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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    Wow. Is he saying "I'm turning into a pet?"

    This was actually broadcast on national TV in the US?
    1. I'm turning into a PARROT
    2. Local Chicago TV, but still!
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    I'm shocked that this kind of marketing didn't propel them to the top of the local charts!
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    When I saw The Lighthouse by Robert Eggers recently, my female companion at the film theatre waited a long time before plumping out the inevitable question: "Were those the real William Defoe or Robert Pattinson actually masturbating? And, er, is that what you guys do when you're a long way away from women?"

    I answered "no" for the first one but "uh…" for the second, but I believe I'll just show her this Cheer-Accident commercial if she ever comes wondering again.
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    ^ LOVED that film.
    If it isn't Krautrock, it's krap.

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    ^ It's amazing.

    Drawing on everything between Aischylos across Poe to Beckett and (my own native) Jon Fosse, it's one of the most impressively captivating motion pictures I saw in recent years. And the ending is the best of all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrotum Scissor View Post
    ^ It's amazing.

    Drawing on everything between Aischylos across Poe to Beckett and (my own native) Jon Fosse, it's one of the most impressively captivating motion pictures I saw in recent years. And the ending is the best of all.
    Agreed 100%. Also see The Witch by him if you haven't - almost equally as good imo.
    If it isn't Krautrock, it's krap.

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    ^ The VVitch (notice the spelling) was one of the great expressions in film during the 2010s, and I'm not only pointing at so-called "horror". It was gorgeously eschatological (if the devil exists, so does Jahve - but in The VVitch the former wins!). Folks kept complaining that it wasn't a "real" horror film; OMG, not since the holy days of Rosemary's or Exorcist did movies question the strength of cosmic conception! Try Ari Aster's Hereditary too, Frankie - although it's different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post

    EDIT: Parrot...got it. Now it makes sense.
    It does?

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