Anybody watch this?
sounds like a crazy project.
1 camera, 1 take, 1hr 5m, 14 locations, 30 Actors, 400 crew, live directly to cinemas.
I used to really like Money Talks when I was younger. Now though, I find Chris Tucker's schtick to be annoying.
There are still some laughs and the two characters do mesh well together--I'd expect nothing less from a Joel Coen script--but Money Talks is just a silly, outlandish B film. There's nothing wrong with those from time to time though.
I was so taken aback by Martin McDonagh's first feature film, In Bruges. I did not think it would be that great or that funny, but somehow Martin blended perfect amounts of comedy, action, and drama together to make one kickass film. Thus, when I heard his sophomore effort was coming out I knew that I had to see it. Plus, not only does Colin Farrell return but Sam-Fucking-Rockwell is in it, and he is one hell of an actor.…
Whoa. That was the best thriller I've seen in a long time. I can't even remember a film that "had me thrilled" more than this one; I was literally clenched for 90%+ of this film.
Unfortunately, when I arrived to the theater someone was in the seat that I had bought for myself so I just snagged another. But then, of course, the rightful owner of that seat came. By this point, George Clooney was regaling the audience with his…