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DEAD MAN (dir: Jim Jarmusch, R) - Thom says, "Some people say that this is the only movie that depicts Native Americans in a non-stereotypical or –offensive way; others disagree. I say that there is no way to not offend or stereotype any person, no matter how stupidly French they are. More ways this movie will surely offend you: 1) if you like color (it’s in black and white), 2) if you like skulls being intact (a skull is crushed), and 3) if you like William Blake poetry – actually, if you like William Blake poetry you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Because there is some of that in there. This movie is so chock-full of all that Jarmusch-y “one-of-the-most-awesome-movies-I’ve-ever-seen-AND-it-was-scored-by-Neil-Young-question-mark-exclamation-point-brain-aneurism-ness” that you’ll squeal like Little Richard getting his feet tickled under water."
SHOWGIRLS (dir: Paul Verhoeven, NC-17) – Greg says, "What makes a film bad? Poor performances? Bad taste? Contrived dialogue? A bonkers director overdosing on delusions of grandeur? A screenwriter paid $2 million bucks for a script that features at least 6 lap-dancing sequences? Elizabeth Berkley and Kyle MacLachlan having a ridiculous sex scene under a fake waterfall? SHOWGIRLS features all that plus a residue of sleaze that you can’t wash off for weeks. So why is it THE BEST MOVIE EVER MADE?"
TOY STORY (dir: John Lasseter, G) – Kurt says, "I remember seeing TOY STORY in the theaters the way some people remember seeing STAR WARS. For me, being only ten years old when it was released, I actually thought toys could come to life. My view on this family classic may be a bit skewed but ask almost any kid about it and I bet he can name all the major characters and plot lines, that’s proof enough for me."
ANTONIA'S LINE (dir: Marleen Gorris, Not Rated)
BEFORE SUNRISE (dir: Richard Linklater, Not Rated)
CLUELESS (dir: Amy Heckerling, Not Rated)
LA CÉRÉMONIE (dir: Claude Chabrol, Not Rated)
SAFE (dir: Todd Haynes, Not Rated)
SMOKE (dir: Wayne Wang, Not Rated)
WELCOME TO THE DOLLHOUSE (dir: Todd Solondz, Not Rated)
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