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Ambulance Chaser

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Sounds like a ripoff of "Breakdown" with Kurt Russell...
I rewatched Breakdown a few weeks ago. It’s quite good aside from the action movie trope of the meek main character discovering superpowers when put into a stressful situation. J.D. Walsh in particular is fantastic.
 

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J. T. Walsh.

Breakdown was the last movie he saw released. The next three came after his death.

He was one of the best character actors of that time. Never failed to elevate a scene when he walked on.

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So Ter and I aren’t the only ones who find the movie total fucking garbage
interesting . I've walked out of a LOT of movies , this is convincing me to give it a spin

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also : i caught The Haunting (1999) . always like to see lili taylor . the production design is epic except for the cgi stuff , otherwise meh
 

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interesting . I've walked out of a LOT of movies , this is convincing me to give it a spin
Good luck. If you can make it through an almost 3 hour trash flick, please report back.
 

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No it isn’t. You still won’t understand wtf is happening after rewatching it several times or watching YouTube clips explaining wtf is happening. It’ll never make sense.
Even my 12-year old son finds it pretty easy to follow*. I don't understand why people think Nolan films are complicated. They usually have one gimmick and once you figure it out, that's it.

*this doesn't mean it makes any sense IRL
 

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Saw Blonde yesterday with the missus. Don’t really know or care about the Monroe “story” so I found the cinematography pretty good, the plot/storyline was whatever but I don’t mind seeing Ana De Armas naked as much as possible.

Also just got through the bonkers Indian flick RRR. My first full Bollywood film and the action was pretty off the wall. Also weird to western sensibilities to have the end/ending credits be a 5 minute dance number with the main characters.Would love to see Vin Diesel and the Rock end a movie with a huge sing and dance number after the spending the previous two hours killing everyone in sight.
 

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I know Raging Bull is a classic, but I didn’t connect with it for some reason. The boxing scenes were just okay. Would not rewatch.
 

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Even my 12-year old son finds it pretty easy to follow*. I don't understand why people think Nolan films are complicated. They usually have one gimmick and once you figure it out, that's it.

*this doesn't mean it makes any sense IRL
i think they might be complicated but it doesn't make them "deep" or "sophisticated," i just think it's messy storytelling. i'm still unable to articulate why i dislike nolan's movies, it's like he's trying to do tarkovsky but the only tools he has are ones he's borrowing from michael bay. i haven't seen tenet yet, i've seen enough nolan to not be interested. maybe one day i'll be bored enough?
 

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I know Raging Bull is a classic, but I didn’t connect with it for some reason. The boxing scenes were just okay. Would not rewatch.

I'm a HUGE boxing fan....and have never seen it.
 

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Saw Blonde yesterday with the missus. Don’t really know or care about the Monroe “story” so I found the cinematography pretty good, the plot/storyline was whatever but I don’t mind seeing Ana De Armas naked as much as possible.

Also just got through the bonkers Indian flick RRR. My first full Bollywood film and the action was pretty off the wall. Also weird to western sensibilities to have the end/ending credits be a 5 minute dance number with the main characters.Would love to see Vin Diesel and the Rock end a movie with a huge sing and dance number after the spending the previous two hours killing everyone in sight.
That is an Indian masala cinema, where they try to mix all the emotions. You should try Bahubali, which is from the same director
 

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Craig with Seydoux stable diffusion demo

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last one a movie poster

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