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Michael Mann's MIAMI VICE (merged)

Discussion in 'Movies' started by Nathan V, Dec 12, 2005.

  1. JediFonger

    JediFonger Well-Known Member

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    haven't seen it completely through for a while now, but i'd often pop it in for random scenes, the gun fight is still awesome, very HEAT-esque. my fav. part is near the end of the gun fight, sonny+tub look @one another and just KNOWS what is going on. they don't need words. looks/glances just communicate so much between these long time partners. just luv it =). very awesome acting amongst all the cast.
     
  2. Brett_M

    Brett_M Well-Known Member

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    Agreed. Gets better which each viewing. So dense with information and yet there are so many subtle scenes with almost no dialog.
    Can't wait for Public Enemies.
    Edited by Brett_M - 7/13/2009 at 04:35 am GMT
     
  3. Chris Atkins

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    Yep, I watched this one in anticipation of Public Enemies.
    The film IS dense, and it doesn't dumb things down for its audience, which I love.
     
  4. Nathan V

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    Great review. I love this film. The extended/alternate cut is the one to watch. Those who ignored it should give it a look.
     

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