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Offline Wanuva_Kind

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What about Depressing Movies?
« on: November 15, 2006, 05:15:59 PM »
With this new setup, anything goes, so I was thinking, what if they threw us a curveball and "Riffed" Requiem for a Dream? I can only imagine the fun they could have with *START SPOILERS* the evil refrigerator scene. And the famous Azzz2Azzz guy, but thats VERY late in the movie.*END SPOILERS*

While I'm at it, what about the Pianist, Jakob the Liar or Saving Private Ryan?

House of Sand and Fog could work too, or Drugstore Cowboy...

I don't know... what are other movies that are just depressing that they could "lighten"

Also, some things from the movie they could poke fun at... even if its VERY mean spirited and well, just flat out wrong.

I don't know, there are far too many "Mainstream" movies that still have to be done...

What about Million Dollar Baby, or hmm, I dono, what's everyone else think about them doing something like Requiem?

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Re: What about Depressing Movies?
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2006, 05:42:02 PM »
how bout Oldboy?

now THAT would be a challenge. you don't get much heavier than Oldboy
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Re: What about Depressing Movies?
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2006, 08:32:06 PM »
Depressing movie... so pretty much any movie that has ever won an Oscar?

I'd like to see Crash or American Beauty riffed