idontwantanamern t1_jeh5mdp wrote

Gossip (Group of students who start a rumor as part of a college project - I love this movie and the cast has really grown since the movie 😂 Just a bit!)

Hide and Seek with DeNiro and Dakota Fanning

Don't Say A Word with Michael Douglas and Brittany Murphy

Mr. Brooks with Kevin Costner

The Watcher with Keanu Reeves, James Spader & Marisa Tomei

Identity with John Cusack, Ray Liotta, Amanda Peet and so many more

Secret Window with Johnny Depp (Stephen King)

Gone with Amanda Seyfried


idontwantanamern t1_j6fwa4g wrote

I just put this on the turntable again last week. I've heard it probably a thousand times -- and each time I'm in awe that such a perfect piece of art exists in the world. To be so lucky to hear it for the first time... I genuinely wish I could go back and remember that.

Couldn't agree more.


idontwantanamern t1_j5uqbde wrote

Totally on the same page about them taking over the world!

I was convinced that when Eric did the vocals on "Downtown" by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, that people would investigate their albums -- but that didn't seem to happen ( at least not to my knowledge)

I have NOT heard the demos, but I know what I'm doing later. I am a huge fan of Meat Loaf's music and spent the weekend watching the short film/documentary his daughters put together. Really looking forward to that - Thanks for the tip!!

And yes, Justin & Eric collaborating is really amazing. I have admittedly lost track of what they up to, but I always felt they didn't get the full recognition they deserved.

I never saw The Darkness live, but I saw Foxy Shazam open for Hole in June 2010 -- which I probably why I have the fondness for the S/T album -- and I shoved them down everyone's ears for the whole summer and remainder of the year (and still do, honestly).

Really happy to know there are other that still carry the torch!


idontwantanamern t1_j4oqzlu wrote

I saw them in 2002 with The Ataris, Rufio and Autopilot Off.

I was in my early 20s at the time & I really enjoyed them, but agree -- other than a handful of songs, they didn't really stick.

ETA: In short, I don't think the people outside of my group of friends knew who I was going to see at that show. If I had said I was going to see them two years later when they were opening for Green Day? Different story