Critic Review - Fayetteville Free Weekly

Imagine this conversation: A phone call between actor Bob De Niro and director Marty Scorsese. Bobby: Hello, Marty. I've been calling and texting, but you never answer. (Silence) Bobby: I'm talking to you. Are you talkin' to me? Are you talkin' to me?

February 1, 2009 Full Review Source: Fayetteville Free Weekly | Comments (6)
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jesse_niles

Jesse Niles

Considering De Niro was offered the role of Queenan in The Departed, but could not take it because of a scheduling conflict, I think that perhaps you should spend less time imagining ludicrous conversations and more time getting rid of that stupid *** hat and beard.

Apr 14 - 07:14 PM

Nikki Bazinga

Nikki Bazinga

ROFLMAO.

I cracked up with this awesome retort.

Mar 25 - 11:48 AM

Jansen

Jansen van der Spuy

Haha I don't get it

May 15 - 05:15 PM

Michael M.

Michael McStay

That's really unfunny.

Oct 16 - 05:53 PM

Quadzilla99

Aaron Yovanovits

As much as De Niro and Pacino have admittedly fallen off, there's still something wrong about this nobody douche openly mocking them.

Apr 19 - 10:39 PM

veggieT

clark smith

rofl, click on this guy's "review". It isn't even a review, just a lenghty dialogue between De Niro and Scorsese.

Funniest part:
"Marty: Yes, Bob. Why did you call?

Bobby: I thought you might have a project for the two of us. We made nine movies together, but not since ?Casino? 13 years ago.

Marty: We've gone our separate ways.

Bobby: I did ?Meet the Parents? and ?Analyze This.? They showed my range.

Marty: Yes. You scowled and grinned. You really shouldn't grin, unless you want to play ?I Am Sam.?

Bobby: I've got a good grin. Did you see my latest movie?

(Silence)

Bobby: ?Righteous Kill.?

Marty: I saw your ?Stardust,? ?Arthur and the Invisibles,? ?Hide and Seek: and ?Godsend.?

Bobby: You should see ?Righteous Kill.?

Marty: I really don't want to see a movie without a director and without a script.

Bobby: You did see it. Pacino and I showed how you can work wthout a director or a script. We did some sweet improv.

Marty: To be frank, I think you did ?Righteous Kill? to try to prove that a good director is unnecessary."

Jan 14 - 01:27 PM

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