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    Skyfall was great; Bond/Silva worked well as hero/villain. Great locales and music like all 007 movies!

    Broken City was great as well. An up close look at political corruption and power plays. Walberg as a P.I. and Crowe as NYC mayor made for an interesting contrast.

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    About the best I can say in regards to Broken City is that it's a movie. And that I watched it. Beyond that, though, it was instantly forgettable fluff. Wahlberg and Crowe gotta eat, I guess.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Ape View Post
    Claire Danes' chin >>> Karl Urban's

    It's a tight race, though, and a chin-off for the ages.
    Random fact: I'm watching Stardust as I type this. I can't believe that Claire Danes is the Shooting Star. That I would come across this post while watching it is straight up Matrix shit.

    Claire looks, like, fifteen years younger.
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    That is pretty funny.

    I still can't get over that Carrie Mathison and Hannibal's Will Graham knock boots in real life. Like, I imagine that they leave their pants on and just sort of fuck each other with their emotional intensity and shit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Ape View Post
    That is pretty funny.

    I still can't get over that Carrie Mathison and Hannibal's Will Graham knock boots in real life. Like, I imagine that they leave their pants on and just sort of fuck each other with their emotional intensity and shit.
    Sounds ever so sexy

    Stardust just finished, and I still can't believe that Carrie and the star are the same woman. She was literally one of the sweetest looking women on the planet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crimsondynamo1 View Post
    Skyfall was great; Bond/Silva worked well as hero/villain. Great locales and music like all 007 movies
    I loved Skyfall too. Javier Bardem plays an awesome villain.
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    The Iceman was a fine film. The performance of Michael Shannon helped elevate it from just-above-average. He managed to present a sort of The Shining gangster hit-man (without the supernatural). He's got to be one of the top American actors working. He just got into the role. A slick showing. The supporting cast is pretty decent, too. I don't know if they were all fully utilised, but it was just good to see. Liotta was respectable, usual Liotta; Chris Evans was acceptable, it was good seeing him in something un-actionheroey. Didn't quite get the point of James Franco turning up for a minute, but hey ho.

    It's not like, "go out of your way to watch this!", but if you get an opportunity to watch it, watch it. I guess.

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    Just finished Justice League: War, and again it proves why DC is superior with its animated films. The movie was awesome 8 out of 10. Now bring of Son of Batman!
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    Just watched The Way Way Back. Really enjoyed it but with the cast and the team behind it I sort of expected to. Steve Carrell plays an absolute prick. 8.5/10


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    Quote Originally Posted by Androo View Post
    The Iceman was a fine film. The performance of Michael Shannon helped elevate it from just-above-average. He managed to present a sort of The Shining gangster hit-man (without the supernatural). He's got to be one of the top American actors working. He just got into the role. A slick showing. The supporting cast is pretty decent, too. I don't know if they were all fully utilised, but it was just good to see. Liotta was respectable, usual Liotta; Chris Evans was acceptable, it was good seeing him in something un-actionheroey. Didn't quite get the point of James Franco turning up for a minute, but hey ho.

    It's not like, "go out of your way to watch this!", but if you get an opportunity to watch it, watch it. I guess.
    Pretty much my thoughts exactly. If Shannon is the star of the movie you can pretty much count on it being good. Seeing David Schwimmer as a bad guy was pretty hilarious to me.

    Shotgun Stories is an enjoyable offbeat movie starring Shannon too.
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