A coming of age story of a class of students learning poetry in an unorthodox way.
While I recommend and like this, it not great.
Something about it makes it feel somehow inelegant or simple, perhaps even predictable. Perhaps it stood out in its era, and it caught me at an impressionable moment for my first viewing, but as I watch it again it doesn't grab me much at all. I think this would be weakly-mandatory for creating a well-rounded movie-learning experience in someone young.
- 2:00 -- I recognize that tune, but I'm not willing to dig up its name.
- 2:45 -- Making this 1959
5:15 -- I know that actor on the left from House - (2004 show)
- I also know the actor on the right from That 70's Show, though I first saw him elsewhere and probably first from this movie.
- 10:00 -- Jesus christ that's a lot of birds.
- 42:30 -- Are these references from 1959 or earlier?
- 1:08:00 -- And there goes man-time.. ruined by women as usual.
- 1:12:30 -- No dude, that's wrong.
- 1:19:45 -- Yes, a liberal education used to be about liberation.
- 1:28:15 -- God, I can't handle this.
- 1:28:45 -- How close is that other school to him that he'd still be chewing on that toast? Or did he keep it all that time?
- 1:32:15 -- She'll just cheat on Chet "a little bit"..
- 1:46:15 -- How could anyone sleep through a gunshot?
1:53:00 -- What matter? Asshole dad.
I should have cited the play, and probably lots of poetry.. but I didn't care enough.
~ -- Why didn't the shy guy have to shout his lines and kick the ball with the other guys?
Sneak Peaks ∞
Automatically-played at the DVD's start. Sigh.