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post #136 of 171
SNL Spoof with Jim Carrey... It actually show's that new indian cast member's nice rack and potentially banging body..

i'd thought i'd tired of jim carrey's schtick, but its still funny.. http://www.hulu.com/watch/205721/sat...ive-black-swan
post #137 of 171
Just wanted to say Vincent Cassell was fucking alpha.
post #138 of 171
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Just wanted to say Vincent Cassell was fucking alpha.

He is always fucking alpha. Probably my favourite actor tbf.



He has done so many awesome roles. La Haine, Eastern Promises, Oceans 12/13, Irreversible and, especially, the two films about Jacques Mesrine.
post #139 of 171
Wow, I didn't even realize he was the same actor from Eastern Promises. I think he's great btw.
post #140 of 171
He's my hero just for scoring his wife.

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Wow, I didn't even realize he was the same actor from Eastern Promises. I think he's great btw.
post #141 of 171
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This movie freaked my shit out.

+1

I did not enjoy the movie overall, not my taste. Good performance from Portman, though.
post #142 of 171
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Hey, here's another unrealistic movie about a person's descent into madness, where their profession is probably not 100% accurately portrayed and the movie focuses on a hyperrealistic interpretation of their life:



I think this represented the worst cliche's of Vice Presidents of Investment Banks on Wall Street in the 1980's.

The Killer Collector's Edition? Jesus. That is really super.
post #143 of 171
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The Killer Collector's Edition? Jesus. That is really super.

If you'll notice, it's also "uncut".
post #144 of 171
I'm surprised coon cheese gets noms for that garbage. Winona Ryder was quite convincing as a psycho diva, particularly her hospital scene. Barbara Hershey almost stole the show as the mother (but I would have loved to have seen Karen Black in this role). That's two other supporting performances in the same film that deserve far more praise than her performance.
post #145 of 171
Suprised at how damn good this was - it's hard to continually ratchet up tension when the audience broadly knows what's going down (descent into madness) but Aronofsky pulled it off, and Portman deserves any awards she gets. Never thought she could act her way out of a paper bag before, to be honest.

It was a better Brian DePalma movie than DePalma's made in a couple of decades.
post #146 of 171
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...Portman deserves any awards she gets. Never thought she could act her way out of a paper bag before, to be honest.
I agree, but how does she go from Black Swan to ‘acting’ with Ashton Kutcher?
post #147 of 171
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I agree, but how does she go from Black Swan to "˜acting' with Ashton Kutcher?

I heard she has four movies coming out in this quarter. I reckon one of them is probably more than a year since it was originally made.
post #148 of 171
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If you'll notice, it's also "uncut".

so how long is it now?
post #149 of 171
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+1

I did not enjoy the movie overall, not my taste. Good performance from Portman, though.
I'm not sure I "did not enjoy" it, but it was pretty ****ing weird for my taste.

There was a 12 year old girl and her mom sitting behind me. Looking at her facial expression after the movie, I'm pretty sure I enjoyed it more then she did.
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so how long is it now?

That's what she said?
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