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    Quote Originally Posted by jhunter View Post
    I'm not sure about the historical accuracy of it, but it's not a documentary so who cares really.
    based on brandt's book, "i heard you paint houses," which is filled with suspect claims. you're spot on, it's entertainment, not a historical documentary film. awesome to see deniro, pachino, and pesci all on the same screen and under the direction of scorsese. they're all getting long in the tooth, so it won't happen again (deniro and pesci are 76, pacino's 79, and scorsese is 76). heard in an deniro interview that pesci, who was retired, wasn't at all interested in doing another gangster film, and really had to be talked into it (supposedly offered the role 50 times). the book was published in 2004 and went into development in 2007 - so 12 years to get to the screen...so this was the last hurrah for this ensemble

    really enjoyed it...lucked out, saw it on the big screen and then again at home

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    Since I have no hope for Star Wars, I'm looking forward to catching this on Christmas. Looks solid and I read they shot it in a way to make it look like one continuous take, so that's neat.


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    Hit and Run with Dax Shepard is a silly ass fun comedy with a edge. It has some superb low budget practical effects car chases.

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    Margin Call was a good flick, that somehow managed to completely ignore the responsibility of the Feds for the market collapse of 2008. Well cast, written, directed, performed.

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    On the subject of John Wayne movies; may I recommend ‘Red River’.
    Co-starring Montgomery Clift as Wayne’s son on a cattle drive across the Red River.
    Wayne is the anti-hero in this one, at times villainous.
    In my estimation, his finest acting, in his prime.
    I’ll watch it any time I can when it’s on TCM.

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    I know I'm an OMFer, but I enjoy the film noir on TCM the best.

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    What is "TCM"?

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    I think TCM is Turner Classic Movies

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    Probably. I don't have cable, or Netflix either.

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    Netflix now only adds "original content" to their platform. Can be difficult to find anything good on there.
    Amazon Video has a large collection of John Wayne movies.

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