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Friday 27 April 2012, 13:53

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These days film clubs are springing up all over the country. I'm planning to start a Kermode Uncut virtual film club. What do you think of the idea?

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    Comment number 1.

    I think this is a good idea. I will try and watch the Richard Gere a Bour de souffle. I do think its a different film to Jean Luc Goddard's film. I think the focus of Jim Mc Bride is the anti authority asppect of richard gere's character, where as jlg's film is about american commericialism

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    Comment number 2.

    Sounds good to me.

    Also maybe stick a link to this place under the vid on youtube?

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    Comment number 3.

    I'd sign up! Would be awesome if you'd do a viewing at Prince Charles Theatre in conjuction too!

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    Comment number 4.

    Great Idea:)

    On Intro's I'd love to see them back,They just give more weight to the occasion in my opinion.

    Second choice: Alien3.
    This film gets alot of nods on this sight and is another film that truly devides opinion.Me personally I love it,easily the second best Alien film after the First (perfect) film ;) (see How i've got the ball rolling).

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    Comment number 5.

    Sounds like a great idea. Having a quick intro to a film about why you personally love this film and what you see and get from it would be fresh enough in viewers minds while they watched and hopefully give them new insight or the same eureka moment you had.

    I would be good to use it to showcase forgotten gems and films we think have been long misunderstood, or overshadowed by releases that came out at the same time with a similar theme.

    I vote for Ralph Bakshi's Wizards!

    Could do and intro for The Big Lebowski and try to talk the good Dr around to it!


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