I like most of those movies. I haven't seen Red Pill or Triangle but I like most of the others. Girl Next Door is very underrated. But Fight Club is total garbage other than the first 30 minutes or so, just homoeroticism and a guy slowly turning into a domestic terrorist. About the Magnolia flower signifying the overlapping stories, well yeah duh, that's not something for a smart person to "get", that's the poster, and that's clear from the poster. It was a gimmick though and an unnecessary one.
I'm fuckin' with you, man. I like Frailty too, but I haven't seen it in a long time. I might watch that again and see if I have a different opinion. I was certainly not mad, I'm just willing to say absolutely anything to anyone and it means nothing to me. This is the internet Brocephus! We're not even using our real names here. None of this matters, never did. I'd be interested to know what movies you like. With Magnolia, the flower thing you said, I don't get that and don't know what you're talking about. I just know that there's something that can be derived from Magnolia flowers that can treat cancer, and the movie's predominantly about cancer and adults treating children badly and ignoring them.There's through line of "everything and everyone is connected" that I don't really care for but still I really like that one. You are a very troll seeming non-troll.
Thanks for liking 'table a motion' ... (and previously, 'NetFelix'. Sorry I don't always get back to say thanks; I don't look at my homepage often and sometimes miss stuff, and by the time I see it it seems too late to comment back.) While we're at it, your 'Automagic Trannysmission' cap was a superb bit of wordplay and a perfect fit for that picture.
Actually, their nickname was 'My Grandparents' and that's how we addressed them! I wrote my first short plays in 1976. Many feature-length screenplays have followed, including one that got both my feet AND the rest of me in the door of a major studio.