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Thread: What is the BEST offbeat film of all time?

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    What is the BEST offbeat film of all time?

    This is a question that just HAS to be asked, so I'm asking it...

    I REALLY liked Clue, the movie, but I also have a soft spot for Rocky Horror (Betch didn't expect that!)

    What are yours?

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    Oh man! I'm going to have to think about this one. I'm into a lot of unusual movies, so offbeat for me might translate to "freakin' weird" for you guys, (especially if "Clue" is considered offbeat).
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    I thought 8 heads in a Duffle Bag and Rat Race were kinda offbeat and I thought they were hysterical!

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    In my Humble Opinion

    Harold and Maude.

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    Originally posted by Zhora
    (especially if "Clue" is considered offbeat).
    Well... I think of it as offbeat, but to each his own, I guess....

    The thing about clue is, though, that each time I watch it (I've seen it about 258 times to date) I catch a new joke I missed the last time because I was laughing too hard. Weird. Anyway...

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    That is how it was for me with RatRace. I had to watch it several times because I was laughing so hard that I missed entire scenes.

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    I KNOW! Ratrace was so fun!

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    Rat Race was hilarious! I don't really think of it as offbeat. Harold and Maude is an excellent choice for "offbeat".

    Brazil was pretty out there, as was Baron Munchausen (same director). And I enjoyed both of those flicks, especially Brazil. If that's offbeat, I'll pick it.
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    Brazil? Excellent choice, Paulie. I'd forgotten all about it!

    More recently, I thought Being John Malkovich was a very enjoyable offbeat film.

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