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    Can I get a toke off what y'all got?
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    "May" was a good one. I saw it on TV late at night a few years back... quite odd but a pretty well made film.

    "13 Conversations About One Thing" is an absolute favorite of mine. It's spectacular.. really a great movie.

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    don't know if it's been posted yet but 'kiss kiss bang bang' went pretty much unnoticed and it's a great little film
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    don't know if it's been posted yet but 'kiss kiss bang bang' went pretty much unnoticed and it's a great little film
    Love that movie. Very snarky in a very dark way. Val Kilmer and RDJ have great chemistry in this.

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    Usual Suspects with Kevin Spacey and Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil are good ones !
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    Quote Originally Posted by HWBL View Post
    Ishtar (Beatty/Hoffman/Adjani)
    The Fortune (Beatty/Nicholson/Channing)
    Both hilarious, intelligently written, comedies.

    Bulworth (Beatty/Berry/Platt/Warden/Sorvino)

    A tragic farce or a farsical (sp) tragedy. Either way, a sublime political satire. Got snowed under because it premiered together with Godzilla. Neo-cons hated its subject matter, even though the Democrats were criticized in it, too.

    All Beatty movies, so there!
    These clips could just as well be posted in the "favorite movies" or
    "silly movie scenes" threads, but since it's such an unknown and
    underrated movie, I decided to post them here.

    A little blurb I wrote for YouTube:
    Obscure 1975 Mike Nichols comedy starring Warren Beatty (Nicky),
    Jack Nicholson (Oscar) and introducing Stockard Channing (Frederica
    Quintessa Biggard, Freddie for short) in her first big screen role.
    A hilarious, much underrated movie that takes place in the 1920's,
    when the MANN act prevented men and women from crossing state
    borders for "immoral purposes". The still married Nicky and mistress
    Freddie have planned that she will marry Oscar (in name only) so
    that they can legally move to another state while waiting for Nicky's
    divorce to be finalized.
    Things do not go as planned and this makes for some excellent slapstick
    comedy. Beatty and Nicholson are insanely funny as the bumbling
    partners in crime. The 20's music is fantastic throughout the movie,
    as can be experienced in this clip collage.
    Stockard Channing also sings the opening song.

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BK0KHfJWbXg[/YOUTUBE]


    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9e4AkMlBlQ[/YOUTUBE]
    Warren Beatty: actor, director, writer, producer.

    ***** celeb

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    The Professional
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    Black Snake Moan wasn't underrated, the critics loved it.
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    The Prestige
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    On A Clear Day...sure its an indie, but still i think its an underrated indie. it's really amazing.

    'The Prestige' really impressed me Princesspink
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    Something New.(Sanna Latham)..the only romantic to move me since Somewhere in time with Jane Seymore.

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