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movie batch – good movies

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In order to reach a beautiful weekend closure, I’ve watched two good movies.

Eastern Promises (2007)

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David Cronenberg, Vincent Cassel and Naomi Watts should be enough for me to consider a movie good and attractive. Although, I must admit that I hadn’t been a fan of A history of violence, I really enjoyed the “new” Cronenberg. Not the plot is the most important, but considering that “slaves give birth to slaves” the structure should be interesting. It is gloomy and the dialogues are well prepared. Good play, but Armin Mueller-Stahl always reminds me of Jarmusch’s Night on Earth. The Russian Godfather in a human-traffic context. And Viggo is exceptional – fuck Aragorn, this is where he belongs. Overall: strongly recommend.

UPDATE:

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No country for old men (2007)

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Slow, stylish, aggressive – presents the core of any real serial killer or killing machine. Easily presented killings, no unnecessary questions. Nobody is that important that he/she couldn’t be killed. So, “it’s your call! I can’t call it for you! Just call it!”. Overall: impressed, loved – it’s a must.

Zee.

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Written by zoller

February 17, 2008 at 9:14 pm

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  1. Eastern Promises is an excellent movie. The Santa Claus-like Russian Godfather’s dinners remind me of Greenaway’s bounty in the Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover and those tattoos are worth a thorough analysis.
    Not to mention spotting Viggo’s penis in the sauna scene…me and one million other women…GREAT…

    cyberpunkcat

    February 28, 2008 at 12:02 pm

  2. How’s that: Stop cadru, si: pula! :D I’ve updated the post with a picture from the Night on Earth to support your Santa argument.

    zoller

    February 28, 2008 at 1:48 pm

  3. […] PS: Hail for the Oscars, well done Coens! […]

  4. […] and the dialogue about the reason (why?) covers some answers about my relationship to violence. As previously mentioned, I like movies about violence and aggression if they show us the manifestation, and afterwards I […]


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