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Stuart: A Life Backwards -- 84/100

Incredible story. I can't image going through what Stuart went through. It's difficult to even think about it. And Tom... fantastic. He transformed into an entirely different person and without the help of heavy make up, and wigs. Incredible; this film really showed his range.

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Crazy Eight wrote:Stuart: A Life Backwards -- 84/100

Incredible story. I can't image going through what Stuart went through. It's difficult to even think about it. And Tom... fantastic. He transformed into an entirely different person and without the help of heavy make up, and wigs. Incredible; this film really showed his range.
What about Cumberbatch?

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What about Cumberbatch?
Great as well, but Tom was the stand out of the film for sure.

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I have been on Facebook while driving long distance..... but to be on NolanFans while driving and then dying in a wreck... :facepalm:

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A History of Violence

Pretty good film if I say so myself. It's a change of pace for Cronenberg. But it still feels like one of his films.

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hustle and flow - 7.7/10

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Rohan wrote:The Way Back: 10/10
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On the Waterfront - 9,5/10

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Yojimbo (Akira Kurosawa)

very good :clap:

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Die Hard
8/10

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The Thin Red Line - 7,8/10

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