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  1. gwynplaine L'homme qui rit.

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    I agree.
    Is that the one where he plays Dali?
     
  2. Majik1387 Registered

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    That's the one.
     
  3. gwynplaine L'homme qui rit.

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    25th Hour is Spike Lee's best film.
     
  5. some guy Blackagar Boltagon

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    And I usually love it when people stick up for Spidey, but yeah, way too many people liked him in the movies.
     
  6. JAK® Upstart

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    Couldn't disagree more. He is the only live action Batman that has managed to convince me that crimefighting is his life. Yes, even moreso than Bale.
     
  7. Doctor Jones shocked and baffled

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    Other than physicality, Keaton's Bruce is pretty close to the comics. Although I disagree with Burton and Ham's notion of him starting out as insane. But other than that, the portrayal is accurate.
     
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    Spider-Man 2 was overrated.

    *runs away*
     
  9. gwynplaine L'homme qui rit.

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    No, stay it's the unpopular thread.:woot:
    Oh and I agree btw.

    *runs away*
     
  10. MadVillainy C'mon Son

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    I didnt like The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo that much
     
  11. Tron Bonne All Ass, No Sass

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    Well, I guess that depends on where you look.
     
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    *Chases him with samurai sword*

    Come back I need to talk to you about Kill Bill! :woot:
     
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    I want both of them to branch out and be successful. Personally I think Pattinson's screwed so I have more faith in Efron. He needs to get together with a great director and doesn't need to take a Nicholas Sparks film :csad:.

    He needs his "Departed".
     
  14. HighFivingMF Welp.

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    I'm not remotely offended or negatively effected by the fact that Will Smith is putting his kids in movies. I'll just not watch them.
     
  15. MadVillainy C'mon Son

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    Me neither. I dont mind his kids. [BLACKOUT]Whip My Hair is fun and catchy to me[/BLACKOUT]. I just wish they would do something original and not do remakes. But even if they do I just wont see them. I didnt see The Karate Kid and I probably wont see this Annie remake if it ever comes around

    I do wish Will will do something other than sequels though. The only sequel I want to see from him is Bad Boys 3



    and Im already like Efron. I thought he was really funny in 17 again. He does need that role like Charlize Theron had with Monster where he transforms. ANd I hope Pattinson's career goes far, after appearing in Twilight he deserves that especially since he takes himself seriously
     
  16. Ponyboy Serenity now!

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    I thought Prince of Persia was a straight up piss take on Aladdin. Then I found it was a video game series. Either way, the movie was boring.
     
  17. bullets bang bang

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    I agree , he should have a decent career outside of Twilight.
     
  18. Crockett With Teeth

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    He has that Cosmopolis movie with David Cronenberg, that will be interesting to see.
    I haven't seen any movie with him besides GoF but I think he has the ability to give a good performance under the right direction.
     
  19. gwynplaine L'homme qui rit.

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    Besides Rapace, I didn't like it that much either. I think Fincher might really improve on it and I like Rooney Mara's look so far.

    Haha:woot:

    I don't really have a problem with nepotism as long as the family members have talent and something to bring to the table (See Jeff Bridges, Michael Douglas etc...)
    Of course I think it's probably too early to tell for the Smith kids though.

    I think that maybe Pattinson could play a Bond villain. He can have that creepy dandy vibe that could play well against Craig's (if he comes back as Bond. *crosses fingers*)more brutal take on 007.
     
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  20. MadVillainy C'mon Son

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    Yeah I hope Fincher improves on it too

    -Just saw Robocop for the first time and liked it. I wouldnt be opposed to a remake/reboot of it
     
  21. Doctor Jones shocked and baffled

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    True, but he definitely fits the fixation and obsession that Bruce has.

    I love his awkwardness in the first film. Bale's Bruce puts on the act of a baffoon while Keaton is just plain awkward and not comfortable around others. I think both fit very well. I just like to think since Batman is new in Gotham in B89, Bruce has just come back from being gone for years. He doesn't fit back into society very well at first.

    In BR you see a much more confident Bruce. Other than him being dumbstruck by Selina (who wouldn't if they saw her walking in?) he stood up to Shrek and bagged Selina pretty easily once they were trying to figure eachother out. Then him trying to save Selina at the end of BR. He was probably like that once, but managed to get away from that (contradictions aside) so when he was reaching out to Selina, he meant it. She's probably the closest to understanding him as he was to her in a strange way.

    It's very fascinating.
     
  22. ALP In The Mountains

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    His new film Water for Elephants looks terrific.

    And I also quite liked Little Ashes. I think Pattinson has a bright future. He reminds me of Johnny Depp with Twilight being the equivalent of Depp's 21 Jump Street.
     
  23. bullets bang bang

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    I didn't either , it was decent but I wasn't into the story. I'll only see the remake because Fincher is doing it.
     
  24. gwynplaine L'homme qui rit.

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    I think Craig will make a great Blomkvist.
     
  25. Art_of_Crime Heretic

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    Ghost World is still one of the worst movies I have ever seen.

    I liked The Warriors Way... for some reason.
     
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