Strangest Movie You've Ever Watched?

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    Strangest Movie You've Ever Watched?

    Off the top of my head, I'd have to say Gummo.

    College buddy made me watch it my freshman year. Still not sure what I was watching.
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    The Langoliers

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    Jules and Jim. Fellini gives me headaches. Had to watch it for Cinema History.

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    Back in my teen years I saw a movie called “A Clockwork Orange”. I haven’t seen it since but sure didn’t get what it was about back then. However, I believe it was nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. Produced by Stanley Kramer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Professor View Post
    Back in my teen years I saw a movie called “A Clockwork Orange”. I haven’t seen it since but sure didn’t get what it was about back then. However, I believe it was nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. Produced by Stanley Kramer.
    I saw that one a few years ago and I am not sure what its about now. Definitely a strange one.

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    Hands down "The Human Centipede". Please do not watch it if you have not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Professor View Post
    Back in my teen years I saw a movie called “A Clockwork Orange”. I haven’t seen it since but sure didn’t get what it was about back then. However, I believe it was nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. Produced by Stanley Kramer.
    Stanley Kubrick. It was a little of the old "ultra-violence."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Axelrod View Post
    Hands down "The Human Centipede". Please do not watch it if you have not.
    Hear about it. Do not ever plan on watching it.

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    Vanilla Sky was a little weird. I understood it but it was weird and slow developing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wireman View Post
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    That’s the first movie that popped into my head.

    Another really strange one is Eraserhead.

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    Clockwork Orange was strange.

    For me, probably Requiem for a Dream.

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    Mulholland Drive comes to mind...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Axelrod View Post
    Hands down "The Human Centipede". Please do not watch it if you have not.
    I heard about this one and I know better than to watch. I had nightmares about just hearing about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Axelrod View Post
    Hands down "The Human Centipede". Please do not watch it if you have not.
    I haven't not watched this movie, but have heard about it and have no desire to lay my eyes on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    For me, probably Requiem for a Dream.
    Man, I love that movie and would recommend it to many.

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