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  1. Ele'ill
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    The russian mob tattoos are some of the best tattoos style-wise/placement imo
  2. Ele'ill
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    just to clarify, I didn't mean to come across like I understand your connection to the ocean in a full way with it being a family thing or whatever so sorry if that came across in a delegitimizing way, but the actual question is did you use the opportunity to get lots of ocean related tattoos, i imagine it makes beer taste better if you have those tattoos and are at a dive bar in some foggy port town
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    I was just being nosy
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    Do you mind if I ask you how old you are?
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  6. Sewer Socialist
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    Oh, I mean yeah, I'm pretty sure I've seen at least two of the Death Wish franchise. There's also Falling Down, which, unfortunately, some people take as a movie with Michael Douglass as the hero.

    And how could I forget about Troma? They do kind of lack substantial plot, though.
  7. Sewer Socialist
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    And I guess that message exceeded the 1000 character limit, but I think that's my favorite timespan of Hollywood - 1969 through... maybe 1994? Pulp Fiction, I think, is the turning point. Cities seem to be portrayed differently now; they're more clean, but colder, more impersonal and lonely. Lost In Translation, Drive, etc. I guess this also corresponds to Guiliani's election as well as the real decay of much of New York like the South Bronx.
  8. Sewer Socialist
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    Oh - I just noticed that I accidentally originally replied to your post on my own profile.

    I wrote "Haha, yeah. I requested a name change to "Sewer Socialist", but it's taking awhile. I came up with a pretty clever signature to tie it all together, though; "Sous les paves, la merde!" I feel like CHUD is a lot more similar to Metropolis than most people would think, but a little more abstract. Too bad they don't win, though."

    Anyway, I think what I like about urban decay movies is when they're hyperbolically silly, or there's a sort of leftism to it - Midnight Cowboy is a good example of the latter. I think the silliness is a later element of the genre, maybe it came around in the late 80s? You got They Live, Escape from New York, CHUD, New Jack City.

    Death Wish feels more unapologetically right wing, serious, and I feel no sense of irony. But I do sort of like the band Charles Bronson.
  9. Sewer Socialist
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    Does "They Live" count as urban decay? Cuz, duh. That's my #1.

    Anyway, I haven't. Downloading it now!! And CHUD II.
  10. Sewer Socialist
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    I haven't seen chud ii - bud the chud though, no spoilers plzz
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