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january through present, 1997

 


 

Space man (spacebloke@hotmail.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is a groovy tiger! -- 04/01/97

Tasos Georgakopoulos (tgeorg@eie.gr) wrote:
The first film of Kubrick I've seen was 2001. It is hard to tell which one of his films is the best since each one of them is unique and perfect. I was really stunned by Clockwork Orange (I've seen it about twenty times in the cinema) and when I first saw it I realised that cinema could be a real ART. 2001 on the other hand is one of the most important movies ever made and that is for one reason: "it directly penetrates your subconscious" as Kubrick himself used to say. That is what it did to me and I sincerely thank him for that. What I basicly admire in Kubrick is his ability to tell stories in a very different and absolutely personal way that nobody else could even mimic. It's definitely HIM.I eagerly expect his "AI" and I am sure that it will be one more extraordinary experiance for our senses... -- 04/01/97

VIVIAN REGAN (o6655321@hotmail.com) wrote:
love the site. It`s a beautiful tribute to the greatest filmaker who ever lived I`ll love to see some new informations about EWS soon as possible. -- 04/03/97

GW WELSH (gwwelsh@iukspock.iuk.indiana.edu) wrote:
I THINK THAT YOUR WORK BRINGS A SENSE OF REALITY IN ALL OUR LIVES. I DONT THINK YOUR GOD OR ANYTHING LIKE OTHERSSAY. INSTEAD I THINK THAT YOU ARE AS CONFUSED AS WE AREIN THE MEANING OF LIFE(42). YOU BRING TO ARE ATTENTION THAT LIFE IS NOT PREDICTABLE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR WORK.THANK YOU FOR SHARING. PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR THOUGHTS. -- 04/03/97

GW WELSH (gwwelsh@iukspock.iuk.indiana.edu) wrote:
I THINK THAT YOUR WORK BRINGS A SENSE OF REALITY IN ALL OUR LIVES. I DONT THINK YOUR GOD OR ANYTHING LIKE OTHERSSAY. INSTEAD I THINK THAT YOU ARE AS CONFUSED AS WE AREIN THE MEANING OF LIFE(42). YOU BRING TO ARE ATTENTION THAT LIFE IS NOT PREDICTABLE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR WORK.THANK YOU FOR SHARING. PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR THOUGHTS. -- 04/03/97

Paco Bueno (pbueno@euibbs.upv.es) wrote:
One of my favourites film makers, with Eric von Stoheim, Luis Bun~uel and Werner Herzog. Just great!A Stanley Kubrick spanish fan. :-) -- 04/04/97

Michael Letton (MLetton@I-O.com) wrote:
I must admit that I find Stanley to come closest to the late Andre Bazin's description of the auteur as director, in hiscontrol of the medium and his art. He is my hero/mentor,and thank you for "Paths of Glory". -- 04/04/97

DUSTY HILL (HILLZILLA@aol.com) wrote:
After viewing Stanley Kubrick's DR. STRANGELOVE I realized that you could protest and tear down past fundementals with a movie camera. Previous to viewing Kubrick's work, I had percieved motion pictures as a place for guns, tits,SEX, and drugs. "I'M GONNA GOUGE OUT YOUR EYES AND SKULLFUCK YOU!!!!" well....maybe I was right before! -- 04/04/97

Rob Lachance{Fellow Droog} (d41@ugrad.cs.ubc.ca) wrote:
I think alex is the coolest guy ever to walk the earth I think that I should have been one of his droogs -- 04/04/97

Markus Schneemann (schneema@icrf.icnet.uk) wrote:
SERIOUS recommendation for MUSIC for "Eyes Wide Shut":1996 CLubMix #2, CD2 + Josh Wink.KUBRICK chose cutting edge modern/fashionable music for 2001/A Clockwork orange/The Shining:Ligeti, Wendy Carlos -so let's go NINETIES (acid/house/techno)to enter "HIGHER STATES OF CONSCIOUSNESS".Cheers, Markus - 5.4.1997 -- 04/05/97

Alberto Sanjuan (alsanjuanma@logiccontrol.es) wrote:
Kubrick, para mi es un genio adelantado a su tiempo, siempre me han gustado sus pelÌculas. Mi interÈs por Kubrick, empezo en "Senderos de Gloria", donde las situaciones creadas se pueden trasladar a cualquier epoca y en cualquier escenario de la vida.Saludos desde Barcelona. -- 04/06/97

Alberto Vero
I¥m so excited about the fact that a brand new Kubrick film is on the way.But does somebody out there know when EWS is to be released in Europe?Is the shooting of the film done?If someone knows the answers to my questions,please sign them in! -- 04/06/97

Leonard Lipton (liptonl@abc.com) wrote:
I've been a serious Kubrick fan since seeing 2001 during its original reserved seat run in 1968, and this site (or, at least what I've seen of it so far) is a fitting tribute. I know I'll be spending a lot of time here and at many of the links...just as the man's work can be revisited over and over again, the same goes for this site. It's a fine piece of work. -- 04/06/97

Jeffrey "Mr. Bean" Villines (I don't have one, so go away you stupid pervert!) wrote:
Stanley's works are works of art. Hiscinematography is genius. I especially like the way that in most of his movies (maybe all, I'm not as famil-iar with it as my brother) he has no incidental music during dialogue, the director of "The Sting" uses the same method. I am shocked that he has never recieved an AcademyAward for Best Director. What do you expect from a group which nominates a movie about a talking pig for Best Picture and all but ignores Madonna's performancein "EVITA". (I am not a fan of Madonna, but I AM a fanof Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber.) Stay Hoopy, Stanley! -- 04/08/97

Cyrus Kapadia (crewchief@compuserve.com) wrote:
TARANTINO vs KUBRICK: I love them both. But talent is pretty easy to come by these days.. They say, and I agree, that one of the few ways to quantify an artist's rating is to judge his WHOLE body of work. Not just one or two "flukes", masterpieces or indeed mistakes.Mr. Kubrick has little (if anything!) left to prove. He is a film-making visionary, genius and a true artist, who has created a lifetime of masterpieces. Combine this with wisdom, intelligence, and a social conscience, and you have the recipe for a film god!Now for Mr. Tarantino... It's still early days for everybody's overnight sensation. He went straight to the juggler for us twenty and thirty somethings and I get the feeling that his confidence alone is enough to win him and Oscar, let alone his wonderful work. I guess some people would call him a postmodern wonder, and they may be right. His very unique brand of art dares to push the limits of film that little bit further, and like Kubrick, he doesn't (seem to) care what other think (a necessary quality for a good filmmaker). I am very interested, as is the rest of the world, what he will do next. We all hope he won't sell out. He must stick to 'his guns' (no pun intended), push push push and let his wonderful imagination take us all for some more roller coaster rides. But he must be very careful not to indulge. Or not to overindulge, should I say.I love the work of both Stanley Kubrick and Quentin Tarantino, but, at the moment, for different reasons and at different levels. -- 04/09/97

Cyrus Kapadia (crewchief@compuserve.com) wrote:
Perhaps someone could tell me, as I read Burgess' 'A Clockwork Orange' before I became (VERY!) interested in Kubrick, and lovel the novel, what Burgess' thoughts on the film were. Part of the point of the novel was to allow reader's sympathies to be increased by using non-emotive words in a 'foriegn' language, so we wouldn't hate Alex (in fact we would feel for him more, as it seems like a baby's language). When this is given a visual edge by making it into a film, isn't that tecnhique ruined due to actually being able to see the bad things he gets up to? I hope someone can put me straight as this (seemingly petite point - but important to me) has stopped me from seeing this film on principle! (Even though I am dying to and LOVE Kubrick's other work). -- 04/09/97

Anthony Nowosielski (Antneee@hotmail.com) wrote:
Mr. Kubrick, I just wanted to take the time to tell you that your workd fascinates me and I really enjoy watching and reading it. I think your a brillant artist and can't wait for your next piece of work. -- 04/09/97

Tom Leloup (Hagridden6@hotmail.com) wrote:
I don't know about all of you, but I was bloody impressed when I saw "A Clockwork Orange" for hte first time... Kubrick made such a good work that I had to see it two or three times more to be sure that I was keeping all the details in my mind... This movie is on the Top Three Ones I saw in my fuckin' short life...Long life to the Master -- 04/10/97

Ashim Shanker (axs281@psu.edu) wrote:
i know the answer to your question regarding the pictureof the old man and the man dressed as a dog, in the imageportion of your shining section on the kubrick site. have you read the book, the shining? this obviously wasn'texplained at all in the movie [i should know, i own it],but the old man is an old owner of the Overlook. you see,jack torrence was reading a scrapbook [which can be seen rightbeside the typewriter in some scenes] with newspaper clippings about the hotel and was going to use it to helphim write his play [i think....it's been a while]. during the party in the gold ballroom [the party where jack metgrady] there is a description in the book about people at the party. one in particular is the old owner of the overlook, who at the time, is playfully making a man in adog outfit do tricks. well, let's just say that in private,the owner liked to ask the dogman to do different "tricks".i don't think i have to spell out what was happening in thatscene, but i don't understand why that was put in the movie.well, i hope this has helped. your site is great, by the way. -- 04/10/97

Greg Barone (gregbarone@prodigy.net) wrote:
Here is a very thoughtful review of 2001 by Roger Ebert:http://www.suntimes.com/ebert/old_movies/space_odyssey.htmlBut if I may throw in my own two cents:Ebert seems to miss the significance of the monolith. It's simply a blank. A question mark. Literally a hole in the picture, as if cut out by giant scissors. Far more than just an inspiration to invent tools, the monolith inspires us to EVOLVE: ape, man, AI, angel. And at each step along the way, the monolith remains as enigmatic as it was to our primitive ancestors, as if we had not learned anything at all in 4 million years. No matter how great we become, the Universe will always dangle puzzles just barely out of our reach, and it is in response to that very challenge, that quest for an answer or a mountaintop or a God that we can never quite grasp, that we strive to become greater than we are. -- 04/11/97

Greg Barone (gregbarone@prodigy.net) wrote:
I'm somewhat irritated By Michelle Turner's comments in reference to her Kubrick biography, which I'll be sure notto read. OF COURSE Kubrick benefits from the talents of actors,novelists, composers, sound technicians, gaffers, grips, andall the other people who work hard to make a movie. Who eversuggested otherwise??? That in no way diminishes his talent as a director! It's an absurd remark. As for his personal life, unless Ms. Turner is accusing Kubrick of domestic violence (which she did not say), I don't see why his marital history is anyone's business. Anything to sell a book, I guess. -- 04/11/97

MR MILNE.A.
At last we meet, Stanley ol' friend. Just thought I'd pop in and tell you that you,ve done a fantastic job in keeping the attributes of young minds altered forever. p.s. I love you man. -- 04/13/97

Seth Staley (Shinning43@aol.com) wrote:
Just a loyal worshiper. -- 04/13/97

Trond Atle Johansen (tatle@hotmail.com) wrote:

HELP HELP HELP... anyone have a picture of Wendy Carlos (Walther Carlos) the Woman/man who wrote the music to "a clock work orange" -- 04/14/97

Ben L Edwards (kledpink@juno.com) wrote:
Good work on the site. Kubrick is a Demigod and all his filmsworth putting back into theaters. -- 04/14/97

SEAN GENTRY (dcoulte2@pop3.utoledo.edu) wrote:
great page. very indepth. -- 04/14/97

Josh K.H. (josh@worldcafe.com.my) wrote:
The films created by Stanley Kubrick is the greatest 'art'on planet earth... -- 04/16/97

Terje Hjartnes (terjehja@gudmund.vgs.no) wrote:
"A Clockwork Orange" is probably one of the best films ever made. -- 04/16/97

sean (seventhring@hotmail.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick has made many of my favoriet movies such as A Clockwork Orange, but i am still confused on why the 21st chapter was not included in the movie because it had a very twidsted ending but it also made u think. i would like to purchase a copy of A Clockwork Orange, so if anyone knows a web site that has the movie or knows where i can obtain one, please email me. in my opin my opinion Stanley Kubrick is one of the most creative film makers of our time. -- 04/16/97

Kousonsavon Ditthavong
Where Can I Find the Doom2 "cheat codes?" -- 04/17/97

chris j kapes
I am very glad to see a kubrick website. I've always admired his films. I have the forbodding that there will be a 2001 special edition sonn. Am I right? -- 04/17/97

Matt McCarthy (FatboyMatt@aol.com) wrote:
Kubrick is a great Director. His farsitedness, chanlengedonly by Terry Gilliam, has awed the film community andtaken the breath away from so many an audience. Lord ofyourself, I crown and mitre you! -- 04/17/97

Steven Slade (stevenslade@usa.net) wrote:
I haven't seen the whole site yet, but what I have seen is very cool! Keep it up. -- 04/18/97

Jimmie Draper (speed1@hotmail.com) wrote:
My favorite film is Full Metal Jacket. I have seen a film like it since. -- 04/18/97

Ben
I loved the clockwork orange. Even though I did shut it off the firts two times I've saw it. -- 04/21/97

Carla (kumquat@unm.edu) wrote:
I ended up at this page because I am doing a presentation for myAmerican Popular Culture about "The Shining" and needed more infoabout Kubrick...Danke! -- 04/22/97

