Young Einstein (1989) Starring Yahoo Serious. Closely followed by Crocodile Dundee (1986) with Hoges.
There’s only one answer to that question. Baraka!
(And i would KILL for the DVD of this if anyone knows where to buy it)
aliens 2. the bill paxton (chet from wierd science) one.
and videodrome. i’ve only seen this once and it’s still freaking me out
Rambo First Blood
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I want to buy this online. Bol.com (a UK site) describes it as “Region 0 (not encoded).” Is this the same as the “All” configuration marked on the back of some DVDs? (i.e. will it play on machines made for the Taiwan market?)
Yeah Sandman, region ‘0’ discs are the same as region ‘all’ marked discs.
Mars Attacks! (1996)
Porky’s (1981) I was only 6 though, but still thought it was pretty funny.
You were getting high when you were six? Dude!
Yeah, we don’t muck around down under mate. What’s more, the old man encouaged it.
Faces of Death, the uncut version.
Okay, okay. Just evil kids. Don’t light your torches. I only corrupt the willing.
You, though, you’ll do just fine. Come here!
Originally posted by *monkey*: The Wall (And i would KILL for the DVD of this if anyone knows where to buy it)
Probably the best places to look in Taipei would be Tower and Fnac.
A U.S.-based website called Deep Discount DVD has a region-1 copy for US$19.19. International shipping (“DHL Destination Post Office”) runs US$5.95 for orders up to US$25.
Baraka (but region 1) is US$14.39 from that site.
Quite a number of years back Czechoslovakia had made a number of very fine fairy tale movies - which were probably never seen west of Germany…
Just bought a play all region dvd player and a the wall dvd. I can’t get small in Taiwan, but I was feeling comfortably numb.
“…And the worms ate into his brain…”
See also: A Clockwork Orange, Slaughterhouse Five, One Flew Over the Coocoo’s Nest
Being John Malkovich
Silence of the Lambs
Waiting for Guffman, The Princess Bride (or anything by/with Chris Guest)
Southpark the movie
Austin Powers (both)
Toy Story 2
The Shining (post small)
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane
The Fisher King
Natural Born Killers
Anything by Hitchcock
Any 007 film (especially w/ Connery or Moore)
Anything with Elvis–the king.
The Deer Hunter
some wonderful movies have appeared here, but you’re all missing the best movie from the father of getting ‘small’:
its merits and the wisdom it carries pay off in spades ‘small’ or not.
The Blair Witch Project, which, after watching a regrettable second time, blew.