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Agrimorfee's avatar


Not a pleasant film (not one I want to invest time in re-viewing, unlike any of Kubrick's others), but still great in its audaciousness.
10 years 1 month ago
Bloody_Mary's avatar


We all have different opinion, of course, this was mine. Yes, I admit that this movie has a good message, but I don't like the story and the way I was shown. Good movie, in my opinion, needs to touch me, make me think of the problem that he shows. While I was watching this one, all the time I was thinking what was the point of so much nudity and milk. But I must admit, Alex's mask was very striking :) Kubrick is a legend, I absolutely adore his Paths of glory, now, that is A MOVIE.
10 years 2 months ago
manwhonose's avatar


What an absolutely fabulous film! A biting, darkly comic masterpiece that stays with you. If you ever need proof of Kubrick's genius, watch this. Enough said.
10 years 3 months ago
Paper_Okami's avatar


I first saw this when I was 15, and thought it was one of the greatest films I had ever seen... The effect wore off about a year ago when I turned 20. Good,but not a masterpiece. Too many things are wrong with it for me to consider it one, Kubrick is one of the greatest ever,but this film is supremely overrated ( mostly by teens).
10 years 8 months ago
Captain Qynce's avatar

Captain Qynce

The most compelling part of this movie, to me, is how I'm rooting for that starry old ptitsa to clock Alex on the head and do him in in the beginning, but by the end I can't even viddy him being tortured by the music. It's strange, but it's a horrorshow example of "evil" characters being so fleshed-out that audiences feel sympathy for them, even if they were rooting for them to die just a few scenes before.

One of my favourite Kubrick sinnies, fur sure. It would've been interesting if it had included the twenty-first chapter from the book as well, but the ending is still fantastic without it.
10 years 9 months ago
Litso's avatar


That's funny, in the book his prisoner's number is actually 654321.

Then again, in the book he had no last name. 'DeLarge' was taken from him referring to himself as Alexander The Large a.k.a. well-hung.
11 years 6 months ago
cubesofspinach's avatar


Disappointing in comparison to the wonderful book.
11 years 10 months ago
Trucido's avatar


Another prime example where the book is better than the movie.
11 years 11 months ago
dirte_lawndre's avatar


I wish I could go back to the very 1st time seeing this great movie, was such an awesome and shocking experience!
12 years ago
BeasleyOnFilm's avatar


I remember when I first viddied this bit of the old sinny, oh my brothers. It's real horrorshow.
12 years ago
Twaps's avatar


One of the best movies ever!
12 years 1 month ago
Forrester's avatar


One of the best movies ever. I love everything about it. I love the way it's filmed, the use of color, the use of classical music, the actors, the characters, the story.... This is just one the the most unique and best movies I've ever seen.

The movie raises many questions, but doesn't give any answers. It makes you really think about a lot of issues in society.
12 years 3 months ago
wetwillies's avatar


@jerichoholic, horosho is the Russian word, but in A Clockwork Orange, the word is horrorshow.
12 years 4 months ago
George Bailey's avatar

George Bailey

People kept telling me that this was one of the weirdest movie ever, I didn't believe them, but then I watched and I was wtf-ed. I loved it though! It's still one of my favorite. I have no friggin' idea why I love it so much!
12 years 5 months ago
jerichoholic's avatar


Horrowshow, seriously ICM? It's horosho, which means good in Russian.
12 years 6 months ago

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