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Family Guy (1998)
smoking killed my father... and raped my mother
this show is the funniest damn thing i've ever seen.. including the simpsons.. there, i said it.. i've seen every episode like 300 times and every single one is pure genius (except for one or two).. although i do agree with alot of stuff that has been mentioned here.. there isn't really any real character development (although some of the characters are brilliant.. like Stewie or Quagmire), and there's no real plot or storyline to be found.. it's mostly just alot of (hilarious) jokes and flashback scenes strung together.. but that doesn't really bother me at all, i watch cartoons for laughs and if i want character development or story i go watch Twin Peaks or something.. i heard somewhere that they're bringing this show back, which is great, cause it just kept getting better and better (the last season was the best) and i hope it continues to do so
Hugh Downs awaaay!
Benjamín dúfa (1995)
this is one of the most touching, beautiful films i've seen in my life. and it's mostly thanks to Sigfús Sturlusons brilliant portrayal of Baldur Hvíti.
He surely is one of the greatest actors of our time.
Trigger Happy TV (2000)
funniest thing ever
this show is the funniest thing ever... my favourite would have to be the "don't trust this man" gag, the "1.000.000 toilet/sex shop customer" and many many more.. as for people who've commented on the show being repetitive and blahblahblah.. they just don't have a sense of humor, it's that simple. And i feel sorry for them.
The Count of Monte Cristo (2002)
a great movie
I just watched the film and I must say... I enjoyed it... I haven't read the book that it's based on but I intend to... but as with so many films that are based on books, there's always a group of people ready to start whining as soon as the film comes out, cause the film didn't stay true to the book, and start throwing around idiotic phrases like "dumbed down for teenyboppers" and so on... sure, the movie didn't have the same character development as the book is supposed to have had and blahblahblah... but I don't really care... I liked what i saw, i was happy after I saw it, and obviously many other people were, and i don't consider myself "an MTV teenybopper" because of that, like some of the idiots who commented on this movie like to think... and i think that pretty much means that the people making the movie did a pretty good job... it was a good movie in it's own right, and I can't wait to read the book, even though I know what to expect.... 8/10
The Elephant Man (1980)
I just watched this movie last night and i must say... it touched me in a way no other movie has... some of the scenes even brought me to tears, which has never happened to me before.... John Hurt and Anthony Hopkins are simple incredible, and this movie is just filled with unforgettable scenes....
but like some people have mentioned here before, it is an incredibly hard movie to watch, especially after you realize what a sweet, kind, smart and innocent man John Merrick was, it is often painful to watch the way he's treated by some people, and like Hopkins says after he sees him for the first time "I pray to god that he's an idiot", sadly, he is everything but that...
10/10, no question
Happy Gilmore (1996)
this has to be the funniest movie I've ever seen. I've seen it about 20 times and I laugh harder every time. Adam Sandler is brilliant and so is Ben Stiller and that guy from Rocky 10/10