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    Smile The Hindu Kush and Connecticut

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    Stick with me kid and I'll take you from the Hindu Kush to the drawing rooms of Connecticut. And we will explore the mysteries of the spoken words in the Kush, and reveal all in the written words of Connecticut.

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    I'm afraid that I will not be able to stick with you, Victor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    I'm afraid that I will not be able to stick with you, Victor.
    I'll tie you to the back of a mule as we trek the Hindu Kush, and seduce you with gold in the drawing rooms of Connecticut.

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    The first movie I watched in its entirety in quite a while was 'The Outlaw Josey Wales'. It was alright. The plot was interesting, but it was quite drawn out and while some parts were quite suspenseful or engaging, others were incredibly drawn out if not completely unnecessary. I think the movie could have been done in a far better manner; the movie seemed to be going for complexity and some sort of depth, but what it ended up with seemed to be various layers of attempted depth that simply bored the viewer and detracted from the main plot rather than adding to it.

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    Episode 5 of the story "The Invasion" from season 6 of Doctor Who.

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    Ghost World

    Thora Birch stars as Enid, a new high school grad who's not sure where to go from there. Her and her best friend Becky (Scarlett Johansson) keep themselves amused in and out of school by railing against what they see as a shallow, idiotic society around them.

    Enid and Becky find a personal ad in a newspaper, respond to it for shits and giggles, and then observe the false date they'd set up with loner Seymour (Steve Buscemi). At first Enid seems to revel in toying with poor Seymour but she soon begins to sympathize with him.

    I won't spoil any more of the movie for you if you haven't seen it, I'll just say that Enid's sharp wit and attitude toward others is both funny and a little cruel. Enid herself really hit home in some ways. She knows what she doesn't like but she doesn't know what she does like yet. She doesn't want to accept the stereotypical social conventions that surround her which makes her in a way quite courageous but at the same time her rebellion against them is so very ignorant and unbecoming. In that way I think she's quite a tragic character. She, like Seymour, just doesn't relate to the society around her.

    Enid's worldview is very poignant, ruthlessly satirical, often funny and tragically naive. I laughed at the absurdity of the situations around her and at the same time wished I could have grabbed her by the shoulders and shook some humility into her.

    Ultimately it's fun to watch and very quotable.

    e.g. (re. slightly damaged 78 rpm records): "So what was all that about enlarged holes and tight cracks?"

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    A Night at the Opera featuring the Marx Brothers. I only wish there were more movies by them. It's like every scene in this movie is effortless and funny.

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    "Carnage", by Roman Polanski

    I saw the movie, "Carnage", by Roman Polanski last night and it was exactly like Typology Central. I recognised myself in one of the characters, "Penelope".

    Of course they didn't have a moderator, so perhaps that's why it ended up as carnage.

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    I found the film much too short.

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