Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by edinatlanta, Nov 29, 2010.
i guess roast beef?
Really enjoyed it. Better you know nothing about it going in. Caught me totally by surprise.
^Moon is awesome. Didn't know what to exoect going in and was left quite satisfied when it ended. Those who haven't seen it should add it to your list.
Yes, this was a very good movie. Besides, I've always liked Sam Rockwell, and I'm definitely going to give this movie a second screening now that I'm reminded.
I tried to get into Bad Lieutenant, but it's just a stupid movie. Just like King of New York, it's just skeez-chic and meaningless. For a movie that tries to portray the cliché moral bankruptcy and salvation shtick, it sure does have a romanticized junkie worship tone while doing so. It reminds me of why Johnny Thunders fans are so lame. The lead character is utterly unconvincing. Any cop who behaves like he does all day wouldn't go unnoticed by lunchtime.
Amazing movie. David Bowie's son directed it.
The concept of this sounds awesome.
The original Bad Lieutenant, or the remake? The original is amazing. Keitel is out of his mind.
talked about a few pages ago. the cool concept and story line makes up for the less than stellar acting. worth watching.
watched 2 movies last night.
contraband - way better than i expected. all around really good.
priest - standard killing vampires movie. decent killing, everyone talks in a pseudo undertone. decent fighting. just ok.
man on a ledge - freakin awesome. loved it.
jules et jim and doom.
I would imagine popcorn, nachos, and whatever else she was inhaling on a regular basis.
Bad Lieutenant with Keitel is an awesome art film, way deeper than just a crooked junkie cop's escapades. Never seen the remake, I hate Nicholas Cage....but love Herzog....what to do?
Started watching the MST3K version of this last night, but actually got into it so I got irritated w/ the commentary. Luckily the gf has the original on DVD, so we popped that in.
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