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Old 04-25-08, 01:10 AM
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I loved Shoot'Em Up and got shit at work for loving it. Loved Showgirls the first time I saw it when it first came out on VHS. I rememeber telling people that it was going to become a cult film and going to catch on as camp. Also loved Hudson Hawk and thought it was away head of it's time. I still don't think people get it in the same way people don't get Shoot'Em Up.
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Old 04-25-08, 10:38 AM
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Originally Posted by GoldenJCJ
I've taken grief for the fact that I'm a grown man without children who buys the occasional Disney movie. But when you consider it's one of the "princess" Disney movies it makes things a little more awkward.
Anyone who thinks it's just some fluffy princess movie apparently has never seen it. Snow White is from the pre-"Whitewashing Era" of Disney movies, so it has some fairly dark stuff in it. (Remember the evil queen instructing the hunter to bring back her heart in a box as proof that he murdered her? And remember the downright evil poisoning scene?)
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Originally Posted by DonTHX1378
Hudson Hawk and thought it was away head of it's time. I still don't think people get it in the same way people don't get Shoot'Em Up.
Hudson Hawk

Great characters and interaction, unusual, oddball humor, charming but weird adventure story ...

Shoot'Em up

Very good actors.

Not sure I see the connection between the two films.
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