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october through december, 1996

 


 

 

DUCK ROBECK ( ) wrote:
FULL METAL JACKET IS THE BEST MOVIE I HAVE EVER SEEN. I HAVE WATCHED IT HUNDREDS OF TIMES SINCE I HAVE BEEN BACK FROM BOOT CAMP AND I LAUGH EVERY TIME! -- 10/01/96

Jason Calabretta (RM237@juno.com ) wrote:
Enter one and all Room 237 "Pick that up and put it down, properly" -- 10/02/96

Jason Calabretta (RM237@juno.com ) wrote:
Enter one and all Room 237 "Pick that up and put it down, properly" Greeting from The Overlook Hotel. -- 10/02/96

wave ( wave@lix.intercom.es) wrote:
Creo que La naranja mecanica es un film insuperable. I believe that a clockwork orange is an insuperable film. -- 10/02/96

ERIC JOHNSON ERIC JOHNSON ( ) wrote:
THIS HOME PAGE REALLY SUCKS -- 10/03/96

Wayne Sakal ( Sakal@Worldnet.att.net) wrote:
I have always been interested in Kubric films. Just saw the listing of this page in Net Mag. -- 10/03/96

martin (vitalia@sitrantor.es ) wrote:
Stanley, las pajitas no son las mismas pensando en tí... Quiero y adoro a Stanley... Stanley forever. Eres el orgasmo del plano fijo... -- 10/04/96

Douglas K. Cooper (levachek@iastate.edu ) wrote:
Longtime Kubrick fan...Paths Of Glory...2001: A Space Odyssyy are favorites... I saw 2001 at the Tokyo Cinerama theater in 1968 and a young Japanese fellow kept elbowing me asking (in Japanese) what it all meant...I couldn't speak that much Japanese... Doug -- 10/04/96

cherri (dav@icanect.net) wrote:
'doin a paper on film, chose Dr. Strangelove. Inadvertently, viewed it first time without audio. Intrigued with visual manipulation. second time around got the audio, laughed till my ribs hurt. Don't remember finding so much humor the first time, back in the 70s. Maybe age has provided the wisdom of irreverent humor. I love this movie. Tryin to find more on-line bios and research. Haven't much time for footwork. Thanks for providing what is here. -- 10/04/96

Harry Lime (Krasotkin@aol.com) wrote:
This site is by far one of, if not the best site, on any film maker, person, place or subject on the entire web. The link the Kubrick research library is one of the best links there is just like the "cut" in 2001 where the bone turns into the spaceship - Marvelous! -- 10/05/96

Henrique Maia (reginamaia@mail.telepac.pt ) wrote:
Gostei -- 10/07/96

Myron Bruce ( N/A) wrote:
I have very little to say, except this: WOW! You have done a wonderful job portraying this master of these times. My first Kubrick film was Full Metal Jacket, followed by Dr. Strangelove and A Clockwork Orange (also and excellent book by Burgess) and 2001: A Space Odessey. I am very grateful that someone who has realized his mastermind has decided to give him credit on such a wonderful media. My most sincere thanks. -- 10/08/96

JAMES A. CASTELLI JR. (jcastelli@umiami.ir.miami.edu ) wrote:
I TYPE THIS IN CAPITALS BECAUSE I HAVE A QUESTION THAT NEEDS TO BE ANSWERED! Kubrick's first film: "Fear And Desire"(1953) was never bought by anyone and therefore is not available to the public. HOW CAN I GET A COPY? I have all his other films and would like the complete collection. Apparently he disowned it because it is "inferior" which is probably true, but the premise sounds much more interesting than "Killer's Kiss" which IS released, problems and all (a film major pointed out many errors, including overdubs and "crossing the 180") but I think that watching these would only make us appreciate how far he has come since then, much like hearing early piano works by Beethoven while knowing the "glorious" ninth symphony was yet to come. I'm sure Kubrick will have no trouble selling the film now, and that it won't scratch his reputation if it is released without fanfare to his devoted fans. I hope this spiked some interest among the "all praise Kubrick" messages which tell me nothing. SOMEONE PLEASE ANSWER THIS! -- 10/08/96

Michael Mielniczuk ( NCDL50B@prodigy.com) wrote:
I haven't seen many Kubrik films but from what I've seen, his films are awsome. My favorite is A Clockwork Orange. Gotta love the ultra-violence. -- 10/08/96

ERIK E. MURILLO ( MURILLO@CLDS.NET) wrote:
AN OUTSTANDING SOURCE OF INFO FOR ANY FAN OF KUBRIC'S WORK. THE INFORMATION ON 2001 AS WELL AS THE INFO ON 2010 AND SOLARIS IS ALSO A WELCOME ADDITION TO COMPARING AND FURTHER ENJOYING KUBRIC'S SF MASTERPIECE. -- 10/08/96

Greg ( Bonz3@ix.netcom.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is the best director ever!!! I cant wait till his nest picture. :) -- 10/09/96

Flouridation ( bodilyfluids.com) wrote:
Here's a little teaser for all you fans out there scampering for info on Kubrick's latest. I sent the latest entry to the following web address a couple of days ago. ENJOY! http://www.islandnet.com/~corona/films/details/eyeswideshut.html -- 10/09/96

Ian, ( NA) wrote:
Great Job! I was happy to find this sight. Just like the movies, The images are awsome -- 10/09/96

Chris Shumway ( shumway@cafe.berkeley.edu) wrote:
incredibly well done. compared to this, my page (http://cafe.berkeley.edu/~shumway) is pathetic. To even plug it here is an insult to your cinematic fervor! -- 10/10/96

mario lovergine ( lovergin@dada.it) wrote:
sono felice di essere vostro ospite in onore a stanley kubricck abbiamo dedicato il nome di una rivista di cinema www.cinema.it/halcinema spero di farvi cosa gradita. visitateci lovergine -- 10/10/96

mario lovergine italia firenze ( lovergin@dada.it) wrote:
sono felice di essere vostro ospite in onore a stanley kubricck abbiamo dedicato il nome di una rivista di cinema www.cinema.it/halcinema spero di farvi cosa gradita. visitateci lovergine -- 10/10/96

Tedd Fabryk ( jafabryk@radiks.net) wrote:
Utterly fantastic!!!!! Is it possible to use some of those images as wallpapers? These would surely be excellent. I am a big fan and will remain this way for years to come. Thanks for so many great films! -- 10/10/96

Sohail F. Fazluddin ( Sohail@Webmagic.net) wrote:
Ah, but to dream, to sit and stare into the metalic blue sky and celebrate the reality... To open my eyes at last! -S.Fazluddin- -- 10/11/96

Mike Fightmaster ( mfight@ionet.net) wrote:
Nice Page . When will we be able to watch your movies on the internet? -- 10/11/96

Justin Hagan Justin Hagan ( kth4@Lehigh.edu) wrote:
2001 is a great movie. Some people look at it and say it's weird,stupid,boring etc. What really makes you appriciate it, is the fact that it was made ia 1968. To me that is amazing. Just look at the sets, models, props anything used in the movie and you'll see why it is a turning point in motion pictures. -- 10/12/96

J. Ceseña ( undergrd@ix.netcom.com) wrote:
This page is one of the most extraordinary pages on the web. It'd be even greater if you could somehow include some photos from his photographer days. -- 10/12/96

Francis J miller (cla9638@sru.edu ) wrote:
What can I say about Mr. Kubrick? Unquestionably the greatest director of our time, thats what! I have been obsessed with wis work since I first saw 2001 at 11 years old. I'm now 20. Ive estimated that Ive watched 2001 about 250 times all on the same video cassette, too. His films bring a unique blend of awe, beauty, and terror that can never be equaled. The films grab your attention without you even noticing, and before long youre on the edge of your seat. It seems each and every shot is shot as if they were individual photographs. Now that Ive heard that there are 2 more films on the way, i am ecstatic! I've never had the thrill of seeing a Kubrick movie on the big screen, and I can hardly wait. I know I wont be dissapointed. -- 10/12/96

Everett Burrell ( eburrell@aol.com) wrote:
Your page has been a inspiration to the web. You have both class and taste. I salute you from the depths of my Kubrick loveing heart. Everett Burrell, 3D supervisor HERCULES/XENA Huntington Beach CA -- 10/14/96

Toni Hebbert ( ) wrote:
Kubrick is a fruitcake! Gotta love him!!! -- 10/14/96

Robert Red-Baer ( robert@lib.bekkoame.or.jp) wrote:
My student Rie Yoshida is doing her Women's Junior College graduation thesis and this site seems like a perfect place. Thank you. I will now try and send you a question on e-mail. Robert -- 10/15/96

