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Old 02-05-2011, 11:51 AM   #9381 (permalink)
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talk about exceeding expectations....i went into this expecting quite a bit thanks to Dr. Seussicide short but to the point review....and bot did this delivery everything about this movie was just really good.....the cast was superb, story great (not really knowing anything about the film except it involved boxing helped), the fight scenes were incredibly real looking....just a really good movie all around....thanks for the suggestion doc!
I loved this movie dude. I went to see it cause me and my buddy had nothing better to do, and I was completely sucked in from the first scene. It was like a better, more realistic Rocky.
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Old 02-05-2011, 02:34 PM   #9382 (permalink)
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it really is just an all around great movie....i'm actually going again tonight with my sister and her husband



i have to say that i honestly thought i would not really get into this....not being a fan of Facebook and kind of not really caring at all about the strife of its creator....but there is absolutely no denying just how good this movie is....the story was actually really enthralling and interesting from the opening scene in the bar to the somewhat somber telling of the judgements....Jesse Eisenberg was actually phenomenal.....as was pretty much everybody....great direction also considering the movie was so heavy on dialogue....and the soundtrack was...well as aspected very brooding and nicely at times very minimal.....what an interesting story....this really blew me away
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Old 02-05-2011, 02:56 PM   #9383 (permalink)
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The Golem.
I really enjoyed this movie much more than I thought I would. I really loved the use of different color hues that related to each of the central characters.
I did get a Frankenstein feel to the movie by the end of it. I wonder if this movie inspired whoever did Frankenstein Mary Shelley?



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I loved this movie more than I thought I was going to. It was just a really good crime thriller.
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Old 02-05-2011, 03:05 PM   #9384 (permalink)
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I LOL'd at the preview on tv. looks terrible.
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I LOL'd at the preview on tv. looks terrible.
if you can get past the dialogue it's a pretty good action movie.
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Old 02-05-2011, 07:30 PM   #9386 (permalink)
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Wow, this movie was just nuts. I guess David Lynch's notorious directing proceeds him. I still kind of liked it very out there.
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I loved this movie dude. I went to see it cause me and my buddy had nothing better to do, and I was completely sucked in from the first scene. It was like a better, more realistic Rocky.
I just finished watching The Fighter. Terrific movie! Why are all the greatest sports movies either boxing, baseball, or basketball?
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I finally saw the Shawshank Redemption.
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The Golem.
I really enjoyed this movie much more than I thought I would. I really loved the use of different color hues that related to each of the central characters.
I did get a Frankenstein feel to the movie by the end of it. I wonder if this movie inspired whoever did Frankenstein Mary Shelley?
Movie was made in 1922. Frankenstein was written in 1814 (or thereabouts).

I suppose Shelley had heard of the Golem myth/legend?

It's only so similar to Frankenstein because James Whale adopted a few scenes of The Golem for his 1931 "definitive" version of Franky.
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Movie was made in 1922. Frankenstein was written in 1814 (or thereabouts).

I suppose Shelley had heard of the Golem myth/legend?

It's only so similar to Frankenstein because James Whale adopted a few scenes of The Golem for his 1931 "definitive" version of Franky.
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