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Blinded by the Light
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the best part was almost every one of Lady Grantham's lines.
Can finally say I loved a Quentin Tarantino movie. its such an immersive recreation of Hollywood in the late 60's. and I really think he hit such a balanced tone with his "gore" in this one, being able to laugh because its not 'real'. I loved the dog! Brad Pitt looks so much like Robert Redford. Leonardo plays a very empathetic character as well.
Saw it after reading the book. Every actor is fabulous, and the production is lavishly beautiful. Its very "Gothic". Did she or didn't she? Let me know what you think!
As a fan of the characters I enjoyed getting "more" of them, but admittedly the movie doesn't have legs of its own. the pivot to a John Woo/Charles' Angel's like cinematographic style was well done, in its satirical attempt. I do think this is it, as they attempted to bring closure for each character.
Watched the original after seeing the remake by Sophia Coppola earlier. The motivations and characters hung together more logically in the remake; in this one, he was going after everyone, including kissing s 12 year old, yuck. It did surprise me to see some of the erotic content in a movie made in its decade. I definitely sensed it was a Poor execution of an attempt to broaden Clint Eastwood's persona, from simply a Western Star.