Robert Red-Baer ( robert@lib.bekkoame.or.jp) wrote:
My student Rie Yoshida is doing her Women's Junior College graduation thesis and this site seems like a perfect place. Thank you. I will now try and send you a question on e-mail. Robert Red-Baer Associate Professor Edogawa Women's Junior College Japan I can't find your e-mail address, so if you don't mind I will try and ask you her question here. In Rie's thesis she wants to find material on Kubrick's use of the color, "white." Do you know where some information about this can be found? I hope to hear from you soon. Her deadline is Dec. 12th. Thank you for your site, your time and your trouble. Robert -- 10/15/96

Andy Gould -- 10/15/96 ( ) wrote:
I just saw A CLOCKWORK ORANGE for the first time about a month ago. I have to say that I thought the movie was very well done, and really held true to the book. I think Kubrick is an excellent director. -- 10/15/96

Zara Ibarlucea ( mlayseca@flashnet.com) wrote:
You are a GOD of Kubrikology, definetly outstanding information. And as for Kubrik, he is one of the best eerie, sarcastic, enfatuationg, intelligent, spoooky, impressive, outstanding, mind-boggling, complex, genius-behind-the-camera type of guy! Ofcourse these are only a few words that describe a Universe of a Man...he is inexplicible, mingling with the mere essence of true human nature. -- 10/15/96

Rigel Ibarlucea ( mlayseca@flashnet.com) wrote:
Oye...que bien esta tu hompage eh? Nadamas queria informarles que tambien en Mexico Kubrik es un Dios de la Ironia...mas Kubrik mas! Hey...your homepage is great eh? I just wanted to inform you that in Mexico, Kubrik is also considered de God of Irony...more Kubrik more! -- 10/15/96

Charlie Bennett (gt1237a@prism.gatech.edu ) wrote:
Hey, nice page. That picture from The Shining with the guy and the dog suit? The one you want to know what's it about? Well the mean answer is read the book, but I'll give you some hints. There is a character in the book referred to as AC/DC, and his friend in the dog suit, who is only DC. I.E. The guy on the bed is this bisexual from the 40's or 50's with his homosexual sidekick. The shot is a reference to the book by Stephen King with none of the backstory explained. Cheers. -- 10/15/96

Morten ( ) wrote:
Han er for meget show!! -- 10/16/96

Morten ( ) wrote:
TEST -- 10/16/96

Emmanuel MANZINI (manzini@ulysse.cea.fr ) wrote:
Merci pour tes pages. Elles sont aussi belles qu'interessantes. -- 10/17/96

Ben Wilson ( bwilson@spider.lloyd.com) wrote:
Never before has one man changed my outlook on life, death, evolution, and war as much as Stanley Kubrick. -- 10/17/96

Mitchell A. Smith ( masman@flash.net) wrote:
2001 had a profound affect on me. -- 10/19/96

Jason Hubbard ( jhubbard@spider.lloyd.com) wrote:
If there was one movie on the planet, I would want it to be 2001: A Space Odyssey. -- 10/19/96

tony moore (jester915@aol.com) wrote:
damn fine website!!!!chock full o' goodies!! it's sites like this one thatmake me truly appreciative of the internet. nice job, guys... -- 10/19/96

Restaino Joseph (lynchubrick@ism.com) wrote:
Aloha. -- 10/19/96

Restaino Joseph (lynchubrick@ism.com) wrote:
Aloha. -- 10/19/96

Martina&Omar ( quasar@mail.xplore.it) wrote:
vote: ********* -- 10/20/96

Stanley Kubrick ( Probably best that I dont tell you) wrote:
Thank you all. I appreciate your comments from near and afar. I will visit this site regularly and try to answer a few questions if possible. Please leave your Email address and I can try to get back to you if possible -- 10/21/96

Stanley Kubrick ( ) wrote:
I nearly forgot - Thank you Patrick making this great website. -- 10/21/96

george2 ( ) wrote:
Drove through a blinding snowstorm in Nova Scotia during the first week of release of " The Shining " and arrived, Thoroughly pumped up with adrenaline and anticipation, to a nearly deserted theater.This pretty much sums up my attempts to discuss why I love Kubrick to the average filmgoer. Good for you!!!!!!! -- 10/21/96

george2 ( georgea@westworld.com) wrote:
Drove through a blinding snowstorm in Nova Scotia during the first week of release of " The Shining " and arrived, Thoroughly pumped up with adrenaline and anticipation, to a nearly deserted theater.This pretty much sums up my attempts to discuss why I love Kubrick to the average filmgoer. Good for you!!!!!!! -- 10/21/96

Anil Paranjpe (vpsharma@giasdl01.vsnl.net.in ) wrote:
I could not access Sound & Video clips as I was timed out. -- 10/22/96

Teo Ee Ming ( lagpk@pacific.net.sg) wrote:
Kubrick is the most magnificiant film maker I've seen so far. A Clockwork Orange cured me of my ignorance towards movies. S.K. should make a movie to resume his throne as KING OF FILMS!!! -- 10/22/96

Michael Blocher ( ) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is an extremely literate cinematic genius who smokes much ganja. -- 10/22/96

Michael Blocher ( ) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is an extremely literate cinematic genius who smokes much ganja. -- 10/22/96

Michael Blocher ( ) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is an extremely literate cinematic genius who smokes much ganja. -- 10/22/96

Michael Blocher ( ) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is an extremely literate cinematic genius who smokes much ganja. -- 10/22/96

Jeremy Boughton ( jdb183@psu.edu) wrote:
ever since I first saw A Clockwork Orange it has been my favorite movie of all time, Kubrick is a master -- 10/22/96

eric hyman (astroman@mail.utexas.edu ) wrote:
quite informative page - thanks a whole bunch -- 10/23/96

vincent garofalo ( vgarofalo@netmail.hscbklyn.edu) wrote:
two questions concerning the shining..what is the significance of the scene from summer of 42 that is playing on the tv before danny goes upstairs to talk to jack, and why is the picture above jack's bed not there when danny is on the bed, but is plainly visible in every other scene with jack and wendy??????? -- 10/23/96

Usli ( frosky@ix.netcom.com) wrote:
This is a great web site! I'm curious to learn of Kubricks whereabouts. Does he live in England now? Who represents him? How can he be reached. You know, all that good stuf. Usli -- 10/23/96

Fred Dilger ( freddilger@vegasquiknet.com) wrote:
This is the most enjoyable entertainment website I've come across. Keep up the good work. -- 10/23/96

chuck johnson (cmatbar@gatecom.com ) wrote:
Thank You for all your good works. -- 10/24/96

janne widmark (non ) wrote:
Meet you at the cinema -- 10/24/96

detlef lengkeek detlef lengkeek ( dlengkeek@stud.frw.ruu.nl dlengkeek@stud.frw.ruu.nl) wrote:
Pak die Amsterdammers op 24 november -- 10/24/96

Robert St. Mary (stmary@emich.edu) wrote:
This past April a saw a fully restored 35mm print of 2001 and it blew my mind! I have always been a fan of Kubrick's films from Clockwork Orange to Dr. Strangelove and Full Metal Jacket! I wish that he will contince to make great films like those he has made in the past! To me Kubrick is one of the most important directors/screenwriters in the history of film. Any update on him can be sent to stmary@emich.edu! Thank you!!! -- 10/24/96

Geoffrey Heriot (gheriot@ibm.net ) wrote:
Dr. Strangelove is the finest movie ever created!! With that in mind-wasn't it Gen Turgidson and not Gen Ripper who made the "Big fat commie rat" discourse? Check your audio descriptions. Any chance of getting video clips from Dr. Strangelove in a Quicktime format for download?? -- 10/24/96

Peter Dorrell ( kirk@axis.jeack.com.au) wrote:
Good one!!! -- 10/25/96

Robert St. Mary (stmary@emich.edu) wrote:
I have a question for Mr. Kubrick!!! Sir, I would like to know if you find film schools to be of any value to an young writer/director hopeful?? I am attending a local university where I study film. I feel that my personal reading and studing on my own time is far more fruitful then school but I attend because where I'm I going to learn the technical aspects of filmmaking? I want to be able to know what is going on, how is doing what and not get screwed over by people who think they know what my vision is! I'm I wrong? I am a young filmmaker in need of answers from one of his favorite directors, you! Any answer you give will be appreciated! Thank you for your time!!a -- 10/25/96

Justin Yoder ( ) wrote:
Me and all my friends love A Clockwork Orange! It's a classic. -- 10/25/96

Michael Cozzi (agar@eden.rutgers.edu ) wrote:
I think it is great how the few directors out there that make like one maybe two movies a decade it seems such as kubrick or scorcesi (excuse the spelling) have made nothing but good films i do not recall ever seeing a bad movie from either of them while others can come out with two a year and they are mostly crap... but that is just my opinion -- 10/25/96