David Antoine (Catcher696@aol.com) wrote:
I really begun to like Kubrick films after "Full Metal Jacket". I liked the film because of it's acting. It's shots. It was one of the best moviesI've ever seen. I also liked "The Shining" because of it's eerieness. -- 04/22/97

abie capitin (rlen@pidsnet.pids.gov.ph) wrote:
Greetings from the Philippines!!! Kubrick is just awesome....it's just too bad i don't have access to most of hisfilms...but a friend of mine was recently hired at the University of the Philippines Film Center...and guess what...they have Kubrick films!!!!Hurrah for me, i'll finally get to watch A Clockwork OrangeI was able to watch 2001, on T.V. (no kidding!!!) Boy wasI glad I couldn't sleep that night, and ended up channel surfingon our cable T.V.I hope that if a remake of A Clockwork Orange is being planned, it turns out as cool ar the original.I also loved the book.More power Kubrick fans!!! -- 04/23/97

Randolph Beverly, Jr. (rbeverly@ea.com) wrote:
Excellent site! -- 04/24/97

RK (Hacksmith@aol.com) wrote:
God bless you, Stanley Kubrick for the inspiration you give to all budding filmmakers. Just don't procrastinate so much! -- 04/25/97

Bob Dude Luckett
Growl! -- 04/25/97

Aaron Sandler (IndiBass5@AOL.com) wrote:
I have been inspired! -- 04/25/97

Aaron Sandler (IndiBass5@AOL.com) wrote:
I have been inspired! -- 04/25/97

Joey Gomez (ocv15896@udgserv.cencar.udg.mx) wrote:
---- I JUST DO NOT KNOW WHAT TO SAY STAN,I JUST LOVE WHAT YOU HAVE DONE TO THE EVOLUTION OF CINEMATOGRAPHY, AND I HOPE YOU LEAVE ME ONE LAST MOVIE TO SEE THAT HAS THE SAME EXCELENCEOF IMAGINATION IN SCI-FI, AND I WISH I COULD SEE OTHER DIRECTORS ACCOMPLISH WHAT YOU SUCCEEDED...AND I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF IN "A CLOCKWORK ORANGE","2001","THE SHINING" AND OTHERS YOU HAD MADE SOME DIRECTORS CUT DONE...ADIOS MAESTRO ! ! ! -- 04/26/97

Sim (brasseye@sprynet.co.uk) wrote:
Nice one ! -- 04/26/97

Jerry Stroup (jstroup460@aol.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is definitely the master, at moviemakeing...i give him a thumbs up on all the movies he has directed... i came into this database not knowing about 3 of his earliest movies, Fear and Desire, Killer's Kiss and The Killing... i have seen the rest, and look forward to Eyes Wide Shut and A.I. please catch as many Kubrick films as you can... he really is the best director of all!!! -- 04/27/97

Steve Whelan (roylin@HOTMAIL.COM) wrote:
I think Kubrick has been very misled. His films are generally slow and meaningless. And I don't say this because I'm ingorant of the art he is TRYING to get across. I'm not young nor old, nor hip nor boring. Just a regular intellectual person and I Kubrick's work doesn't do anything for most people. It's weird culty fringe stuff and quite frankly I don't understand what all this fuss is about. The Shining was a reasonable film in the horror gendre, but that's it! 2001 was to slow and dull to be a mainstream film. Just elitest rubbish. And, as I say, I do speak with some authority on this. -- 04/28/97

Steve Whelan (roylin@hotmail.com) wrote:
JOEY GOMEZ.... KUBRICK WAS NOT A CINEMATOGRAPHER YOU MORON! -- 04/28/97

Anine
Help!I have to make an analyse of "2001" by tomorrow!Ihave this test where I have to know everything about the connection between music and picture in that film... -- 04/28/97

Anine
Help!I have to make an analyse of "2001" by tomorrow!Ihave this test where I have to know everything about the connection between music and picture in that film... -- 04/28/97

Rex Yates
STEVE WHELAN!What is your major malfunction?You just haven¥t discovered that magic thing that are found in all of Kubrick¥s films.Take your time and watch"Clockwork" a couple of times,and you¥ll find it! Then you will be one of us! -- 04/28/97

Jens Bruhn (jeb@udd.fredersem.dk) wrote:
Thank you for a good page with a overview of K. -- 04/29/97

Steve Whelan (roylin@hotmail.com) wrote:
REX YATES YOU ARE A CONCERN FOR ME! Firstly, how do you know that I'm not Stanley E. Kubrick himself, just using the mask of the Internet to promote discussion on myself. Think about it for a second. Whether or not I am SK, I still 'regret' Clockwork as a film. It should never have been made. If you were half the thinker you claim to be, you would understand. If you don't then I'm afraid that you never will. 'SW'. -- 04/29/97

Brandon Rustad
I've enjoyed Kubrick movies like "2001", "A Clockwork Orange" and"Full Metal Jacket". And I think that he is one of America's most influential film makers because he makes films that no one else has the nuts to make. -- 04/30/97

Max Bach (BlueHead13@aol.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is one of my favorite directors of all time and a true cinematic genius. 2001 and A Clockwork Orange are the tops films of his on my list, but I must say, all of Kubrick's films are different and each are wonderful. -- 05/01/97

Matt Parks (Matthew_Parks@MSN.com) wrote:
Love the site? Has anyone read the new Kubrick biography by Vincent LoBrutto? -- 05/01/97

SERGEANT HARTMEN (Mggannon@aol.com) wrote:
I WILL GOUGE OUT YOUR EYES AND SKULL FUCK YOU -- 05/01/97

Rex Yates
Steve WhelanIf you are Stanley Kubrick using a disguise to promote discussion on the Internet.How come you¥re taking valuble time to do such a thing?I thought you were in the middle of the making of EWS.And with all the rumours floating around that both Keitel and JJ Leigh have left the set,should just made your days more busy!So dont bother discuss yourself on the web Stan!Just get the god damn film done!But I seriously don¥t think You are SK,Steve! -- 05/01/97

mICHAEL a. kRACHT (KRACHT@CROWN.ICONGRP.COM) wrote:
MY FAVORITE TWO FILMS IN THE WORLD ARE "A CLOCKWORK ORANGE"AND "2001' A SPACE ODDITY"! BE SURE TO DRINK UP ON YOUR MILLOKO!!!!!!!!!!!! -- 05/01/97

Anthony Collura (tcoll40437@aol.com) wrote:
Reading the comments regarding Kubrick,I don't think there is much to add.The first film of his that I saw was 2001 and I must say that it changed the way I looked at cinema.Kubrick has a rare talent to convert the visual image into a poetic form,something very few directors have ever been able to do. It is a shame that there are not more of his films to view but if you look at the great directors thru out history he is one of the few that has really never made a poor film. If he is not the greatest director of all time he is certainly one of the top five. -- 05/01/97

Nathan Higgo (SunKing78@aol.com) wrote:
I'm SINGGGGGING in the rain... -- 05/02/97

Choulesy of English fame
A great insight to the god of films. I'like to find out more on wether Kubrick (peace be upon him) has decided to take on the challenge of 3001. I'd also like to know if he has comment on Arthur C Clarke's obvious comparrison between HAL and IBM. (A,B,C,D... work it out.) I was wondering if there are any writtings on the web about Clockwork Oange being a sequell for Kubrick personally to 2001.(Chaos raining when mankind has controll and when he doesn't.) To date my fav film is shinning. Keep up the good work -- 05/02/97

Choulesy of English fame
Sorry for all the typo's -- 05/02/97

Lucais Sewell (Loosh187@aol.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is the messiah. period. -- 05/02/97

Christy (TREXC3) wrote:
Kubrick just amazes me. -- 05/03/97

Niklas Selander (selander@swipnet.se) wrote:
Im a big admirer of Stanley Kubrick and he has made a great artistic influence on me.He is the master in any way like: describing the feeling of distance, both in time and in space (2001); shows the disguisting cruelty of mankind (Clockwork Orange! and Full Metal Jacket); painting horror with red red bloodand creates a gooing mad-feeling (The Shining!) and also leave puzzling traces of something.......My only picture of a person, is the one with mr Kubrick on.Im realy very excited about the new movie he is making with Tom CRuise. I know it will be good, because Kubrick has touched it!Thank you, for the candy you bring us, mr Kubrick!!!!!!! -- 05/03/97

Martin Wilkins (MVW13@AOL.com) wrote:
Not much to say except I enjoyed Kubrick's films before I knew who -- 05/03/97

KDC 1989 (KDC 1989@aol.com) wrote:
Well I'm very impressed with the Kubrick movie guide and I have some Questions.Will Kubrick direct another movie in the near future?Will there be a Clocwork Orange 2? And where can I get a ton of Clockwork Orange pix? -- 05/03/97

dave sherman (diogenes@ma.ultranet.com) wrote:
Kubrick is god! -- 05/04/97

J.W. (LEGZ3@aol.com) wrote:
Just a quick note this time. This is a fantastic site, and it's a great pleasure visiting it. Two Questions: 1) Does anyone know where I can get a copy of Vivian Kubrick's "Making 'The Shining?'" (VHS, U.S.-compatible?) 2) Anybody ever notice how the transfer of power consistently occurs in bathrooms in Kubrick's films? Just think of LOLITA, STRANGELOVE, even CLOCKWORK, not to mention the obvious in FULL METAL JACKET? I'm not crazy, I just keep on noticing this. I'm sure there are many more such patterns, but I'll leave off with that today, and with congratulations on the site! -- 05/05/97

Maurice Alouf Moe... (VoltronX@aol.com) wrote:
Stan the man CWO is to be worshipped -- 05/05/97

David Antoine (Catcher696@aol.com) wrote:
Mr. Kubrick managed to pave a new way of format for the American Cinema. He created shots in the movie which are symbolic of importance. He created an era of nostalgia with a dark touch which have made his films some of the best ever made in cinema. He managed to keep the viewers interested in his films. In "The Shining", Kubrick deleted all the horror scenes and made the setting itself a horror scene. He used his own horror scenes in the human mind, making us think. I think Kubrick should be in the top 10 of A-List Directors. -- 05/05/97

Anna (ru0024@bf.orebro.se) wrote:
A Clockwork Orange is a great movie, I just love it! -- 05/06/97

Powelll Russia
To the World, My dupa crew is starting the invasion soon. I will take overthe world and all will bow to the smell of my powerful dupa!!!The only people who can stop me are BRICK and Gina Alberter. Smell my ass, POWELL (Pancini) -- 05/06/97

Powelll Russia
To the World, My dupa crew is starting the invasion soon. I will take overthe world and all will bow to the smell of my powerful dupa!!!The only people who can stop me are BRICK and Gina Alberter. Smell my ass, POWELL (Pancini) -- 05/06/97

eric ilisko (knomeboy@aol.com) wrote:
there was me ,that is alex, and my three droogs that is pete,gorgie,and dim, dim being the dimmest, sat around in the karova milk bar trying to make up our razoodocks what to do with the eveningmr. Kubrick you are the best director in the world all of your movies make sence to me i have learned some of the nadsat language and really have a kick confusing my friendsonce again thanks for all the moviesone of you biggest fanseric a.k.a alex -- 05/06/97

Nick Robbins
HHHHHEEEEERRRREEE"S JOHNNY!!!!! I just want to say this is a great site!!!!! So come and get one in the Yarbles, if you have any yarbles, you eunuch jelly though!!! -- 05/06/97

Nick Robbins
HHHHHEEEEERRRREEE"S JOHNNY!!!!! I just want to say this is a great site!!!!! So come and get one in the Yarbles, if you have any yarbles, you eunuch jelly though!!! 5/6/97 -- 05/06/97

J.E. Vizzusi / Producer / Director (csps@worldnet.att.net) wrote:
Terrific site! We must always give Mr. Kubrick ourrespect inside and outside the Industry of Picturemaking! We cannot become complacent to the new electronic (Visual Effects) Hollywood that contin-ues to Produce Pictures that have more to do with"The Deal" than the art and craft of the Filmmakingprocess! I request everyone see 2001 in its originalformat. Answer yourself, why does it play so welltoday? Easy answer: "Kubrick's shooting technics""I'm learning from his work".J.E. Vizzusi / Producer / DirectorOrlando Florida USAURL: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/FILMIT/ -- 05/07/97

'Nifer SkaF.I.S.H.
I'm glad to see that so many people are interested in such a gifted and talented director. Kubrick clearly has the ability to convey a social message without loosing the integrity of his storytelling. I'm only curious as to the average age group of Kubrick fans. -- 05/08/97

Teemu Tamiola (teemutam@sci.fi ) wrote:
hello !!!!!!your films are very very good... I like it -- 05/09/97

SR. DRILL SRGT. HEARTMAN (Mggannon) wrote:
I WILL GOUGE OUT YOUR EYES AND SKULL FUCK YOU -- 05/09/97

john (bobergjr@email.uc.edu) wrote:
..an amazing site for an amazing man...keep up the grrreat work!!!......stan is the man......whatever and ever...amen... -john -- 05/09/97

Aaron C. Anderer (anderer@ecst.csuchico.edu) wrote:
This site is really a treasure chest of info. The design is alsoquite snappy. Keep up the good work. -- 05/11/97

Tharan Silvers (TSilv@aol.com) wrote:
Great site! Great director! Bollocks to all rabble-rousers! -- 05/11/97

Dennis So (angel@hphkae0.hkg.hp.com) wrote:
This is a very nice, great site.I have only watched the 2001 , the clockwise orange and shining.The kubrick's site design is very well to express the fellingthat the movie sent. -- 05/12/97

Monkey Boy (benfontaine@videotron.ca) wrote:
My friends now call me Monkey Boy cuz of 2001 but what do they know!! All I have to say is KUBRICK IS GOD!!! -- 05/12/97

jess (don't have one) wrote:
Great page But not what i was looking for -- 05/12/97

Scot Shelley
I saw 2001 when I was about 16 and for the first time understoodwhat art was. It had a profound effect on me. It remains my favoritefilm and Kubrick is the greatest director alive by far. Other favoritesof mine: Lolita and Barry Lyndon. I like Clockwork Orange, althoughit disturbs me, as it should. Oddly enough, I've never been able to appreciate Dr. Strangelove. I've seen it several times and justgenerally "don't get it". -- 05/12/97

gabriele lunati & franco zabagli (100331.2662@compuserve.com) wrote:
Mr Kubrick, sarý un capolavoro. Fiduciosi aspettiamo! -- 05/12/97

Michelle Turner (Michelle.G.Turner.m.cc.utah.edu) wrote:
Apparently there has been a misunderstanding regarding my comments on the visitors guestbook (3/24/97) What I meant to write was: I have just finished READING the latest biography of Kubrick by Vincent Lobrutto. To all those Kubrick fans who have emailed me during the past month: My apologies, but I am not writing a biography of Stanley Kubrick. However, I stand by my comments. Very few visitors on this site are female, which I think is an interesting fact in and of itself. Furthermore, I do not separate a man's professional and personal behavior. Anyway, I would not be visiting the Kubrick multimedia film guide if I weren't a Kubrick fan. I believe in critical discussion not hero worship. -- 05/13/97


Note from the Webmaster:
I believe that Ms. Turner's comment that "very few" vistors to this site are female is a rash generalization and just not true. Over 100,000 visitors have traversed these pages and only a small percentage of them actually sign this guestbook.

