Picture this.

Here's something fun to waste a few hours:


Once there, you can create a list of your top 20 favorite movies which other users can then comment on. We did. And then we got comments, excerpts of which we'll now post on our crappy blog so we can comment back:

"Just a great set of picks."

Why, thank you, Christopher Wang.

"I wasn's that impressed by Nashville either, but maybe i should watch it again one of these days."

Yes, you should. It's the best American movie ever made. And never, ever say "one of these days" again.

"Good variety; could just do with touch of Mizoguchi!"

Mizoguchi, huh? Let's see... Sansho the Bailiff. We've heard of it. Summary? According to IMDb, "In medieval Japan a compassionate governor is sent into exile. His wife and children try to join him, but are separated, and the children grow up amid suffering and oppression." Um, sorry, but we lived this. No need for us to watch it unfold in glorious black and white on our high-definition flatscreen TV that was made for movies in color. Jesus.

See? Comments like that. Fun, huh?

Anyway, go make a list. If you start now it'll be about 2:13 before you're completely bored out of your mind again.

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