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Mini Music Movie Review: Sid and Nancy (1986)

Sid and Nancy is one of those tragic rock love stories people can’t seem to let go of. The story of Nancy’s mysterious murder is well known and has been picked apart by theorists numerous times. 547 more words


Sid and Nancy (1986)

I’ve wanted to watch this film for years. Alex Cox is one of those filmmakers I desperately need to get deep into yet my viewing of Sid & Nancy was influenced by a strange place. 519 more words

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Sid and Nancy (1986)

There’s a whole lot of Sid and Nancy that’s impossibly dark and depressing. The Sex Pistols bassist and his volatile girlfriend were not ones to live slow and boring, preferring hard drugs and long nights and loud music. 645 more words

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Before watching the movie:

The intent to depict contrast is very overt here. Separated at birth, a pair of twin babies grow into Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito, from completely opposite walks of life. 774 more words



Danny DeVito and Arnold Schwarzenegger are twins; one’s big and the other’s small, one’s fast talking and devious and the other is Austrian for some reason and totally naive. 47 more words

Postcards From Barbary Lane

Mona Ramsey’s cosmic chants are interrupted as an old friend phones to say he’s heading to Russian Hill. I love Chloe Webb’s expression here as she plays the spaced-out hippy designer… 92 more words

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Movie Quote of the Day - Sid and Nancy, 1986 (dir. Alex Cox)

Nancy: When I’m dead, will you be sad?
Sid: I couldn’t live without ya.
Nancy: We better go together then.
Sid: How should we do it?

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