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    I liked Memento. I don't know how popular stuff is though.

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    Speaking of post-apocalyptic films, put Delicatessen in your queue, Spam!
    I just ran into that and added it to the queue. (It was on the amelie popup)

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    Yes I agree. I have seen both Delicatessen and Soilent Green and agree they are clearly two movies a person can sink their teeth into.
    Memento reminds me of myself while I am looking for my keys. Love them movies with a twist.
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    Im obsessed with documentaries. I have dozens of them on my laptop

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    I love documentaries too whenever I browse cable TV its always News or documentaries on the history/discovery or A&E. I also enjoy a good mockumentary every once in a while.

    Exposes also a pretty cool form of documentary/news Especially prison/court room exposes. The following are still available via netflix streaming but not for the oversensitive.

    Witch Hunt (Sean Pean narrates this documentary that chronicles the story of John Stoll and other residents of Bakersfield, Calif., who were allegedly wrongly convicted in the 1980s of child molestation by an overzealous district attorney) This one is kinda hard to watch with original footage and watching the accused men and women rapidly age during their tribulations illustrated with more updated footage.

    Felon (based on a true story, on of the better prison flicks I have seen in a while about ) this one isn't a documentary rather a movie is based on events that took place in the 1990s at the notorious California State Prison, Corcoran. With the guards coercing the inmates to fight against each other gladiator style for the purpose of betting/power/entertainment.
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    Synecdoche, New York (if you liked stuff like Being John Malkovich and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind)
    The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters (documentary about trying to be the Donkey Kong record holder)
    Something Witty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters (documentary about trying to be the Donkey Kong record holder)
    This.

    I wasn't sure if I was even gonna like it and I kinda loved it. Even if you don't like video games or its culture its an interesting, touching and quirky story. Definately worth seeing for all just about all types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    This.

    I wasn't sure if I was even gonna like it and I kinda loved it. Even if you don't like video games or its culture its an interesting, touching and quirky story. Definately worth seeing for all just about all types.

    (antagonist) Billy Mitchell- ENFJ
    (protagonist) Steve Wiebe - IStP
    It was kinda fascinating, wasn't it? And then there was that little sycophantic guy that would spy on Wiebe and report back to Mitchell. So funny.

    I am completely, madly in love with Netflix on the Wii. I have to also recommend all 3 seasons of Arrested Development. Might seem like a no-brainer, but I had never watched the show. I Netflix streamed it all in record time.

    Also, if you have never seen it, you HAVE to watch the documentary Grey Gardens. Trust me. I just checked, and it's available for instant watch.
    Something Witty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    I liked Memento. I don't know how popular stuff is though.
    Great film!
    For anyone who hasn't already seen it may i suggest "V for Vendetta"
    The opening dialogue for V is superb.
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    Have you seen GEORGIA, starring an INFP (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and an INFJ (Mare Winningham)?

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