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...that I'm not interested in watching.

"Brokeback Mountain"

Movie Cast
Heath Ledger - Ennis Del Mar
Jake Gyllenhaal - Jack Twist
Randy Quaid - Joe Aguirre
Scott Michael Campbell
Michelle Williams - Alma
Anne Hathaway - Lureen

Movie Crew
Ang Lee - Director
James Schamus - Producer
Diana Ossana - Screenwriter
E. Annie Proulx - Screenwriter, Story Author
Larry McMurtry - Screenwrite

Set in Texas and Wyoming, this is the romantic tale of two male cowboys from very different backgrounds who meet and fall in love while working together as sheep ranch hands near Wyoming's Brokeback Mountain the summer of 1961. Their lives take different courses, however, with Jack Twist (Gyllenhaal) becoming a rodeo cowboy while Ennis Del Mar (Ledger) remains a ranch hand, and the film follows their lives as they see each other again over the next 20 years. Their relationship is rocky, however, as they must deal with the challenges posed as the intolerance of pre-(and post)-Stonewall rural America rears its ugly, violent head against the two lovers. (Williams plays Ledger's wife; Hathaway plays Gyllenhaal's wife; Quaid plays a ranch foreman.) :sick:
 

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DADDY WARBUCKS
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This creates an image of chaps without pants.

Think I will pass on this one.
 

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EGAD!
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Good greif, Will and Grace goes western..........yuk.
 

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Sorry.........I'm not into *** movies..........or *** anything.

And please don't give me any crap about tolerance..........you would be wasting your time.:pissed:
 

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DorGunR said:
Sorry.........I'm not into *** movies..........or *** anything.

And please don't give me any crap about tolerance..........you would be wasting your time.:pissed:
I agree. Then you read crap like this: "Their relationship is rocky, however, as they must deal with the challenges posed as the intolerance of pre-(and post)-Stonewall rural America rears its ugly, violent head against the two lovers."

Let em keep their *** crap in San Fagcisco!
 

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I'm not homophobic, I'm just scared of queers.
 

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DorGunR said:
Sorry.........I'm not into *** movies..........or *** anything.

And please don't give me any crap about tolerance..........you would be wasting your time.:pissed:
Ditto!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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I agree. Then you read crap like this: "Their relationship is rocky, however, as they must deal with the challenges posed as the intolerance of pre-(and post)-Stonewall rural America rears its ugly, violent head against the two lovers."

Let em keep their *** crap in San Fagcisco!
Stonewall was in NY. This is the same as any other movie. If you don't want to watch it, don't.
 

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Strange Destiny said:
Stonewall was in NY. This is the same as any other movie. If you don't want to watch it, don't.
OK, keep it in New York then. :D
 

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Maybe I am confused about Stonewall. There is a chapter of Stonewall in Cincinnati.
 

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You can keep the sap suckers, thank you very much. Speaking of gay movies how about Alexander? I cannot remember the last time I actually stood up and walked out on a movie, but I made the exception for that one. P.U., it stunk bad
 

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Actually, it sounds like an interesting movie to me. Whether the actions of the characters is condoned or not, this angle on that part of history has not been explored. Whereas most other angles have been explored ad nauseam, you know? How many times can the we watch the old good guys outsmart the bad guys?

Wait...don't answer that. :D
 

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Actually, it sounds like an interesting movie to me. Whether the actions of the characters is condoned or not, this angle on that part of history has not been explored. Whereas most other angles have been explored ad nauseam, you know? How many times can the we watch the old good guys outsmart the bad guys?

Wait...don't answer that. :D
WWJWD?
 
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