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    I'm waiting for Quentin Tarantino's Motherfucker! myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by agent999 View Post
    On a tangent, I've not bothered to watch Noah, does it work on the level of a fantasy film? As a deeply cynical atheist I've avoided it.
    I liked NOAH and I'm not religious, either. I don't remember it being preachy or lame.

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    I really did not like Noah. I'm pretty neutral in regards to Black Swan. I may need to re-watch that one even though I think Natalie Portman hurts the film quite a bit. Mila Kunis (who is admittedly not a good actress) was tolerable in that film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Tolch View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alison Jane View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex K. View Post
    I love Requiem For a Dream, The Wrestler and The Fountain.
    WRESTLER is his masterpiece; I'm curious if he'll ever be able to top it.

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    Looks very good. Very Polanski (I.E. the Apartment trilogy).
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    That does look exciting. Aronofsky's films have never really wowed me though. He's one of those technically competent directors whose films hold a lot more promise than what they actually deliver. The last film I saw of his was The Black Swan I think, and it's a good, enjoyable movie, but nothing really memorable. I felt the Polanski influence there as well, and this latest effort, as you have already noted, also seems to channel Polanski's women on the verge of psychosis theme. Looking forward to it.
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