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post #8461 of 9310
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fucking horrible news.

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post #8462 of 9310

My thoughts go out to Hoffman's family, friends and fans.  I liked most of his roles.

 

I watched Django Unchained (BluRay).  I have no idea how to describe it.  I thought it had a few good scenes, but as a whole it is completely silly and unworthy of praise.

 

Cheers,

post #8463 of 9310
I liked this.......up until the end:


post #8464 of 9310
PSH is one of my favorite actors of his generation. Stupid way to die but sad nonetheless.
post #8465 of 9310
Lol, yeah stupid dude had a partner and 3 relatively young children.
post #8466 of 9310
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Originally Posted by rossoz View Post

My thoughts go out to Hoffman's family, friends and fans.  I liked most of his roles.

I watched Django Unchained (BluRay).  I have no idea how to describe it.  I thought it had a few good scenes, but as a whole it is completely silly and unworthy of praise.

Cheers,

Saw Hoffman last year in death of a salesman on Brothway. Sad , never figured people in his industry still do heroin, out of character.

Django is a steaming pile of dung like most his movies past Pulp fiction (which was already weak). Tarantino is on his juvenile, exploitation period : next will be a movie about Blue whales attacking Japan. Payback bitches.
post #8467 of 9310
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Originally Posted by Medwed View Post

Saw Hoffman last year in death of a salesman on Brothway. Sad , never figured people in his industry still do heroin, out of character.

Django is a steaming pile of dung like most his movies past Pulp fiction (which was already weak). Tarantino is on his juvenile, exploitation period : next will be a movie about Blue whales attacking Japan. Payback bitches.

Huh.....You is serious?
post #8468 of 9310
I liked Django and Inglorious.

Highly entertaining, though not great "cinema"
post #8469 of 9310
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

PSH is one of my favorite actors of his generation. Stupid way to die but sad nonetheless.

Yeah, he was in his prime and one of the best out there.
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

I liked Django and Inglorious.
Highly entertaining, though not great "cinema"

This. Not everything has to be high cinema to be good. Something that seems to escape some people. In other words, haters gone hate.
post #8470 of 9310
does his death make PSH a legendary actor? from anecdotal evidence, an untimely death of an artist in their prime, seemingly locks them into a higher stratosphere; compared to their living equals who live out their lives into wrinkly/nursing home age
post #8471 of 9310
Interesting question. I don't know if this, so to speak, seals the deal, but I think he earned it either way.

I wonder what they will do for the final installment of the hunger games though.
post #8472 of 9310
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does his death make PSH a legendary actor? from anecdotal evidence, an untimely death of an artist in their prime, seemingly locks them into a higher stratosphere; compared to their living equals who live out their lives into wrinkly/nursing home age


Nope.
He is a very good actor IMO. He is far from legendary!
post #8473 of 9310
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does his death make PSH a legendary actor? from anecdotal evidence, an untimely death of an artist in their prime, seemingly locks them into a higher stratosphere; compared to their living equals who live out their lives into wrinkly/nursing home age

Here is the difference btwn good/very good and LEGENDARY:

-The Panic in Needle Park
-The Godfather
-Serpico
-The Godfather: Part II
-Dog Day Afternoon
-...And Justice for All.
-Scarface
-Sea of Love
-Glengarry Glen Ross
-Scent of a Woman
-Carlito's Way
-Heat
-Donnie Brasco
-Any Given Sunday
post #8474 of 9310
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does his death make PSH a legendary actor? from anecdotal evidence, an untimely death of an artist in their prime, seemingly locks them into a higher stratosphere; compared to their living equals who live out their lives into wrinkly/nursing home age

 

It prevents them from bad work in their declining years. I mean, look at the movies Deniro is doing nowadays.

post #8475 of 9310
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

It prevents them from bad work in their declining years. I mean, look at the SHIT movies Deniro is doing nowadays.


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