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I responded to a post that compared one scene in "SPR" to one scene in "1917". That's why I said one scene in "SPR" was more similar to the one...
Who argued that you have to be a talk show host to play one?
No one other than Mr. Straw Man.
Some feel that De Niro's performance as a talk...
I think the more apt comparison comes from the "SPR" scene in which [spoiler]
Yup. The positive buzz makes it more intriguing!
Surprised "Dolittle" did that well. It's still gonna lose buckets of money, but at least it will do better than "Cats"!
Here's the clip:
Cool that De Niro went along with it!
You're probably right! And it doesn't really make sense that Fridge would feel pain due to a real-life injury while in Shelly's body.
BTW, one character thread felt like it got cut off.
When in Shelly's body, Fridge sprains his ankle and complains about the pain. However, when...
Finally got around to this one today and liked it. I think it's as good as the 2017 film - nothing groundbreaking but exciting and fun. Good way...
Oh buddy, you ain't kidding! Worst scene of the movie comes [spoiler]
Agree. Hart was fantastic as Glover, though - he made the most mundane lines hilarious due to his understated delivery.
Never saw that film so I can't say.
Some of us think "1917" echoes "SPR" - live with it!
I did it less as the movie progressed. It's pretty obvious - "hey, let's shoot behind this tree for a split-second!" :D
Mission to perform a specific task that requires an arduous journey and involves the rescue of a specific person.
Yes, the mission itself doesn't...
I thought it was an entertaining action movie but not a quote/unquote "great film".
It just lacked the character depth it needed to be more than...