You know, there’s a lot about this movie that’s, to put it bluntly, retarded. The openining sequence in Iraq, plus Father Karras walking the streets looking troubled kinda goes on long after the point is made. This movie is successful, we all know, because a cute little girl says shockingly vulgar things. The shock hasn’t worn off. And try going to bed at night without seeing that horribly made-up face smirking at your. Shudder! Somehow, though, reasonable people engage this movie on a story level. I can’t go that far. But for shock value and gross-out creepiness, it is top-notch fun.