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What a shame.
Just watched "Live Freaky, Die Freaky" upon Panamint Patty's recommendation.Paints Sharon in a bit of a different light...
Yeah that parts not so cool. But otherwise did you enjoy it? The premise is compelling
It all depends on who's spinning the tale.
Hmm, did like it? I can't really say as there were aspects of both positive and negative. I AM glad i saw it, and i can't believe i never heard of it before! (I haven't followed the case since before the internet, and i've been lurking online for awhile now...)I LOVED the fact that it seemed to incorporate almost all the little nuances of the case, and so being in the "know" really helped out, and made the movie super funny at parts. I thought some parts of it were BEYOND bad/poor taste and were quite repulsive for me. I mean, i can take gruesome and dark comedy, no doubt, but it crossed the line for me at points. I LOVED how it painted every person or group of people as being just as fucked up as the rest. So there was no "right" or "wrong".I thought the begining/end dude was definitely campy, but i liked how his choice in the end was just like religion or point of view any person can choose on their road of life, and how it can affect the rest of society.I liked the crappy little songs and i about DIED when they took that jab at Manson's music at the beginning! The "recipe" for a Manson, the "Mechanical Man" song was hilarious :)I am VERY glad i saw it and i thank you a lot!!
Asphalt, is that a self-portrait?
Okay cool. Patty gets your drift and she is glad that you did not completely hate it. She had not thought about the fact that no one is likeable in the entire thing: there are no heroes. Just like Breaking Bad. What's going to happen tomorrow night? Ugh! Patty is rooting for you, Pinkman!
Matt, yes indeed it is.Panamint, Jesse FTW, Yo!
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