Ms. Turner's opinions are valid but Kubrick's personal life are not the object of this site however his body of work is. To generalize and assume that since Kubrick is accused in an unauthorized biography of treating his former wife poorly translates into all Kubrick researchers to be male is clearly illogical and insulting. Also, in reference to the 3/24 comments, a director's vision is captured by the various crew, not the other way around.


David Lindner (mbga4djl@fs4.eng.man.ac.uk) wrote:
What can you say?? The man is a genius...buy him a beer!! -- 05/13/97

Dr. Strangschlong
I've never seen the movie, however I intend to with the next three or four weeks. -- 05/13/97

Rick Phillips (pimpassg@aol.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is the greatest movie maker of all time!He is a straight G. I can't wait for AI to come out! -- 05/14/97

Matt Brown (mbrown1@bayou.com) wrote:
I just wanted to say that I have been surfing for a whilenow and you have one of the neatest and just generally wellconstructed sites on the web. I am a big Kubrick fan andwas wondering if he was going to make any more movies, andfor that matter, what movies had he made in the past. This site is great.Thanks Matt -- 05/16/97

Megan Foster (mhfoster@mtco.com, mhfoster@artsci.wustl.edu) wrote:
nice to know there are other kubrick nuts out there. life would not be the same with out 2001 and of course, dr. strangelove.why did kubrick choose tom cruise and nicole kidman for his next movie? huh?i guess that's it. "we'll meet again..."megan. -- 05/16/97

Christian Fisher
Well, hello me drooges, I want to congratulate the master behing all this ultra-violence and 'hardee, har, har" material, Mr. Stanley Kubrick. In closing, I want to encourage everyone out there to keep smilin'. "I'm singin' in the Rain, Just singin' in the Rain", A good tolchok to a simpka keeps the glazzies nice and fixed like. -- 05/16/97

Raffi Handian (urhandian@cc.memphis.edu) wrote:
I'm greatly anticipating Stanley's EWS and AI.I hope it's one last run at the Oscars he deserves, -- 05/16/97

Greg Barone
Here's some nifty posters for EWS:http://www.proliber.com/kubrick/ -- 05/16/97

paulwedel (umwedelp@cc.umanitoba.ca) wrote:
i'm so tired of waiting! late fall 1997? early 1998? i can only watch 'full metal jacket' so many times before i needa new kubrick fix. -- 05/17/97

Erik VANDEBOSCH (erik.vandenbosch@skynet.be) wrote:
<>. I don't know how many times I said this sentence when I tought photography during the cessions of the Royal Photo-Club of Liege. Indeed, if you watch this film (from the scene of the duel : a travelling that generates perfectly balanced images centimeter by centimeter, or inch by inch, to the final scene, where the light is king), you find everything : composition, lighting, etc...As far as technique is concerned, Kubrik is really one of the greatest. Other factors has to be considered in a more subjective way : I was a little bit disappointed by "Shining" for the same reasons that made me enthusiastic with "Barry Lindon". The movie was too perfect. The images were too nice. I saw a groovy picture, but I'm still waiting to be scared. I think that a little add-on of vulgarity is necessary to achieve a terror movie. And putting the word "Vulgarity" next to the name of Kubrik is the best example of oxymore I can imagine.Anyway, I spent a good time watching this film : the prestation of Nicholson was fantastic and the images of the so-named "Overlook" were startling. So I prefer to be (relatively) disappointed with Kubrik than to be satisfied with some other film-makers. -- 05/17/97

Mel (MELPROFIT1@aol.com) wrote:
I never thought of Kubrick as one of my favorite directors until I realized that many of my favorite films where directed by him. Namely, A Clockwork Orange and The Killing. So I guess I love Kubrick and your site, pal. -- 05/18/97

Ken Borek (dragoivan@aol.com) wrote:
I believe Stanley Kubrick is one of the greatest directors of all time. My personal favorite movie is "A Clockwork Orange". I shall never forget the first day I viewed this movie. I am not ashamed to admit I became obsessed with this movie. The visionary approach Kubrick utilized in this movie, not to mention the plot was the furthest thing from commonplace and contemporary, had an enormous effect on me. I could not speak about any other movie but Clockwork. All of his other films are outstanding achievements as well. I am elated to the fact that he is working on a new movie. Thank you for having this site available! It is magnificent! Any other droogies out there, please feel free to E- Mail me. -- 05/18/97

Brian Judd (bjudd@seattleu.edi) wrote:
Kubrick is an absolute genius. I am bummed that I was not alive in the sventies to see some of his best work first hand. Well, I was alive, for three years but, a little too young to see a Kubrick film -- 05/19/97

Nick Cardona (nicardo@one.net) wrote:
I am stunned by some of the comments I've read here. One of the best, most gifted, hardest-working, brilliant director/film-makersEVER remains totally unappreciated by the cinematically unenlight-ened! Too bad for them that they can't see the genius of his awesome body of work. Even if you see one of his movies decadeslater, they age comparatively well. (Maybe not "Dr. S.")You can still enjoy their multi-leveled, often subtle beauty. Healways uses excellent actors, and each film is talked about for years. Not many directors in this category. His work will bestudied and enjoyed for years to come. I look forward to hisfuture films, for each one is just what a movie should be,whether everybody likes it or not, if you ask me.(Apology to L.G-W.) -- 05/20/97

Adam Boardman (N/A) wrote:
I am doing a presentation on Kubrick right now for film class and this page was a huge helpWell put together, and very cool -- 05/20/97

Nicola
That's all OK! -- 05/21/97

Schmails (cderosa@hotwire.net) wrote:
Hey .. Like the discussion groups. -- 05/22/97

Sabrina Binkley
It's nice to see so many people enjoy the genuis. -- 05/22/97

Rayanna Willitts
(AKA) Stanly Kubrick's mistress... one can only hope to vask in the glory of his mind through his conpelling and insightful films.I hold a secret love affair with every film that ever had the honor of his touch. -- 05/22/97

David Antoine (Catcher696@aol.com) wrote:
I hope Kubrick does his epic on Napolean like he was going to. I like the fact that he picks the most smallest books and makes them something that they really should be. He gains notice for these books. I am a Kubrick fan and I hope he continues to make more films in the future and I hope I get the honor of working with him someday because films will be my major. -- 05/22/97

Charles Ravussin (meisterk@geocities.com) wrote:
How can I find the words?Stanley Kubrick is the essence of filmmaking. He is the absolute reference for all those who want to become filmmakers.Sadly, he is one of the last living geniuses living on earth. His is near 70. Let's hope he will have the time (and the energy) to make AI, which will be the most astonishing motion picture of all time.Trust me on this. -- 05/23/97

S¯ren BÊkgaard
Stanley Kubrick.... what can you say other than his one ofthe best filmmakers in the hole world - probely the best.Here in all the eximent I'm a bit sad, becaurs I haven't seen all his films yet, (I'm just 16 years old) only four. There among "2001: A Space Odessy", which I wrote about in my last essayand I got a 10. And it's one of the finest mark you can get inDenmark - Thanks Stanley -- 05/25/97

Mark C. Butler (butler99@mail.idt.net) wrote:
First of all, this is a very thorough and informative site and it is very much appreciated. Secondly, I am glad to see opinions by other Kubrick fans. As a very young child I remember seeing Spartacus on TV (I know TV is not where Kubrick should be experienced but I was just a kid) and to this day I vividly remember scenes from that film. Even though it was executive produced by Kirk Douglas and obviously was a vehicle to highlight himself, Kubrick still presented the audience with visually stunning images, especially in the gladiator school and in the arena. It was 2001, and in particular, A Clockwork Orange that cemented my admiration for Kubrick as a cinematic genius. A personal word of criticism, though. The Shining stands by itself as an incredibly horrorific film. But since I had read the book first I felt that too much artistic license was taken with the story. This might have been a studio decision, however, and not Kubrick's idea. His films, nevertheless, are among the richest and most complex of any film director in history. As an amateur student of film I look forward to any information I can obtain on this man and his work -- 05/26/97

Tomas Pilato (tpilato@ac-nice.fr) wrote:
hello first let me tell you i love your site !! i m running a french web site about Stanley Kubrick and it would be nice from you to link it :-) I've already linked yours thanks :)the Url is Kubrick's in this site there're Lolita, Strangelove, 2001, Clockwork, lyndon, shining, full metal jacket, and EWS infos :-)Keep on Runnin such a nice web site :) -- 05/26/97

Steve Salisbury (HorNetSS2@aol.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is by far the best filmmaker in history. In my opinion he is a genius and all of his movies are a work of art. As a young filmmaker myself, I hope to one day capturethe minds and emotions of the audience in the way he does. -- 05/27/97

655321 (EZEKIAL251@aol.com) wrote:
ACO KIcks ASS!!!!!!!!Kubrick is an absolute Fu**ing genious. I loved what he did with the shining. Kubrick has gone that extra step in bringing on a classic like clockwork orange that will live forever. Some people, threatened by stan, think his work in ACO was terrible and vuler. they dont understand and they SUCK. -- 05/27/97

SEAN YEATTS (sean.yeatts@usa.net) wrote:
This is a great website dedicated to a great filmmaker.I have been a great admirer of Stanley Kubrick's works, and he isone of the few auteors who have greatly influenced me to go into film direction(I am 16 years old). "A Clockwork Orange", "Dr.Strangelove", "Spartacus", and "2001" still are among my favoritefilms. -- 05/27/97

Justin Meucci (Murphy57@juno.com) wrote:
I've enjoyed every minute I've spent on you'r lovely, and captivating site. It is absoloutly beautiful to see someone pay homage to the greatest director of all time, Mr. Stanley Kubrick. I've seen every one of his films and I have always been stimulated and captivated by them. Thank You so much for the lovely web site. -- 05/27/97

beat (alias420@aol.com) wrote:
Kubrick is one ofthe most powerful filmmakers in history and his use of the camera is very unique, and an inspiration to the new genreation of filmmakers, the word i would like to describe our generation as the Cinemestrians. And on this site i have found a home, and it's an open home to all Kubrick fans.I just wanna say thanks to Kubrick for his films and thanks to the creators of this site, HOME -- 05/28/97

Steven Robertson (SDR2001) wrote:
It was 2001 a space odyssey when I first saw a Kubrick movie. That film was special to me for many reasons. It makes me actually think more than any other film. It is different every time. I am also a huge fan of Arthur C. Clarke's other novels= 2010, 2061, and the latest and last in the series 3001. Without Stanley Kubrick's brilliant film, my interest in film would be gone. 2001 is a movie that reminds me how movies can be a wonderful experience. I also admire Stanley Kubrick's other films too, especially the brilliant PATHS OF GLORY. That film is so powerful and moving. No other film shows the absurdity of war in such a disturbing story than PATHS OF GLORY. I would like to comment on this wonderfull web site. I am here almost everyday and it is so exciting to see. To all Kubrick fans, I would like to recommend the new biography, STANLEY KUBRICK A BIOGRAPHY by Vincent Lombratto. Keep up the good work. -- 05/28/97

anthony bustamonte (gulp@elwha.evergreen.edu) wrote:
Pure delight is Dr. Strangelove. It even surpasses a day at the beach with a frozen hot-dog. -- 05/28/97

michael cohen (bakol@aol.com) wrote:
i admire stan's close attention to detail in all of his films. as film is a medium that can sustain sound, story, image and weave it together with an individual director's vision, i think this director makes the best use of what he's got. i love the sounds... the grating noises in the shining, and the tracking shots. i love the feeling you get from watching a movie with details that fit. keep it up, kubrick. -- 05/29/97

