Just realized that was Matisyahu as the young rabbi in Possession (Apparently based on some part off of this story : http://dibbukbox.com/story.htm) and will definitely give that Murray film a shot. I think he has his best performance still in him, though I still consider Lost in Translation as a crowning jewel.
Think you guys posted anything noteworthy for the time. I really like the near 360 in tone that Argo trailer takes. Ben's still developing as a director, more with the last few films but still very nice. Here is something interesting for the time: http://www.screendaily.com/news/prod...contentID=1846
Except for Sean connery, Daniel Craig is my favorite Bond..
Believable as a ex SAS guy with borderline mental problems and a bleeding heart but does what Queen and country orders him to..
Vesper says 'Ex-SAS' in Casino Royale but as far as I know this was never confirmed. Given Bonds traditional Navy background SBS would make more sense. Either way, Craig makes an excellent Bond IMO.
I read somewhere he was a D-boy but I think it's bull****.
When Ian Fleming wrote the books the people he based them on where Commando's.
But that was in WW2 so it is probably SBS now.
If Bond's Delta then I'm a Spetznaz trained Ninja SEAL with laser guns.
Bond's reply on which unit he served in would be (today at least):
"You've probably never heard of them"
Paul Thomas Anderson's new movie:
A 1950s-set drama centered on the relationship between a charismatic intellectual known as "the Master" whose faith-based organization begins to catch on in America, and a young drifter who becomes his right-hand man.