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Righteous Nuts
List creator: ZenBones
Created on: March 31, 2006 - 1:19 AM PST
Description: I have to admit - in SOME ways, I relate to the views that these alienated, oversensitive people have of the world. Thankfully, I haven't crossed the line where my frustrations have become self-destructive (or in some cases, destructive to others).

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The Assassination of Richard Nixon (2004)
  Sean Penn's greatest performance is as this man who's fed up with all the phonies, liars and corruption around him. Unfortunately, he seems to have no outlet to channel his rage except ultimate sociopathic violence.
Grizzly Man (2005)
  I still have my teddy bears and wish I could hug a real bear but I DO have an understanding of the difference! I share Timothy Treadwell's anger toward those who want to destroy nature but when it comes to eat or be eaten...
Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession (2004)
  Jerry Harvey appreciated the power of great movies more than anyone - which can be agonizing in a world that is incapable of recognizing such power and beauty. I'm angry with him, but I understand him.
The Weather Underground (2003)
  Okay, the corporate and political power structure is corrupt and people need to be alerted, but blowing up buildings? This is an interesting group of rebels with good intentions and their heads up their asses.
Network (Special Edition) (1976)
  "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore!!!" Paddy Chayefsky stole that line from me but that's okay. It's a phrase that's worth repeating.
Over the Edge (1979)
  How do a bunch of 14 year-olds communicate to the authority figures in their community that they're mad as hell? I'm not so sure I wouldn't have joined them in their 'protest' when I was their age!
Little Murders (1971)
  The crime! The pollution! The apathy! "It's better to light a candle than curse the darkness," Mrs. Newquist says. Her family has other ways of coping. It's a sick movie but I can't help it; I f**king LOVE it!
Crimson Gold (2003)
Not Rated
  The social, political, religious and psychological repression of one heavy-set man with a bleak future makes this film about a total outcast a riveting character study.
Taxi Driver (1976)
  I really don't relate to Travis Bickle but I have always wanted to try that "you talkin' to me?" bit on rude assholes. My Buddha nature won't let me though [plus, I'm a coward].
Billy Jack Goes to Washington (1977)
  Lots of people don't realize that there has been a remake of "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington". This is it... Billy Jack seeks justice through our institutions of law. Well, it's better than a kick in the groin. Or is it? God help me I really like this movie!!
Dog Day Afternoon (Special Edition) (1975)
  AT-TI-CA! AT-TI-CA! Police brutality was not really Sonny Wojtowicz's motive to rob a bank, but he was a Vietnam vet who couldn't get a decent job, and he robbed for the greatest cause of all: love.
I Shot Andy Warhol (1996)
  Some males who suffer years of sexual abuse become sexual abusers; some women who suffer years of sexual abuse become man-haters. This film about the latter makes me understand Valerie Solanas' anger even though it ends up generally - and tragically - misdirected.
Monster (2003)
  Speaking of sexual abuse... geez, if I had been used and abused like Aileen Wuornos had, perhaps I'd be as loco and violent as she became. It's too scary to think about!
Safe (1995)
  Is it the world that is polluted or our souls? Are comfort and perfection killing us? Are the generic, corporatized communities we live in sapping our life force away? I'm not quite as allergic to the world as Carol White is, but I'm getting there.
Dig! (2003)
  The stubborn idealism of singer-songwriter Anton Newcombe has kept The Brian Jonestown Massacre from hitting it big, but I'm in the camp that thinks that's a GOOD thing! I admire Anton's defiance and music but I do have to admit, the guy's wired a tad too tight!
My Best Fiend (1999)
Not Rated
  Speaking of being wired too tight! Here's someone I would not have wanted to run into on one of his bad days. He seems to be the only person who channels Jesus as a sadist, but you gotta love his acting!
Lenny Bruce: Without Tears (1971)
Not Rated
  He fought the system and lost his court cases and ultimately, his sanity and his life. If only he'd hung on a little longer.
Vincent and Theo (1990)
  The price you pay for matching the beauty and ferocity of nature is madness. This TV-play by Altman is quite good, but urge GC to carry Paul Cox's incredibly beautiful and masterful "Vincent"!
The Doors (1991)
  "I believe in a long prolonged derangement of the senses to attain the unknown". I do too Jim, but not ETERNAL derangement of the senses! Another idealistic visionary bites the dust. Damn!
Harold and Maude (Criterion) (1971)
  This May-December (make that March-December!) romance should give all who believe in unrequited love and bucking the system a little hope that there is something worth living for - even if it's just wonderful zany movies like this one.

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