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(Blank is Blank) Video Jim Morrison interview from 1969 reveals Doors frontman poetically rhapsodizing about mashed potatoes and beauty of getting fat in college. "I felt so great. I felt like a tank, you know. I felt like a large mammal. A big beast"   (blankonblank.org) divider line 4
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2013-04-04 05:29:12 PM
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Jim Morrison- The once-living example of what would happen if the dumbest stoner from your high school became a cultural icon.
2013-04-04 05:53:10 PM
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InmanRoshi: The longevity of the Doors is a testament to the fact that every year there's a new class of college freshmen.


//Getting rich selling intoxication and counter-culture to 18 year olds = shooting fish in a barrel.


It is for that reason I have often referred to the Doors as the Atlas Shrugged of rock...something young, impressionable people latch onto for a while but eventually discard once maturity sets in. Usually...
2013-04-04 05:34:29 PM
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Was that a quote from Jim Morrison or Val Kilmer?
2013-04-04 05:08:30 PM
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Rapmaster2000: I think Oliver Stone's the Doors didn't do him any favors. It was so self-important.


That's every Oliver Stone film: Wretchingly self-indulgent to the point of nausea.

Oliver Stone's movies are dull, plodding, turgid, overwrought pretentious art-house pieces consistently ruined by terrible acting, pompous melodrama and unnecessary voice over narration.

Even after 30 years in the business, he still seems to keep making movies as if he's a first year film studies major, with no sense of timing, direction, pacing, subtlety or focus to any of his films.

He might have lucked out with a gem here and there, but by and large the vast majority of his films are utterly unwatchable. They don't even feel like movies, they feel like 2 hour visual monologues where the main character is explaining to you, quite condescendingly, what the movie is about.
 
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