What does this have to do with Star Trek?
This flick was fucking horrible. $160 million dollars?
People are seriously fucking stupid.
This video looks boring as hell until you realize what they actually did.
The structures/scenery shown in the vid match the track.
It completely repetitive, but wow, they did something new and never seen before.
The Chemical Brothers need to make a new record.
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This track is so good. When the break hits it's an instant dance party. Then they do it again.
I think they're sort of channeling The Talking Heads.
After watching Mistress Of The Dark again it seems like it's the prototype for Pee-wee's Big adventure.
Btw, Quentin Tarantino, Jamie Lee Curtis, and many other that you'll know show up. It's quite fun.
Such a great doc about exploitation cinema. If you get the chance, check it out.
I'm going to be "that guy" and say The Wire.
The characters are so well done, the "reality" of the show is nothing that's been seen before or since.
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This is the dumbest site ever and I love it.
Another I would add to this list is Frost/Nixon (2008)
I'm not a Ron Howard fan by any stretch, but both Rush and Frost/Nixon are actually two really good films.
Rachael kind of screws it up in the middle, but it's still pretty good.
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