Dubey, on 29 May 2012 - 11:59 AM, said:
Ides of MarchIt was pheonomenal. I loved pretty much every minute of it. great cast, obviously, and just really tense and well done all the way through.
really? I was just re-thinking about this movie the other day (some random daydream about clooney and gosling, as usual) and I remembered how bland I thought it was. to me it seemed like a movie that wanted to be so much more than it ever got to be. like they didn't build the characters or plot or anything up enough, or something like that. should I possibly give it another shot? you know, for clooney/gosling?also: things I just watched - the greatest movie ever sold. liked it a lot. it was pretty damn funny and interesting to see how all of that worked. it didn't really dig as deep as I would have liked it to, but considering how he paid for the movie (with the sponsers that the movie was basically about), that would have been pretty difficult. hotel rwanda - it was ok. I... don't have much more to say about it. which seems weird for a movie about geonocide, but here we are.also rewatched the basketball diaries. loved this when I was a teenager, fuc
king hate it now. his writing was shit. at least what was in the movie.
AmScray, on 30 August 2010 - 12:41 PM, said:
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