Thomas T. Jensen ( pictura@silkeborg.bib.dk) wrote:
Dear Kubrick fans! Forget about "Aryan Papers? Yes, but anyway it might be interesting to know how Kubrick might work searching locations. This is what I have cut from our local newspaper here in Silkeborg, Denmark the 4,th of september 1993 "Midtjyllands Avis (Midjutland Newspaper). No more was heard of this business, so I guess the feedback, as mentioned in the ending of the article, was a "No! The translation is mine: Kubrick will maybe shoot in Midtjutland. By Klaus A. Jensen The museum farm Høgdal in Salten Forest and other parts of the midjutland forestland may be used as a part of the locations in a new big-budget movie by the american director Stanley Kubrick. Anyway two of Kubrics agents have recently visited Salten Forest for about an hour photographing the old half-timbered house and its surroundings. Stanley Kubrick lives today in England and is the man who made Dr. Strangelove, A Clockwork Orange, 2001 and Full Metal Jacket. At this moment he is about preparing a new film, wich is to be about a jewish loveaffair in wartime Warsaw. In this connection the filmdirector and the productioncompany Warner Bros. during the last couple of weeks have had a group of influential colleagues in Jutland to find suitable places shooting. Among other things they have explored the possibility of using the barracks of Langelandsgade (a street) in Aarhus which have recently been evacuated, and parts of horse-racing center Vilhelmsborg south of the city Aarhus. "I was called by a danish agent who asked permission for Kubricks colleagues to visit Høgdal. They were shown over by the inspector of the estate, Arne Lindgaard, and took 4 films, but we have incidentally not reciven any feedback, says Managing Director of the local Museum about his distant contact to the american filmdirector. The chairman of the committee of economics in Aarhus Municipality, Bjarne Ørum, who had negotiations and had several contacts with the collegues of Stanley Kubrick in Jutland is optimistic concerning having the the filmproduction to Aarhus: "Of course you have to be very careful about predicting anything, but the research which is in full swing for the moment, is absolutely serious. Politically, anyhow, it is clarified that we in Aarhus if occasion should arise will participate lifting the task which in many ways is huge. So far the movie-people have chosen among other parts of the world, f.x. Prague, and my impression is that they are very enthusiastic about what they have seen in Jutland. Daily they have sent several thousand of photos back to Stanley Kubrick in England. They want both city surroundings and forest surroundings. I take for granted to recive a feedback with a clear yes or no in september. The intention is that parts of the shootings will already start in october and november, he says. Thomas T. Jensen -- 10/25/96

DANIEL G. GONZALEZ (GRAPAX@STARNET.NET.AR ) wrote:
FELICITACIONES ! -- 10/25/96

Fred Brooks ( fbrooks@mdc.com) wrote:
Thanks for the site, Patrick! You're absolutely right about the potential of the web. And as the web becomes more commercialized, sites like yours are increasingly important oasises (sic) of good information with no hidden agenda. -- 10/25/96

S.B.A.G. (AKA Pineapple Keebler) --don't ask! (MustNot@aol.com OR 0249082@bucks.edu ) wrote:
I thought the site had a lot of information. It was so packed, that I'm going to have to come back to read all I wanted to. A lot of fact AND opinion. I really liked it. Two thumbs up! -- 10/25/96

Ian ( Gambit69er) wrote:
Very nice!!!! Best I have ever seen! -- 10/25/96

Akira Shimizu ( aki2001@na.rim.or.jp) wrote:
Hello. I'm JAPANESE.Look at my Email address.I love 2001. Please mail me! I can speak english very well. Am I? -- 10/26/96

gareth moses (lumpfish@direct.ca ) wrote:
genius -- 10/26/96

Nicolas Cytrynowicz ( colas@infonie.fr) wrote:
Thank you very much for your work which is excellent. Merci beaucoup. En France aussi, nous aimons beaucoup Stanley Kubrick qui est un diamant dans le cinéma mondial. Votre site est excellent et ne peut que réjouir tous les cinephiles. -- 10/27/96

Mark Jayaweera ( nelfern@wizard.teksupport.net.au) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is one of the most imaginative film directors in movie making history,he is part of an elite group George Lucas,Riddley Scott and Steven Speilberg who have made outstanding contributions to imaginative cinema. It's been a long time since Stanley Kubrick collaborated with Arhtur.C. Clarke. Could I submit a suggestion to Stanley Kubrick to make a movie based on another of Arthur C.Clarkes science fiction story classics. Thank You. -- 10/27/96

Jack Busenbark ( 11jbusen@gallux.gallaudet.edu) wrote:
It's so nice to be able to read all about a great role model to us all. He thrives on mental stimulation, something few do as well as he does. 2001: A Space Odyssey is my fave. 'Just a moment...just a moment...' -- 10/27/96

Erik Sabowski ( edmund.sabowski@snet.net) wrote:
This is a great web site! I wish I had known about it when I did my thesis paper on "A Clockwork Orange." -- 10/27/96

Rick Conti (KGBAgent86@aol.com ) wrote:
Kubrick is a god like creation,the michangelo of film...... I sure can't wait for "Eyes Wide Shut"!!!!!! -- 10/27/96

Bill Beaudoin (yooper@light-house.net) wrote:
beautiful. love it -- 10/27/96

James Jacob ( Rjacob@earthlink.net) wrote:
No... No don't hurry I'll just wait. ;> Four years of college will not make you think as much as viewing a Kubrick masterpiece.... Pick one -- 10/27/96

James Jacob ( Rjacob@earthlink.net) wrote:
No... No don't hurry I'll just wait. ;> Four years of college will not make you think as much as viewing a Kubrick masterpiece.... Pick one -- 10/27/96

Dan Whitman (DWHITMAN5781@VAX2.WINONA.MSUS.EDU ) wrote:
I thought that the page was very informitive. It also branched off to many interesting web sights So far this is my favorite Kubrick page. I would like it if there were more Mov. bites i could download. -- 10/28/96

Jim De Francesco (SURF LIGHT@aol.com) wrote:
Great WEBsite! Long overdue and a mecca for long-time (35 year) devotees of Mr. Kubrick's cinematic masterpieces. "Deliberately buried, huh?" 2001 Fondly posted 10-28-96. Jim De Francesco Long Beach Island, NJ -- 10/28/96

Andy Bergen (bergen@cs.uiowa.edu ) wrote:
This is a good page. What's the deal with the new film? -- 10/28/96

Rich Hess (rjhess@ibm.net ) wrote:
After looking at the list of his films I can't think of a better director. He is the only director who's films I look forward to and consider "important". -- 10/28/96

Jeff Thomas (jaytee@msn.com ) wrote:
Thanks for elegant effort, Patrick. I started one of first SK interactive forums 9 years ago on Prodigy. The Kubrick Klub ended after 8 months of hyper-active discussion due to the limited text-only format and limited oeuve of SK. Ten years between releases is staggering to a true fan. But yours is a welcome find on the web! Keep up the good work--it's much appreciated. JT & family (new generation SK fans) -- 10/29/96

Matthew Bye ( msb396@soton.ac.uk) wrote:
This is undoubtably one of the best sites that I have ever seen, especially considering that the content is entirely devoted to one person, i.e Kubrick, who made the greatest film(s) ever - 2001, and FMJ. -- 10/29/96

Richard Michaels (mmsysgrp@aol.com ) wrote:
Wonderful site! When you have a chance, visit the site for The Megahit Screenplays at URL=http://www.mmsysgrp.com/megahits.htm -- 10/29/96

Daniele ( soldmas@mail.superinternet.it) wrote:
Venite tutti a visitare la mio Home Page all'indirizzo http://www.angelfire.com/md/massano/index.html. Un salutone a tutti e in particolare alle belle fanciulle! -- 10/29/96

Charley Follett (loafh@northeernnet.com ) wrote:
I have seen every other Kubrick site on the web, but this is by far the best! You are doing a service to us all. -- 10/29/96

Saso Koren (saso.koren@guest.arnes.si ) wrote:
I am delighted to see that there are so many of us that consider Stanley Kubrick being the best filmmaker of all time. I think that this page is a great tribute to him and his work, especially 2001: A Space Oddyssey, which is in my opinion the best film ever made. -- 10/30/96

Matthew Burrows ( kido ) wrote:
If you have ever read the book A Clockwork Orange it is pure genius. Stanley Kubrick did a wonderful job with the movie. Stan is definitely the man. -- 10/30/96

