One of the best that I have ever seen, touches women, race, politics, immigrants, family, brotherhood, divorce.
Amazing how they managed to predict the future of Sweden back in 70s.C-Note said:He drags the married woman into the bedroom with her husband watching, who doesn't do anything.[email protected] said:High Plains Drifter
In the first few minutes: The Stranger (Clint Eastwood) rides into town like the bad ass he is and gets shit tested by the town whore.
He swats her shit tests aside and then drags her into the barn, throws her on the hay, and teaches her a lesson.
Later on in the movie he does the same to a married woman and drags her by her hair to the bedroom. She is in love soon after.
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EXCELLENT film....and Rosanna Arquette at her hottest...curious, I see that you are Canadian, did you come across this film on CITY-TV Toronto late Great Movies back in the late 80's/early 90's? That is where I first saw it, they played it a lot.bluemarvel said:If you're a fan of The Last American Virgin, I would highly recommend Baby It's You (1983)
it starts off as a typical hollywood love story (good girl falls for the bad boy from the wrong side of the tracks) but turns realistic & somber in the second half. after a while the good girl stops being charmed by his bad boy antics and realizes he's just a fucking loser going nowhere in life, so she tries to trade up for a different type of asshole she can see a future with (a frat guy) but ends up getting pumped & dumped. meanwhile the bad boy develops severe oneitis for this girl and sees her as the only thing good in his life. you all know how this ends up.
Hmm I can't find it on either American or Canadian Netflix...C-Note said:I watched The Red Pill documentary last night. It's finally available on Netflix. I can see why the feminist establishment wants to suppress it. It makes the feminists look like Nazis.
It's available on Amazon in the USA, free if you have Prime.Thot Leader said:
This was an awesome movie.N°6 said:Adding to the James Bond theme, I stumbled upon a documentary about George Lazenby who was Bond for one film (Her Majesty’s Secret Service).
From working class roots, he learned Game as a used car salesman, a model, dated the Australian PM’s daughter and got through the snobby and protectionist barriers in British film to become Sean Connery’s replacement as James Bond.
It’s a story of the Alpha mind-set but despite OHMSS being a success, Lazenby would only be Bond once because he refused to dress how the film studios wanted him to so he turned up to the OHMSS premier looking like Roosh, Jim Morrison and George Best.
His only regret was losing the PM’s daughter during his model and Bond years.
Becoming Bond is on Amazon Prime.
Network might very well be the smartest movie ever made. It was released in 1976 and essentially predicted reality television.Thot Leader said:Network (1976) is the most red-pilled movie of all time. Even more than the Matrix :idea:
Do yourself a favor and watch it if you never have.
It's on the US Netflix home DVD mailer service, not their streaming option.Thot Leader said:
Very interesting film about depression and finding joy in hard times.A world-weary yakuza in Tokyo is assigned to take his clan to Okinawa to help settle a dispute between two factions.
He's suspicious of the assignment, but he goes, and within a couple days, his role remains unclear and several of men are dead. He retreats to a house on a remote beach to wait. The first night there , he rescues a young woman from an assault, and they develop a playful relationship.
Over time, it becomes clear he's been set up, sent to Okinawa so that others can take over his lucrative territory. As his clan dwindles, he plans a revenge. But, what if he's successful? What is there to life anyway?
It's a pleasure to introduce others to my culture as it's something I hold close to my heart. I've gone through most of my life in the western world just holding it in because of the assumption that most westerners are just not interested in it.sterling_archer said:@Cobra
Please do. I must admit I have a bit bias against that cinema, but that stems from fact that I don't know anything about Bollywood. I have been curious though, especially since I see a lot of these movies popping out on torrent sites.