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The Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis *cough* scene was quite unexpected. I hadn't been following the news, obviously. Anyone else seen it?
 

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Want to. Heard a bad review from a guy at a bar on Friday. Still want to see it.
 

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Looking forward to seeing it, now that it's getting a wide release (December 22). Will make for an interesting double-feature with True Grit.
 

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Does Aronofsky make them go "ass-to-ass" like Jennifer Connelly in "Requiem for a Dream?"
 

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Agreed on the Oscar for Portman. As the credits started rolling, I think everyone in the theater said, "What kind of facocta movie was this!?!" Overall, a great flick that really sucks you into the mind of a mentally deranged individual.
 

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It's frustrating that a director who is quite talented hasn't made a film since Pi that didn't feel like a self important public service announcement. Requiem for a Dream was the worst offender. It was fraught with after school special level ridiculousness. I have some hope for this one as the story seems to lend itself to his special brand of visual and narrative absurdity.
 

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Originally Posted by Nananine
Oh it's more than that.
More like "mouth-to-vagina"


Wow, I was gonna say something to the effect of "This is the first time I will resist a spoiler", but the moment I hit qoute I see the spoiler
 

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Originally Posted by Dr. Mabuse
It's frustrating that a director who is quite talented hasn't made a film since Pi that didn't feel like a self important public service announcement. Requiem for a Dream was the worst offender. It was fraught with after school special level ridiculousness. I have some hope for this one as the story seems to lend itself to his special brand of visual and narrative absurdity.

Wanna know why I didn't see it? That pretentious title.
 

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Originally Posted by RFX45
This will have to do for now.


belongs in best gif
 

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"Requiem for a Dream"? You don't think that sounds pretentious? It does to me.
 

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