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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jack Parkman, Jul 21, 2016.
from the writer of Sicario
She's in it
Chris pine would get it
Pine is dreamy.
15 reviews at 100% so far
Star Trek was good but this summer has been amazingly awful for movies
It's like they rebooted the Emilio Estevez, Demi Moore classic, Wisdom.
Sicario was absolutely badass so I'm very excited for this
Sicario was amazeballs
56 at 100%.
Only limited release though tomorrow
What is Chris Pine known for? I've never heard of him.
Ben Foster is criminally under appreciated
What was the corny Nickelodeon show he was in? Never saw him becoming legit.
Dude was good af in 3:10 to Yuma
He just about stole that movie from Crowe and Bale
I assume this will be outstanding after Sicario. Don't know how that wasn't up for best picture.
Ehhh there are a lot better keepers than him in the EPL, he just gets the British bump.
Can u not
just messing with ya, he's been in a lot of movies.
To be honest, I see on average like a movie a year. They're typically disappointing, television series are so much more creative these days.
This looks great though.
April from Eastbound & Down got fat as FUCK.
I thought it was good, not great. Bridges provides some great comic relief.
Enjoyed the movie. I think it's generally entertaining even though the plot isn't really too complex. They overplay the sleepy west Texas thing a lot, but I won't fault a movie for doing things in the name of entertainment.
To me, Chris Pine is known for This Means War. A real playful but action packed RomCom he starred in along with Tom Hardy, Reese Witherspoon and Chelsea Handler.
It was truly a treat if you ever need 103 minutes of lovable laughter
It's not nearly as exciting as Sicario but loved it.
Getting 99% on rt
So yeah this is the best movie of 2016 so far
Also Mr. Pibb is for assholes
Here you go buddy
I really enjoyed that movie
Chris Pine needs to bone up on his horseshoe game. Wide right.
Saw it the other night, think I went in expecting it to be like No Country for Old Men and it definitely wasn't
feel like there really was no story arch and it ended as fast as it started
Do think Foster/Pine did a great job portraying themselves as poor rednecks, having dealt with those types a lot in real life it seem fairly accurate
I enjoyed it.
Best movie I've seen in a long time.
Watched it on a plane ride about a week ago, thought it was pretty good and they even got the geography mostly right (I grew up in that area, so I was expecting all kinds of fucked up stuff that wasn't remotely close to being accurate)
Missed this thread the first time around. I enjoyed the movie. I think Ben Foster is pretty underrated as an actor, and I wasn't disappointed in Chris Pine's turn as a legitimate dramatic actor.
And two and a half years later I finally see it. Scene at the gas station where they were singing some Waylon on the way in then Pine kick's that punks ass (making the punk's head dent the door in real life), the gun toss joke, then the shitting on Mr. Pibb, all in one take was fantastic.
So many great scenes.
I liked the one where they are in the T-Bone diner:
Just an all-around great movie. Picked up on Texas and what really is on our minds. Mr Pibb vs Dr Pepper. Chris Pine wants to watch his Aggies vs. Bridges wants to watch his Longhorns.
You can see the gun in his lap when Pine gets back in the car. Love this movie so much.
Also love the “Are you trying to make me mad? I said Dr. Pepper, this is Mr. Pibb”
Just finished. Awesome movie. I love Ben Foster in just about everything he’s in.
Just saw it on Netflix. Thought it was great.
Watching it again now just because I saw this thread bumped. One of my favs
Ben foster is so good at playing a nutcase
One of my favorite movies of all time. I’ve watched at least ten times.