^ You slap a mustache on Jude Law and he's unrecognizable. I was trying to figure out who the hell he was the whole time until they showed his name.
I'll unashamedly watch anything with Rachel McAdams in it anyway.
^ **** yeah, im in.
I don't think it looks that great.
BTW, the best Sherlock Holmes movie ever made:
I'll be seeing it for RDJ as well. Fantastic actor, even if he doesn't get the best stuff.
^ I was just reading Inglourious Basterds played at Cannes today and it's getting some poop reviews...
IFC: “The film’s two hours and 40 minutes long, and could be shorn of an hour just by picking up the tempo … But I wouldn’t even call “Inglourious Basterds” minor Tarantino — it’s flat-out tiresome, and from a commercial perspective, incredibly dicey. If this is the pony the Weinstein Company has picked, well, bless ‘em, because it’s hard to see this one pulling in crowds once word gets around.”http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2009/05/...nes#more-13874Guardian: (who call it “an armour-plated turkey,” the kind of cutesy, nonsensical shorthand that is the hallmark of a pretentious douche with no real insight): “Quentin Tarantino’s cod-WW2 shlocker about a Jewish-American revenge squad intent on killing Nazis in German-occupied France is awful. It is achtung-achtung-ach-mein-Gott atrocious. It isn’t funny; it isn’t exciting; it isn’t a realistic war movie, yet neither is it an entertaining genre spoof or a clever counterfactual wartime yarn. It isn’t emotionally involving or deliciously ironic or a brilliant tissue of trash-pop references. Nothing like that. Brad Pitt gives the worst performance of his life, with a permanent smirk as if he’s had the left side of his jaw injected with cement, and which he must uncomfortably maintain for long scenes on camera without dialogue.”