Dianne McElroy (GeekGirl 3@aol.com) wrote:
I loved Clockwork Orange. It is one of my favorite movies. In my opinion it is one of the best films ever made. Clockwork Orange is the only movie i have seen by Stanley Kubrick, but i have seen the greatness he is capable of. I cant wait to see more! -- 05/31/97

John Costello (amynjohn@ix.netcom.com) wrote:
I have known that Stanley Kubrick is one of the few filmmakersever to know the true meaning of the term "motion picture"since I was seven years old. My grandfather, bless his soul, was a retired U.S. Marineand construction worker who had taken up photography in his later years, after developing a taste for movies during his travelsaround the world. He, my father, and I, saw "2001" six or seventimes on its original release. Even then, I was "dreaming eyes wide open", to quote Fellini . Thank you, George Lorman, andthank you, Stanley Kubrick -- 05/31/97

Joe (dudley_do_wrong@hotmail.com) wrote:
....a truly interesting site! This page echoed distinctly the emotion and love you have for Stanley Kubrick. I was interested in checking out some of Kubrick's lesser-known films, and this site provided me with an excellent overview of all of the brilliant films Kubrick has done over the years! -- 06/01/97

SEXY SADIE (rylvsme@aol.com) wrote:
HELLO DANNY...........come and play with us -- 06/01/97

Richie Sinkovitz (RichSink@aol.com) wrote:
The first Kubrik film I saw was a clockwork orange and ever since I have been hooked. I would rent one amzing movie after not realizing it was a kubrick film unitil I watched the opening credits. And man I knew i was in for a treat -- 06/02/97

j greene (monty201) wrote:
a fine tribute to the master himself....chose your paths of glory wisely -- 06/02/97

Devin Connelly (connelly@cyburban.com) wrote:
I am only 12 but have seen Dr. Stranglelove, Clockwork Orange, 2001: Space Oddysey, and The Shining and I really like his films a lot so there. -- 06/03/97

Curtis Caldwell () wrote:
LOVED IT!!!!!! -- 06/03/97

Craig Larson (dalek@vax1.mankato.msus.edu) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick has paved the soil of the movie industry withhis mighty plow of individualism. The new movie, Eyes Wide Shut sounds very interesting. I read the part about how Kubrick andthis other guy were watching some pornos in the '60s and after-wards, he said how it would be nice to do it all with better equipment and add a story to it. I think it's a wonderful idea.Funny thing is the other day I was speculating a 70mm porno film.This is after I saw Kenneth Branagh's HAMLET in 70mm. Kubrickfilm on!-Craig -- 06/04/97

Dominic Corby
Dr Strangeglove, Full Metal Jacket and 2001, three of my favourites.DId you catch The Killing on TV las saturday, knovks the pants off Resevoir Dogs -- 06/04/97

M.L.Jensen (http://I DON"T HAVE ONE>COM) wrote:
I am really looking forward to the new film to come and hope it gets great reviews. -- 06/04/97

Ken Harris (kharri3@tiger.towson.edu) wrote:
What film are you refering to when you say AI. I know all about Eyes Wide Shut, or at least that it'scoming. I don't know much about the plot though. Can anyone help me with my Kubrick ignorance. Cool Web Site!!! -- 06/04/97

bob (Blue T148) wrote:
It's been way too long between movies. Full was ten years ago. What's he waiting for. I'm not thrilled that his next film will be with Mr. & Mrs. Cruse. That means that IA will hit the theaters in 2010. -- 06/06/97

Butch (Liquidass_draino@mindspring.com) wrote:
Kubrick's films are like poetry, that directly penetrate the cerebal cortex and present many thought provoking ideas on human desiny and nature. -- 06/06/97

Jeffrey McLane (mclane.pia@phillnews.com) wrote:
Visionary, literary, unique, difficult, passionate - kubrick films. -- 06/06/97

ron (jeter33@aol.com) wrote:
How do I get the audio of Kubrick yelling atShelley Duvall ?thanx -- 06/07/97

D. Bruce Jakubowski (OBHIT3@SNET.NET) wrote:
You have to be a bit twisted to really appreciate Kubrick. I enjoyed your site. -- 06/08/97

Juliana-Patricia (leilany@metalliton.gr) wrote:
i believe S.Kubrik is one of the best directors ever excisted!!!i wish he'd never stop making films like 2001 and the clockworkorange and full metal jacket...it's people like himself who makeme believe there are good chances of watching something good on tv...or else i would have thrown the damned machine right outof the window...for he was the one who took my favorite heroout of the book and gave him flesh,as well as that mean look ofthe exceptional Malcolm McDowell!!!! Thanx for filling my nights with agony,compassion,love,painunderstanding and all those real human things that keep overflowingmy tv screen whenever i watch your masterpieces.... You won't ever be forgotten..I'm sure of that!!! Juliana-Patricia.... -- 06/09/97

Juliana-Patricia (leilany@metalliton.gr) wrote:
i believe S.Kubrik is one of the best directors ever excisted!!!i wish he'd never stop making films like 2001 and the clockworkorange and full metal jacket...it's people like himself who makeme believe there are good chances of watching something good on tv...or else i would have thrown the damned machine right outof the window...for he was the one who took my favorite heroout of the book and gave him flesh,as well as that mean look ofthe exceptional Malcolm McDowell!!!! Thanx for filling my nights with agony,compassion,love,painunderstanding and all those real human things that keep overflowingmy tv screen whenever i watch your masterpieces.... You won't ever be forgotten..I'm sure of that!!! Juliana-Patricia.... -- 06/09/97

Alex De Large (v0165djf@solent.ac.uk) wrote:
How now my young droogies! I was just tolchocking some young devotchka and getting ready for a bit of the old in-out; when what should I spy? I could hardly believe me glazzies, an internet site devoted to me old droog in arms mr Kubrick!. Well I started coming over all strange like and I could feel me gulliver grow somewhat lighter as I basked in the pages of this wonderful thing. It was nearly as good as listening to the glorious ninth. Needless to say, oh my brother, I enjoyed every second of it but it is a shame that the facilities in the establishment that I find myself do not permit your fellow droogie from watching the films or listening to the sounds. Maybe my brothers, it is just as well as I still think back real horrorshow like, to the days I spent in the hospital with me glazzies pinned open and the sound of the doctors smecking and gavorting at your humble droog and brother. Anyways, bedways is bestways now so best I go homeways and get some spatchka. Viddy well! -- 06/09/97

Nigel COLQUITT (jomel@enterprise.net) wrote:
The little boy on the tricycle thunders along the corridors of thatempty hotel. We only hear the wheels of his tricycle making thateerie noise. The tricycle stops abruptly, the little boy's face istwisted with absolute terror, ahead of him stand the ghosts ofthe twin girls silent and unmoving staring back at him. I cannotthink of any scene in any other movie that scared the hell outof me like that one scene did. Stanley K. you are the greatestyour films never age, seen them all . -- 06/10/97

Ron Liggett (430150628@worldnet.att.net) wrote:
As a Marine who trained in the Vietnam era, I can attest to the authenticity of FMJ's boot camp scenes. Kubrick always brings the best out in his actors, scenes and scripts. He has taught all of us just how powerful a motion picture can be. -- 06/10/97

John Murlowski (Balzer13@AOL) wrote:
Does anyone out there know how to get a hold of a copy of the Shining Video? -- 06/11/97

John Murlowski (Balzer13@AOL) wrote:
Does anyone out there know how to get a hold of a copy of the Shining Video? -- 06/11/97

Thea (moondance@juno.com) wrote:
As a Woman who loves Kubrick, I'd just like to say keep up the good work!His movies instill in me a sense of awe, which-to date- is the closest I've come to being spirtualBravo! -- 06/11/97

Joel Salinas (jsalina@tiger.lsu.edu) wrote:
The first movie I saw was Full Metal Jacket, i have to admit that this is the best war movie ever made. After that I got to see A Clockwork Orange and I MUST say that this is my favorite movie, i've seen it like 10 times and i still laugh at the same jokes, STANLEY IS THE MAN!!!!!!!! -- 06/12/97

Markus Haupt (mahaupt@metronet.de) wrote:
Just great. He really is the master. -- 06/12/97

OPAMP
Stanley Kubrick is definately a genius. 'The Shining' has to be the best horror film ever made in a genre full of cheap, special-effects ridden junk. True genius, however, is rarely recognized. Kubrick doesn't get one-tenth the recognition than directors with a fraction of his talent. -- 06/12/97

Serkan Þekercio•lu (Paramatik@mildergi.com.tr) wrote:
Kubrick is the one of the greatest movie maker. It's a great pleasure to see his movies and visit your site. -- 06/13/97

Lilly Santana (Lsant1@aol.com) wrote:
Woody Allen once said that 90% of life is just showing up.Mr. Kubrick you have certainly made the most of your 10%.Please keep it up. -- 06/14/97

marisa privitera (mars@massart.edu or kjordan@mfa.org) wrote:
if you email me at the kjordan address please put my name in the subject. this web page is set apart from the rest. very informative. -- 06/15/97

paolo (p.penza@agora.stm.it) wrote:
The only thing I prefer to a night with my girlfriend is a Stanley Kubrick's movie!!! -- 06/15/97

paolo's girlfriend
The only thing I prefer to a night with my boyfriend... is a night with SK, watching... A CLOCKWORK ORANGE!!! -- 06/15/97

Jim Mizerock (JMizerock@aol) wrote:
Like many of the other sign ins, I to was first taken by Kubricks masterywhen I first saw 2001 in the early 70's. Right now I'm reading the new biography and it's great. Of course I can wait for EWS. Ten years is too long to wait. He is THE MASTER. I saw 2001 -- 06/15/97

Ivano & Barbara (i.nati@linknet.it) wrote:
Good Afternoon, gentlemen, we're 2 HAL 9000 computers. We became hooked on Kubrick in 1968, thanks to 2001. We're feeling much better now! -- 06/16/97

J.H. Roberts (lord.vader@worldnet.att.net) wrote:
What a great site. I come back here all the time. Keep up thtgood work! -- 06/17/97

Russell S (Lindah@axionet.com) wrote:
Has anyone heard anything about the state of Eyes Wide Shut? Is the shooting complete? Is it rough cut? Is it finished? How is Kubrick scoring the film? Anyone know? -- 06/17/97

lidster (lidtam@hotmail.com) wrote:
I'm doing a research essay on the body of works of Stanley Kubrick, he's a fascinating man. I recently watched A Clockwork Orange, do people appreciate what a fantastic director he really is, it takes bloody intelligence to be able to direct like him. I advise anyone studying film to research Stanley Kubrick if you are given the chance. -- 06/18/97

Passive Observer (j.weigel@worlnet.com) wrote:
Kubrick provides such a sorbering view into our universe. . .he creates a galatic high that never comes down -- 06/18/97

Robert C. Finn
I really like Stanley Kubrick films and my fav is CWo -- 06/19/97

Thad Tierney (ptierney@bmi.net) wrote:
Thanx for the Eyes Wide Shut page on thissite. Far Out! Did any of you hear the NPRnews report on Eyes Wide Shut rumors? Ionly heard about it second hand, thusI would love to get a transcript of the broadcast.(I feel bad about being a Kubrick hound ie wantingto know beyond the little info on his new film. I just enjoy his work so much I can't help it.) I needa twelve step program. -- 06/19/97

c.l. palios (clpalios@hotmail.com) wrote:
i went to the Clockwork Orange page and to my surprise they were not available!! i waited and waited and still i waited...but the sounds never came....I liked the site but i just want to say that it should run at its full potential. it was all a tissue of lies...!! -- 06/20/97

c.l. palios (clpalios@hotmail.com) wrote:
i went to the Clockwork Orange page and to my surprise they were not available!! i waited and waited and still i waited...but the sounds never came....I liked the site but i just want to say that it should run at its full potential. it was all a tissue of lies...!! -- 06/20/97

opamp
does anyone know where i can get a free copy of CWO or Shining? There are lots of copies of FMJ and 2001 floating around, but none of the others mentioned. Thanks -- 06/21/97

Ted Rae
Kubrick was one of my earliest inspirations, and his example is somewhat the catalyst for my perfectionistic nature in my work in motion picture visual effects. He inspired me to be a filmaker 24 years ago. Visiting this site makes me ask myself: "What the heck is taking you so long?" -- 06/22/97

Vince Ciamarra (vincia1@aol.com) wrote:
As you certainly already know, your site is a well respected reference place for kubrick info. I'm trying to locate a copy of the making of the shining but am coming up empty. If you or any one of your readers have any information, please e-mail me. Will pay $$$$ for a copy. -- 06/22/97

Gustav Rydell (gurra@mbox303.swipnet.se) wrote:
It's good that the bet director in the world get attention on the net. -- 06/24/97

Aaron B. Smith (asmith39@calvin.edu) wrote:
After almost completing Lobrutto's bio on Kubrick He still remains a mystery,aloof and brilliant. Though the book is interesting and filled with trivia itstill offers little about how exactly Kubrick creates his films. How exactlyhe takes a novel and makes it a script. How exactly he sets up a shot, how exactly he has a family and the status of world class director all at once. -- 06/24/97

