Discussion in 'The Bar' started by wanker, Feb 17, 2012.
that director is going places...
I didn't get it, slow, no dialogue from gosselin, jmo, to me over rated
i think tht was whole point..he was a driver and not much else... he let his driving do his talking for himself..
he was good at it
I liked it.. I'm burning The Help in 1080 as we speak, anyone see it?
Maybe you can answer this: *** SPOILER ALERT***
Why didn't he just drive over Albert Brooks like he did his partner, instead of walking up to him so he could get knifed
havnt seen it yet
emma stone is yummy
I heard if you are a white guilt liberal, the movie is good.
well i think the build up to alberts death was pretty cool in the cuts from the rest> to the parking lot
plus the way albert calmly cut bryans arm was cold, calculated and quite chilling...
No I really liked the movie, great cinematography, pacing was excellent, good acting.....but I say that's a plot flaw
carey muligan is quite a hot talent as well michell williams..i betya they both get offered the same parts
all of this. I totally dug it. The pace of the flick brought a lot of tension.
yea there a coupla scenes that the director who i am a fan of took a a risk and went a different way...
the scenes of ryans and alberts shadow in the parking lot and long cut to ryans still face in the car after the fact...was like ok does he make this a happy ending or bit of a downer?
i was that invested in the characters
That's kind of what I figure, but it got an 8.0 on imdb and at 76% on Rotten Tomatoes, so I thought I would give it a go
you heard of cinavia???? google it.
watched ides of march tonight.
george clooney and ryan g
bit of more formulaic picture but gossling is a major talent
see lars and the real girl and Half Nelson
speaking of cinematography, Immortals is visually stunning
Maybe it's just me, but every film I have seen of this kid Gosselen, He has no dialogue, maybe thats his thing, I dont know