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Old 05-08-2009, 05:06 PM   #1
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Seven Beauties(1976) Directed by Lina Wertmuller

***I remember seeing this on Cable Television and later on PBS - a very powerful movie and not for the squeamish. Shirley Stoler plays a really evil Prison Commandant.

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Pasqualino (Giancarlo Giannini) is known as Seven Beauties, which, according to him, is because of the effect he has on women: he may not be attractive, but the ladies like him nevertheless. Pasqualino is a deserter from the Italian army during World War II, and escaping through the German countryside he meets another fugitive, also Italian. They witness Nazi soldiers executing a group of prisoners and fear that they will be next if caught; Pasqualino hates the killing, but recalls a time before the war when he took a life himself, when he lived in Naples as a small time crook, living off the hard work of his mother and seven sisters.

Lina Wertmlüler scripted this bizarre, once controversial comedy drama that was deliberately provocative in its images of concentration camps and broad humour. It garnered a string of awards, and even saw Wertmuller as the first woman nominated for an Academy Award for direction, but looking at it today, it seems not so much to employ bad taste to make its points, but self loathing and a withering view of ordinary Italians during the war, represented by Pasqualino, a man whose self respect comes from belief in the fascists, a self respect which is eroded by the acts he commits in war to stay alive.

Not wishing to fight any more, Pasqualino goes on the run, but he and his new friend are captured and sent to a concentration camp. This prison is a hell on Earth, coloured in shades of grey: grey walls, grey dust and grey uniforms. There is an apocalyptic sense to these intense scenes, a feeling that things will never get any better, that this is the end, which is what the prisoners believe. Yet Pasqualino decides he will survive, and devises a plan to seduce the female warden (Shirley Stoler), an obese, granite-faced Nazi officer who is sending his fellow inmates to their deaths on a daily basis.

Although there is much that is presented as comedy, it isn't really all that funny. Sure, the odd bits with Pasqualino making eyes at the warden raise a chuckle for their sheer inappropriate nature, but there's such a jumble of depressing images that most of it falls flat, especially when it seems the point is to disgust you. For example, when the anti-hero kills the gangster who has humiliated him and sent his sister into prostitution (and not even a particularly attractive sister, either - the title is ironic), the corpse farts incessantly as he tries to dispose of it. Wertmüller seems more comfortable to revel in the grottiness of humanity than consider anything even slightly uplifting.

Still, war is hell, so Pasqualino's degradation in the name of survival is more convincing than anything you'll find in Life is Beautiful. He is tried for the murder, and sent to a mental hospital, and there, despite (or because of) Giannini's overriding efforts to present him as a loveable rogue, we are sickened when he rapes a patient who has been tied down. Time and time again we are given reason to despise Pasqualino, and by the end he's despising his own actions. The film's most famous scene sees Pasqualino seduce the warden, kissing her fleshy body all over in a desperate attempt to arouse her, but he has lowered himself even further when she accepts his advances and he complies with the Nazis to save his skin.

Now he will have none of the respect he once craved, his sense of personal honour betrayed, but should he have died on his knees instead? The socialist he met in a railway station before heading off to the hospital pointed out the worsening conditions under fascism, but Pasqualino's self-interest blinded him to this. Fair enough, the protagonist was irretrievably wrong, as were millions of others, but there's something uneasy about the gloating way Wertmüller beats the arrogance out of her main character, and something sickly about the whole enterprise. Maybe a less caricatured approach would have had a more sobering result; instead, you're left questioning the motives of the film makers as well as the easy target of Nazism. By the end, however, they seem to agree that none of it was particularly funny after all. Music by Enzo Jannacci

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Old 05-08-2009, 06:07 PM   #2
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For comedy, one of my favorite movie is Revenge of the Nerds (1984)





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I enjoyed the scene in the computer lab- my next fav is when they have the party scene with the Omega Mu's (makes one wish for a Chapter on every campus).


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One of my favorite movies is 'Only The Lonely', which starred John Candy, Ally Sheedy and Maureen O'Hara. It's a a sweet movie with Candy in a nice romantic role which he pulls off well. Worth checking out.

