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Desc:A good (not great) short film essay from a 22-year-old youtuber under fire for DMCA.
Category:Classic Movies, Crime
Tags:Stanley Kubrick, no thank you i do not want this paper, Channel Criswell
Submitted:That guy
Date:06/10/16
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Comment count is 7
decoy - 2016-06-10
Kurbick's last film should have been A.I. instead of that Eyes Wide Shut dreck.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2016-06-10
Almost all of what guy was saying was gibberish.
I havent seen eyes wide shut, I always had this idea that Kubrick never finished it, apparently he *did* except for some music. Gonna watch it.
That guy - 2016-06-10
ok, it's not perfect, yeah

maybe I'll change it to "good" not "great"

He's like 22 and making decent film essays, and he's being sued for copyright on what seems like fair use to most people.

That guy - 2016-06-10
Most 22 year olds can't write an essay like this at all.

boner - 2016-06-10
I like Kubrick all right, but his biggest fans just seem to give me the creeps. It's also difficult to find any women who give a fuck about these movies.

15th - 2016-06-11
"Room 237" has some interesting facts and bat shit crazy Kubrick theories. Eyes Wide Shut is worth checking out, not his finest by a long shot. Had it been Jim Carey/drew berrymore.....

That guy - 2016-06-11
gak

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