Todd Arndt (toddee@apk.net) wrote:
I have been a Kubrick fan since I first seen A Clockwork Orange. That movie has to be one of the best of all times. He needs to get more movies like that released today. -- 06/25/97

thom osburn (thomos@mindspring.com) wrote:
last year the smithsonian/national registry film board brought prints of Lolita, Dr. stangelove & 2001 to Atlanta's High Museum. I was able to attend the latter two.You have never seen strangelove until you have seen it with an audience as rabid as that one was! Indescribable!I was married for 5 1/2 years (this ended 3 years ago) and one time about 6 years ago we were watching Strangelove off of Cinemax. The film had been on about 20 minutes and she looked at me and asked, "So when does it get funny? I thought that this was a comedy!"I am sure that she will not offer comment about the telling of this story as she will never hear nor care about your webpage!!Thanks for allowing me to share a precious moment. -- 06/25/97

T. Gambale (TPGambale@aol.com) wrote:
Your Site is amazing !! It is a wonderful tribute to one of the greatest,yet i feel,still underrated directors of our time. -- 06/27/97

Jaime Monroy (jaimes@telcel.net.ve) wrote:
one of my favorite directors ever, his film a clorkwork orange is great. a latin american fan.... -- 06/28/97

Russell S (Lindah@axionet.com) wrote:
For those interested, I've found a web site with more information on Eyes Wide Shut. The address is www.corona.bc.ca/films/details/eyeswideshut -- 06/29/97

Lucas Gonzaga (bandini@conex.com.br) wrote:
hi i¥m a student of cinema in brasil and knowing the work of this incredible director, i will be more preparated to direct a movie, sorry about my english and thank you for kubrick for all this great movies and thanks for the creator of this page -- 06/29/97

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Like the movies especially 2001, If you want to see what kinds of songs this can inspire check out "champion birdwatchers" at http://www2.thefuture.net/greefam -- 06/29/97

Russell S (Lindah@axionet.com) wrote:
A slight correction: To find the web site with the information on Kubrick's new film Eyes Wide Shut please dial --------> www.corona.bc.ca/films/details/eyeswideshut.html -- 06/30/97

Dan Radomski (dradomski@aol.com) wrote:
Superb Website. Very enjoyable. Like everyone else, Kubrick is one of my favorite directors. FYI, the Vincent LoBrutto biography was very good and thanks for the link to DGA which had the text to Kubrick's acceptance speech for the DW Griffith award. I wonder if the BBC sells copies of the "Making of the Shining" directed by Kubrick's daughter Vivian? -- 06/30/97

Myke Lewis (RLewis2492 @ aol.com) wrote:
Welly, welly, welly, well!! I am on the Kubrick Multimedia Film Guide homepage...evidence of the old glazzies. Kubrick is a master in his own time and for the rest of time...And as for Clockwork...I think it's one of the best movies ever made!! My parents hate it (even though my father admits watching it a few times "in college"...), but what to parents know anyway?Long live Alex DeLarge 655321 and all of Kubrick's creations!!VIVA LA KUBRICK!!! -- 06/30/97

Ooman Gag (d_avocado@hotmail.com) wrote:
I have a great deal of admiration for your work, Patrick J. Larkin . You have provided a fine exampleof internet usage. -- 07/01/97

Nelson Cabrera (FirstADdga@aol.com) wrote:
Great web. I will include it on my Web as a cool link. www.filmmakersconnection.com -- 07/05/97

stefano landini (stenli@tin.it) wrote:
Hello I'm a short film director graduated at CSC ( Nat'l Italian Film School). Please visit my site http://space.tin.it/spettacolo/slandini if you want to know more. As you certainly know, the Master will receive the Golden Lion for his career during next Venice Film Festival. I'll be there cause i'm just starting my HUGE documentary about HIM. The shooting will go on next in London and probably in US, maybe for YEARS (in the meantime I'll shoot other fiction shorts and my first feature film). We're just contacting ACTORS, TECHNICIANS, FRIENDS, PEOPLE who had got in touch with HIM all around the world. If you want to help me giving addresses, contacts or collaborating every way, I'll be grateful. Hope you'll understand how much this will be important. Stefano Landini -- 07/07/97

Claire van 't Groenewout (fiat@worldonline.nl) wrote:
I'm doing scientific research into various mise-en-scene aspects of Kubrick's "Clockwork Orange" for the University of Nijmegen, Holland. Is there anyone who can help me with (finding) information about Kubrick's choices for (for example) setting, costume and make-up, lighting, figure expression and movement etc. All suggestions would be more than welcome !! -- 07/08/97

Kristian Krokfoss
Hi there! You have put together an excellent link about the genius who is the best director ever!!! I`m 15 years old, and most my friends find Kubrick`s films boring and stupid. Two of my closest friends,on the other hand, are also big fans, and we seem to be the only ones interested. (Hi, Trond and Michael.Djon!) Go, Kubrick!!!!! Go!!!!!! -- 07/14/97

Scott "droog" (woodfield@southcom.com.au/~woodfield/) wrote:
ALL I WANT TO SAY IS "A CLOCKWORK ORANGE" STILL RATES AS ONE OF THE GREATEST PICTURE I HAVE EVER WITNESSED. I SAW IT WHEN I WAS GOING TO COLLEGE AND IT CHANGED MY LIFE CONSIDERABLY. For those of you who are still reading this, I was astounded at all the comments on this page from Web users. It just shows the universal appeal that Kubrick has generated through his career. I live in Tasmania, yes that's right it does actually exist... and before you ask, NO we do not have kangaroos and Tasmanian Devils running everywhere. However where I live there are a number of Tssie devils and wallabies, kookaburras etc as I live in the country so it is quite an experience. Anyway, getting back to Kubrick. I bought a copy of Clockwork years ago and it is a well-watched videoIt doesn't play much these days at movie houses so the only way to see ot is go to USA and get a copy. I envy all the people who had to do assignments to do with 2001 and CLOCKWORK! WHY COULD'NT SCHOOL HAVE BEEN LIKE THAT WHEN I WAS GOING. SIGNING OFF FROM AUSTRALIA -SCOTT THE DROOGLOVE YA KUBRICK, GET ANOTHER FILM OUT QUICK!!! -- 07/15/97

Robert St. Mary
I love this site!! it is great for a Kubrick fan like me!! Keep up the great work!!Detroit BOB! -- 07/16/97

Mr. Kubrick jr.
Heeeeeeere's Johnny! -- 07/17/97

Lee Pearse
Kubrick is a God! That is all I am going to say on the matter.... -- 07/18/97

HUGH G. RECTION (punkr16@aol.com) wrote:
A CLOCKWORK BRILLIANCE!!!! EVERYTIME I WATCH "A CLOCKWORK ORANGE" I LEARN MORE N MORE ABOUT THIS FASCINATING WORK OF ART. THIS MASTERPIECE IS PURE FUN. SO GET READY FOR THE ULTRA-VIOLENT TIME OF YOUR LIFE!!!!!!!!!! thanx stanley-Hugh -- 07/18/97

HUGH G. RECTION (punkr16@aol.com) wrote:
A CLOCKWORK BRILLIANCE!!!! EVERYTIME I WATCH "A CLOCKWORK ORANGE" I LEARN MORE N MORE ABOUT THIS FASCINATING WORK OF ART. THIS MASTERPIECE IS PURE FUN. SO GET READY FOR THE ULTRA-VIOLENT TIME OF YOUR LIFE!!!!!!!!!! thanx stanley-Hugh -- 07/18/97

Michael Chokran (michaelc@griffin.multimedia.edu) wrote:
I'm still waiting for a better film than 2001. Monty Python and the Holy Grail comes close, but 2001 takes it cause it has a monolith. -- 07/21/97

Quacky (nope@not.thistime) wrote:
Should have killed off Shelly at the end of the Shining. uhh.. yeah, so uh, DO IT AGAIN BUT THIS TIME KILL HER!!!! -- 07/21/97

The Millersville Marauder (seffro@hotmail.com) wrote:
Is anyone else excited for the new Kubrick film? Jesus, I've been waiting forever it seems!! The greatest comment I have for Stanley is that he doesn't make just one certain type of film. He does anything, but no one else can even come close to his drastically realistic and sometimes horrorific stature. Gotta love the guy!!Favorite Kubrick films? Definitely Spartacus, 2001, Clockwork, Shining (It's still 100,000 times better than the new one!!!!!), Strangelove, and Full Metal Jacket!!!!! Am I crazy for being obsessed with so many depictions of the dark side of the world? -- 07/22/97

James Offer (joffer@geocities.com) wrote:
Is that a jelly donut Private Pile?I hate the censors in Australia. The Kubrick film I most want to see has been banned on video; A Clockwork Orange. Grr! -- 07/23/97

Kubrickfan (????) wrote:
I just have to say that Stanley Kubrick is my favoritedirector of all time. "A Clockwork Orange" is hands downthe greatest movie ever made.And to that stupid mother-fucker Steve Whelan:why don't you lick the shit flakesoff of my asshole you dickless piece of shit. Who the fuck are you to call a masterpiece a bad film? I hope Private Pile skull-fucks you and Alex rapes your girlfriendOh, I'm sorry, I just realized he'll have to beat the shit out of your hand. -- 07/25/97

Stefano Landini (stenli@tin.it) wrote:
Excuse me if I dare to pronounce Your name, but i only would like to say: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MR. KUBRICK. Best wishes to your new film and your whole career. Hope I'll meet You one day, shake Your hands and say: Thanks. -- 07/25/97

Russell Stephens (Lindah@axionet.com) wrote:
I'd like to wish Mr Kubrick a Happy Birthday and best of luck with his new film. -- 07/26/97

Rob Hastings
I'm looking for anyone who can point me towards a letter-box edition of A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, Full-Metal Jacket.2001: is the only Kubrick film available in letter-box as far as I can tell right now, But I just refuse to believe that.I would like anyone with any information to write to me at :RTHP.O. Box 13913Grand Forks, ND 58208 -- 07/26/97

Darren Oswald (wizardofoz@enter.net) wrote:
I`ve enjoyed many movies.But still have quite afew to see yet. -- 07/28/97

jackson townhouse
A Clockwork Orange is simply one of the most brilliantly put together films of any generation, the way Mr. Kubrick makes you twist and turn in your seat at every frame of the film does such justice, that i can't put the exact words on here. See it over and over again, and once you think you've gotten the total meaning, watch it again! This film makes you think like no other film has done, well ,unless you see other Kubrick films! -- 08/02/97

Jonas Ahlsgard (jonas.ahlsgard@vaxjo.mail.telia.com) wrote:
Does anyone have a copy of "The making of The shining" for sale?If so,please contact me! -- 08/05/97

Cliodhna (stoical1@hotmail.com) wrote:
The first film I ever saw in the cinema or at least the first one I remeber seeing was Kubrick's ''2001'' and to say it inspired me is an understatment.He is a genius in ever sense of the word and I'm delighted he hasn't become corrupted by Hollywood like so many other Directors. -- 08/08/97

Greg Corlew (gcorlew1@WEBTV.NET) wrote:
After seeing everything Mr. Kubrick has ever done I realized, Mr. Kubrick is to motion pictures what God is to life. -- 08/09/97

Pete Salsedo (psalsedo@tngi.com) wrote:
The great Spanish filmmaker, Luis Bunuel, said that "A Clockwork Orange is the greatest film ever made on modern man..." I would say that, on the whole, StanleyKubrick's films are the greatest collection of art evermade on modern man. -- 08/09/97

Baked Potato (Die Formed@aol.com) wrote:
What has happened to my eyes! My ears!this cat is needed in this time of koyannisqatsi. -- 08/10/97

Earl Last
Stanley Kubrick's films have changed the way I look upon the cinema. I was one who used to like watching the action-special effects movies with ten minutes of dialouge that would generate millions and milloins of dollars... until I saw "A clockwork orange". That was about two years ago, when I was in the seventh grade. Since then, Kubrick's 1971 classic and the rest of his films have raped my mind and slapped me in the face and have told me, "Hey, the cinema isn't about explosions and titties. Some of the greatest filmmakers work their heart out producing an art that most people take for granted while everyone goes to the theatres just to score with their girlfriends while watching "Con-air".". Such Kubrick films as "DR. Strangelove...", "2001: A space odyssey", "A clockwork orange", "The shining", and "Full metal jacket" have thrilled the mind and at the same time made it think about reality and the possible future. Ten August 1997. -- 08/10/97

jimmy hoffa
you can't fight in here, this is the war room! stop it dave....that was a real kick, and good for laughs and lashings of the old ultra-violent. come and get one in the yarbles, if you have any yarbles, you eunuch jelly though. wendy,.... i'm home heeeeeeeeer's johnny! ....762 millimeter, full metal jacket.ALL PEOPLE WHO ARE AGAINST VIOLENT FILMS SUCH AS KUBRICK'S MASTERPIECES ...... BURN IN HELL.-the real world is much meaner. -- 08/10/97

Lutz F.Becker (lbecker@debis.com) wrote:
HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP HELPAt the end of 'DR.STRANGELOVE' there is singing a woman the oldwounderful song : 'WE'LL MEET AGAIN'WHO is this singer ? HOW do I get the original sound ?IS THERE ANYONE, who can help me or knows the answers ?PLEASE sign them in or e-mail me - better all two.THANK YOU ! -- 08/11/97

capt. kangaroo
Stanley Kubrick has made films that make you think. He doesn't make just one kind of film, like that dumbass who made "Robot jox" and "Robot wars". Who the hell wants to make a movie about robots, let alone two of them? You have drama, science-fiction, and comedy. Stanley is a genius. -- 08/11/97

