didn't even know what it was about, thought it was just another dumb chick flick.


    saddest movie i've ever seen
    I cried like my penis fell off.

    No really, it was bad.

    Worst. Movie. Ever.

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    The Pillow Book. Great movie but not for children.
    And "Salo" by Pasolini. I will not only recommend kids not to watch it, I will pay good money for somebody who can unwatch it for me somehow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    I don't think a viewing of Kubrick's, A Clockwork Orange, would be in my son's best interest.
    Yeah, but the stage scene with the naked chick with the big juggs....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RussianGreen View Post
    The Pillow Book. Great movie but not for children.
    And "Salo" by Pasolini. I will not only recommend kids not to watch it, I will pay good money for somebody who can unwatch it for me somehow.
    I think Salo was the inspiration for two girls one cup...

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    "schindler's fist"

    ookt everything to maek sure u guys cuoukdread thiat

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