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Posted By: Sio

Posted On: Dec 12, 2005
Views: 568
Citizen Kane

Does anyone besides film students have to watch this more than once? Or, more to the point, do so? I can't imagine why one would, but that's not my problem.
9 times in a week totally turned me off to it forever.


Posted By: Julie

Posted On: Dec 12, 2005
Views: 564
RE: Citizen Kane

I liked this movie, but only because it had been pointed out why I should like it. People talked about how it was before it's time and made great strides in the way movies were filmed. And for that, I can appreciate it, like it even. For it's content, eh. It was okay, but more for movie fanatics. It made me feel like there was a deeper message to it that I would never get. Childhood = bliss, blah blah blah... but was there really something deeper?

PS: I'd heard that this was loosely a mockery of William Randolf Hurst, and how his money could never buy him the happiness of his childhood. How his millions would buy him nothing but material items. Anyone that's ever seen Hurst Castle can attest to the fact that he never stopped trying to buy happiness! LOL!!

I think he had a long-running grudge with Orson Wells (who BTW purchased a restaurant down the road from Hurst called Nepenthe that he gave to his bride Rita Hayworth).

Just misc. fact crap. Doubt anyone cares.


Posted By: adam

Posted On: Dec 13, 2005
Views: 557
RE: Citizen Kane

i watced mabe five minutes of that movie until i realized the whole thing would be in black and white. any movie that's not in color is shit in my book.


Posted By: theo

Posted On: Dec 13, 2005
Views: 551
RE: Citizen Kane

your book is a coloring book so that doesnt suprise anyone. its always funny how you make these statements as if anyone cares


Posted By: adam

Posted On: Dec 13, 2005
Views: 535
RE: Citizen Kane

wasnt me that said it, i never watched citizen kane....its funny tho, how you respond to "my" posts with the same thing every time...obviously noone cares, thats the beauty of the internet
if u truly didnt care, you would just dismiss it and move on, but no, you care about me...

thanks for caring, i love you too, man


Posted By: theo

Posted On: Dec 13, 2005
Views: 530
RE: Citizen Kane

what a load of crap. you write that stuff because you think people really read it and follow your lead. As if anyone will ever say 'hmmm... adam doesn't like black and white movies so I also think they suck'

i care about you?!? yea right. lets just say if you were a kitten i would care about you enough to put you in a burlap bag and chuck it into a river.


Posted By: adam

Posted On: Dec 14, 2005
Views: 522
RE: Citizen Kane

theres worse ways to kill a cat, but you didnt pick them cos you wouldnt be able to handle the slightest thought of em
awww, thats nice of you....that is where the real love is.... right there.... hey, man, merry christmas.


Posted By: theo

Posted On: Dec 14, 2005
Views: 519
RE: Citizen Kane

forget it adammaster. i know you you are desperate for a friend in life but go look somewhere else. i hope santa ****es on your christmas tree and leaves a poisonous snake in your stocking.


Posted By: maud

Posted On: Dec 14, 2005
Views: 513
RE: Citizen Kane

maybe you two should star in dumb and dumber 3 (adam being dumber)


Posted By: GirlUWant

Posted On: Dec 14, 2005
Views: 512
RE: Citizen Kane

geez...adam is really fun...you guys just don't get him!


Posted By:

Posted On: Dec 14, 2005
Views: 509
RE: Citizen Kane

There is nothing funny about deadbeats. They are fun to watch on TV when they are Beavis and Butthead but I don't want them around me otherwise.


Posted By: adam

Posted On: Dec 14, 2005
Views: 506
RE: Citizen Kane

theo, how about you give it up, i know your true feelings now and its OK


Posted By: adam

Posted On: Dec 14, 2005
Views: 504
RE: Citizen Kane

I will take any friend I can get


Posted By: theo

Posted On: Dec 15, 2005
Views: 491
RE: Citizen Kane

piss off loser


 

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