Patrick Dunn Patrick Dunn (sgxa44a@prodigy.com) wrote:
I notice the Rumor Mill hasn't milled for a while. What gives? Much has happened/been gossiped about lately! Also, may I suggest a section outlining Mr. Kubrick's unrealized projects (e.g. Napoleon)? This could be of value to persons browsing the newsgroup, coming across various references to these almost-Kubrick movies . . . -- 10/31/96

Basquiat ( ) wrote:
Paths of Glory, probobly the the best film in the world -- 10/31/96

Jordan Parker (jordan92@ix.netcom.com ) wrote:
Kubrick is a f****** miracle to this world! No one else can even compete with his writing ability. I just want to chank you for letting me live to see your masterful works. Jordan Parker 10/31/96 -- 10/31/96

EDUARDO "DUMBO" ARMENDARIZ (ZODD@SPRYNET.COM ) wrote:
I am so thrilled to finally see a web site that matches the quality og it's subject matter. As far as favorite films I have to say that I am torn between Full Metal and the Doc.How can you pick just one? -- 10/31/96

antonio de carvalho pereira (apereira@netalpha.com.br ) wrote:
Please, I need know the title of the music in the golden room who plays, sings and where can I find the cd;what is its name. Thanks a lot from brazil. -- 10/31/96

devin13 ( scheryl@brightok.com ) wrote:
Because of S.K. I've chosen a life in film. Not that I will ever be able to match his stature as a guru, but I've been researching, experiencing, living, and writing my first screenplay for the past 5 years. Kubricks meticulous attention to detail and philosophical undertones have taught me that a film is very much a part of a filmakers life. If I was to take any short cuts, I would be doing myself in, don't you think. -- 11/01/96

devin13 ( scheryl@brightok.com ) wrote:
Because of S.K. I've chosen a life in film. Not that I will ever be able to match his stature as a guru, but I've been researching, experiencing, living, and writing my first screenplay for the past 5 years. Kubricks meticulous attention to detail and philosophical undertones have taught me that a film is very much a part of a filmakers life. If I was to take any short cuts, I would be doing myself in, don't you think. -- 11/01/96

Richard Dondes ( richard.dondes@us.gases.boc.com) wrote:
This web site is excellent. I am most interested in A Clockwork Orange and Full Metal Jacket. -- 11/01/96

Greg Thi ( ) wrote:
Kubrick's best film is Full Metal Jacket. It has the best quotes of any movie in history thanks to R. Lee Ermey. I might also agree that this site sucks big d***. It " can suck a golf ball out of a garden hose." -- 11/02/96

Trey Neiderer ( ) wrote:
Stanley is a true master of the film genre, and I always leave with a feeling of INSIGHT after viewing one of his movies. I am glad that I have had the opportunity to experience his many talents, and I urge all to enjoy his works. He portrays life excellently. Sometimes chilling, sometimes sinister, but always REAL. For that I admire him the most. -- 11/02/96

Trey Neiderer ( ) wrote:
I forgot to add one final thing. The best line(s) from any movie, ever! "God has a hard-on for Marines because we kill everything we see. He plays His games, we play ours. To show appreciation for so much power we keep heaven stocked with fresh souls. God was here before the Marines, so you can give your heart to Jesus, but your ass belongs to the corp!!! Kick Ass Site!!!:) -- 11/02/96

Trey Neiderer ( ) wrote:
Dear Mr. Greg Chi, I must respectfully correct you. I believe Sgt. Hardman's line to Priv. Cowboy is as follows: "Do you suck dicks?" "Sir, no sir!" "Bullshit! I bet you could suck a golf ball through a garden hose. I'll be watching you!" -- 11/02/96

Roberto Schiappacassa ( 70374.3542@compuserve.com) wrote:
Fine, very fine ! -- 11/02/96

Tom Kennedy (tjkkenn@aol.com) wrote:
If you see Stanley, tell him to get off his dead ass and make a movie. -- 11/02/96

Anders S. Kristensen ( a-skov@vip.cybercity.dk) wrote:
This is a wonderfull website... Kubrick is a wonderfull director... Thanks... -- 11/02/96

Marie marie (mnadea@po-box.mcgill.ca ) wrote:
Wow! This page is great! I pays very good respect to kubrick and his work -- 11/02/96

mad hannan ( madalc@msn.com) wrote:
We'll meet again, don't know where, don't know when! -- 11/03/96

Jason M. Burrows ( lowell@hol.gr) wrote:
I must say that Stanley Kubrick is a genius.. A Clockwork Orange is one of my favorite films as is The Shining. He deserves the respect of all film lovers world wide... -- 11/03/96

Lee Harris aka Randy Bio-Cart (Randybio@itl.net ) wrote:
Fantastic page dedicated to one of the greatest directors alive today. Definately worth a view by anyone who loves good film entertainment... cya. -- 11/03/96

King of EST ( "gyldenaa@online.no") wrote:
you are a superb film maker, but when will your next movie be done -- 11/04/96

Eric Krszjzaniek ( ) wrote:
Kubrick is king!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! -- 11/04/96

Dan Fox (fox@jhu.edu ) wrote:
I wrote a film essay on _Full_Metal_Jacket_ my senior year in HS and that is one film I will never forget. I have acquired a copy of _Dispatches_ and am currently reading it but would like a copy of _The_Short_Timers_ -- 11/04/96

Nicolas Raout ( snake_plissken@hotmail.com snake_plissken@hotmail.com) wrote:
A hello from FRANCE.I think that Stanley Kubrick is one of the greatest film directors in the world.Every movie he made is a masterpiece:-Spartacus is the best peplum ever made -Doctor strangelove is very funny and delirious and PETER SELLERS is great. -2001:a space odyssey is a great and intelligent sci-fi movie and it has great special effects even if it was made in 1968. -BARRY LYNDON is great too with very beautiful images. -SHINING is cold and scary with a genious JACK NICHOLSON -FULL METAL JACKET is one of the best vietnam war movies. Stanley Kubrick is a great director and i wait for EYES WIDE SHUT to see if he has not changed. -- 11/05/96

NICK RUOZZI (THE VELVET KID) ( ) wrote:
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE RULZ!!! KEEP SINGING IN THE RAIN -- 11/05/96

kjeld ( ) wrote:
OUTSTANDING!!!!!!!!!!!! -- 11/06/96

Peter Brango (Stockholm ) wrote:
WOW,Kuberik,keep on. -- 11/06/96

Craig Claudin ( claudin@proscape.com) wrote:
I stopped counting my viewings of 2001 after #25. 2001 is like a great symphony - I never tire of it. Around the 15th viewing, on a 70mm curved screen, I saw what I believe to be Kubrick's reflection in Dr. Floyd's face mask. One can make out Kubrick's beard and the round shape of the lens as Floyd circles the monolith. Can any confirm that Kubrick actually hand-held this scene? - Wonderful web site. I will visit frequently. "2001: Filming the Future" a book by Pierce Biozny (Arum Press - 1994) is a must-have. -- 11/06/96

Tom Merkle ( m994356@mcdonald.nadn.navy.mil) wrote:
I always wondered what movies he'd done before Strangelove: it's great this info is out here. -- 11/06/96

mike brooks (mbrooks@idcomm,com ) wrote:
stanley, you are very cool --- all the best mb -- 11/06/96

Syd Legault ( Syd@videotron.ca) wrote:
All the films Kubrick do, become a Classic! My favorite in : Clockwork Orange, Shinning, 2001, Full Metal...Fuck they're all my favorite:-) -- 11/07/96

J. Ferris (FerrisJM.DFH@usafa.af.mil ) wrote:
One day in late December 1990, I saw the Shining for the first time. The film had such an effect on me that I could not watch it for a year, even though I really wanted to. Ordinary movies do not have this capability. The movies of Stanley Kubrick do. I sincerely admire and respect his dedication to the art of film. Thank you for this Web page! -- 11/07/96

( monster@inreach.com) wrote:
please put up the wav file explaining the international communist conspiracy. please. i really want it :) besides that, the page is great -- 11/07/96

Brian Flota ( flotab01@student.ucr.edu) wrote:
Kubrick not only inspires and ingnites thought, he is a genius photographer. "2001" is the essence of these two things, but most of his other films are as well. Simply put, he is the best filmmaker of all time. -- 11/07/96

Patrick Dunn (sgxa44a@prodigy.com) wrote:
Hi Hi Hi Hi there, Mr. Kubrick - (assuming that was you who posted recently and not some blaspheming cyber-rogue) I am wondering if you have retained your interest in Napoleon over the years. I would like to read a good introductory-type book on the man, but am rather bewildered by the number of titles available on the subject. Perhaps you can recommend something. I am re-reading Simon Leys' terrific little novel "The Death of Napoleon" - a clever what-if story with some very nice writing, humor and considerable sensory appeal. Might you know of it? -- 11/08/96

