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Literally epic

  • Jun 3, 2013
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Ryan Gosling in this film is so perfect. He barely says a word yet all the emotions that come from him are awesome. Such a good, tense movie. Carey Mulligan was in it, who I HATE, but not even she could ruin this movie. There isn't a lot of violence but the violence they show is pretty grim
And on a more serious note....Ryan Gosling is so fucking hot.

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June 03, 2013
Well, it's an awful book, that's for sure.
June 03, 2013
really? I'm disappointed about that, the film was very good
June 03, 2013
Meh. It happens a lot, I'm sure you know, that the film is either better than the book or the the book is better than the film. I just recall reading the book (haven't seen the film b/c I penned a review on the book), and I didn't think much of it. I've been told that the film goes in a different direction with a few of the characters, so I figure I'll have to see this one sometime this life to know for sure.
June 03, 2013
completely agree. considering I haven't read the book I based it purely on how the film went and I thought it was great. I think with book to film adaptations you have to view them in different ways, especially if they change things.
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