AFI Top 100 – #49: Intolerance – Love’s Struggle Throughout the Ages EXPLICIT
We review film #49: “Intolerance – Love’s Struggle Throughout the Ages”…the 1916 silent film that tells the meaning behind the Hollywood Highland Complex design. Oh and it’s also this massively epic flop of a film about people in different color coding times across the world.
Those aren't even sentences.
Lindsay says "Not a fan."
Jeff says "Not a fan."
- Present Day was beige/pink. Jerusalem was blue. France was green. Babylon was orange/purple.
- This film was more than a film: it was a history lesson mixed with a dictionary.
- Charles IX had a fanny pack of puppies. True story.
- I want to be so rich one day that I can put my tiny desk in the middle of a room that should occupy closer to 20 desks.
- “Put away thy perfumes, thy garments of Assinu, the female man. I shall love none but a soldier”
- There’s boobs in this movie?!
- “Say kid, you’re gonna be my chicken.”
- Builded. That is all.
- “It was required that each man perspire every day”.
- Whisky is STILL a good remedy for colds.
- The “Babylon” set is pretty damn impressive.
- “The chalk of doom!”
- Yep. There’s boobs in this movie.
THE BABYLON SET & HOLLYWOOD HIGHLAND COMPLEX