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One of my favorite movies is 'Only The Lonely', which starred John Candy, Ally Sheedy and Maureen O'Hara. It's a a sweet movie with Candy in a nice romantic role which he pulls off well. Worth checking out.

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I enjoyed "Only the Lonely" - I will have to keep my eye when this is aired again. I will see if I can find some free links to see the movie online. In the meantime...
The Candy movie reminds me of the classic 1955 Movie "Marty" starring Ernest Borgnine. I was reminded of this movie from "64" where the character played by John Torturro blows the "Marty" question...





What an odd set of films Paddy Chayefsky wrote during his brief career. The Oscar-winning screenwriter of Network, which is perhaps the most cynical big-budget film ever made, also wrote this studiedly downbeat, working-class drama, which is just steps removed from the kind of treacly soap-opera mentality that Chayefsky so rebelled against later in his career. This isn't soap, of course: its emotions are honest, and it lacks the painted-on glamour of soaps. But there's an uncomfortable sense that it's constantly calling attention to its plainness; too self-conscious by half, the film both invites you in and makes you wonder if it's not all a trick.


Ernest Borgnine, in one of his few starring roles, plays Marty, a 34-year-old (not "middle-aged" by any means, although that's how he's presented) butcher of limited interests, who acknowledges several times during the film that he's fat and ugly. His nagging Italian mother Theresa (Esther Minciotti) bemoans the fact that he'll die a bachelor, and Marty's recently come to terms with the fact that she might be right. He's tried in the past to find a bride, but his appearance and awkwardness have turned them all away—"I had enough pain," he tells her. He is reminded of his personal failures daily, as even his customers nag him about his bachelor status.


Marty spends his evenings hanging out with his best friend Angie (Joe Mantrell), a man of similar lack of ambition. They have a running conversation on Saturday nights that consists of "What do you want to do?" "I don't know, what do you want to do?" One Saturday night, Angie convinces Marty to accompany him to a dance hall in an attempt to meet girls; surprisingly, Marty's successful. The ungainly wallflower runs into a kindred spirit, Clara (Betsy Blair), whose blind date recoils at her plainness and abandons her. Marty bravely approaches her, and there's a nice scene where she senses that he's a good lug and cries on his shoulder before they've been properly introduced. She's an aging spinster (all of 29 years old!), and she, too, had pretty much come to accept that loneliness was her lot in life. She and Marty spend the evening walking and talking—well, he jabbers and she listens bemusedly—and they realize that they have a lot in common, most of it involving their loneliness.


The halting romance with Clara gives Marty respite from the swirl of family problems that surround him. In addition to his mother's nagging, his cousin Tommy (Jerry Paris) is having family difficulties that end up involving Marty. His wife Virginia (Karen Steele) and his mother Aunt Catherine (Augusta Ciolli) fight constantly, and Virginia has convinced Tommy to ask Theresa to take Catherine in. Catherine gets ahold of Marty's mother and warns her against encouraging Marty to marry, since it will inevitably lead to discord. Marty is surprised when nobody seems all that happy for him, but everybody's reactions are selfish.


The film spends a lot of its brief running time (at 91 minutes, it's the shortest Best Picture winner in Oscar history) on the conventions of working-class Italian-American life. There's a constant reminder of the role of Catholicism, including when Marty hesitantly asks Clara if she's Catholic, knowing that the relationship would be off before it began if she said no. There's also Marty's preoccupation with his boss's offer to sell the butcher shop to him; he solicits advice from everyone around him, because becoming a small business owner is a really big deal to someone of his background.


One of the highlights of the film is the surprisingly brief ending. Instead of being a drawn-out examination of Marty's budding romance, it simply gets Marty to the point where he's willing to live for himself instead of for his mother and his friends; we just see him dial the phone to ask Clara on a second date, and we know things will be all right. Another highlight is the film's excoriating references to the pulp novelist Mickey Spillane, one of the most horrible popular writers of all time; a character who calls Spillane "a great writer" gets Spillane's misogynistic and cookie-cutter novels mixed up in his head. It's one of the few moments of humor in this dour film.


