posted on Jul, 30 2006 @ 07:02 PM
Yeah, TLADILA is classic. It has that gritty stink of the street. Friedkin did a great job at exposing the Darwinian-self and the repitive nature of
I like it cuz some of my friends got to drive in the freeway sequence which is the best "real" non-CGI chase ever. And Jane Leaves is soooooooooooo
young and totally hot, even my missus says she's "desirable" and we're old people.
Tonight's movie theme is motorcycling....
Our first feature...
Ghost Rider, a guerilla documentary of a since deceased Swedish criminal street motorcyclist... he splatted a few years back. A lesson to all.
On Any Sunday, a documentary that captures the spirit of the "why" of motorcycling...
The World's Fastest Indian, a Hopkins flick that I have not seen, but having run Bonneville and being a member of "the 200MPH club" of the SCTA
I'm excited to add it to my Lucent InPhase holographic drive (pre-production sample) and a media drive beyond all others... 300GB per cartrige.
Timerider, a Micheal Nesmith film starring Fred Ward as a timetraveling cyclist with a Porsche design helmet and a HUD...
The 1977 Daytona 200 - including my own final-practice crash at 145MPH and Connie Chung interview on Betamax....
And for fun and my missus a Johnny Depp flick called Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas which has little to do with Barstow-Vegas and more to do with
drugs, gonzo-journalism, freedom and paranoia... but one must keep "the sexy-she who must be obeyed" contented and happy.