Matt Kowalyk (kowalyk@uwindsor.ca ) wrote:
Thanks for this fantastic sight on the greatest Director of all time. I hope you get more sound bites for Full Metal Jacket. I have only a few bookmarks on the Web, but this is one of them. Matt. -- 11/09/96

Marcus Guimont (mguimont@d.um.edu ) wrote:
I love all of your films your work is very motivating -- 11/09/96

Chris Fuller (bigasslover@msn.com ) wrote:
If you have any further interesting information regarding symbolism or anything else regarding The Shinging or 2001: A Space Oddysey (my favorite movie), send them to me please. -- 11/11/96

jeremy haupt ( jhaupt@students.miami.edu) wrote:
It's funny how one can become speechless when the time to speak has arisen. Kubrick is a god. Absolutely amazing, never ceases to blow my mind. It is my goal in life to follow his every move on the screen. Thanx, Mr. Kubrick. -- 11/11/96

Gianni Ferri (gianni.ferri@ra.nettuno.it ) wrote:
I love Stanley Kubrick This link is wonderful. -- 11/12/96

Ultraviolence ( kingzook@ix.netcom.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is by far my favorite director. A Clockwork Orange, Full Metal Jacket and Sparticus are all favorites of mine. Go to my web page if you now of any really good sites for any of Stanley Kubricks Movies. go to http://www.netcom.com/~kingzook/sc.html -- 11/12/96

poppy day poppy day ( ) wrote:
The greatest, the greatest, the greatest............................................., the greatest -- 11/13/96

TEDDY GARDNER (TEDDYEYE@AOL.com) wrote:
i thought it was great they could give you the whole FULL METAL JACKET screenplay but i`d like it even more if they could include the a clockwork orange screenplay that would be divine -- 11/13/96

D.A. Grantham (sk2001@skybest.com. ) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick = Sophocles *give or take two millenia -- 11/13/96

Andrew Kowles (Andrew.M.Kowles@valley.net ) wrote:
This man is brilliant and I am obsessed with his movies! Every movie he has made is profound. My favorite is Dr.Strangelove, but all the others are right behind. I love it. -- 11/14/96

MATTHEW CIRILLO ( CIRILLOM@DB.ERAU.EDU) wrote:
I WAS JUST WONDERING IF ANYONE KNEW THE REASON THAT KUBRICK LEFT BURGESS' MONUMENTAL LAST CHAPTER OUT OF THE MOVIE "A CLOCKWORK ORANGE", PLEASE E-MAIL ME IF YOU KNOW, cirillom@db.erau.edu THANK YOU -- 11/15/96

Katie Oestreich ( ) wrote:
Kubrick's the man! -- 11/16/96

Andreas Mackensen (mackense@stud.uni-frankfurt.de ) wrote:
Stanley K. is one of the world's greatest directors, and this one my favourite web sites. Pity that EWS will come _before_ AI... -- 11/16/96

Rey Parla' ( spo888germ@aol.com or indieParla@worldnet.att.net) wrote:
Staley Kubricks work will live forever. -- 11/17/96

Rey Parla' ( spo888germ@aol.com or indieParla@worldnet.att.net) wrote:
Stanley Kubricks work will live forever. -- 11/17/96

E.A. Fichtl (eafichtel@tbi.net ) wrote:
The editors of ANTHEM:The American Experience In Words, Music and Art have added your site to the "Our Favorite Urls" page of our 'e zine. Kubrick has given us films that force us to re-examine our society and the souls who populate it. Dr. Strangelove is our particular favorite. As a USA TODAY hotsite, ANTHEM has the unique opportunity to enhance the perceptions of many readers. Come visit us at: http://www.tbi.net/~eafichtel/index.htm. Kudos to you for a fine site. Sincerely, E.A. Fichtl Managing Editor ANTHEM -- 11/18/96

( ) wrote:
after a glimpse of and with inspiration r from a recent viewing of metal jacket, i felt that i must search for more knowledge on this divine grace. however, i am too impatient to spent a fraction of time to write a thorough message.sjm -- 11/19/96

rootman ( ) wrote:
the world has hit all of us harder than a FULL METAL JACKET!!!!! ALEX IS COMMING -- 11/19/96

rootman ( ) wrote:
the world has hit all of us harder than a FULL METAL JACKET!!!!! ALEX IS COMMING -- 11/19/96

percey, david ( dcpercey@bu.edu) wrote:
I really enjoyed this site, but I'm disappointed on the choice of visuals in 2001 Space Odyssey. I really think you should try to capture a glimpse of how the late 1960's shows through Kubrick's work. The vision, at that time, of space ships, for instance, or technical equipment. -- 11/19/96

J. T. Ellison ( T-Money1111@msn.com) wrote:
Will there ever be as good a film as Full Metal Jacket .....I think not! I watch it almost everyday and I still get a thrill....amazing. -- 11/20/96

Saebjorn Valdimarsson ( saebjorn@centrum.us) wrote:
Quality id better than Quantity. I´ve been writing about movies for 30 years, Mr. Kubrick has always been my favorite filmmaker. The only thing I critisize is this overwhelming secrecy, I need info abour "Eyes Wide Shut" desperately! -- 11/22/96

Michael Campbell ( psu09289@odin.cc.pdx.edu) wrote:
Thougtful, concise, original, pleasing, officious. This is what the internet should strive to be.... -- 11/22/96

Marco Rizzi ( mrizzi@altrimedia.it) wrote:
This site would really be top of the hit if you could add sripts of the movies. Great work. If you know where to find Barry's script please let me know. Thank you. Marco -- 11/23/96

Robert Avila ( dr1015bob@aol.com) wrote:
Kubrick has a way of showing us his thoughts that no one else has -- 11/23/96

Fumiharu KOSEKIw ( flat@kiwi.co.jp) wrote:
2001 available soon... -- 11/25/96

Rob Mitchell ( s9410248@chelt.ac.uk) wrote:
Can anyone help...? I'm doing a dissertation on Kubrick as an auteur. I love Kubrick's films, because they are so varied in themes and treatments. Yet I think there is a unifying style to the films that distinguishes them from any other film...or is there? Can Kubrick be a auteur? Please eloborate any ideas..or just mail about Kubrick. I love his films...esp. Dr Strangelove and 2001...!...Finally *great* web site!!! -- 11/25/96

Chris Cummings (rustroot@glasscity.net ) wrote:
I don't quite know what to say now. I don't quite know what to say after seeing a Kubrick film. WOW!! It's that simple. The films of this man have given me some of the greatest insights to life and happiness. Thank you. -- 11/25/96

Andrew Street ( Not known as of yet) wrote:
I would like to say that although the movies don't have the same essence as books do, Kubrick has done a marvoulous job in recapturing the feelings presented to you when reading the book, "A Clockwork Orange". Well done. -- 11/26/96

Lauren Ellis ( lellis@wwonline.com) wrote:
This is a really interesting site. My friend is a huge fan of Stanley Kurick and I think that this page is a really good look into his work. PS. A Clockwork Orange is a classic movie and exceptionally made. =) -- 11/26/96

Mani ( ) wrote:
Stanley is clearly neato righto, right,right. -- 11/26/96

Raymond Tracy ( rtracy@scf.usc.edu ) wrote:
Absolutely Fabulous! Excellent coverage of Spartacus! This has really helped. This is the most thorough coverage of particular films I've ever encountered. Excellent. -- 11/26/96

Jim Anderson ( jima@ou.edu) wrote:
I have been collecting digital movie posters off the web, thanks for supplying me with some very cool additions. I am still looking for the original 2001 poster. your pal....jim (11-26-96) -- 11/26/96

Robyn Shepherd (nzwh03b@prodigy.com) wrote:
Your page was most helpful in preparing my research project on Kubrick and his works. Thanks a lot! -- 11/27/96

James Wright ( independence@compassnet.com) wrote:
Check out this URL, http://www.compassnet.com/independence After you do please give to others as if this can be brought into law think what it will save you. James Wright -- 11/28/96

iriy ( ) wrote:
As a cinema student i just loved to study your movies, every one of them mae me whach them over and over. and i know by heart 2001. keep on beeing so brilient. -- 11/28/96

Mark Long ( ) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is, without a question, the greatest film director to ever exist on this planet! "Clockwork Orange" is, hands down, the most brilliant film ever made. Kubrick has succesfully reinstated the idea that film is an art form, and all of his films are masterpieces. I own a copy of nearly every Kubrick film( does anyone know where to find : " The Killing", "The Killers Kiss", and the early documentaries? ). I plan to attend film school and hopefully produce work that is 1/4 as good as Stanley Kubrick's. Thank you, my brothers. -- 11/28/96

