Discuss films and filmmakers of the 20th century (and even a little of the 19th century). Threads may contain spoilers.
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Are the films he directed really that bad? Is there nothing redeemable about them?
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I've only seen Tough Guys Don't Dance and can remember hardly anything about it except that it was indeed tooth-achingly bad to the point of camp. i.e. probably worth tracking down.
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How about Sontag's films?
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It's tangential, but I would really like to see a remake of The Naked and the Dead.
The story is too close to The Thin Red Line for that to happen anytime soon, I would venture to say.
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the Super Happy Fun site have just reported that they now have two Mailer films available, Maidstone and Beyond the Law.