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Desc:Hilariously bad, pretentious art film from 1968. See accompanying John Waters lecture.
Category:Classic Movies, Humor
Tags:john waters, Boom, Elizabeth Taylor, richard burton, boom!
Submitted:baleen
Date:07/27/08
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baleen

Dialog:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu7cje8nNXo
Lurchi
AMAZING trash. Sadly not available on dvd.
cognitivedissonance
You're telling me... I went out on a hunt for it a few weeks back only to discover that not even my usually reliable VHS collectors could find it. I finally snagged it on eBay, it is STUPENDOUS, but I think the fact that it was a challenging quarry makes me savor it more.

dead_cat
I'm not sure what the people involved in making this film were expecting to happen when they went and mauled one of Tennessee Williams less-than-stellar plays, but damned if the results weren't memorable. And hilarious.

Whenever the movie station plays this, I always end up missing the beginning - do they ever say what Elizabeth Taylor's character is dying of? Or is it just one of those generic and unnamed movie illnesses?
baleen

She's dying of excessive fabulousness I bet.

cognitivedissonance
SHE'S ALREADY DEAD!

Comeuppance
Assgrab reaction at 3:14.
Rodents of Unusual Size
This was the longest goddamn perfume commercial I ever saw.
chumbucket
and then Boom! I got bored
Jeff Fries
Joseph Losey? More like Matthew Barney.
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