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It has to, without a doubt, be anything done by Martin McDonagh. 'In Bruges' and 'Seven Psychopath's contain, probably, two of the most incredible and intelligent scripts in film. Period.
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It has to, without a doubt, be anything done by Martin McDonagh. 'In Bruges' and 'Seven Psychopath's contain, probably, two of the most incredible and intelligent scripts in film. Period.
"You're an inanimate fucking object!"

I still die every time I see it!
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It has to, without a doubt, be anything done by Martin McDonagh. 'In Bruges' and 'Seven Psychopath's contain, probably, two of the most incredible and intelligent scripts in film. Period.
Definitely In Bruges!

Everything about it; the cast, the script, the plot, everything. It's a phenomenal film in every sense of the word.
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I, for one, am ridiculously excited for trainspotting 2 to be released. I loved the first one, and the book series is fantastic. Irvine Welsh is simply a genius.
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Burn After Reading is one of the greatest films I have ever seen. I'm still not 100% sure if I understand it as the director intended, but I definitely started taking Brad Pitt more seriously and not just as a commercial actor.
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Burn After Reading is one of the greatest films I have ever seen. I'm still not 100% sure if I understand it as the director intended, but I definitely started taking Brad Pitt more seriously and not just as a commercial actor.
A commercial actor?

Hello?

Fight Club? 12 Monkeys? Inglorious Bastards? Snatch?

Need I say more?

Yes, these films may fall under the category of"commercial" , but as an actor, these films are some of his best work. He wasn't always just the pretty guy in the movie.

Go watch 12 Monkeys, the 1995 film, not the ridiculous TV series. Then you might get it.
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I, for one, am ridiculously excited for trainspotting 2 to be released. I loved the first one, and the book series is fantastic. Irvine Welsh is simply a genius.
I, too, am looking forward to the sequel to Trainspotting. It would also be great to see the entire book series come to life, yet I do think that the opportunity to do so has closed, which is really unfortunate.
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A commercial actor?

Hello?

Fight Club? 12 Monkeys? Inglorious Bastards? Snatch?

Need I say more?

Yes, these films may fall under the category of"commercial" , but as an actor, these films are some of his best work. He wasn't always just the pretty guy in the movie.

Go watch 12 Monkeys, the 1995 film, not the ridiculous TV series. Then you might get it.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion on the matter. Yes, he is a great actor. Personally, I just have a different taste in film and acting. That is all.
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Probably anything from Tarantino. I don't think that anyone here can say that they hated Pulp Fiction or Inglorious Bastards. If you can though, then I am not sure as to why you are a part of a gathering on Dark Comedies...
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Burn After Reading is one of the greatest films I have ever seen. I'm still not 100% sure if I understand it as the director intended, but I definitely started taking Brad Pitt more seriously and not just as a commercial actor.
Burn After Reading is great!

Most, if not all, of these films seem to be a bit more witty and intelligent when it comes to the script and the characters.
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Recently watched the original Death at a Funeral and I loved it
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Recently watched the original Death at a Funeral and I loved it
Okay, that is something that I can definitely agree with you on. British humor is always that much better.
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anything by David Lynch with the exception of The Straight Story and Hill which weren't especially clever. All things considered, Ridge was however not intentionally. Blue Velvet is fabulously dull and entertaining.
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