The film won a slew of Oscars—Best Picture, Borgnine for Actor, Delbert Mann for Director, and Chayefsky for Screenplay—which seems to echo the studied plainness of the film. Not that it's a bad movie by any means, but the Academy showering it with awards seems a lot like voters saying, "See? We don't require glamour in Hollywood!" This bears more than a passing resemblance to the film's repeated emphasis on the average, the plain, and the ugly. I shouldn't second-guess their decision too much, as the film is a welcome respite from the big-budget monstrosities that defined the mid-1950s.



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Don't forget cult classic 'The Dark Backward'. A great movie with or without the SSBBWs (although it certainly doesn't hurt it.)

Garbage man Marty tries his hand at standup comedy, failing miserably until a third arm mysteriously grows from his back. Gus, his accordion player friend, figures out a way to use the new arm and gets them signed with a sleazy talent agent. Just when success seems near, Marty's girlfriend leaves him - can the arm be far behind?

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My absolute all-time favorite BBW film had to be the 1985 German film "Zuckerbaby". Four years later there was a made-for-TV remake of the movie starring Ricki Lake titled "Babycakes" which was okay but because the ending was nowhere near as dark as the original, I didn't enjoy it nowhere near as much.

Still, Ricki Lake back in her "fat days" was definitely eye candy for me.

My only problem with both movies was that it reinforce the stereotype that fat women are all lonely and desperate for love, much more so than thin women are. Nevertheless, as an FA I have to say I enjoyed these movies.

Does that make me anti-fat acceptance?
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Many of Federico Fellini's movies, with their unabashed, sensual and sexy BBWs: I mention just two of them: Amarcord , with the BBW tobacconist who is the obsession of lots of young men and 8 1/2 with the sensuous BBW Saraghina. And they are also very, very beautiful movies
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You have the Great One - Jackie Gleason & William "Haystacks" Calhoun (uncredited) playing Anthony "Mountain Rivera" Quinn's opponent at the film.



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William Dee Calhoun was a professional wrestler, who used the professional name "Haystack" or "Haystacks" Calhoun. At six foot four and over six hundred pounds, he sported a black bushy beard, wore bib overalls and had a horseshoe hanging from his neck to personify a farm boy image. He was raised on a farm in Arkansas. One of the most popular wrestlers in the 1960s, he died of diabetes at the age of 55
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Great find with Pat Hingle. I enjoyed his work in many of the Clint Eastwood movies.

I guess I'll have to go nostalgic on ya, I'll see your Pat Hingle and raise you one Lyle Talbot (1902-1996)




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Ricki Lake was cute, but Nikki Blonsky.... FREAKING HOTTIE! (she's one of my top five celebrity crushes )
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Ricki Lake was cute, but Nikki Blonsky.... FREAKING HOTTIE! (she's one of my top five celebrity crushes )
I soo agree. Though i think Queen latiffah is very sexy as 'motormouth mabel' and while we are at it she is TOTALLY sexy in Chicago too!! Actually Queen latiffah is my top 1 of celebs i fancy!!
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I saw that movie about 6 yrs ago on cable TV. That was one weird movie with quite a few well known actors in it too.

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I saw that movie about 6 yrs ago on cable TV. That was one weird movie with quite a few well known actors in it too.
I tried to buy it on Amazon.. but they only had region 1. I have a div-x played as well but it isn't multi regional..gah.. Will need to get me one of them now..cause i REALLY want to see that film!
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Knocked Up was a retarded movie....but the scene with Seth Rogen naked in bed made it all worthwhile for me.
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Kevin James' movie 'Paul Blart - Mall Cop' is now out on DVD. It's a silly, slapstick film that's an obvious homage to 'Die Hard', but played for laughs. I enjoyed it for it's silliness and I think the FFA's out there will enjoy it too.

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Kathy Bates in the hot tub in her birthday suit.



and how can you forget




One of her get lines

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Knocked Up was a retarded movie....but the scene with Seth Rogen naked in bed made it all worthwhile for me.
Zack and Miri Make a Porno was much better... I don't remember him getting naked in it, but it does have my absolute favorite sex scene. And he is awfully cute in his milkman uniform.

Paul Blart looks like a waste of time, but I watched the extended trailer several times because Kevin James looks so hot in his mall cop uniform.
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