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While set within the milieu of the Los Angeles adult film industry, Boogie Nights is less a film about pornography than the serio-comic story of a group of misfits, losers, and lost souls who are embraced by Jack Horner (Burt Reynolds), a director who makes "adult films, exotic motion pictures." In 1977, while hanging out at a disco, Jack spots Eddie (Mark Wahlberg), the new busboy at the club, and tells him he's convinced "there's something wonderful inside those jeans waiting to get out." Jack knows his business well and ...

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PMS707

Sep 11, 2008

good lesson

This movie (although a bit raw and far fetched), depicted the downfall of people whose alternative lifestyle was dictated by the choices they made. It also showed to me, that no matter how one chooses to live their life, they can still be good people at heart with feelings and a need to belong to family.

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