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the machinist

  

Item:

The Machinist, on DVD.

 

Why It’s Here: 

God damn it all, why is it here?  And by “here” I mean “sitting on one of the dryers”?  That’s not the table!  That’s not even close to the table!  You couldn’t put it farther from the table unless you walked to http://joshmillard.com/get-viagra the far corner of cialis professional the room and auraltimes.com set it next to the bike that’s always sitting under the “don’t park your bike here” notice.

It is pretty weird that someone would leave a DVD, without a case, down here.  Maybe it was left here accidentally.  Maybe it wasn’t meant for the swapmeet at all.

 

Probable Recipient:

The permanent press cycle, if they aren’t careful.

 

The movie:

I haven’t seen it.  Anybody know what it’s about?  Is that Jennifer Jason Leigh brooding on the http://orphanroad.com/best-price-for-viagra cover?  I could check it out on IMDB, but I suffer from a specific sort of laziness that prevents me from doing things when I could instead complain about doing things.

8 Comments »

  1. fallenposters Said,

    August 3, 2006 @ 11:07 am

    Perhaps it was left in someone’s pocket, removed for washing, and then forgotten?

  2. Josh Millard Said,

    August 3, 2006 @ 11:15 am

    Man, that’s an optical disc maintenance-and-care nightmare, fallenposters. Why not carry it around in their shoe?

  3. metasonix Said,

    August 3, 2006 @ 11:16 am

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0361862/

    “Trevor Reznik is a lathe-operator who suffers from insomnia and hasn’t slept in a year. Slowly, he begins to doubt his sanity as increasingly bizarre things start happening at work and at home. Haunted by a deformed co-worker who no one seems to think exists, and an ongoing stream of indecipherable Post-It notes he keeps finding on his fridge, he attempts to investigate what appears to be a mysterious plot against him and, in the process, embroils two women in his madness.”

    hmm, sounds interesting. Why haven’t I heard of it?

  4. Josh Millard Said,

    August 3, 2006 @ 11:25 am

    Wow. Yeah, I think I would enjoy that.

  5. fallenposters Said,

    August 3, 2006 @ 11:42 am

    Because it could break in the shoe, duh!

    Anyway, I heard Bale lost a ton of weight (one meal a day type-dieting) to do that role and then gained it all back to play Batman.

  6. Josh Millard Said,

    August 3, 2006 @ 12:00 pm

    Oh! That was that Christian Bale movie! I think I had resolved to viagra jelly see it and then totally forgot about it.

    This site is already paying off.

  7. Sam Said,

    August 3, 2006 @ 8:32 pm

    The Machinist is an exceptional, and very dark movie. Christian Bale is an amazing actor. Putting on weight is viagra generic canada one thing (Vincent D’Onofrio in Full Metal Jacket or Di Nero in Ragin Bull), but taking it off, to the extent Bale did in The Machinist is utterly frightening — especially considering his appearance in American Psycho.

    Be careful not to read anything about this movie, as far as spoilers and surprises go. It’s a great flick — disturbing but also touching.

  8. elizard Said,

    August 7, 2006 @ 5:49 pm

    Seconding the greatness of The Machinist. It’s dark, weird, unpredictable, and will play with your head as though it were silly putty. I saw it at the local film festival, after which it had a limited theatre run–I don’t think it was widely released in the States, either.

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