Bat Guano
Heard somewhere that the release of EWS was reschedueled to summer¥98.Why Stan? We dont want to wait that long. -- 08/17/97

Oliver Timm
I hope ya guys out there are able to understand my writings:My English is not that good but I just want to point out that Kubrick¥s Barry Lyndon is one of the most beautyful movies aver made.The way he uses the "off" narrator kind of reminds me of the way Gustave Flaubertused to write his fascinating literature. ...still havin pleasures with your site, thanx -- 08/19/97

nick o' teen
im just lostI wanna shoot about 100 people on natinal t.v then deny it allor say it was in the name of peace. maybe Kubrick should make a movie about martin bryant. -- 08/19/97

Dan the Movie Man
As an aspiring filmmaker who recently viewed "Dr. Strangelove" and "2001" for the first time, you can imagine much has changed for me. Kudos on an elegant, wonderful sight dedicated to a true genius of the cinema. Good luck on "Eyes Wide Shut", Mr. Kubrick. -- 08/20/97

Louie (Louster82@aol.com) wrote:
In the shining multimedia you section, you ask what that weird scene meansIf you read the book the shining, there is a costume party down-stairs and one man is dressed as a dog and everyone treats him assuch.But him and his "master" go up to his room and well...just look at the pic. -- 08/22/97

Jean-Eudes Landry (Jean-Eudes.Landry@scom.ulaval.ca) wrote:
Mon fils de 12 ans vient de lire ´2001ª et il a trouvÈ Áa passionnant. Il a bien aimÈ le vidÈo. Mais bien sšr il faudrait qu'il voie ce chef-d'oeuvre sur grand Ècran. Est-ce qu'il y aura une re-sortie du film pour le trentiËme anniversaire, en 1998? -- 08/22/97

yehudi (yehudi@masada.com) wrote:
Hes not a genius...hes just a good independent filmaker who hustles andhassles through his works just to get them finished.DID YOU KNOW: Art Clarke walked of the set of 2001 in a disputeand never finished the script with Kubrick...later Douglas Trumballclaims that he suggested the ending to Kubrick....Stan threw Doug out of his office, but the suggestionshowed up in the rewrites a week later.IN CLOCKWARK: Mcdowell almost drowned and had severe retina damage after his work on the film.THE SHINNING: Kubrick hated Shelly Duvall and almost fired her. -- 08/22/97

mickey (deck@erols.com) wrote:
Kubrick is one of the few unique directors. He has maintained his independence from the studios his entire career. Every movie is original and stands on its own as a work of art, that he made without comprimise or commercialization to the story the he intended to tell. His movies have stood the test of time because they work on so many levels and can take multiple viewings. Kubrick has never stuck to one genre (noir,war, black comedy, scifi, period, horror) and his movies redifine the genres their in. It's a shame that he'll end up in the group of directors (Hitchcock, Ford, Scorsese, Lang) that never won the best director oscar. All that we can hope for is that he is given enough time for Eyes Wide Shut & AI to be completed.kubrick links www.geocities.com/sunsetstrip/studio/5139/kubrick.html -- 08/23/97

Archie Barberio (Skaman@warwick.net) wrote:
uh a clockwork orange is a cult classic and remains one of the best movies ever madeand so does the shiningi think full metal jacket deserves credit touh kubrick is a artist of his work -- 08/26/97

Eric Sommer (UncleChew@worldnet.att.net) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick--a visionary with the innovation of the likes of Bruce Lee. A master at his art. -- 08/27/97

Private Cowboy (113105.2252@compuserve.com) wrote:
Sergeant:How tall are you private?Cowboy:Sir,five foot nine sir!Sergeant: I didn't know they stacked shit that high!Well Stanley Kubrick does not make shite!He's my fav director! His best works being 2001 andFull metal jacket. The film equilivelent of Mozart!Long live Kubrick! -- 08/27/97

Stanley with the axe
I bow to your superior site. Kubrick is a cinamatic god. Any movie he makes is instantly a work of genius. And anyone who gave less than 3 stars to any of his movies can kiss my sweet maine ass. -- 08/30/97

Duncan Brown (duncan@oxfield.demon.co.uk) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick, however magnificently wonderfully splendiferouslygroovy he is, seems to have forgotten something. I know it's beensaid before, but in the seventies, when he originally withdrewACO from the UK, he was (allegedly) responding to the public reaction. Now, in the nineties, where every man and his dog hasseen Resevoir Dogs, surely a resubmission to the BBFC willallow us (legally) to watch this amazing piece of art with aminimal bodycount. Meanwhile, he encourages the pirate videotrade worldwide. They probably wouldn't ask for cuts. Hopefully. -- 08/31/97

WAYNE (w-ftw@usa.net) wrote:
KEEP GOING STRONG....!!!! -- 09/01/97

Paul Benavides (Benavid5@aol.com) wrote:
I'd like to say how proud I am of all these comments and theall the Kubrick fans out there. For a moment I thought I was theonly weirdo that enjoyed "Clockwork Orange" and "2001".As a matter of fact, I enjoyed all of Stanley Kubrick's films.Anyway, I agree Stanley Kubrick is a cinematic genius and deserves several great web pages, such as this one.Most importantly, I believe Stanley Kubrick's masterpiece,"2001: a space oddessey" deserves to be rereleased for it's 30th anniversary in 1998. Why not? I mean they did itfor the "Godfather". Worst of all they did it for "Dirty Dancing"!I think it's a great idea. Especially for a director who deservesso much for his accomplishments. So spread the word. -- 09/05/97

Jeffrey L. King (jeffk@cowles.com) wrote:
Did you say Wing Attack Plan R? -- 09/08/97

Matt T. (MrFilmDude@aol.com) wrote:
I love your page. I have a weekly newsletter that is about film reviews. If you could, add my web-page to your links please. Check it out. It's not the most glamerous page in the world of cyber-space, but I have 105 readers and I an always looking for more readers. Thanks alot and keep up the good work,Matt T.MrFilmDude@aol.com MrFilmDude's Home Page -- 09/10/97

Wyatt Bernstein (be82434@bingsuns.cc.binghamton.edu) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick has inspired me to the fullest. His vision is above everyone in Hollywood. I'd like to thank him as a true film director who strayed away from the whole Hollywood mileu. Thank you Mr. Kubrick. You are one of a kind. I hope to make films like you one day. -- 09/10/97

Vikter (cmoon@ramlink.net) wrote:
Yadda yadda yadda. Where's the dirt on A.I. -- 09/11/97

Carlo (stud3@iperv.it) wrote:
What to say?He's THE moviemaker; his movies are THE movies !!!! -- 09/11/97

Jason Bisnett (bbisnett@inforamp.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is a master filmaker, who touches the very heart of our nervous system. He plunges with us into voids, of despair, rage and beauty and barely reaches the top for air.We view his films from the inside and we then leave somewhat enlightened or devastated, but profoundly moved. His mind is prophetic and should be nursed over generations. A genius?Yes, of the highest order! -- 09/14/97

Gregg Jashnani (BHCOL@aol.com) wrote:
I've seen A Clockwork Orange, 2001, Dr. Strangelove, and the Shining, and these movies have each run rampant through my thoughts for days afterwards. The first is my favorite movie, although I neither think I'm Alex nor am able to speak in semi-Russian dialect. Also, a comment on the Shining: I heard, somewhere that Kubrick included the scene with the owner and the guy in a dog suit doing "tricks" as a commentary attackng the condemnation of homosexuality in society. Does anybody know anything further about this? -- 09/17/97

Rob
Kubrick is a genius. -- 09/17/97

Jim Bosley (ridenbaugh.4@osu.edu) wrote:
Drill Instrustor Hartman in FULL METAL JACKET is my hero. His role inspires me to be the best supervisor I can be where I work (UPS).Where can I get some pictures of him? -- 09/20/97

Dean (NeuRoLogiX@aol.com) wrote:
where to begin? Kubrick is probably the biggest inspiration on me as an aspiring filmmaker. 2001, A clockwork Orange, The Shining and Dr. Strangelove all have profound inspirations on me. I fanyone is interested in a REALLY good biography on Kubrick, read STANLEY KUBRICK by Vincent Lobrutto, i think is the name. it is really good, especially the chapter on 2001. -- 09/22/97

Eraserhead
Very nice. This site does justice to one of the best film-makers this world (or beyond) will ever know. -- 09/23/97

Lawrence Jeziak (LJeziak@aol.com) wrote:
This is a wonderful collection of information on Stanley Kubrick. I am an independent journalist and media critic teaching a series of classes called "Film Fundamentals," looking at four auteurs over as many weeks: Alfred Hitchcock, Kubrick, Woody Allen and Joel Coen.Another fascinating sight is John Morgan's, The Unknown Kubrick, a series of photo essays by Kubrick as a photographer for Look magazine in the late 1940s.Anyone know if Kubrick is working on another film? It has, after all, been 10 years since Full Metal Jacket. -- 09/23/97

BODHISATTVA* (engebras@uol.com.br) wrote:
NEXT FILM: "BRAVE NEW WORLD"( Aldous Huxley). Please! -- 09/23/97

Al Taffet (taffy 51@aol.com) wrote:
I know Stan and I agree he is a great film maker.Years back he worked for Titra title co and he put the titles on the screen on top of the picture.The company fired him and I thought hehad great idea as people can see them better. Stan K first film was story of deaf mute girl raped in centralpark in New York on which RKO gave him contract for 2 Pixs/ -- 09/30/97

Michel Angelo Marcon (diego@netwest.com.br) wrote:
Talvez vocÍs n“o entendam portugÍs mas mesmo assim achei essa p·gina a FU-D!!Stanley Kubrick È o melhor em todos os apectos.Talvez eu faÁa uma pagina dedicada a ele aqui no Brasil That's All -- 10/01/97

Marcos Mansur Tansini (Fernanda@redamp.com.br) wrote:
Infelizamente aqui no Brasil n“o temos acesso a v·rios filmes de KubrickMas pelos que eu pude ver posso considera-lo o melhor diretor de todos os tempos!V“o C F D !! -- 10/01/97

Donald Egan (beyond133@aol.com) wrote:
Over all, it is a very good site, but could you please add more shining sounds? -- 10/03/97

Kevin (soniKevin) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is the farmost expressive film maker to date, unargubly. -- 10/04/97

Ludovic Boily (ludalex@interlinx.qc.ca) wrote:
Such a wide range of film types.Going from war to romance and science-fiction.He(Kubrick) can compresse ideas and intense emotions in an image only.I have not seen all of his masterpieces yet, but the ones I have seen will remain forever imprinted in my memory and, I believe, in the memory of those who saw and took the time to try to understand the movies. I believe his forthcoming movies will be different from the usual mindless and repetitive stories we watch at movie theatre these days.Because he always seeks perfection... A man that sees beyond... -- 10/04/97

Eric Mayer (southpark@mail.com) wrote:
2001. An odessy indeed. A truly amazing pieces of film. Watching 2001. And then, it's overproduced sequel 2010, made me see the difference Kubrick can make on a film. When I saw 2001, my first reaction after the film was 5 minutes of silence, and then "What the hell was that baby doing in space?" I don't know. The fact that Arthur C. Clarke regarded Kubrick in his book, 2001, is enough to see this extraordinary visionist. Oh, and a clockwork orange was one of the most fucked up movies i have ever seen. -- 10/06/97

Alberto Casillas (cinestres@compuserve.com.mx) wrote:
I just want to thank Stanley Kubrick for every movie,every scene,every shot and every sinle frame he's ever done.By the way,NICE SITE! -- 10/06/97

Giuseppe Veltri (veltri@linus.media.unisi.it) wrote:
Mr.Kubrick, what do you think about Roberto Rossellini ?I think that he is one of the great directors in the history of cinema.After you, sure ! -- 10/07/97

alex pang (alexander. pang@virgin.net) wrote:
Kubuick for me has been apart from my parents the biggest positive inflence on my life.I am grateful that someone had set up a site as a tribute to this master film-maker and visionary. -- 10/07/97

DANY
Ilove the viddies, they are my favorite. Kubricks style is the best. -- 10/08/97

Julian Stockton (Julian_Stockton@BMG.CO.UK) wrote:
Has anyone got any information about the propsed New York modern day prologue for 2001?Also any infor about the ending of The Shining set in the menatal hospital? -- 10/09/97

LOZ ECCLESTON (jo.loz@lineone.net) wrote:
KUBRICK!WELL ALL I CAN SAY IS 'COME ON STANLEY AND BE A GOOD SPORT AND ALLOW THE FAN'S TO SEE CLOCKWORK ORANGE AS IT WAS MEANT TO BE SEEN,IN ENGLAND,ON THE BIG 70MM AND NOT VIDEO.YOU KNOW IT IS THE RIGHT TIME !25 YEARS ON.A DIFFERENT CULTURE.WE HAVE WAITED LONG ENOUGHWE HAVE THE RIGHT TO SEE IT. -- 10/09/97

midnight (mbitterman@ulster.net) wrote:
I am desperatly looking for a copy of the film,THE MAKING OF THE SHINING.Does anyone have it? I have loads to tradeor will pay for time to copy.Please let me know.thanks -- 10/10/97

