Her early work was a little too TV for my taste, but when "I Shot Andy Warhol" came out in '96, I think she really came into her own, commercially and artistically.
In 2000, Mary Harron released "American Psycho", her most accomplished movie. The whole movie has a clear crisp '80s look, and a new sheen of social satire, which really gives the movie a big boost. In terms of writing craftsmanship, the sheer scriptwriting, this movie hits a new peak of professionalism. The movie is so catchy, most people don't even try to understand the meaning, because it's not just about the pleasures of conformity, importance of trends, hollow yuppie lifestyle and murders, but it's also a personal statement of a director herself!
I am the rocker, I am the roller, I'm an ooouta-controller!
Patbateman123, it's Morfeus. You're my lawyer, so I think you should know-I've posted a lot of quotes back at IMDb v1.0. Quotes about some escort girls, in an apartment uptown, some homeless people, maybe five or ten, an NYU girl I met in Central Park. I replied to Aboyes, my old girlfriend, and Times_Up, some old f@@got with a silly avatar. I don't want to leave anything out here...I guess I've posted 20000 quotes, maybe 40000-I have screenshots of a lot of it...Tonight I just, well, I had to post a lot of quotes and I'm not sure I 'm going to get away with it this time-I mean I guess I'm a pretty sick guy. So-if you log in tomorrow, you know, keep your eyes open.
Post by patbateman123 on Feb 12, 2017 16:08:11 GMT
Jesus, yes! That was hilarious. The message you left. That was you, wasn't it? Morfeus quoting about _Up and the escort girls. That's fabulous. That's rich. By the way, 1989, how's deschainx? You're still quoting him, right?
Wait. Stop. I did it, Patbateman123. I posted them. I'm Morfeus. I pwned IMDB's fucking board. The whole post was true. Don't you know who I am? I'm not Aboyes, I'm Morfeus. we reply to each other all the time.