Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Czech, Feb 26, 2013.
Boggs because I like to fuck man ass
If I don't get shanked or off myself while I'm inside I'd likely stumble through my existence like Red did upon his release.
This isn't prison.
Red had something to look forward to, a carrot on a stick... that was the only difference.
this is a good thread.
Heinous Mark makes a good point. Poor Brooks was too old to do much of anything, anyway. those scenes when he gets out may be the saddest in the movie.
Never made sense to me that Red was so well spoken
in the book he was white.
but he was. that's where the "why do they call you red?" "because i'm Irish" line comes from.
He was The Magical Negro character...
Yes. I forget the name of the actor, but I always liked him in old movies.....
Yeah, that movie had so many great/sad/happy moments. Amazing film.
it is my absolute favorite movie of all time and space and everything ever.
but i can't watch it anymore. It takes too much of an emotional toll on me.
I know, I know, I need to get a life
watch for a vip sighting.
red was close to becoming exactly like brooks, an institutionalised man.
good for that fucker to break the rules and jet to messico
I believe Shawshank is the perfect movie and one of my favorites. Pulp Fiction is not a perfect movie but is my favorite to watch. If either are on I find it impossible to change the station.
> i suspect there a few fat asses here, like the baby who cried the 1st night
i only feel this way about FARGO, although i repeatedly enjoy a multiple of other movies.
I used to feel that way, and it is ALWAYS on. so i spent a lot of time parked in front of the TV, crying.
I can handle Shawshank no problem, although some scenes get me choked up.
I can't handle drama movies about people dying of cancer and shit. That's where I draw the line.