Eriq Brandon (jaeb@netwiz.net) wrote:
Thanks for this site, I've really enjoyed it. It's a grand tribute to prehaps the greatest filmaker of our time. -- 10/14/97

Eriq Brandon (jaeb@netwiz.net) wrote:
Thanks for this site, I've really enjoyed it. It's a grand tribute to prehaps the greatest filmaker of our time. -- 10/14/97

Julian Rasmussen (*) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick is the best director in the whole wide world!-Nuff said- -- 10/17/97

Mark de Webber
I'm a 15 year old student in Australia and ever since I was 5, I've always LOVED Stanley Kubrick's films, somuch that he has made me decide to chose my own job....Directing. My only fave film of all time is 2001, but I think Clockwork Orange is just as powerful!People try to say to me that Kubrick is overrated....those people have NO taste, whatsoever! I think your site is the best of all movie sites by far. About time Kubrick got a real site he deserves! I don't know my E-MAIL address yet, but when I do, I'll let you know. -- 10/17/97

Mark de Webber
Oh, and one more thing....why do people put down AClockwork Orange so much as if it were crap or disgust-ing, saying it's extremely violent or some bloodly thing? This is for the people who think that:WAKE UP!For godsake! It's for sure you don't know whata violent film is! Go and see Pasolini's SALO!,where nazis make children eat their own feaces and sexuallyabuse each other!!! OR BLOODSUCKING FREAKS.....That maychange you're narrow minds about masterpieces likeClockwork!!!!!! -- 10/17/97

Dave Oesch (doesch@spin.ch) wrote:
half an hour ago I watched clockwork orange: It just gave my life another direction.... If mankind can learn from movie pictures: they should watch Kubrick.....a star is born ( and Doni is alive, even if she will never read this lines )IT'S FULLL OF STARS -- 10/18/97

Al Taffet (taffy51) wrote:
I've known Stanley since 1953 when I was an assistant camerman.We worked for Titra film titling & he put the feature filmtitles on the top of the screen . I thought it was a great idea,they didn't & fired him. We had some interesting times together,worked on a film about Abe Lincoln in Springfield,Ill. He alwayswanted to do a film like" All Quiet on the Western Front",whichresulted in' Paths of Glory". I will add other memories later on. -- 10/19/97

Simon, Anton & Mark (webber@rie.net.au ) wrote:
My name is Simon, and my friends are Anton Araos and Mark de Webber(the ultimate teenage Kubrick fan), whose computer I'm using. Anton always keeps on saying thatKubrick secretly directed a horror film in 1974 called "Beyond The Door" under the name Oliver Hellman. He is driving Mark crazy! They are always fighting about itwhile I sit quietly. We all saw it one night and Mark kept on pointing out all the differnces to other Kubrickfilms, Anton refuses! PLEASE E-Mail back and settle thisonce and for all before we terminate his body functions!!If possible, tell us where Anton could have got thisstupid idea from? WE WAIT FOR YOU'RE RESPONCE IN AGONY! -- 10/20/97

Archie (ar.moore@student.qut.edu.au) wrote:
I would really like to know Kubrick's reaction to TARKOVSKY's "Solaris". Does anyone know? If there is any evidence of his comments in interviews/ articles or newspapers could you please reply. Thank you! -- 10/21/97

Randy (rantsunen@hotmail.com) wrote:
ªªªStanley Kubrick is the BEST ^§^ -- 10/21/97

Bill Whatley (FirstRealty@lakemartin.net) wrote:
Can't wait till the new releases are here! -- 10/23/97

Alex (picou@centuryinter.net) wrote:
I am looking for a copy of the original 1971 version of Clockwork Orange, I already have the 1973 rerelease, I am also lokking into something I heard about another rerelease in late 1996 with 90 seconds of extra footage, that I would love to have if it exists. Anyone with any information about either or both of these films, please e mail me asap. -- 10/28/97

virus (fulvio@auselda.it) wrote:
http://www.yi.com/home/Napolifulvio/ -- 10/31/97

Pardon (virus) (fulvio@auselda.it) wrote:
http://www.yi.com/home/NapoliFulvio/ -- 10/31/97

Randy (rantsunen@hotmail.com) wrote:
ªªClockwork Orange & The Shining is BEST films ever ! ^§^ -sorry my bad english -- 11/01/97

Richard Myers (fourletr@worldchat.com) wrote:
You and your readers may be interested to know that we lived next-door to the house in which the "rape" scene etc of ACO were shot. We actually watched Kubrick working during the scene when Alex arrives and is fed spaghetti and red wine. Just in case you think this is a fantasy let me give you the following facts. The house in which these shots were made is called "Skybreak" The Warren, Radlett, Hertfordshire, England. Our house (next door) was "Cushy" The Warren, etc. At the time of shooting Skybreak was owned by Tony Jaffe and family who now live in Dorset and who are still very close friends of ours.If anyone is interested I can relate several amusing anecdotes about this most interesting phase of our lives.Enjoy !!! -- 11/03/97

Vincenzo Pandolfo (mandrillo@HOTMAIL.COM) wrote:
...grande,grandissimo, anzi di piu'!!!!!!!!!!!!!Messaggio ai fan: scrivetemi!!!! -- 11/05/97

-Randy-
ªªªWho the HELL is Ken Russell ø? ^§^ -- 11/06/97

Kubrick
Ken Russell is crap. -- 11/07/97

Paul E.Band
Who is this Mark de Webber who has written in this guestbook? Please leave your E-mail address next time you sign in! I'm really interested in this rumor about Kubrick secertly directing the horror film: Beyond the Door, in 1974! If anybody knows about this, or if you do Mark, please tell us all here!!!!!PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!By the way, what made you love Kubrick so much, Mark? Not saying Kubrick's bad or anything........... -- 11/07/97

Tariq.K.M.N AL-nasrellah (ANGEL1@ncc.moc.kw) wrote:
I'm not ryting a comment,i'm ryiting a msg to my favorite dirc, i dreeming to be a movie star,(it's just a dream)i have to many movies in mind maybe you can help me,,, or you can make them ,i know now you are saying what dos this stupid guy want! right??? the first dream is my movie (The king of The gulf is in USA) it's about a rich guy from one of the middel east contrys,who went to the states without telling his father(he ran away) and when he gets there he meats two guys ,a cool guys who relley need some money saw they try to take from him in a good way caus he relley liked those guys (like brothers) in this time his father try to bring him back by sending some men to him,caus he know's that he will spend a lot of money and there is to much to talk about ,,i can't say it ,you will never understand me, any way i wish my msg will be send to him,i talked to much i will be very happy to hear from you . YOURS:Tariq AL-nasrellah Bayan,Block 7,street Number 1,jadah 1,house 23 Telephone :965-5383250 965-5392898 Fax:965-5385570 Mobile:965-9046618 thank you very much . -- 11/09/97

Archie (ar.moore@student.qut.edu.au) wrote:
I would really like to know Kubrick's reaction to TARKOVSKY's "Solaris". Does anyone know? If there is any evidence of his comments in interviews/ articles or newspapers could you please reply. Thank you! C'moooooooooon! -- 11/10/97

AK-47 (AmirKabir@mrkeurope.idiscover.co.uk) wrote:
A Great Site for a Great Man. Keep up your talent of keeping up with Kubrick's Talent. -- 11/11/97

-Randy- (rantsunen@hotmail.com) wrote:
ªªStanley Kubrick is my ONLY idol !! ^§^ -- 11/14/97

Greg Nowakowski (nakkas@topend.com.au) wrote:
Very informative page..I was trying to get the computers name in 2001 and found it...I've bookmarked this page for when I have more time -- 11/15/97

Here's JOHNNY! (up@your.arse) wrote:
I heard that KEN RUSSELL was one of the directors considered for A CLOCKWORK ORANGE. Is this true? Kubrick's version doesn't seem that removed from what Ken does. Does it? -- 11/17/97

Kubrick
How could of Ken Russell been wanted to direct Clockwork when Kubrick was the producer and was the only one to think of turning it into a film! Duh! @#*@ -- 11/18/97

Jones Fast (Joforth@hotmail.com) wrote:
Kubric's films are real horrorshow! -- 11/19/97

Keith Rogers (b95kr@Alpha2.Luton.AC.UK) wrote:
I discovered the other day that I live abpout 4 minutes by car away from where Stanley lives. This is a bit annoying as I've lived here for 3 years, and still haven't heard anything local about the elusive swine! -- 11/20/97

Mark de Webber (webber@rie.net.au) wrote:
I'm looking for E-mail pen pals who totally love Kubrick and his films, like me, and interested in writing to me now and then to talk about our love for his work. I'm studying film direction and I know a lot about Kubrick and his projects. Even if you just like 2001, that's fine too. Feel free to E-mail me anytime! Looking forward to you's! -- 11/24/97

M4rv1n
Kubrick is the DaVinci of film, and "2001" is his "Mona Lisa." Can anyone please tell me about the proposed 30 year aniversary re-release of the film? Anyone who has not seen it in 70 mm in a big theatre simply HAS NOT really seen the film. -- 11/24/97

The Spleen (spleen@vo.lu) wrote:
In my eyes Kubrick is one of the most important producers in this business.Each of his films is a piece of art and unique. I use to say that he is the non-commercial version of Steven Spielberg. -- 11/25/97

ANDREA (anpozza@tin.it) wrote:
I made a videotape with the most significant scenes from 9 Kubrick's movies, such as 2001, Barry Lindon, A clockwork orange... Please contact me if you are interested. Stanley is a genius of film-making! -- 11/26/97

Randy^§^ (rantsunen@hotmail.com) wrote:
ªªI think that Steven Spielberg have 2 good movies; Raiders of The Lost Ark and Duel. But Kubrick is more than Spielberg.. -- 11/26/97

Simon Leigh Warn (don't have a E-mail address) wrote:
Does anyone know that it's an offical fact that Stanley Kubrick directed a super-natrual film named Beyond the Door? Someone here earlier said something about it... and it's true. It's the film which gave THE EXORCIST some ideas eg: Possesed Woman, Head spins and Spraying vomit. Why did Kubrick change his name to Oliver Hellman? Why did he not like his film so much? Instead of finishing it the way he wanted it, he gave up on it and gave it a crap ending, so he could prepare for Barry Lyndon! Every Kubrick fan should cheak it out! PATRICK! LOOKS LIKE YOUR COMPLETE KUBRICK SITE IS NOT SO COMPLETE AFTER ALL! ADD THE FILM TO YOUR SITE SO KUBRICK KNOWS WE KNOW ABOUT IT! THANKS..... -- 12/02/97

Andrew "The Dice Man" (dice@blowme.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick? I f-BEEP-ed em. Ayyy Ohhhhhh!!!! -- 12/02/97

Stu VanAirsdale (Angry Stu@aol.com) wrote:
Evidently, they're trying to remake LOLITA with Jeremy Irons. Which is fine, I suppose, but I can't get over how underrated a motion picture the original is, and how James Mason pulled off one of the most difficult roles of his career as one the most contemptible characters in English literature! And Sue Lyon was 14 going on 21... really amazing. The pacing, the claustrophobia of the Ramsdale house, the crane shots on the staircase, the ping-pong game, all of these lend themselves to a troubled, though reassuringly classic, masterpiece. Credit where credit is due; I wish I could write like Nabokov, and I wish I could direct like Kubrick. -- 12/03/97

Remy Reed (indaba@pathcom.com) wrote:
re: the pic entitled "Weird Scene", In the stephen king novel, the shining, it is explained that the two gentlemen seen here are homosexual partners, and we are witnessing some sort of oral sex scene. -- 12/06/97

Remy Reed
re: the pic entitled "Weird Scene", In the stephen king novel, the shining, it is explained that the two gentlemen seen here are homosexual partners, and we are witnessing some sort of oral sex scene. -- 12/06/97

Feuillette Pierre (feuillet@rip.ens-cachan.fr) wrote:
Som french words about S.K. : J'ai dÈcouvers Kubrick trËs tard, lors de la seconde sortie de 'Clockwork Orange' en France ; depuis lors je ne rate aucune rediffusion de ses films dans les salles parisiennes... Je n'ai ÈtÈ dÈÁu qu'une fois par l'une de ses oeuvres : l'adaptation en franÁais de l'Orange MÈcanique, format TV et sur une mauvaise cassette VHS un soir de grande fatigue ! Vivement son prochain film !!!! (PIT) -- 12/07/97

Sam Vincent Berdecia (kemoSVB@ aol.com) wrote:
As a long time admirer of Stanley Kubrick and his work, let me say how impressed I am with this marvelous web site. Kubrick is indeed one of the few (perhaps,the only) historically significant filmmakers around today. His remarks to the DGA, on the occasion of his winning the Griffith Award is the very quintessence of what makes him so unique. Again, kudos and congrats! -- 12/09/97

Dominic Molon (dmolon@mcachicago.org) wrote:
Incredible website for history's greatest filmmaker (and this century's greatest artist overall.) Useful for research for an art exhibition I worked on as well. Are there two new Strangelove books out? One an academic history book called "Dr. Strangelove's America" and another more closely related to the film? -- 12/09/97

