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Kubrickbuff

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  1. Absolutly, it would be nice to see Barry Lyndon on TCM. It's a good film (to me at least), why not?
  2. Do any of you stick to the classic films or dou stick to todays films or do you chosse both, I choose both, I like old and new films . It's amazing when I think of the movies that I like, some of them are considered masterpieces to some people and some are considered terrible, but you see I like movies because they allow me to see other worlds, any movie can do that if you ask me. I like Howard Hawks and John Ford and at the same time I like Legally Blonde and a lot of other of todays movies I like all kinds of films, I am not going to be the typical film buff and say that Tomb Radior is a ter
  3. I only put movies on my list that I think are important to film history. I suggested Blade Runner once because I think that it has some of the best production design in film history. I suggested A Clockwork Orange because It's one of the most important movies of the 70s. I don't see why they can't play Blade Runner or Halloween or even Rushmore for that matter, thay are allowed to play American Beauty which is an amazing movie and contains more explicit content than say, Blade Runner or Jurrasic Park or espically Ruchmore. They can play The Silence of the Lambs or the not so superb Starship Tr
  4. Ok, who are you exactly? Are you apart of the TCM staff? How do you know all of this?
  5. Let me ask this question the right way this time where instead of asking if you think that A Clockwork Orange should be allowed to air, just say which movie that you would like to see air, any movie at all, here is mine, The Diary of Anne Frank (1959) It Happend One Night (1934) City Lights (1931) The General (1927) Rebbeca (1940) Ghostbusters (1984) Meet John Doe (1941) (it's been a while since I have seen this one) A Clockwork Orange (1971) Duck Soup (1933) Halloween (1978) Lost Horizon (1937) City of Angels (1998) Now Voager (1942) The Magnificent Ambersons (1942) Rushm
  6. I personly have nothing against todays movies, I like old and new movies.
  7. Absolutly, if they are allowed to air American Beauty or Silence of the Lambs, then they can show anything in my opinions, it's a good thing that TCM are paying attention to old and new movies which is the way I am, I like classic films and I like a lot of todays movies, I can't believe a person like me who likes Howard Hawks and Orsen Wells also likes Legally Blonde for crying out loud, but I am a random person and I like random things.
  8. None of you will agree with me, but I don't think that there was and never has been anyone like Stanley Kubrick, don't get me wrong there were great filmmakers before his era, Howard Hawks, Orsen Wells, John Ford, and the always superb Frank Capra, and there has since been impresive filmmakers, Coen Brothers, Wes Anderson, Peter Jackson, and the unique imagination of James Cameron, but none have done what Kubrick accomplished, the odd tracking shots, the unique framing, the intresting choises in lenses, the beautiful and dark backgrounds that he puts behind the actor, the sets, the editing, th
  9. Yeah! I thought so myself at first that this may be just me proclaming my love for the film, maybe I should of asked what movies you would like to see air on TCM that haven't seen air yet.
  10. Obviously it would not have been able to air during prime time, it would be nice to see it on TCM because it is a very important film.
  11. I just want to know if any of you agree with me that Stanley Kubrick's 1971 dark odyssey, A Clockwork Orange should be allowed to air on TCM, or do you think that the film is not worthy enough to be aired, or do you think that the violent content of the film is too intence to be aired uncut and commercial free. I think that it is a good study on human behavior and our destiny as human beings and I think that it is one of the most important films of the 70s and is still revelent to this day. Post your opinions, I will not judge your views. Message was edited by: Kubrickbuff
  12. My favorite directors, Stanley Kubrick Frank Capra Peter Jackson Charlie Chaplin Alfred Hitchcock George Stevens Wes Anderson Howard Hawks Joel & Ethen Coen Buster Keaton
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