Cliff Gardner

Sunday, January 08, 2006

Another reason not to live in Utah

See, I thought my friends and I had it bad because we had to drive to Beaverton to see "Brokeback Mountain," but this is just ridiculous. I feel bad for the folks in Utah who wanted to see this movie and won’t get to now because of sad, hateful bigotry.


  • That is sad. What is more, when I went to see it again with more friends in Eugene, several people walked out during the first love scene. Are we sure it isn't 1906?

    By Anonymous zayne, at 11:48 PM  

  • It's disappointing that Larry Miller isn't allowing it in his theatre, but there are plenty of other places to see it in the SLC area. I find it funny that he's refusing to show Brokeback, but is allowing slash-em-ups like Hostel.


    By Blogger Your Friendly Neighborhood Clark Bar, at 2:42 PM  

  • WTF Mate?

    I read that and was like 'are you kidding, people still think that way?'

    Also, I never really thought racism ACTUALLY still existed, but low-and-behold...


    By Anonymous Kristen, at 4:51 PM  

  • I live in Utah and I saw it!!! Yes I did have to drive to SLC to see it, even though Jordan Commons (Larry Miller's theatre) is just up the street from me, but the drive was worth it.

    By Anonymous special-K, at 11:27 PM  

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