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80'sRocked

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"Get up, everybody's gonna move their feet
Get down, everybody's gonna leave their seat
You gotta lose your mind in Detroit rock city"

Great song. Great movie.

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quote:
Originally posted by Valley:
Might be Edward Furlong's second best film behind "Terminator 2".

I gotta put American History X #1 for Furlong. T2 #2. [Big Grin]
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Valley:
Might be Edward Furlong's second best film behind "Terminator 2".

I gotta put American History X #1 for Furlong. T2 #2. [Big Grin]
I had a feeling someone would pull out
American History X, but I see that flick more as a Edward Norton experience.

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quote:
Originally posted by Valley:

I had a feeling someone would pull out
American History X, but I see that flick more as a Edward Norton experience.

True Valley. But since Furlong's in it and he's a main character, it's still my #1 Furlong flick pick, slick. [Big Grin]
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Just watched this one again today after a long while...and here's my take on it today...

I wouldn't say this is my favorite 90's movies, but it is up there somewhere in my top 20. And it's definitely above average as far as soundtracks go. I always wondered if this movie was just an excuse to release this SDtrk. It's like they already had this collection of songs compiled and then said.."Damn, we need a movie to go along with these songs."

And I do get a bit of a kick out of Mcconaughey's character too. Probably one of the only films I can think of where a creepy weird pedophile character is actually amusing..lol

Anyway, that's my little 2-bits about this movie. A very random and mediocre flick built around some incredible classic rock gems.

[ 08. July 2012, 20:17: Message edited by: Pyro ]

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That's what I like about these high school girls. I get older, they stay the same age.
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I think is overrated. Take away the soundtrack and you have pretty much nothing left.
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It's funny that if you buy the soundtrack many of the good songs from the movie are not on it. Hurricane by Bob Dylan for example.
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quote:
Originally posted by Zigyma7ik:
I think is overrated. Take away the soundtrack and you have pretty much nothing left.

I gotta admit that I too am in the minority. I really like Richard Linklater's stuff, but "Dazed and Confused" is one of his weaker efforts.
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