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Discussion in 'The Vapor Lounge' started by basement farmer, Dec 25, 2013.

  1. basement farmer

    basement farmer My face is melting...

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    "I'm not drunk... I'm, I'm grumpy"

    No web searching allowed.
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    lwien Well-Known Member

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    Great poster, eh? (no..........not me. The poster....^^)
  3. basement farmer

    basement farmer My face is melting...

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    Wow, that didn't take long! I'm impressed.

    Yes that is an awesome poster from a movie most people have never heard of.

  4. lwien

    lwien Well-Known Member

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    Yeah. Kinda typical though. I know a lot about things most have never heard of before but the flip side is that I know very little about things that most know a lot about.
  5. syrupy

    syrupy where a vape has no name

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    That's quite a cast, there!
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    IMO the only reason to see this movie is because its Ledgers last movie. He was amazing in almost everything. It was widely publicized and received terrible reviews, relegating it to immediate DVD status. Not Donnie Dario cult status, or even The Crow/Brandon Lee status, but more like The Unfortunate Last Films of 8 Legendary Actors.

    I only react so harshly as it was 2 wasted hours of my life I will never get back. I think IGNs review is the most accurate:
    "Scenes, like the characters, just ramble on, lost in confusion. Nobody seems to really know what they're doing; they're just doing it. It's not like the story was zipping along fine and then -- boom! -- its star dies and the whole thing comes undone. No, even in Ledger's scenes there's a notable lack of focus evident throughout. While surrealism has long been a hallmark of Gilliam's films, here it ultimately amounts to little more than an excuse for ornate production design and overused (and not particularly good) CGI."
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    lwien Well-Known Member

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    Who cares if it's a great movie as long as it has a great poster. ;)
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    The Greatest Movie Poster of All Time?
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