On another note, I just watched Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. There's a different feel to it from the other Kubrick movies I've watched. While that's probably a result of the movie being a black comedy, I think it's a little more than just that. Still, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I wish that the actors running around today playing multiple parts in movies would take a hint from Peter Sellers on how to do that the right way. He's great in all of his roles.
The Muppets - 10/10
This is what children's programming SHOULD be like. Not this Yo Gabba Gabba bullcrap that passes as entertainment these days.
Reservoir Dogs is a several notches above Pulp Fiction. It's one of only two movies that I've seen that had a scene which prompted me to really say "that's ****ed up" (the other being A Clockwork Orange...you cna probably guess which scene in that movie Im referring to).
Without giving too much away: Michael Madsen. "Stuck in the Middle". just one of those mind****s you get from watching some sinister action choreographed to a happy, upbeat tune.
A Zed and Two Noughts
Gorgeous ridiculousness. Some of the finest photography and score I've seen and heard in a film, but the entire thing is so bloody weird it's hard to take seriously. Just reading a short synopsis is nearly too much. Will watch again just for aesthetic value.