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You dont get drafted

You dont get drafted there...they come to your house and collect you

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Inglorious &$#%#&@!s

its like in Inglorious &$#%#&@!s....they come to your house under the guise of drinking your delicious milk.....

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Hey guys im going to be on

Hey guys im going to be on The Dating Game next Friday so wish me luck...i even have a clip from my intro to prove it..they said that they heard my name and just had to have me on

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Kurosawa is my favorite director of all-time, and I know all about the re-makes of his movies and such. Hidden Fortress inspired Lucas to write Star Wars from the perspective of C3PO and R2D2, Fistful of Dollars was Yojimbo shot for shot (except with Cowboys instead of Samurai), Kurosawa rocked the house. Ikiru is one of my favorites, though Seven Samurai was totally epic, like 4 hours but such a great movie. Have you seen the previews for "Let Me In"? I think it will lack all of the gritty greatness of "Let the Right One In", I am sure of that. I might still see it, but I just am guessing it will get panned, they are just not comfortable doing some things in Hollywood that make Foreign films so rad. I also love Miike movies, if you ever watch him, basically Japanese movies are of major interest to me. But I will watch movies from anywhere, as long as it is a good film, I am willing to see it. Heck, even if it is not, I do not mind, just as long as it is not the same garbage over and over that they seem to churn out in Hollywood.

Oh, and for my draft comment, you guys never talk about the draft! Most posts on here are put together through old sugar packets, but honestly a majority of posts on here never have anything to do with the draft, many have little to do with basketball or for comprehension by people speaking the English language. However, I will throw you a bone. Shawn Kemp's nickname should have been Darth Vader, cause odds are he was your father. Also, Shawn Kemp Jr. will one day play in the NBA Summer Leagues. Though, the Reign Man, he is not.

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The 7 Samurai
Is considered as one of the greatest films ever made... It is 1 of the 1000 Must-See Movies before you die... Great epic film...
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very true marcusfizer21

very true marcusfizer21

thats when you know a movie is great, 60 years old and its still one of the best

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I have changed the rules from having to make at least one draft comment per post to choice of draft comment or gif.....you are quite the trail blazer....

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1000 Movies to see before you die

Leaves out so many movies! But it is a good guideline to go by for 1000 solid movies. But yes, Seven Samurai is considered one of the best films of all-time. Rashomon is another Kurosawa film that was incredibly influential as it was the first film to really tell the same story in a number of different ways. It was definitely groundbreaking. Ikiru is the film I still suggest the most, it took place in modern Japan and is quite universal. Hidden Fortress rocks the house, and anything with Mifune/Kurosawa is a must see. That includes films such as Yojimbo, Sanjuro, High and Low, Akihage (Red Beard), Stray Dog and Drunken Angel among others. His movies in color, Ran and Dream among those I have seen, were breathtakingly beautiful. Ran is his Samurai take on King Lear, and he had an older film called Throne of Blood starring Mifune as a MacBeth type figure. But man, I could go on and on, and I still have so many to catch up on. I just watched a French movie called La Haine that was very well done. It focuses on three young kids from the projects in France, one Jewish, one Black and one Arab. They are all friends during a tumultuous time where many french people were rebelling against the police. It was a good movie.

Oh, and I think that Terrence Jones will easily be a top 10 pick if Enes Kanter does not get entrance to Kentucky. Possibly even if he does. He might have the most NBA potential of anyone in that recruiting class this year, even if Kanter and Knight go ahead of him in the draft.

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Add Pootie Tang to that list

Add Pootie Tang to that list too

pootie tang pootie tang!! Pictures, Images and Photos

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You don't have to tell me anything about Kurosawa. The only big movie of his that I haven't watched all the way through yet is Sanjuro. But Yojimbo, Rashomon, Ikiru, Seven Samurai, Ran, The Hidden Fortress, Kagemusha, Red Beard and Throne of Blood are all favorites of mine. It's funny you mentioned Let the Right One In, because I started watching that last night. I'll finish it today.

I'm also a big fan of Chinese actor/writer Stephen Chow. His movies are hilarious. If you haven't seen Kung Fu Hustle or King of Comedy, check 'em out.

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have you seen shaolin soccer?

have you seen shaolin soccer? thats the first of his movies i saw

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Yeah

I own it. I see it on my shelf right now. Between Death Proof and The Seventh Seal.

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I think Pootie Tang for this

I think Pootie Tang for this piece of musical nirvana. This is one of my favorite songs of all time. Everything about it is just beautiful.

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OJJ

WWMD?

What would Mollom do?

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Mollom would do whatever he

Mollom would do whatever he wants. It would probably involve chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream.

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Stephen Chow Rules

I have not seen King of Comedy, but I loved Shaolin Soccer and Kung-Fu Hustle.

I think Stephen Chow is one of the best un-drafted Free Agents out there. Given his abilities shown in these films, how could he not at least dominate the NBA. One has to wonder.

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Turn that noise down dammit

Turn that noise down dammit

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2:57 is the only part of that

2:57 is the only part of that video I don't like.

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pooty don't need no words.....

I keep going back and forth on best poster between money and OJ and this is not helping the matter....

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