Mark Long ( ) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is, without a question, the greatest film director to ever exist on this planet! "Clockwork Orange" is, hands down, the most brilliant film ever made. Kubrick has succesfully reinstated the idea that film is an art form, and all of his films are masterpieces. I own a copy of nearly every Kubrick film( does anyone know where to find : " The Killing", "The Killers Kiss", and the early documentaries? ). I plan to attend film school and hopefully produce work that is 1/4 as good as Stanley Kubrick's. Thank you, my brothers. -- 11/28/96

Mark Long ( ) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is, without a question, the greatest film director to ever exist on this planet! "Clockwork Orange" is, hands down, the most brilliant film ever made. Kubrick has succesfully reinstated the idea that film is an art form, and all of his films are masterpieces. I own a copy of nearly every Kubrick film( does anyone know where to find : " The Killing", "The Killers Kiss", and the early documentaries? ). I plan to attend film school and hopefully produce work that is 1/4 as good as Stanley Kubrick's. Thank you, my brothers. -- 11/28/96

Miyakawa Hiroki ( miya_505@mxh.meshnet.or.jp) wrote:
Hello ! Thanks. so much -- 11/28/96

Kristen Lindop (mlindop@eagle.ca) wrote:
I just saw Dr. Strangelove and the Clockwork Orange I must say they were quite different! The were weird! Kinda creepy. Which I really like about them. It was more the Clockwork Orange that was creepy. I would really like to see The Shinning, but I am having trouble findding it. I was told that it was old and hard to get. If you know where I could get get back to me. Thanks Kristen Lindop -- 11/28/96

TEDDY GARDNER ( teddyeye@AOL.com) wrote:
STANLEY KUBRICKS A CLOCKWORK ORANGE IS BRILLIIANT AFTER I SAW FULL METAL JACKET I THOUGHT IT WAS THE BEST KUBRICK BUT A CLOCKWORK ORANGE IS WONDERFUL.MY ONLY PROBLEM IS I CAN`T FIND THE BOOK OF A CLOCKWORK ORANGE IF ANYBODY THAT IS READING THIS KNOWS WHERE I CAN FIND IT PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT TEDDYEYE@ AOL.com -- 11/29/96

Roc Massaguer (massaguer@dracnet.es) wrote:
What a page! The best web for the best director. Kubrick is the best because he's the most polifacetic one along his career. All the movies he made (and is going to made) are one of the best in that genere. -- 11/30/96

Bryan A. Perozo (barney@quisqueya.com ) wrote:
nice piece of work -- 11/30/96

Ross Bellenoit ( bell5@javanet.com) wrote:
Pretty cool and very informative. I should have came here when I did my report on Stanley Kubrick. -- 11/30/96

ajs ( ajs2@webtv.net) wrote:
Does anyone know if The making of The Shining documentary or any other documentary about Kubrick is available on video in the USA or UK ? -- 11/30/96

Ixtlan's runner (tao@mygale.org ) wrote:
How can I say the brightness of 2001, without quotting Nietzsche philosophy....Kubrick is the best film maker that ever lived on our ground. His movies reach to the to of human mind's power. Especially 2001 with the marvellous pictures of space infinity and human being realm. I think that it touchs to perfection. Close to the Nietzsche's Zarathoustra, and we can find analogy between the Kubrick's masterpiece and the Nietzsche 's book. I hope his next film (I read it will be called "Eyes Wide Shut") will be as great as 2001..... I hope that one day I ll be able to play a spacial chess game with the DAEMON that create 2001 and films such as Dr Strangelove or clockwork orange. Keep on making so great films and keep on showing us the way to become a starchild.......?¿ -- 11/30/96

Jean-Sébastien Bédard ( picasso@microtec.net) wrote:
Kubrick's perfection -- 11/30/96

w ( qw@) wrote:
3343r -- 11/30/96

pierre ( ellie@microtec.net) wrote:
Hey this is a pretty cool web site. I was just wondering if there was anyway i could get a hold of a copy of your making of the shining video. thanx -- 12/02/96

Pietro Lungaro (pietrolng@iol.it) wrote:
"oly Jesus...." a web site of Kubrick: great! -- 12/03/96

Jason Baker ( jassin@vermontel.com) wrote:
I guess I don't know what 2 say, cool page! -- 12/03/96

Henrik Gadegaard ( henrik@wwdg.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is the god of psycho´s! -- 12/04/96

paul Paul (paul@indian.co.uk ) wrote:
Thanks for the great Kubrick pages you have compiled. I know a great deal about Clockwork Orange so if any of you out there would like to ask any questions, please do. -- 12/04/96

megan (wipshmart@aol.com) wrote:
thanks for having such an information packed site. i was having so much trouble finding info on the killing (1956). this made my life 33% better. -- 12/04/96

Douglas Stotland ( Stotland@Virginia.edu) wrote:
This is one of the finest pages I've visited. Thanks for piping so much great Kubrick information my way. -- 12/04/96

HAL 9000 ( nimtz@geocities.com) wrote:
Do you guys know what? I'll make a short appearance on the new Kubrick film A.I. Try to find me... he he -- 12/04/96

Ricardo Nimtz (nimtz@geocities.com ) wrote:
It's amazing how the people are atracted by the unknow, and Kubrick gives it to us at the form of movies, great movies, amazing directed movies, perfect movies. -- 12/05/96

( ) wrote:
a black comedy is not necessarily about death suffering, haven't ever seen Annie Hall? DORK! -- 12/05/96

Dustin Poulton ( yoda@ucla.edu) wrote:
To me, Stanley Kubrick is a god. An absolute genius. He is by far my favorite filmmaker and "A Clockwork Orange," "2001," "Dr. Stranglelove," and "The Killing" are among my favorite films of all time. "The Shining" is the most horrifying movie I've ever seen. I am greatly looking forward to any future films. Especially "Eyes Wide Shut." Harvey Keitel in a Kubrick film is a dream come true! -- 12/05/96

this is a mighty-mighty www. and stanley,s aco is a cult classic!!! ( only on pirate boards, sorry) wrote:
my name is a secret -- 12/05/96

gianluca deghenghi (deghengh@ingsun.univ.trieste.it ) wrote:
very good and quick!!! -- 12/06/96

Martin S-C ( ) wrote:
Always singing in the rain, Martin S-c -- 12/06/96

Jonathon Doe (Internaldk@aol.com) wrote:
I think that SK has some of the best movies ever made, but the real queston is does he still have enuff balls to produce a movie that will make you think and be controversial. -- 12/06/96

fluffhead ( ) wrote:
great web page I really enjoyed the extensive info on clock work orange -- 12/07/96

Queco Eyre Iglesias (aeyre@adam.es ) wrote:
CLIMAX -- 12/07/96

Dom Lopez ( dom@nucleus.fr) wrote:
Les chefs d'oeuvres que sont vos films couperont le souffle à plus d'un de censeur! Vous avez du géni et cela personne ne peut le nier; on ne peut que rester émerveiller devant autant d'innovations et d'imagination! Vous êtes l'un des meilleur dans le cinema si ce n'est le MEILLLEUR!!! Merci pour votre oeuvre. Dom -- 12/07/96

redbrick ( sorrynotmycomputer) wrote:
Hello, etc. Lolita is probably my favorite Kubrick film, with Dr.Strangelove (which is actually the better movie) a close second. I have yet to see Paths Of Glory or The Killing. Been told I would absolutely LOVE The Killing. Eyes Wide Shut sounds to me like a way for Kubrick to reassert his presence with the public - it's going to be a high-profile film with Cruise, Kidman, Keitel, Leigh, etc and will also probably make a shit-load of money, allowing kubrick to indulge with AI, which seems like THE movie he's been trying to make his whole life. The subject matter is there, let's hope he lives long enough and all his faculties are up and running, etc. My point? I dunno. He's an amazing filmmaker. -- 12/08/96

redbrick ( sorrynotmycomputer) wrote:
Hello, etc. Lolita is probably my favorite Kubrick film, with Dr.Strangelove (which is actually the better movie) a close second. I have yet to see Paths Of Glory or The Killing. Been told I would absolutely LOVE The Killing. Eyes Wide Shut sounds to me like a way for Kubrick to reassert his presence with the public - it's going to be a high-profile film with Cruise, Kidman, Keitel, Leigh, etc and will also probably make a shit-load of money, allowing kubrick to indulge with AI, which seems like THE movie he's been trying to make his whole life. The subject matter is there, let's hope he lives long enough and all his faculties are up and running, etc. My point? I dunno. He's an amazing filmmaker. -- 12/08/96

paul schexnayder (sybrguy@primenet.com) wrote:
today is my birthday and it was something of a present to discover a kubrick page on the internet. the man is a master filmmaker and storyteller and this page does him justice. this a an EXCELLENT webpage!!...except...the picture your have labelled "the trip" on the 2001 page (http://www.lehigh.edu/~pjl2/kubrick/the_trip.gif) is NOT Dave Bowman on a trip away from the Discovery. he is in HAL's brain room disconnecting the computer; the lights re- flected in his face shield are those of HAL's cells. regardless, this site is fantastic! well done!! -- 12/08/96

