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Wierdest movie ever

 
Mitch Ikeson
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Myself i think that Army of Darkness was the wierdest movie i saw.

I mean those people had to be on something.

Heres a site on Army of Darkness web page

Movies All The Way!!! :roll:
 
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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

I don't get it.
 
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Mulholland Drive
 
Barry Gaunt
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Originally posted by Max Habibi:
Mulholland Drive


Yeah, great fillum.
 
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Pink Flamingos
 
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Plan 9 From Outer Space.
 
Kishore Dandu
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I would add 'Daud' from RamGopal verma
& also a film by quentin tarantino that he made after Pulp fiction(where there are ghosts that turn up from live people)
 
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Royal Tenenbaums
Thinking of that movie makes my crawl into a ball and hide!

Eric
 
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Dreamcatcher:
It had nothing to do with dreams.
 
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Originally posted by Max Habibi:
Mulholland Drive


Agree.
 
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Jacob's Ladder (1990, Adrian Lyne)
 
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A tie between "pi" and "being john malkovich"
 
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I loved Pi, a real head-trip. I also watched it when I had a cold, I was lucky to survive.
 
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Memento!

or...otnemem
 
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12 Monkeys
 
Stan James
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Another vote for Memento. The director released an earlier movie after Memento that foreshadowed the style. You have to see them backwards to get it.

Adaptation is another delightfully self-referential oddity. A movie about writing the movie. Also references Being John Malkevitch.

Donnie Darko was up on the fairly weird scale, too.
 
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Brazil is my nomination.
 
Jeff Bosch
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I vote for Slaughterhouse Five. Just when you're starting to follow the story, it goes somewhere else...
 
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