Jerry Alvarez
Some people may ask the question, Who is the greatest dirctor of all time? HITCHCOCK? SPIELBERG? WELLS? In my opinion none of these respectable gentlemen come close to STANLEY KUBRICK. None of these men have even covered the many genres that Kubrick has left his mark upon, horror, film noir, sci-fi, comedy, and so on. None of these directors put even half the effort Kubrick does to make a film. Kubrick is an exacting, and very patient nit-picker leaving no piece of the puzzle even slightly out of place. Unlike guys like Spielberg or Wells, everything Kubrick does is thought out, and is exactly what he wants, he does everything for himself, evrything is a labor of love. There are no Hook's, there are no Jurrasic Park's, so there is no recognition. On the flipside of that coin there is no regret either, Kubrick never works for hire, and he never works for fame, he is a man who lives and dies with what he calls his own. From the highly inspiring and magnificantly intriging The Killing to the most groundbreaking film of all time, 2001, Kubrick has never fallin short of quality. When you see a Kubrick film you are going to see nothing short of a masterpiece, Stanley Kubrick does nothing half way.Stanley Kubrick is barnone the greatest director of all time. -- 12/11/97

Bob Tillotson (boblt@konnections.com) wrote:
Thanks for this opportunity. Great web site. I have a question, does anyone out there know how to get a letter to Mr. Kubrick? I recently read a not to flattering review of Mr. Kubrick's choice of music for 2001 in HOME THEATER magazine. Whereas I consider 2001 a masterpiece which, if anything was changed the structure would fall, I prepared a Letter to the Editor opposing the view of Mr. Bennett and sent it in the the magazine. I wanted to also drop a line the Mr. Kubrick. Anyone have a mailing address or an "In Care Of"??? Bob T. -- 12/15/97

Larry (dpr@dpr.org) wrote:
Has anyone heard what Kubrick thinks of the new DVD format? I read somewhere that he prefers laserdisc over DVD. When I stated this on the Home Theater Forum, I seemed to offend many DVDites who think DVD is so great that they are throwing out their LD libraries! I know that Kubrick has personally supervised many LD transfers of his work... but will he do the same with DVD? -Larry -- 12/17/97

Wu Sik (hkfi@hkfilm.com) wrote:
http://www.hkfilm.com -- 12/19/97

WHITNEY B. BLANTON
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENIUS VISION AND GOLDEN ARTISTRY.YOUR MANY AMAZING WORKS OF ART WILL BE OURS TO SHARE FOR ETERNITY, ESPECIALLY 2001!!!!!!!! -- 12/20/97

Bob Badner (rbadner@worldnet.att.net) wrote:
Looks like an excellent site and resource on Stanley Kubrick. I am trying to locate a copy of a book, that I had many years ago - about "The Making of 2001 - A Space Odyssey" - went into detail how all the efx were done complete with photographs. I would like to get another copy if possible, as I seem to have misplaced the one I had in the '70's. Can anybody be of assistance? Bob Badner Sweet Works Films rbadner@worldnet.att.net -- 12/25/97

Dr Strangelove (catt167q@hotmail.com) wrote:
Kubrick is the best Doctor Strangelove -- 12/27/97

Kaya GENC (kayag@superonline.com) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick... He is a perfectionist, a true movie-maniac... No one in cinema, created a more effecting visuality than he did. "2001" ise the best movie of all times, just because it tells us something, with the pure language of images, of cinema. "Kubrick Multimedia Film Guide" is a real paradise for Kubrick-lovers. It's not just easy to use, it also contains all the information and links for the Kubrick's movies. Keep up the goodwork! I'd like contact with other Kubrick lovers as well... http://sinema.base.org -- 01/01/98

Duncan Brown (duncan@oxfield.demon.co.uk) wrote:
I live in the UK. In the same county as Mr Kubrick, who deserves a medal (or 50). wow. Anyway... As I live in the UK, I can't (in theory) see clockwork orange. I have done so, through going to america, but why doesn't Stan realise that a fantastic piece of art cinema with a minimal bodycount won't REALLY offend anyone, especially in these days of quentin Tarantino et al. ugh and also.... If you put an a after the first letter of his name, you get Satanly Kubrick. frightening. feel free to email me about anything kubrick. -- 01/02/98

Duncan Brown (duncan@oxfield.demon.co.uk) wrote:
If Stanley Kubrick's talent is the size of mount everest, then stephen spielberg's is the size of s small, malnourished, dwarf -- 01/02/98

Mark de Webber (webber@rie.net.au) wrote:
Just to remind you's all, I'm looking for other Kubrick fans to talk to, through E-mail. I have found one really good friend by doing this already. We have had many a great discussion about Kubrick, such as when EWS will come out, and if Kubrick really secretly directed Beyond The Door. I await your responces, oh my little droogies, before the pain in the gulliver arises. Viddy Well. -- 01/04/98

Paul (113374.501@compuserve.com) wrote:
I am looking for the complete text about "2001" by that young high school student girl that Kubrick called something like the best comments on his film, as well as information about who this girl was. I remember reading about on this website but could not find it again. -- 01/05/98

Bruno Tassan (Bruno.Tassan@wanadoo.fr) wrote:
Bonjour, Voilý si longtemps que j'attendais ce jour, de pouvoir enfin vous Ècrire ou de vous rencontrer. Et c'est grace ý l'Internet que celý devient possible. Quel siËcle! Je me souviens encore de cet aprËs-midi de 1969, dans ce petit village dans les Alpes franÁaises, o˜ je viens tout juste de voir "2001, l'OdyssÈe de l'espace", ce fut un choc Èmotionnel sans prÈcÈdent et j'ai tout de suite pensÈ que vous Ètiez un rÈalisateur hors pair et un prÈcurseur. J'ai moi-mÍme fais des court-mÈtrages et j'ai longtemps ÈtÈ imprÈgnÈ de votre faÁon de traiter la lumiËre, de recourir ý des plans sÈquences avec travellings arriËres. J'ai suis un assidu de votre filmographie, j'ai vu 2001 14 fois, Orange mÈcanique 10 fois... Bravo Monsieur Stanley Kubrick pour cette vision impressionniste, dÈroutante et d'avangarde. Bravo pour toute la soliditÈ et la densitÈ intÈrieure de votre art d'o˜ la nÈcessitÈ de voir plusieur fois les films pour les savourer, les dÈguster, les distiler. J'attend avec impatience le prochain film! -- 01/06/98

Rantsu (rantsunen@hotmail.com) wrote:
ªªNo johan on perkele kun puhutaan kotimaan kielell”.. -TIEDOTUS : Ostaisin mielell”ni Kubrickin VANHEMPIA elokuvia 1950 -> >Paths of Glory , The Killing , jne.. Maksan vaikka 70mk .. OULUSTA ,en l”hde kauemmas.. KELLOPELI APPELSIINI RULES! (se mulla on) -- 01/06/98

Lord Adam Ady (crashady@hotmail.com) wrote:
Just THINKING!!! about the felacio scene with the freak in the bear suit, and the butler type guy makes me want to weep and vomit!!! -- 01/07/98

Noel O'Shea (h249dsz@iol.ie) wrote:
There is no other film director alive who can control the medium of cinema as well as Kubrick; not even Scorsese! "Paths of Glory" is the greatest anti-war film of them all, and it packs a bigger punch than "Platoon", "Apocalypse Now", and all those other hard-hitting war films that came about 20 years after it. And before I forget: Peter Sellers' performance in "Lolita" deserved an Oscar. -- 01/08/98

Chip (chip23@hotmail.com) wrote:
If anybody has or knows of any way to get a copy of Fear and Desire please E-Mail me.I have all of the other films he made and I am just drooling to see this one . -- 01/12/98

Robb Cole (distress_signal@juno.com) wrote:
kubrick's next films sound like two new journies into the ingenious minds of kubrick, and his affiliates.truly a ground breaking man i can't wait to see EWS, even though i probably won't get in. -- 01/12/98

Devin Lund (vlund@ibm.net) wrote:
I was very impressed by the pictures and voices on the Doctor Strange Love section. I was only hoping that you had a bit more on A Clockwork Orange and Full Metal Jacket. That is alright though, considering the site is under construction. I will visit again when it has been completed. Thank you. -- 01/13/98

Rantsu^§^ (rantsunen@hotmail.com) wrote:
We want MORE movie making pictures like ªªThe Making of Stanley Kubrick¥s "The Shining" -especially Clockwork Orange ! -- 01/14/98

J.M.Desmond
Kubrick's film rendition of Clockwork was excellent. My only complaint was that the last chapter of the book was not included in the movie. Without this vital part, the character of Alex is left in a limbo without conclusion. The novel's final, mature handling of the character Alex in the final chapter, I thought, was a critical message in the book. (For the few of us that have bothered to read the novel.) -- 01/15/98

Dustin Meadows (el_diablo13@hotmail.com) wrote:
I THINK 2001: A SPACE ODDYSEY WAS THE BEST MOVIE EVER MADE AND IT WAS WAY! AHEAD OF IT'S TIME -- 01/15/98

whitey
whitey -- 01/16/98

Abel (camino@recol.es) wrote:
I¥m a Spanish graduate student currently doing my research project on some rebellious artists, I have chosen a book by Charles Bukowski, a few songs by Neil Young and Stanley Kubrick¥s "A Clockwork Orange". I¥d really appreciate to obtain any information dealing with the film, especially if it is related to the dissident content of the film. I¥d also appreciate to get articles/reviews dealing with the social relevance of the film, if any. Please e-mail privately. Thank you and greetings from Barcelona. -- 01/21/98

Jack Cattaruzzi (CATT167Q@Hotmail.com) wrote:
A Clocwork Orange is the greatest movie evere created by human mind. Mr Kubrick - especially in ACO and Barry Lyndon, has choosen wonderful musics. The powerful mix (Alex+Ludwig Van+9th symphony) creates POETRY. I'll never forget the moment when Alex walks along the music shop, and I really love the sequence of Alex on the river with ris droogs. -- 01/24/98

Boyd Baker (BoydB1@Prodigy.net) wrote:
I feel that three of Kubrick's works are among the top ten films ever made, foreign or domestic. They are "Dr. Strangelove", "2001" and "A Clockwork Orange". His other work is fascinating as well, but those three movies (which came one right after the other) are cinematic masterpieces and should be required viewing for all film buffs. -- 01/25/98

Benjamin Fleischhacker (ben.fleischhacker@state.mn.us) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick's movies have inspired awe and admiration for over forty years. The movies he has made have ranged in subject matter from a costume piece to a film aobut the failure of man pertaining to it's reliance on artificial intelligence as opposed to using it's own logic to solve problems. The problems can be as minute as maintaining societal order or as grand as what is to become of our world and the folly of all of our machinations. No director, not even Steven Spielberg, such imaginative subject matter and turned it into something so profound. His trilogy (I call it a trilogy, because each displays a hint of pessimism or, at the least, sadness at the thought that a supposedly rational animal cannot solve it's problems in a more effective way. The movies are: Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and A Clockwork Orange. Kubrick takes the history of man and the future of man and, in his movies, reduces man's existence to the fact that we are incapable, rather than capable. Individually, we may be capable of a great many things, but together we destroy. Kubrick takes a Nietschean slant at his films, the point that morality is weaker than it's opposite and loses in the end. Strength is not necessarily an attribute, but it naturally dominates what people would deem good and just. In the last twenty five years, Kubrick's powers have diminished greatly, and this is only natural, considering how impressive and profound his earlier works were and are. The subject matter tackled in the earlier films cannot be replicated, but his early films will live on as long as there are a few rational beings on this earth who desire a couple of hours of entertainment and enlightenment. "Daisy, daisy, tell me your answer, do....," being the entertainment and the triumph of evil over good, being the primary focus of his filmography, from the two French military men in Paths of Glory, to the ostensibly reasonable, but ultimately, dehumanizing government in A Clockwork Orange. -- 01/26/98

Benjamin Fleischhacker (ben.fleischhacker@state.mn.us) wrote:
Stanley Kubrick's movies have inspired awe and admiration for over forty years. The movies he has made have ranged in subject matter from a costume piece to a film aobut the failure of man pertaining to it's reliance on artificial intelligence as opposed to using it's own logic to solve problems. The problems can be as minute as maintaining societal order or as grand as what is to become of our world and the folly of all of our machinations. No director, not even Steven Spielberg, such imaginative subject matter and turned it into something so profound. His trilogy (I call it a trilogy, because each displays a hint of pessimism or, at the least, sadness at the thought that a supposedly rational animal cannot solve it's problems in a more effective way. The movies are: Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and A Clockwork Orange. Kubrick takes the history of man and the future of man and, in his movies, reduces man's existence to the fact that we are incapable, rather than capable. Individually, we may be capable of a great many things, but together we destroy. Kubrick takes a Nietschean slant at his films, the point that morality is weaker than it's opposite and loses in the end. Strength is not necessarily an attribute, but it naturally dominates what people would deem good and just. In the last twenty five years, Kubrick's powers have diminished greatly, and this is only natural, considering how impressive and profound his earlier works were and are. The subject matter tackled in the earlier films cannot be replicated, but his early films will live on as long as there are a few rational beings on this earth who desire a couple of hours of entertainment and enlightenment. "Daisy, daisy, tell me your answer, do....," being the entertainment and the triumph of evil over good, being the primary focus of his filmography, from the two French military men in Paths of Glory, to the ostensibly reasonable, but ultimately, dehumanizing government in A Clockwork Orange. -- 01/26/98

Vermut (vermut@usa.net) wrote:
Kubrick makes me want to rape someone's mom -- 01/27/98

jack d. ripper
no commies here! -- 02/05/98