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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Jay S., Mar 13, 2010.
On right now on VH1. Awesome soundtrack.
Yea great movie, probably one of my favorites, love the soundtrack too, speaking of which it's currently in my truck's CD player at the moment.
Yeah, great music. Alison Krauss is the best.
The whiskey streams, and the cigarette trees...
"They loved him up!"
I am a man of constant sorrow. I love all of the versions on the soundtrack.
CAn't watch anything with that ****** clooney in it. I hope he gets alzheimers disease.
I know I should be more forgiving, but after what my dad went through with alzheimers I am not as able as I should be to forgive.
"Is you is, or is you ain't, my constituency?"
Yes, Clooney's an all around waste of a person, but it's a good movie that happens to have him in it. It's kind of like how the Matrix was good enough that it didn't matter Keanu Reeves was in it--you could replace Clooney with a random placeholder, and it would be a good movie nonetheless.
I like the movie and music. I've started several times to watch it again but don't because clooney is in it.
...and turned him into a horny toad."
Well, I guess I'll be the lone dissenter to say that this movie was the biggest pile of **** I've seen in a long time. Can't believe I sat through the whole thing. Won't happen again, though!
Perhaps I know too much about domestic history. The movie sucks.
I don't say that because Clooney is in it, but rather because it simply sucks.
And stay out of the woolsworth.
Holly Hunter said she wanted a bonafided man.
The only country song I ever liked is in that movie. And even with the disadvantage of having George Clooney in it, it's not as bad as most movies these days.
"He's in the jailhouse now"?
Thats a classic, "I'm gonna R-U-N-N-O-F-T!".
Lotta great one liners for sure! Clooney? Just another Hollyweird POS what else would you expect from that ilk? He did do a fine job playing that part though to give the devil his due...