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A Clockwork Orange
One of the hardest things about making a science-fiction movie is making sure it isn't a complete joke in the not-so-distant future. The most common rookie mistake: blowing a bunch of money on "futuristic" car designs. Obviously, Kubrick was no newbie when he helmed 1971's A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, his brilliant adaptation of Anthony Burgess' 1962 novel. In a future dystopian Britain, we are led through street fights, ultra-violent crime, prison, and experimental therapy by Alex DeLarge (Malcom McDowell), the Beethoven-loving protagonist. What's the most appropriate beverage to enjoy with Alex through his adventures? Milk, of course! It's the perfect companion as you take in the movie, sitting on the sofa munchy-wunching lomticks of toast. Unless you have some rather shady connections, you'll have to just imagine you're sipping on the drug-laced varieties served at the Korova Milk Bar. After you've had your wonderful evening with this film, give it the perfect ending with a little of the Ludwig Van.
Glass of Milk
|The droogs chill out in the Korova Milk Bar, trying to make up their rassoodocks what to do with the evening.|