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Great movie. It is the 90's equivalent of The Breakfast Club. In a decade of confusion and lost youth, Empire Records gives a peek at age old issues filtered through a 90s lens.
When a movie compels you to buy the book and read it, you have a winner. I do wish the ending was a bit different and followed the book a bit closer. The psycho-dramatic-thriller is a must for anyone who has felt disenfranchised at any time in their lives. Brad Pit absolutely becomes Tyler Durden and Edward Norton is the numb, gray skinned everyman, looking for purpose.
Awful, just awful. The first two were absolutely superior to this version. Costumes were rushed, special effects were not at all impressive. The story line was another recycle but with less foundation.
This movie was so bad we couldn't make to the end. The build up was very slow. The scenes were very disconnected. Portman did a good job in character, but the writing and presentment was sub-par.