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February 24, 2004



Wow! Impressive analysis...

To me the cannon shot signifies the end
of the play. With the theatrics
out of the way, reality (in this American story,
civilization) seriously,
maturely, and reassuringly, takes over.


This movie was the most creative movies ive seen in my life time. Acters and actresses played very well, symbolizes great gang wars from early ages.


Handcarved headstones are no doubt the best choice available, all in various types of stone the hand carving adds a certain personal element to the memorial/monument. Personally stonework created using only machines doesnt have the same level of creativlty in my opinion.


I keep coming back to this movie, and I never really could explain why...When I bring it up, people either say, "Yeah, that was an ok movie, or "I hated That movie." I still say it is one of the best films I have ever seen, and while I'm no critic or film student, I have to say that Daniel Day Lewis' performance really does rank as high as Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire, or Jack Nicholson in One Flew Over the Cukoo's Nest. They've become the standard, and every actor who plays these parts on stage or film goes to them for reference (and usually ends up doing a poor impression). Bill the Butcher is now a giant of film. I have more to add, but I guess I'm going on a bit. Anyway, you should enable some sort of spam filter for posts. GREAT read, though.

Metro Ethernet

wow, incredible movie and review of corse.
I really love how Leonardo Dicaprio acts in this movie, is one of my favorites

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A Few Great Movie Quotes

  • "Who knows what it's like to be me??" (M, 1931)

  • "Mark that frame an eight, and you're entering a world of pain." (THE BIG LEBOWSKI, 1998)

  • "I want you to hold the chicken between your knees." (FIVE EASY PIECES, 1970)

  • "Did your parents have any kids that lived? You're so ugly you could be a modern art masterpiece!" (FULL METAL JACKET, 1987)

  • "All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up." (SUNSET BOULEVARD, 1950)

  • "Well, a boy's best friend is his mother." (PSYCHO, 1960)

  • "Will you shut up about that conscience, that's all I been hearin'!" (ON THE WATERFRONT, 1954)

  • "Nobody's perfect." (SOME LIKE IT HOT, 1959)

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