The Kid at The Little Shop of Horrors

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If you still do not heed to my advice the last time, may I humbly suggest you to reconsider, there are many hidden gems there, you just need to dig it there. The good ones are mostly, common sense will tell you, either the most downloaded ones or those with the highest ratings. Don’t miss out your chance to be a seen-it-all movie intelligentsia! Start from the classics.

I actually want to highlight this two movie that have just recently added to my favourite movie list. A MUST watch! Click the link below to view/download:

The Little Shop of Horrors

The Little Shop of Horrors: Full with quirky, funny and very, very lovable characters: A James Dean lookalike macho guy who eat flowers, a mom who prepare food that cure ailments ONLY (cod liver oil for soup, cough syrup for appetizer) and of course; a plant that has a big appetite for human’s flesh and blood. Refreshing old humor to entertain you, in a way that movies now don’t have anymore.

The Kid

The Kid: A very heart-warming tale with a very, very cute and smart kid (who doesn’t like smart kids?). Charlie Chaplin’s first full-length film, it has all that makes you love a movie; humor, the warmth of human relationship and more humor. Oh yeah, and it’s a silent movie.

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Written by yuenkokleong

October 17, 2007 at 5:42 am

Posted in Wow!

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  1. Feed me.

    PandaHeadCurry

    October 17, 2007 at 10:21 pm

  2. Haha..
    “FFeeeedd Meee..!!” says the multitalented plant.
    The only thing that the plant knows how to say.
    Very humanly, to think about it with its greed and hunger that will never be satiated.

    yuenkokleong

    October 18, 2007 at 3:58 am

  3. ooo, old moviesss. charlie chaplin. brings me back to my childhood when dad would bring back tapes of charlie chaplin’s stuff.

    sherry

    October 19, 2007 at 8:53 am

  4. […] More more more discovered here (the site is NSFW). Internet achieve is also worth checking out, as recommended by my older posting here and here. […]


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