"But wait. You ain't seen nothin' yet. Raised lettering, pale nimbus. White"
"Impressive. Very nice"
Forever one of my favourite scenes ever written, filmed, and acted. I want a business card. I can't see Bale ever topping this disillusioned, demented, and comical performance.
"You actually listen to Whitney Houston? You own a Whitney Houston CD? More than one?"
Oh yeah, and it's pretty damn quotable.
Second time watching, and first since its initial release, I found myself caught up more so in the cinematography and the subtle filter changes for different feelings/moods Colin Fifth's character was experiencing. A very stylistically, beautiful movie - rounded out with an equally spot on supporting cast - that deals fluently in showing the constant emotional changes in our day-to-day lives, from subdued to cheerful, regardless of it being a mask or not.
Endnote; Lee Pace has the face of a god, and Tom Ford should direct more films.
"I will kill you when you are in the most pain... When you're in the most pain, shivering out of fear, then I will kill you. That's a real revenge. A real complete revenge"
How's this for a plot: I Saw The Devil is a film about a secret agent who blurs the line between good and evil in order to seek revenge on the serial killer who killed his pregnant fiancee after becoming his latest kill.
Sounds like a…