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I have to say, it came as quite a surprise seeing him listed on IMDb for Inception (only just noticed). Always a pleasure to see him on screen, in any film, bad or good.christophmac wrote:Judging by the title, I thought that you were going to talk about Pete Postlethwaite.
- Forum: Inception
- Topic: Pics of the cast/Nolan From Yesterday's Press Conference
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e-lex wrote:You mean, like this (only he doesn't look actually surprised for me):Jonas Agersø wrote:Danm, is there no way to make "surprised nolan" a smiley?
P.S. Sorry, wrong picture
I will lend my support for "Nolan Face" smiley in the forums. This is Nolan Fans, it's obligatory, isn't it?
- Forum: Inception
- Topic: I'm terrified they might force him to re-edit it! Final Cut?
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Don't worry. It's a typical executive reaction to a film which requires an audience to engage with what they're watching. It's a contempt for the modern film public they believe should be held with safety gloves. This attitude stifles many film-makers, but I doubt it will in this regard. Remember, t...
The first 3rd is probably some of the best film on celluloid around, but the rest, innevitably, didn't quite match it. Still, a great film, but I think Jesse James should have won best picture.The Special One wrote:There will be Blood is as close to perfection as you can get! Should have won the Oscar for best film!
lol, I love this picture: http://i48.tinypic.com/2dh9n2p.png Christopher Nolan "giving the kick". More like doing the can-can with Wally. :batface: Yes, it might have started out innocently enough, but just look at that enemy dude to the right reeling from that kick to the face. That'll wake you up.
Christopher Nolan "giving the kick".chee wrote:lol, I love this picture:
I think this is Christopher Nolan playing his hand at marketing, and I'm sure these film have undeniably had some sort of impact on Chris; however when you mention films such as Star Wars, Avatar, Michael Bay films, and The Matrix it helps, by association, to foster a larger anticipation on the wide...