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post #4426 of 9931
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Originally Posted by TheDarkKnight View Post

Has anyone seen Looper yet, or Killing them softly?
I'm also really looking forward to On the road (hope I see Kirsten Stewart's boobs)

 

 Joseph Gordon-Levitt, looks bizarre, like he's gone a few rounds with Mike Tyson in the recent past.  face is flattened. plays a kind of lame anti-hero.  

 

  The feel is  John Steinbeck meets scar face meets sci-fi meets Butterfly effect. 

post #4427 of 9931
How many times do people need to bring up that in looper they used prosthetics to make him look more like a young Bruce Willis. That's why he looks weird. Even so it doesn't affect the movies interesting time travel plot.
post #4428 of 9931
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

How many times do people need to bring up that in looper they used prosthetics to make him look more like a young Bruce Willis. That's why he looks weird. Even so it doesn't affect the movies interesting time travel plot.

yes. and apparently, infinity times.
post #4429 of 9931
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

Whoever recommended that "Ink" movie, oy vey. I couldn't get 15 minutes in. What a hunk of shit.

I did say low budget...it isnt for everyone but I enjoyed it. Need to watch it again.

Watched the man from nowhere last night...very entertaining. Why is it every asian film the protagonist seems to be a loner that either seeks revenge or helps someone who is helpless...either way it makes for a entertaning plot.
post #4430 of 9931
Cause South Koreans love revenge movies.
post #4431 of 9931
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post

 
Joseph Gordon-L
evitt
, looks bizarre, like he's gone a few rounds with Mike Tyson in the recent past.  face is flattened. plays a kind of lame anti-hero.  


  The feel is  John Steinbeck meets scar face meets sci-fi meets Butterfly effect. 

Did you ever see the original ending for Butterfly Effect? Holy shit what a better movie it could have been. It's on YouTube somewhere. Fucking tragic what they did to that film.
post #4432 of 9931
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Did you ever see the original ending for Butterfly Effect? Holy shit what a better movie it could have been. It's on YouTube somewhere. Fucking tragic what they did to that film.

I thought the same thing. The screenwriter had a pretty cool vision at one point and then some asshole producer attached every vapid, flash in the pan late 90s teen star to it and just shit all over it.
post #4433 of 9931
Also Ice Harvest. Another great film destroyed by a piece of shit ending.
post #4434 of 9931
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Originally Posted by TheDarkKnight View Post

(hope I see Kirsten Stewart's boobs)
wouldn't that be the same as seeing a shirtless robert pattinson?
post #4435 of 9931
Debating going to the W or watching Take Shelter. Just how good is it?
post #4436 of 9931
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Debating going to the W or watching Take Shelter. Just how good is it?
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Originally Posted by the shah View Post

ok just watched Take Shelter

i knew already that Chastain has been tarnished from that other unmentionable film I recently watched. But man oh man this was one steaming heap of brocoli. It was more an exercise in bokeh, if you will, just excessive shallow depth of field cinematography capturing the boring brown plains of the midwest. open-ended endings are so clichéd to death now it makes one wonder, are "serious" directors obligated to leave their audience with a frustrating doubt or they allowed to just wrap that stuff up once in a while?

(plagiarism from StephenHero teacha.gif)
post #4437 of 9931
Watched Training Day. God damn Denzel was excellent in this.

Watched Kubrick's The Killing - I really don't understand why this movie is thought of fondly. Jesus christ it was boring as hell.
post #4438 of 9931
It's Kubrick. His cult would accept anything from him.
post #4439 of 9931
Unknown (2011). Quite enjoyable (watched twice so far). 7/10
post #4440 of 9931
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Unknown (2011). Quite enjoyable (watched twice so far). 7/10

It was quit ok. 

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