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Old 02-17-2008, 09:37 PM   #151
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It just depends on the paycheck I suppose.
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Old 02-17-2008, 09:43 PM   #152
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He should do more with Michael Mann then.
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Everyone should do more with Michael Mann. He's the man.
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Old 02-17-2008, 09:49 PM   #154
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http://imdb.com/title/tt1152836/

shee-it, son.
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Old 02-17-2008, 09:51 PM   #155
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Yeah man, that's going to be excellent. I'd love to see Mann take on another really serious issue again though like The Insider. Not to say his recent films haven't been serious, but you get me.
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Indeed.

Speaking of excellent, caught Kiss Kiss Bang Bang tonight, ridiculously fun action flick. It was like an un-sucky Last Boy Scout. And there's a chance I have a new little crush on Michelle Monaghan. A slight chance.
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I swear I have no idea what you could possibly mean.
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I thank Shane Black for not being afraid to show boobies.

He is a great man.
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And those are some great boobies.
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Old 02-17-2008, 10:11 PM   #160
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Indeed.

I like her better as a blonde, too, compared to her in MI:III.
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When exactly did Al Pacino become Al Pacino the caricature of a great actor instead of Al Pacino the great actor?

Dick Tracy. The Oscar nomination for it only validated his hamminess.
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And Kiss Kiss Bang Bang was such a great movie to begin with, but Monaghan and her copious displays of flesh make it a classic.

That screenplay was award-worthy.

LMP, I think you'll appreciate repeat viewings after you've versed yourself in Film Noir a bit more.
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And Kiss Kiss Bang Bang was such a great movie to begin with, but Monaghan and her copious displays of flesh make it a classic.

That screenplay was award-worthy.

LMP, I think you'll appreciate repeat viewings after you've versed yourself in Film Noir a bit more.
It was just so inventive... a dog eating Robert Downey Jr.'s detached finger? Electro-shock to the nuts? Awesome.

Probably. I'd like to start reading some Raymond Chandler novels soon, too. If that adds to anything.
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That would be a very good idea.

Farewell My Lovely and The Long Goodbye are standouts.
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Does Altman's The Long Goodbye compare to the book?
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