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Martin McDonagh's brother John made an excellent movie in a similar vein to In Bruges called The Guard with Don Cheadle and Brandon Gleeson. Martin McDonagh also looks like Stifler. 

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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

In Bruges - A very weird movie that was entirely unlike what I was expecting. I enjoyed it, though. Fiennes, Gleeson and Farrel are all great in it, and the characters are quirky but not in that aggressive way that is all to common in post-Tarantino crime films. Streaming on Netflix and very much worth a watch

Glad you watched it, movie is pure classic, it was a small release and most ppl don't know about it
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yeah, In Bruges is really fun and charming smile.gif
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 Kings of summer was so good. Also, so sad that Breaking Bad is over :(

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I switched off The Family 10' before the end.

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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

In Bruges - A very weird movie that was entirely unlike what I was expecting. I enjoyed it, though. Fiennes, Gleeson and Farrel are all great in it, and the characters are quirky but not in that aggressive way that is all to common in post-Tarantino crime films. Streaming on Netflix and very much worth a watch

i had the same thought when i saw it. totally not what i expected, and very likable. which is for me kind of rare that a movie is so not what i was expecting and i still like it a lot.
post #7672 of 9616
In Bruges was terrific.

Saw the Counselor. Was good. I thought the dialogue was a little too heavy and pretentious at times, however.
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i am jonesing to see that.
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Saw the Counselor. Was good. I thought the dialogue was a little too heavy and pretentious at times, however.

My thought exactly. A writer writes like that, but nobody speaks like that. It was distracting at a couple of points.
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If I want to see Brazil, which version should I watch?

The version from the single disc Criterion Collection release? There is also a 3-disc set that has two other cuts (pretty sure I don't want to see the studio head's version)
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Every version of Brazil feels like it's 8 hours long.
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If I want to see Brazil, which version should I watch?

The version from the single disc Criterion Collection release? There is also a 3-disc set that has two other cuts (pretty sure I don't want to see the studio head's version)

Yes, one of the 142 min versions - either that which is known as the Final Director's Cut, or the European Theatrical Cut.. Only minor differences.

The 1-Disc Criterion is the Final Director's Cut
Edited by Mariooo - 10/27/13 at 10:19am
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Too scared to read that since it discusses the plot/ending (never seen it before)

I'll just go ahead and watch the 142 min version
post #7680 of 9616

Didn't realize you haven't seen the movie. Yes to 142 version.

 

lefty

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