Though, I already have submitted my sincere thanks to the main page, still I wish to say here that your definition of a good film is quite an eye-opening. I mean, here in India, in a study curriculum To Understand Movie/Theatre we are to attend many such instances where before (or sometimes after) the main movie in auditorium the spoke-person of the club (Film-Club I mean) ordinarily gives a kind of Introductory lecture (say, of five minutes to seven minutes depending on the importance of the movie.) He/She might have given the impression of what is a Cult Movie.
I do not say The Grissom Gang is fit to have a seat among cult segment, but as I said earlier in my note that there are some senior members who were using this adjective while discussing (among themselves) topic of cult movies. There was mention of Taxi Driver (I have seen this Robert De Nero classic), Deliverance (sorry no idea, The Killers (with Lee Marvin and may be Angie Dickinson?...not seen) Cotton Club (from that big shot Francis-Ford Coppola) Die Hard (Bruce Willis who else?) even someone mentioned Sugarland Express of wonder boy Spielberg (I have seen this pretty one for pretty Goldie Hawn. I am sure yours would not be a different opinion for this one.)
Hope these movies fall under segment of Good Ones though not great ones are not they?
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