Discussion in 'General' started by Rob P, Mar 14, 2015.
What a fucking awesome movie. Love the boot camp scenes.
Useless bit of trivia.....it was all filmed in the UK. Beckton gasworks in the East End of London was used as the streets of Hue.
Great movie. Kubrick lived in the town I grew up in, where he also filmed 2001. One of my best friends dad worked for him as a driver/handyman, he always had some cool movie stuff around his house.
I usually stop watching after the boot camp part
With my hand numb nuts!
Man, I could fill a whole page with quotes from that movie. I can just about recite the opening scene from memory
I was just in the DMZ in Vietnam, so I'm busy watching all the Vietnam movies trying to get a better sense on what went on over there.
Yep!!! Its like 2 different movies,and I lose interest once he blows his brains out.Its an absolutely awesome movie up to that point
At least one reference to that movie is made everyday amongst the guys I work with. Once we got a new guy that wasn't that bright. We nicknamed him "Pyle" he didn't last long.
Nother bit of trivia- Ermy made his audition tape of explitives while having people throw stuff at him.
More trivia- That was the last good movie Kubrick made.
Ehhhhhhh I thought eyes wide shut was pretty good..... Very dark and strange yet totally preposterous. I thouroughly enjoyed it because it made me feel very uncomfortable.
Hell no! Then you'll miss the part that 2live Crew sampled to achieve infamy!
My favorite movie of all time.
"What we have here, little yellow sister, is a magnificent specimen of pure Alabama Blacksnake"
I've seen that part too, as it comes shortly after bootcamp
"And it ain't too G*d D#*n beaucoup"
Then that time when Shemp got his head pressed in a potato masher when he went into the Army-
..sorry wrong thread..
An entire movie full of quotable lines and you guys focus on the ones about some guy's big dick?
Classic!! Still one of my favorite movies.
It's Cortez, it's gonna involve d!ck$.
I wanna slip your sister my sausage.
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