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What are you listening to? 3

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The Book Of My Life-Sting

 

Linkin Park-Numb

 

Kylie Minogue-Its In Yiur Eyes

 

Kylie Minogue-Slow

 

Habib Featuring KAYA-Krishno

 

Habib Featuring KAYA-Aaj Pasha

 

Habib Featuring KAYA-Krishno REMIX

 

Habib Featuring KAYA-KALA

 

U KNOW I AM HOLLYWOOD,BOLLYWOOD,FAN BUT NOT AN INDIAN OR AMERICAN

 

THEN WHO AM I?

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U KNOW I AM HOLLYWOOD,BOLLYWOOD,FAN BUT NOT AN INDIAN OR AMERICAN

 

THEN WHO AM I?

Someone whose posts don't make much sense.

 

You could be Canadian, Phillipino, British, or any other place. You don't have to live in America or India to appreciate Hollywood and Bollywood. I've known people from Chile that enjoy Hollywood and Bollywood (I don't know why. He must have been crazy) And btw, Bollywood sucks ass.

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hanginl Katatonia - Brave Murder Day hanginl

 

hanginl In Flames - The Jester Race hanginl

 

hanginl Helheim - Av Norrøn Ætt hanginl

 

hanginl Catamenia- ChaosBorn hanginl

 

hanginl Hypocrisy - The Arrival hanginl

 

hanginl Opeth - Black Water Park hanginl

 

And how anyone ould possibly be into Hollywood or Linkin Park (as mentioned some time before) is a mystery to me, still... :confused:

If someone can tell me an American movie worth watching besides the Evil Dead series, I'd appreciate a reply. :D

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If someone can tell me an American movie worth watching besides the Evil Dead series, I'd appreciate a reply.  :D

Godfather I & II, LOTR 1-3, Star Wars Ep. 4-6, Citizen Kane, Ben Hur, all Dirty Harry movies, all Woody Allen movies, all Mel Brooks movies, all Billy Wilder movies, Dr. Strangelove, A Clockwork Orange, Apocalypse Now!, all Indiana Jones, all Hitchcock movies, Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill, Four Rooms, Silence of the Lambs, Chinatown, L.A. Confidential, Goodfellas, Casino, Raging Bull, Taxi Driver, Mean Streets, The Maltese Falcon, Seven, Fight Club, Alien, Aliens, anything by the Coen Brothers (especially Fargo), Blade Runner, anything by Pixar...do you want me to go on? That's what I could think of off the top of my head in 2 minutes.

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Godfather I & II hanginl

LOTR 1 - 3 :D nice effects, shallow script, I preferred Peter Jackson's early works (Bad Taste, Braindead)

Star Wars 4 - 6 hanginl

the new Star Wars :confused: got quite childish

Citizen Kane hanginl a classic

Ben Hur hanginl 'cause of Charlton Heston

Clockwork Orange hanginl but wasn't that a British one?

Alien hanginl same question as for Clockwork Orange

China Town hanginl thanks for reminding me, that one's gonna be on TV in bout one hour.

Pulp Fiction & Reservoir Dogs hanginl but hanginl for Kill Bill, there I rather go for the Asian martial arts classics

and Pixar movies... maybe a hanginl if I was ten years younger, but hanginl for now.

 

Actually there are some cool American movies, thinking of Evil Dead (as mentioned before), The Shining, most Robert De Niro or Mickey Rourke movies, Apocalypse Now, Full Metal Jacket, and some of the stuff you mentioned. But I guess I'm still sticking to the european cinema not being as commercial and action oriented as the American. Think of screen classics like Metropolis, Nosferatu, Der Golem, Nikita, Three Colours, Le Pacte des Loups, Léon (The Professional), The Big Blue, Trainspotting, Les Rivières Poupres, Subway and so on and so on.

Maybe that's just 'cause I'm european and the culture of european movies is just closer to me as the American cinema? I don't know.

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But I guess I'm still sticking to the european cinema not being as commercial and action oriented as the American. Think of screen classics like Metropolis, Nosferatu, Der Golem, Nikita, Three Colours, Le Pacte des Loups,  Léon (The Professional), The Big Blue, Trainspotting, Les Rivières Poupres, Subway and so on and so on.

Maybe that's just 'cause I'm european and the culture of european movies is just closer to me as the American cinema? I don't know.

So far of what I've seen from Europe is pretty good. I haven't seen much European cinema because its rare for those to come to my theatre. But it's good stuff.

 

But you did ask for another good movie and I delivered :D

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Léon: The Professional is simply amazing.

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Léon: The Professional is simply amazing.

Yes! That was an awesome movie. But it's all about the Uncut version :D People who've only seen the R-rated cut version are missing out on quite a bit of the movie's soul.

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