Clock Work Orange

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  1. MonkieRench

    MonkieRench New Member

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    I heard this was a awesome movie. I'm starting to watch deep movies such as 'Requiem for a Dream', 'Donnie Darko', 'Muholland Drive', 'Pi',... 'Bring it on'. Is CWO worth watching?
     
  2. Ford Prefect

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    Thats funny.
     
  3. SS109

    SS109 3100 FPS OT Supporter

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    Very worthwhile but slow compared to modern movies.
    "Me Droogs"
     
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    its not deep. but stanley kubrick is awesome.
     
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  6. BIZKIN

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    clock work orange is well worth the time, but to call it deep is a misconception. for the time it was made the film pushed alot of buttons, and got some amusing reactions. it was a head of its time in vision.
     
  7. KeeperOfAcheron

    KeeperOfAcheron I dub thee Sir Phobos, Knight of Mars, beater of a

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    I don't know about deep....but it is definatly a great movie.
     
  8. El Barto

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    it doesnt do the book justice, but its cool in the sense that ull never see another movie like it, so its worth the watch
     
  9. HoodRich

    HoodRich Professional Street Nigga OT Supporter

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    he said deep, like requiem for a dream LOL
     
  10. Anaconda

    Anaconda I trust only one.

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    A good point. Now get a fucking av. :squint:
     
  11. brownrice

    brownrice 2 + 2 = 5

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    Clockwork Orange (not 3 words) is one of my favorite films

    kubrick was a genius
     
  12. The Assassin

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    I personally Liked it a Fair amount

    I had Mixed Feelings

    I liked it overall

    But it was sooo Fucking weird

    hahahaha
     
  13. percent

    percent deluded

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    very, very good movie. one of the classics.

    But only watching a movie because it is 'deep'? Clockwork Orange wouldn't be real 'deep' as in it doesn't have a bunch of weird pseudophilosophy, symbolism and ambiguity like Donnie Darko and Pi.
     
  14. fearandloathinginGA

    fearandloathinginGA I love the little tacos. I love them good!

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    I loved it and all the movies you mentioned are at the top of my list for favs! It's not deep but crazy!:bigthumb:
     
  15. Gavin

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    Shit, I was hoping this was the parody. :o :hs:
     
  16. discharge82

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    i would just read the book before so you get to see the true ending and also so you dont just envision it from kubriks eye's.
     
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  18. Stereo lol

    Stereo lol I don't know if I should say it

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    a bit of the old ultra violence aye
     
  19. bout as deep as a teaspoon :mamoru:
     
  20. AccidenT

    AccidenT Remember I will always love you, as I claw your fu

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    Actually, it is three words.





    But those words are: A Clockwork Orange
     
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    I haven't seen clockwork orange but it brings up a point.

    what "deep" movies would you recommend seeing?

    fight club for me
     
  22. HoodRich

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    run silent, run deep
    deep impact
    deep rising
    deep blue see
    the deep end
     
  23. red_fox

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    almost funny
     

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