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on 10/24/04 at 02:33 AM
The only thing I remember about Air Force One are those awful special effects near the end.
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on 10/24/04 at 04:00 AM
So very true. Weird because the rest of the FX are kinda incredible
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on 10/24/04 at 06:51 AM
Uh, how does 7.5 equals 6?
And both are too low. Teasing? That's (almost) exactly the point. The relationship goes unconsumed, the tension of the upcoming first moments are always there, yet because of chinese moral values and a fear to simply repeat love out of spite keeps the protagonists from letting go.
And Amadeus isn't tragic, it's a satire or in a way, a drama about the mediocrity of the masses! GAH! How could it score the same as Air Force One? Jesus Titty-Fucking Christ!
on 10/24/04 at 08:07 AM
a)How does 7.5 equal 6?! What do you mean? Where did you read that?
b) The point?! So that's why I have to love In the Mood for Love because it's the point?
c) Amadeus is tragic because Salieri cannot equal Mozart's succes even though he wants too
d) Amadeus didn't score the same as Air Force One. The former got a 8.0 while the latter got a 7.5. Don't blame me if RT's scoring system doesn't allow for halves.
Looks like you struck out big time with your retorts.
on 10/24/04 at 10:06 AM
a)Your rating is 6/10.
b)No, but at least you should understand the point!
c)Tragic involves death, silly gimp. Salieri doesn't die.
d)7.5 = 7 not 8, gimp!
on 10/24/04 at 10:27 AM
a) Well no, my rating is 6.5 actually
b) Who says I don't?
c) 4 entries found for tragic.
trag·ic ( P ) Pronunciation Key (trjk)
Relating to or characteristic of dramatic tragedy or tragedies: tragic plays; the tragic hero.
Writing or performing in tragedy: a tragic poet.
Having the elements of tragedy; involving death, grief, or destruction: a tragic accident.
d) a 7.5 can go either way since RT doesn't allow for halves. It's called personal bias. We all have it.
on 10/27/04 at 03:39 PM
Well, despite all that bickering, Amadeus does indeed deserve better than an 8.0 in my opinion. But I love, love, love all the musical interludes and they don't disappear with the original.
I might not forgive you for this, but that might be b/c I'm a bad person. :)
on 10/28/04 at 04:00 AM
Don't get too fixated on a number my dear Amber.
The film is often superb.