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I have no complaints about TDKR whatsoever.
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RyanRises wrote:I have no complaints about TDKR whatsoever.
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IWatchFilmsNotMovies wrote:
RyanRises wrote:I have no complaints about TDKR whatsoever.
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Silver Linings Playbook wasn't a good movie. Unique rom-com, maybe, but not carried out well at all.

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BroskiSabor wrote:Silver Linings Playbook wasn't a good movie. Unique rom-com, maybe, but not carried out well at all.
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Baz Luhrmann's films are very pretentious but with mediocre results. While visually rich, his flamboyant approach to drama, music and literature in a pseudo "contemporary" pop language is embarrassing to say the least. His filmography is tottally gay (in the lack of a better word).

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dadosaboya wrote:Baz Luhrmann's films are very pretentious but with mediocre results. While visually rich, his flamboyant approach to drama, music and literature in a pseudo "contemporary" pop language is embarrassing to say the least. His filmography is tottally gay (in the lack of a better word).
It worked two times in a row: Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge, Australia sucked and Great Gatsby looks like more of the same.
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    m4st4 wrote:It worked two times in a row: Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge, Australia sucked and Great Gatsby looks like more of the same.
    To be honest, Romeo + Juliet has at least, a great cast and uses the original text (which works), but makes everything feel like a disco club. The same thing with Moulin Rouge, only this time, it had the worse music adaptation ever, performed in a (of course) very gay way (not even Smells Like Teen Spirit escaped :lol: ). Didn't bother to see Australia and don't think Great Gatsby will be different.

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    dadosaboya wrote:
    m4st4 wrote:It worked two times in a row: Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge, Australia sucked and Great Gatsby looks like more of the same.
    To be honest, Romeo + Juliet has at least, a great cast and uses the original text (which works), but makes everything feel like a disco club. The same thing with Moulin Rouge, only this time, it had the worse music adaptation ever, performed in a (of course) very gay way (not even Smells Like Teen Spirit escaped :lol: ). Didn't bother to see Australia and don't think Great Gatsby will be different.
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    Moulin Rouge was, imo, the only musical I could stomach (period from 2000 until now), I LOVED it.
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      dadosaboya wrote:
      m4st4 wrote:It worked two times in a row: Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge, Australia sucked and Great Gatsby looks like more of the same.
      To be honest, Romeo + Juliet has at least, a great cast and uses the original text (which works), but makes everything feel like a disco club. The same thing with Moulin Rouge, only this time, it had the worse music adaptation ever, performed in a (of course) very gay way (not even Smells Like Teen Spirit escaped :lol: ). Didn't bother to see Australia and don't think Great Gatsby will be different.
      Are you homophobic?

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