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« Reply #75 on: December 16, 2003, 08:06:53 PM »
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I'll be seeing this for sure. The trailer won me over. I'm definitely gonna have to watch Buffalo 66 again, just for good measure. On a side note, I thought Vincent Gallo was wonderful in Arizona Dream. When I saw it I could hardly believe it was him. Just a great performance.


I love love LOVE Arizona Dream man, that's one of the best unknowns that exists right now. I have to agree about the trailer too....I definitely wanted to see this before I saw the trailer but it actually makes me believe that I might actually LIKE it...can you imagine? I don't see at this point how it could be a bad film. Vincent Gallo is a genius. Long live Buffalo '66 and Arizona Dream, they are modern masterpieces.

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« Reply #76 on: December 20, 2003, 09:44:23 PM »
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i just read that interview.  some parts were fucking hilarious.

i like how he says something outrageously egotistical then kind of comments on his own egotism with a comment like 'you have good taste."  that's witty.

i also like how he says "thanks, handsome."

there's something rather endearing about the fact that he bashes everyone.  it's as if he's firmly establishing his utter status as an outsider, which i find endearing and actually anti-egotistical.

though isn't it weird that he claims to hate chloe sevigny yet casts her in brown bunny?
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« Reply #77 on: December 29, 2003, 12:22:40 PM »
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i heard that brown bunny was banned because of a fellatio scene, is this true?
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« Reply #78 on: December 30, 2003, 12:11:25 AM »
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i heard that brown bunny was banned because of a fellatio scene, is this true?

banned where?

if so, was Romance banned as well when it came out?
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« Reply #79 on: December 30, 2003, 12:25:05 AM »
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No and no, as far as I know.  There may have been a fuss, but IMDb doesn't say anything about banning that I can see.

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« Reply #80 on: December 30, 2003, 12:32:41 AM »
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it was probably banned because it's a terrible movie. Buffallo 66 was a-okay in my book, but as far as i've heard Brown Bunny is awful. Fellatio is kind of great though.
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« Reply #81 on: December 30, 2003, 12:36:03 AM »
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Fellatio is kind of great though.


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« Reply #82 on: December 30, 2003, 12:38:04 AM »
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it was probably banned because it's a terrible movie. Buffallo 66 was a-okay in my book, but as far as i've heard Brown Bunny is awful.

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« Reply #83 on: December 30, 2003, 12:44:02 AM »
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it was probably banned because it's a terrible movie. Buffallo 66 was a-okay in my book, but as far as i've heard Brown Bunny is awful.

Watch what you say. Big Brother Billy Brown is watching you...


The Bills didn't even make the NFL playoffs. I'm the least of his worries.
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« Reply #84 on: December 30, 2003, 09:43:11 PM »
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it was probably banned because it's a terrible movie. Buffallo 66 was a-okay in my book, but as far as i've heard Brown Bunny is awful.

Watch what you say. Big Brother Billy Brown is watching you...


The Bills didn't even make the NFL playoffs. I'm the least of his worries.



Big Brother Billy Brown is indeed watching and it ain't got nada to do with the hapless Bills either. Have you seen the movie Stefen, with 2 e's and f? Stop hearing and commenting on what you know squat about, and start watching and thinking for yourself, you gaffer. Buffalo 66 was a personified masterpiece, so re-read your book.

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« Reply #85 on: December 30, 2003, 09:54:15 PM »
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it was probably banned because it's a terrible movie. Buffallo 66 was a-okay in my book, but as far as i've heard Brown Bunny is awful.

Watch what you say. Big Brother Billy Brown is watching you...


The Bills didn't even make the NFL playoffs. I'm the least of his worries.



Big Brother Billy Brown is indeed watching and it ain't got nada to do with the hapless Bills either. Have you seen the movie Stefen, with 2 e's and f? Stop hearing and commenting on what you know squat about, and start watching and thinking for yourself, you gaffer. Buffalo 66 was a personified masterpiece, so re-read your book.


Buffallo 66 was lower than a-okay in my book. I was being nice. And no I have not seen Brown Bunny, why would I want to watch a crappy movie? Time is valuable homie.
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« Reply #86 on: December 31, 2003, 04:38:23 AM »
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Film needs people like Vincent Gallo, mavericks who stir up the shit and upset the status quo.  The Sex Pistols shook up the music industry in 1977, and Johnny Rotten showed no respect for precedent.  Andy Warhol shook up the art world in the 60's.  Directors like Gallo and Harmony Korine keep things fresh.
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« Reply #87 on: January 01, 2004, 12:16:37 PM »
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it was probably banned because it's a terrible movie. Buffallo 66 was a-okay in my book, but as far as i've heard Brown Bunny is awful.

Watch what you say. Big Brother Billy Brown is watching you...


The Bills didn't even make the NFL playoffs. I'm the least of his worries.



Big Brother Billy Brown is indeed watching and it ain't got nada to do with the hapless Bills either. Have you seen the movie Stefen, with 2 e's and f? Stop hearing and commenting on what you know squat about, and start watching and thinking for yourself, you gaffer. Buffalo 66 was a personified masterpiece, so re-read your book.


Buffallo 66 was lower than a-okay in my book. I was being nice. And no I have not seen Brown Bunny, why would I want to watch a crappy movie? Time is valuable homie.


Stick to fluffing Ringo and learn to spell... Buffalo, Buffalo, Buffalo, not Buffallo you fooll.

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« Reply #88 on: January 03, 2004, 12:51:34 AM »
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it was probably banned because it's a terrible movie. Buffallo 66 was a-okay in my book, but as far as i've heard Brown Bunny is awful.

Watch what you say. Big Brother Billy Brown is watching you...


The Bills didn't even make the NFL playoffs. I'm the least of his worries.



Big Brother Billy Brown is indeed watching and it ain't got nada to do with the hapless Bills either. Have you seen the movie Stefen, with 2 e's and f? Stop hearing and commenting on what you know squat about, and start watching and thinking for yourself, you gaffer. Buffalo 66 was a personified masterpiece, so re-read your book.


Buffallo 66 was lower than a-okay in my book. I was being nice. And no I have not seen Brown Bunny, why would I want to watch a crappy movie? Time is valuable homie.


Stick to fluffing Ringo and learn to spell... Buffalo, Buffalo, Buffalo, not Buffallo you fooll.


It's spelled "fool" with one L. Not two like Buffallo.
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« Reply #89 on: January 03, 2004, 01:13:01 AM »
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I think what billybrown's point was before the discourse degenerated was that believing all the negative publicity about Brown Bunny is foolhardy. See the movie for yourself, then judge. Each and every movie is a potential waste of time; this is the price we pay for loving movies. The good ones make sifting through the bad ones well more than worthwhile. "Buzz," hearsay, rumor, and criticism are never acceptable substitutes for seeing the damn thing yourself and making up your own mind.

"It was probably banned because it was a terrible movie" doesn't make a lick of sense, in any case. Plenty of terrible movies are released to great popularity and acclaim. A movie's content may make distributors jumpy or restrict where and when it can be shown, but the content of a film getting people in an uproar merely distracts from the real issue, which of course is the quality of the film. Brown Bunny is one of those peculiar cases, but I for one am going to do everything in my power to judge the film on its merits AS A FILM when I see it. Not all the endless, (mostly) meaningless chatter that has surrounded it.
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