Renato Gaiarsa ( rgaiarsa@svn.com.br) wrote:
VERY, VERY, VERY GOOD!!! Great visual...great links. Congratulations. I will want to see a link to my home page about Stanley, OK??? I'm from Brazil. I am a big fan of Kubrick!! -- 12/08/96

Georges terryn ( geo@glo.be) wrote:
Human error, Dave it has always been due to human error. Except of course S. K., avoiding failure. Keep it up, Art, not movies. -- 12/08/96

Kasper Beck (kbeck@sigma.ou.dk ) wrote:
Stille og roligt hilsen til Cityboy -- 12/09/96

Christopher Stuart Elsasser ( celsasse@mail.grady.public.lib.ga.us) wrote:
Hey Stanley: I read a marvelous book called Ianthia of Boorglade- The Legend of the Dragons Reich. It detailed the adventures of an Asian Dragon slayer who is brought to Briton to aid the knights of the realm in their quest to stop a plague of dragons that have descended upon the land. Ianthia is a young girl who loses her twin brother to the Dragons breath. She then sets about the task of posing as her twin brother during the day while in training to become a knight and acting as a hand maiden to the lady of the realm. She aids the Dragon slayer and the Knights.....and youll just have to read it yourself. -- 12/09/96

Christopher Stuart Elsasser (celsasse@mail.grady.public.lib.ga.us ) wrote:
Stanley: I read once that you wanted to pull Clockwork Orange from the theaters in England because of adverse (and violent) reactions to the film. In retrospect...I must commend you for this, my only regret is that Natural Born Killers by Oliver Stone was not similarly limited. Many people have acted out the violence in his film in America. Bruce Willis once said that film is only a mirror of society - but I say when you look into a mirror....you react! Shalom. -- 12/09/96

Christopher Stuart Elsasser (celsasse@mail.grady.public.lib.ga.us ) wrote:
Mazel Tov, Shalom and all those other colorful greetings to you STANLEY on this wonderful occasion of the festival of lights. Happy Channukah to you and your family! (p.s. cant wait for AI and eyes!!!) -- 12/10/96

JH ( joc.hotman@jonkoping.mail.telia.com) wrote:
Just arrived, look´s good though...Working on a project in school on Kubrick or John Carpenter. We will pick one of them depending on the amount of info we can get... -- 12/10/96

Bob Duffy ( bobduffy@cats.ucsc.edu) wrote:
Thanks for the cool site... I'm doing a paper for school on Full Metal jacket, Platoon, and the age of mechanical reproduction by Walter Benjamin... if anyone is interested on the connections e-mail and I'll send my paper... -- 12/10/96

steven roca (strngluv@wam.umd.edu ) wrote:
thank you, thank you, thank you! Yours in purity, steve -- 12/10/96

Jonathan Luna ( ) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is it The Shining Barry Lyndon keep up the good work -- 12/10/96

Owen Coughlan (biggles@aei.ca) wrote:
All of the above -- an excellent Web Site designed for maximum info at minimum stress. And no bogus banners or graphics! -- 12/11/96

Jack Torence Jack Torence ( Overlook Hotel) wrote:
colour= All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy! -- 12/11/96

Jack Torence Jack Torence ( Overlook Hotel) wrote:
colour= All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy! -- 12/11/96

LAFAYETTE STUDENT ( ) wrote:
LEHIGH SUCKS! -- 12/11/96

Richard Hansen (rahansen@bradley.bradley.edu ) wrote:
"2001: A Space Odyssey" remains one of the greatest films of all times. I saw it four times in 1968 in its original Cinerama presentation and have since gone an additional 27 times at various cinemas, including the "non-Cinerama" 70mm version and recently restored 70mm version and multiple 35mm prints (which have the MGM trademark in yellow and blue instead of white and blue). It has made a lifetime impact. -- 12/12/96

Tim Moore (tim@tj-net.demon.co.uk ) wrote:
The two best films ever are A Clockwork Orange and 2001, but I can't decide which is better than the other. Oh well, cool site though. -- 12/12/96

Sergio G. Campanile (fireball@myna.com ) wrote:
Congratulations. Kubrick is my predilete director and Dr. Strangelove the movie I like best. Do u have the musics of this film? -- 12/12/96

Lucas Hunter (Hunter.188@OSU.edu ) wrote:
Real HorrorShow! -- 12/12/96

Dimitri Kakovitch ( X Phile69@aol.com) wrote:
"Clockwork" was his greatest film. I heard that the kid from "Jurassic Park" will be in AI? -- 12/12/96

Ric Fusciardi ( ricky@indigo.ie.) wrote:
Full metal jacket is my favorite I would like to tell you how great your movie is .RIC. -- 12/13/96

Matthew Kowalyk ( kowalyk@server.uwindsor.ca) wrote:
This is an incredable page. I consider myself a HUGE Kubrick fan and this is the best Web page I've found. It was my first bookmark! Feel Proud! -- 12/13/96

Michael Colletti ( 72540.352@compuserve.com) wrote:
"I'm just as sorry as you are Dimitri. Don't say you're sorrier than I am because I can be just as sorry as you......." This wonderful scene from "Dr. Strangelove" neatly sums up the rivalvry between the United States & the USSR during the Cold War, the Space Race etc. One of my all time favorite scenes from ANY movie. Pure genius!! Dr. Strangelove is a fabulous, hilarious piece of work. Thank You Mr. Kubrick!! -- 12/14/96

louis Lygo ( cebra.de) wrote:
thanks very much for the informative and highly visual site it is great for me as a designer to download the images and use them as reference for my work. Kubrick is ace! keep up the good work. -- 12/14/96

Farzad Bakhtiar ( bakhtiar@chee.queensu.ca) wrote:
Great site! I'm glad I visited so I could find out about his new movie. -- 12/14/96

Thea Thea ( moondance@juno.com) wrote:
Thankyouthankyouthankyou..... I found a picture of my beloved Dr Strangelove, and for this i will always be in debt! Neato, love you! -- 12/15/96

Creighton Smith (cwsmith@sundance.usd.edu ) wrote:
Hi, hi, hi Mr. Deltoid! Hello from the frozen tundra of the University of South Dakota. Where, I'll have you know, they showed "Clockwork" and "The Shining" both in the same semester last year as part of a UNIVERSITY SPONSORED movie showing program put on by a local student-run film committee. It was very nice. I went to it sauced-up, which, as you probably know, helps quite a bit. "The Shining" I did not get to see, but, both I have seen several times and I have to say that the latter of the two is definitely my favorite. Thanks for the nice site. A friend of mine would like this site. He is a huge Kubrick fan. Wants to be a director and has read the "Clockwork" novel and everything. His address is Steve Weiler at sweiler@ilcc.cc.ia.us I understand you probably have many better things to do than to e-mail someone but, if you would like to talk to someone who knows about Kubrick a little bit he would be one of the few. -- 12/16/96

Mark R. Pachankis ( ncaddo@iamerica.net) wrote:
Great page! It is not easy to find info on the greatest living director. Maybe there could be a petition to the Acadamey for AT LEAST a lifetime acheivement award on your site. Mark R. Pachankis -- 12/17/96

Eddie George ( Ible@dribble.com) wrote:
I have something in my eye. -- 12/17/96

BOB WARP9 ( bobjajef@impulse.net) wrote:
Please make a film on the "Gravitational Lens" project effect of a visual time tunnel 15 billion light years in the future. (~~~~* -- 12/17/96

