Only reason to see is this movie is that Rosario Dawson is completely naked.
samueL l jackson said it best - "ENGLISH, MOTHERFUCKER! DO YOU SPEAK IT???"
Nicole Kidman looks stunning. She was great in The Paperboy but the movie was kinda stupid.
You also have to understand this this occurred during a dark time in this nation's history when some radical right wing Christians were convinced that there were Satanists practicing in every day care center and school in this nation. And as a resident of Memphis at the time, I can tell you that the Mid-South is full of ignorant bible beating morons who latched onto the idea that these guys were Satanists. And the ignorant cops in West Memphis were the worst of the bunch. Yet every news story I saw at the time had me convinced Terry Hobbs killed those boys and yet the cops treated him like some sort of hero. It was beyond frustrating to watch.
Man fuck them suckers did my manz in did ya hear my manz voice on the last call it went like white boy SOS u left me in the jungle man ...
I hear the tears in my manz voice
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It's not easy to see a lot of his films. You have to work at it. He's sort of an Iggy isn't he?
Has Holman really even watched any Herzog besides Grizzly Man? Really, bringing in internet memes?
Herzog's a stud.
the comic book retelling of parker is great
clatl really has a hard-on for this guy
Gus van Sant is possibly the worst director to ever have a project greenlighted. Imagine my surprise that he makes a poor case for the cause du jour.
I'm not sure how credible your review is considering the ridiculous number of natural gas-related puns you used.
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Curt, you're almost dead-on -> however your analysis is askew by pawning the corruption soley off on corporate entities when the blame lies on the power elite systems involving the collusion of private and non-private entities. Gere's company has been pyramiding its way past its troubles and so has the government of the u.s.a...this is a story plot point that rarely gets explored as American citizens cling to their faithful and flawed belief in rule by the people's electives
"The fish-out-of-water premise calls for more comedy than Rings, which isn't the filmmaker's strongest suit."
Jackson's pre-LOTR movies such as "The Frighteners" and "Dead Alive" prove the opposite. Maybe it's not your style, but I look forward to what sounds like a return to funnier form.
Gotta go see....
Here's the line that got me:
"The cinematography's saturated colors look unlike any you can see in today's cinemas"
Gimmee. Cinematography is for shit these days.
What a waste of everybody's time and money! They were trying to make a Kafka-esque movie being surreal and off-the-charts insane. I'll give them "A" for effort because it was strange and there were so many unexpected situations, and the makeup was oustanding - but they still failed. This guy gets in a limo and makes stops. Each stop is planned by somebody/some group. The guy emerges from the limo with a scripted event, makeup/costumes/prosthetics to be an entirely different person. A scenario is acted out and he gets back in the limo to go to the next appointment. Presumably, some body or group is watching on camera. I kept thinking: "This guy has more personalities, masks and wigs than Tracey Ullman.", but I also kept thinking, "Why? Why are they doing this? Why should we care?" Sometimes it was just so far-fetched and idiotic the audience just burst out laughing at how pretentious and preposterous a situation was - particularly near the end. The final scene was so stupid people gasped at the nerve of the writers/director to put something that silly on the screen while pretending it was art or clever (or something). I'm sure the movie had some deep-seated message I was supposed to get out of the situations, but it certainly escaped me.
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