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 Post subject: Re: favourite film moments ever
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 Post subject: Re: favourite film moments ever
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I know this is a movie thread, but **** it I don't want to create another thread:

Rafi is pretty much as awesome as he is because of Jason Mantzoukas's performance. The way he sings at the end of this clip is golden.



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One of the best close up scene ever. Aronofsky would've had so much fun with the Brando <50.



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Oh, how coincidental Bego. I just watched that yesterday. ^^



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Begogian wrote:

One of the best close up scene ever. Aronofsky would've had so much fun with the Brando <50.

Isn't it not more of an achievement because of Brando's acting rather than the directing? What has Aronofsky got to do with anything?



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Gilgamesh wrote:
Isn't it not more of an achievement because of Brando's acting rather than the directing? What has Aronofsky got to do with anything?

I think he's saying that using Brando's acting chops the director could have achieved great things.


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Gilgamesh wrote:
Begogian wrote:

One of the best close up scene ever. Aronofsky would've had so much fun with the Brando <50.

Isn't it not more of an achievement because of Brando's acting rather than the directing? What has Aronofsky got to do with anything?

Yes, it's all about the acting. Coppola maybe even spoiled it with the brutal edit to Sicily.

Aronofsky is famous for his close-up face shots. A sane Brando would've shined in an Aranofsky film.

I need to rewatch Last Tango in Paris ASAP.



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Speaking of Last Tango in Paris... THE NAIL CLIPPING SCENE

(also, Brando had some nice hair)




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Really, the film as a whole is not that special, but dear god is Brando good in it.



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The same logic applies to this film



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