Ronie J Whalen Ronie J Whalen (pushk1ns ) wrote:
I am new to the internet (my father gave it to me and my family as an early Christmas present!) I am 16 years old. Live in Silver Spring, Maryland! And I just want to tell you I just love the Stanley Kubrick Multimedia Guide, you have created. I am a big fan of Stanley Kubrick's ever since I saw his ground-breaking science fiction epic, 2001:A Space Odyssey! I love the music (I own the soundtrack!), characters, plot, special effects, and it is my most favorite film in the whole wide world! I love it and watch it every year! For a long time, I have read everything there is to know about Kubrick (I own copies of three of his films and a book by Thomas Allen Nelson on his filmmaking techniques and so much more! I have seen just about every one of his films and am anxiously awaiting to see Eyes Wide Shut (I hope to be somewhere around the age of 18 or 19 so I can see it) when it comes out! But, everyone I knew in both my school, and the film industry seemed to adore people like Marty Scorses, Fellini, Peckinpah, Hitchcock, Tarantino, Spielberg and while I admire these filmmakers greatly why doesn't somebody pay hommage to one of the greatest directors I have ever known, one who broke ground in many of the major genres (war in Paths Of Glory, romance in Lolita, the costume drama in Barry Lyndon, violence in Clockwork Orange, sci-fi in 2001, horror in The Shining) ? But when I got to the internet and found your website "I fell in love with it, right away!" I was so happy somebody realized that it was time to pay some serious hommage to Kubrick and his many beloved works. I was fascinated by the dozens of interviews, pictures, sounds, articles, you gathered from all of his films and delighted that I was not alone and that other people liked Stan The Man, too! Thank you so very much, for this glorious, beautiful, website, which I visit every day and whose beauty and wonder words cannot describe! Thank you so very much and god bless you all! I wish you and all of your other happy Kubrick lovers, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year! P.S. (1.) Some information of your Making of The Shining documentary is that according to a magazine, the voice of Kubrick in the documentary is not his, but instead actor Jonathan Pryce (who starred in Terry Gilliam (another one of my favorite directors) 1985 sci-fi film, Brazil!). (2.) Also for information of how Stanley Kubrick's new film, Eyes Wide Shut is doing see the latest issue of Entertainemnt Weekly, for an interview with Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman to see how they like working with the great Kubrick. (3.) Finally, for the remake of Kubrick's Lolita (1962) it will be directed by Addrian Lyn (who directed Fatal Attraction) and starring Frank Langella as Quilty and Jeremy Irons as Humpert Humphrey and Melanni Griffith as Mrs.Haze. While as for the tv mini-series re-make of The Shining (1980) Stephen King will write the script, as well as executive-produce it and it will be directed by Mick Garris, who previously directed The Stand, Psycho IV:The Begining and Critters 2:The Main Course. -- 12/18/96

Jason Varner ( jmvarner@geneva.edu ) wrote:
Great page! Excellent collection of links! -- 12/18/96

Jang, Young-Hun Jang, Young-Hun ( jukeboxx@nownuri.nowcom.co.kr) wrote:
The Shining was the greatest horror film I've ever seen. Unfortunately it's hard to grasp a chance to see his early works - like Killer's Kiss, The Killing - in Korea. Remember here're a lot of your fans waiting for your next film, Mr.Kubrick! -- 12/19/96

jerôme DUPONT ( indus02@sofres.worldnet.net) wrote:
you're the greatest film maker i've never seen why don't you create more films? if you need a film editor, i'll be there whenever you want! bye -- 12/19/96

carlos kasuski ( ) wrote:
If Kubrick can make Tom cruise act, it will probe he is the best director alive -- 12/19/96

Osmany Rodriguez Granados ( h.rguez@codetel.net.do) wrote:
This is probably the best movie related web page i have ever seen. It has everything you could ever want to know about Mr. Kubrick. I loved the RS Interview. -- 12/19/96

John Russell http://www.ucs.usl.edu/~jtr8962 ( gleet@usl.edu) wrote:
Full Metal Jacket and A Clockwork Orange have given me new thoughts on many things. They're some of the greatest movies ever. -- 12/19/96

cosmokiller (viva.prod@eastcoast.net.au ) wrote:
we came we saw were leaving now thanks cheers! -- 12/20/96

theresa brown (vangirl7 ) wrote:
adore kubrick. -- 12/21/96

William.J.Fox ( FOX.383.576@onaustralia.com.au) wrote:
Say in a deep, drawn out voice: Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer too..I'm half-crazy ***dead*** -- 12/22/96

N. Cherill ( NCherill@aol.com) wrote:
Excellent page and links. I love "The Shining." -- 12/22/96

Bossi Federico (guges@askesis.it ) wrote:
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Davone Cancer Davone Cance ( ) wrote:
Most brilliant work I've ever seen, believe me I've seen alot. Kubrick is the most amazing man on earth! -- 12/23/96

scott harding (scotth@ime.net ) wrote:
To Stanley Kubrick. You are a brillant person. The first movie that I saw was 2001 A Space Odyssey.I was only 10 yrs old.It was the most technical ever made.I remember the people saying WHERE IS THE SOUND.As you know there is no sound in space.I as a human being like your work.thanks sir your fan in maine,scott -- 12/23/96

Michael Resch (mresch@tpgi.com.au ) wrote:
Thanks for immortalizing Kubrick, at least on the net. America's greatest, if not the world's most original film maker. -- 12/23/96

Diego R. (sickboi@juno.com ) wrote:
Marvellous. I never thought there'd be so much info on the only director that ever mattered. sure, there's Fellini, and Goddard, a few others. But Kubrick is the the highest in filmmaking for his variety of subjects and genres. there's nothing i can say that hasn't been said, except maybe a little thank you to those that were kind enough to compile this vast database of kubrick notes. -- 12/24/96

Michael Bowe ( m_bowe@att.worldnet.net) wrote:
My father took me to see 2001 in 1968 in Holywood in Cinerama. He was a good man. Peter Sellers was a genius, His scenes in Lolita were apparently ad-lib? I'm really upset that the "Official" release of Lolita not only sucks in quality, but that Peter Sellers best monologues (best scenes of the movie, perhaps best scenes of his life) are not included. Scene 1, "Well we do a lot of things with my exces energy, I'll tell you one of the things we do, Thats JUDO, did you ever hear about that?" Its' really incredible, she's a green belt, I'm a yellow belt, thats the way nature made it. Anyway, she gets me into this sweeping ankle-throw, I go down with one helluva' bang, I just sort of lay there hovering between conciousness and unconciousness its great Ireallylovit. I have too much time on my hands. -- 12/24/96

fabrizio iotti (dno't have one ) wrote:
several of yours movie-shots are now no my desktop!! we're waiting for a new 'kubrik-way' movie!! -- 12/24/96

Jack J. McCue ( dragon@mail.commonlink.com ) wrote:
Thanks for putting up this board for a wonderful director!! -- 12/24/96

fargo ( nearnest@elbertonga.com) wrote:
great site for movie information -- 12/26/96

Orange Foote ( ) wrote:
I'm a fan of good movie making. Therefore I'm a fan of Mr. Kubrick. -- 12/26/96

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great ! thanks a lot -- 12/27/96

Heywood Floyd ( leland@southwind.net) wrote:
Mr. Kubrick, please do 3001: a final odyssey!!! -- 12/27/96

Gary McVey (gmcvey@AFI65.afionline.org ) wrote:
I've been a Kubrick fan for over thirty years. I was pleased to present the American Film Institute tribute to "2001" on its 25th anniversary on April 1, 1993, at the Uptown Theater in Washington, DC. Congratulations to all those who remembered Schnitzler's "Traumnovelle" from 1972-'73 speculation on SK's next project. -- 12/27/96

Bernard Moro ( bernard.moro@univ-fcomte.fr) wrote:
This is a great place to visit. I really appreciate Kubrick's works, esp. 2001, and I did not expect to find such a well-kept environment on the subject. My only regret is to have to wait until 20 Jan. to get to read the texts about thinking machines and Kubrick's interview. Keep up the good job, and again, congratulations. Bernard -- 12/28/96

Colin Johnson Andy Jones ( colinson@hotmail.com glamrock@hotmail.com) wrote:
Kubrick is crazy...............but aren't we all. His films are neat. -- 12/29/96

Michael Philip Kaufman (mpk@acm.org ) wrote:
What a fantastic page! I first saw 2001 during its initial release -- when I was eight -- and it affected me in a way no movie has before or since. To this day, it remains my favorite film. (Of course, Dr. Strangelove and Clockwork Orange are rather incredible as well.) Thanks for creating a site befitting these seminal works. -- 12/29/96

pat coffey (coffee@multiline.com.au ) wrote:
Interesting site and very well thought out. Really good links and loved the sound bites from 2001. -- 12/30/96

Hays Hitzing ( ellishays@aol.com) wrote:
Fantastic Site. I am a Kubrifile myself and really appreciate this type of resource. I am including a link to this site on my web page -- 12/30/96

Dave Darwwin (David_Darwin@msn.com) wrote:
I'm happy to see yet another well produced web site (re: Kubrick to boot)! It's exciting to find information on "Eye Wide Shut", and I hope to read more about the film on these pages. -- 12/30/96

Paolo Moretti (piemme@hotmaiL.com) wrote:
His movies will survive to the human race. Perhaps they are something like the net of fantasy. -- 12/31/96