Re: LOTM: The Perfect Experience...and Dr. Seuss?

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Posted by Siberian on August 09, 1998 at 21:43:14:

In Reply to: Re: LOTM: The Perfect Experience posted by Marcia on August 09, 1998 at 21:25:47:

: and Yes! Here's the deal, Diane...I've watched LOTM with my husband dozens of times, with much discussion on what was happening in each scene. I've watched it by myself dozens of times, straight through, without a word being spoken or my eyes ever leaving the screen. I've watched it frame by frame and in slow motion. I've watched it backing it up and playing the best parts again and again. I've watched it with friends. I've watched it with family. I'd watch it with total strangers, if I could get 'em to sit down with me. I've watched it with the surround sound cranked up so loud that my cat dives for cover during the waterfall scene, certain he's going to get wet. I've watched it late at night, with the sound almost off, so as not to awaken Mark in the small hours of the morning. I've watched it in the theater surrounded by both fellow Mohican Maniacs & total strangers. I've watched it on network tv, on cable, on video and on laser disc...I've even watched it UPSIDE DOWN & BACKWARDS! And every single one of those ways of watching it has been perfect to me. I just don't think there is a bad way to watch Last of the Mohicans...though all things considered, I think I like it better right side up and forwards! ;o)

: MMMMarcia

A question ...

Would you watch it in a box?
With a fox?
In a house?
With a mouse?
Do you like green eggs and ham
when you watch LOTM?

This just really struck me as Dr. Seuss inspired! What with Dopers and Foo-Foos and upside down boo-boos!
Could be a new trend! :)

Anon Anan

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