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The book of Eli, great movie

SpallaCamiccia

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I watched yesterday the book of Eli.

Great movie. Featuring a world as Mad Max II and the Sergio Leone Eastwood trilogy that are a current in my life.

Talks about manipulation and a world in decay. Impressed me. Also a great industrial dark soundtrack.
 

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Really? I thought it sucked.
 

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I love post-apocalyptic movies and love Denzel Washington but that movie just sucked.
 

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Originally Posted by kwilkinson
lol dude is bl ind and it's a bible written in braille.
I have realiced that on the facebook page, but not sure as he shooted several guys too far to be smelled , and he also in several sentences after going out of buildings puts his sunglasses on after looking at the sky.
Originally Posted by Brosef
I love post-apocalyptic movies and love Denzel Washington but that movie just sucked.
Denzel is top notch here, why you didn´t like it ?
 

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Originally Posted by w.o.e.is.me.
word. i wasn't impressed either.
Denzel needs to find another good role.


Gonna be tough because of his age. His leading roles are going to become rarer an rarer.
 

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Lol, no, this movie was garbage.

The Road Warrior was awesome, though.
 

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This movie was awful. Any gamers notice how they took many themes from the Fallout saga?
 

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^ yes.

terrible terrible movie. i felt like it was fallout in movie form.

i fell asleep watching it the first time around.
 

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OH MAN THIS MOVIE SUCKED SO BAD

WHEN I SAW THIS MOVIE I SAW IT WITH MY BUDDY TYRONE I SAID HEY TYRONE THIS MOVIE SUCKS MY FUCKING BALLSACK OFF ITS HINGES

TYRONE SAID LOL YES IT DOES\\\\\\\\\\
 

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Originally Posted by SpallaCamiccia
I watched yesterday the book of Eli.

Great movie. Featuring a world as Mad Max II and the Sergio Leone Eastwood trilogy that are a current in my life.

Talks about manipulation and a world in decay. Impressed me. Also a great industrial dark soundtrack.


It's crap imo, one of the worst and cheesiest, post-apocolyptic movies to come out in a good while. THe heroin was diabolically badly portrayed as a spoilt and petulant brat making ridiculous, drama-queen decisions that were completely out of place for the setting she was in, and combined with the rather weak plot, it just didn't do anything for me.

if you want a truly good, gritty movie in that sort of setting, except 10x more brutal, then watch The Road with Vigo Mortensen http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0898367/

Trailer here , in fact one of the few occasions where the film is much better than the trailer.

After you finish it, you'll be thinking of it for some time to come.
 

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