you mean "HOLY CRAP!" or "Aww. Crap..."
Maybe I'm just in a bad mood this morning ...
Probly not us. We'll probly wait until we can rent it at the video store. We like to rent before we buy to see whether or not it's worth the money. We rarely go to movies in the theaters.
Going to see Damien v.2006 tonight. Will try to report tomorrow.
Best part of XM3 was moving the Golden Gate bridge to Alcatraz and zero gravity at the lake.
Zero gravity at the lake was definately my favorite bit. Spooky in a weird way.
Damien v.2006- don't bother. Go rent the original if you want to be really scared.
And they didn't use Carmina Burana
Oh, to be sure. It was very well crafted. Nasty bit of business, that one.
Not sure this is quite the right place for this, but I picked up a DVD of The Aristocrats recently.
It was on the big screen a while ago, but only in the most obscure places.
It's not rated... and I think it would be kind of hard to rate something like this. Definately one of the more unusual sort of films.
This is a documentary of the telling of a single joke by a large variety of comedians. But, ti's one of the foulest jokes you could ever tell, if you do the joke traditionally.
Since it's a variation of a shaggy-dog story, the joke provides for a lot of creativity and individuality, consequently, every single telling of it is different. Each of the comedians approached the joke from a unique perspective.
It's actually kind of fascinating, to me, to see this take place.
There were a few tellings that were clean, which was sort of unusual. Most tellings of it, though, were raw. Bob Sagat (of Full House and American's Funniest Videos fame) had perhaps the sickest version, while Gilbert Godfried (sic?) probably had arguably the best 'traditional' approach. Sarah Silverman's handling of it, though, is amazing... she's quite a clever actress/comedian.
I'd wholeheartedly recommend this film for anyone interested in the mechanics of comedy who do not mind listening to really foul jokes. I mean, seriously nasty... involving incest, various bodily fluids, beastiality, and pretty much anything that Animal might have posted by way of a URL. But, it's also quite educational, as some of the comedians explain the mechanics of this particular joke, and humor in general. The DVD also includes some other amusing jokes, and the commentary is worth listening to (in my opinion).