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    The Movie Ted

    The Movie Ted

    I soon, as saw the Advert I knew I had to watch the movie straight away. It was different to how I pictured it, but it was still quite entertaining. The ending was just hilarious, mostly to the fact that it was a Teddy bear losing it's life.

    So, how did you find it?
    A star in the making

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    Was just going to watch Love Exposure and realised my DVR only got the first 45 mins. Shiiiiiiiiiitttttt.

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    So apparently Rachel Weisz got totally edited out of Terrence Malick's new film, Ben Affleck is the lead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akbar View Post
    So apparently Rachel Weisz got totally edited out of Terrence Malick's new film, Ben Affleck is the lead.
    Michael Sheen got cut out, too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Ape View Post
    Michael Sheen got cut out, too.
    I guess the actors care more that they worked with Malick, but must be a piss take to not see your work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akbar View Post
    I guess the actors care more that they worked with Malick, but must be a piss take to not see your work.
    A lot of these people are professionals as well as artists, so they're probably completely understanding if it's for the betterment of the finished product. Plus, just like you said: they got to work with Terrence freakin' Malick. That's got to be a bucket list sort of thing for most serious actors.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Ape View Post
    A lot of these people are professionals as well as artists, so they're probably completely understanding if it's for the betterment of the finished product. Plus, just like you said: they got to work with Terrence freakin' Malick. That's got to be a bucket list sort of thing for most serious actors.
    Even Ben Affleck can say he was the God damn lead in Malick film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akbar View Post
    Even Ben Affleck can say he was the God damn lead in Malick film.
    So can Colin "box-office poison" Farrell.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Ape View Post
    So can Colin "box-office poison" Farrell.
    Very mysterious Malick is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Ape View Post
    So can Colin "box-office poison" Farrell.
    Let me tell you who else is box office poison - Dan Ackroyd. I used to quite like old Dan but it's become quite evident to me that every movie he's in, he's like this massive black hole of charisma that brings even the best actors into his talent sucking sphere. I was "lucky" enough to catch part of 'Loose Cannons', the 1990 cop-schlock flick co-starring the usually reliable Gene Hackman. Well, Gene must have had a divorce to pay for or something to take on this tripe. While the movie was always going to be pus no matter who starred in it, Ackroyd manages a turn SO bad, that Hackman loses 10 cool points for even allowing himself to be cast alongside him. Rating - shite/10



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