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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by TwinkieGorilla, Jan 22, 2008.
dunno the Blood thing, but the No Country For Old Men is pretty 'meh'. it's incoherent and even kinda sucky. i dont see what people get hyped out over... except about the book it came from ofc.
I didn't like No Country that much either, but TWBB was great. Daniel Day-Lewis acted extremely well. Can't say the same for Paul Dano but whatever. The milkshake scene at the end was seriously epic.
Peter Travers and Janet Maslin look out!!! we have a new film critic in the making!!!
Hey, Monkey Boy: guess who made the soundtrack for TWBB?
Jonny Greenwood from Radiohead!
Bwahahaha! In your face, you bananamuncher you!
I really enjoyed No Country For Old Men. True, the unexpected ending was partly lost due to Tommy's slurred voice and it wasn't that much of an apropos ending to such a movie either, but what I really liked about the movie was the slow-moving, character-driven plot. I was really caught by that Chigurh fellow. Clearly an actor with a lot of potential.
There Will Be Blood...I thought it was a bad horror movie, from the title, and avoided seeing it for a little while. A few hours ago, though, I saw it and I really liked it. The movie was great, it had powerful visuals, a nice script, a driving score, and some awesome acting by Daniel Day-Lewis. Paul Dano was ok, I liked him when he was a little bit calmer, or less violently emotive (what with the Satan expelling and all), particularly in the last scene.
I loved the secondary characters in the movie, like Daniel's assistant, H.W.'s translator, Paul (Eli's brother who you see in one scene and is midly confusing), and Abel.
euhm, the dude is actually pretty famous already, but not for his hollywood roles.
I was referring to being an potential actor as of Hollywood nature. Surely, Javier Bardem is a well-know actor for his roles in Spanish movies, but I reckon that he deserves more international recognition.
Goddamn this movie rocks. See it as soon and as often as you can. It is better then Boogie Nights, which also rocked.