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  • The Ghost and the Darkness
  • Magnolia
  • Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
  • Escape from New York

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  • Kuroneko

    ★★★★

  • Thelma

    ★★★★½

  • Censor

    ★★★★

  • Harakiri

    ★★★★★

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  • Cinema Twain

    Cinema Twain

    ★★★★★

    This is my experience seeing Val Kilmer’s “Citizen Twain” live in April of 2013 at the Wyly theater. It was, or was very close to, the last live performance Val gave before the first signs of what would later be revealed as cancer took his voice away.

    For those of you who don’t know. I’m the biggest Val Kilmer fan out there. I own his entire filmography on DVD. Val Kilmer has been my hero since I was about 8…

  • Val

    Val

    ★★★★★

    I’m the biggest Val Kilmer fan in the whole world and I’m in this for about 2 seconds. I almost cried in the theater over getting to be included in the smallest of ways in the telling of my hero’s story. I jumped out of my seat when I saw myself onscreen. I wish they’d included the whole scene because it’s one of the highlights of my life. As probably the only dork who’s ever seen every film he’s been…

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  • Kuroneko

    Kuroneko

    ★★★★

    Every ghost story is a love story.

  • Thelma

    Thelma

    ★★★★½

    Forget Joker, this is the supervillain origin story you’ve been looking for.

    My brother (and mother) both suffered from this kind of non-epileptic seizure brought on by stress and trauma.  But instead of developing superpowers my brother developed a meth addiction in an attempt to self medicate and spent over a year in prison.


    He’s fine now.

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  • Censor

    Censor

    ★★★★

    Maybe it's because I watched it recently, but this has a lot of Videodrome in it to me. Both see an individual involved in the sleaziest aspects of filmed entertainment in the hedonistic 80s, going deeper and deeper down the rabbit hole until they find something they can never undo. In Videodrome, it was a purveyor of the nasty entertainment, and Cronenberg argued that this continual input of ever increasingly provocative information in ever increasing amounts would forever change our…