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>The Fighter had impeccable casting. As an example, I really liked The Town, which also came out in 2010. It was a good crime film. However, next to The Fighter, it just couldn’t hold up, because everybody in The Town is beyond gorgeous. Ben Affleck is the one who gets away with it, because his Boston accent is so good. But the crook is absolutely gorgeous. The bank teller is absolutely gorgeous. The FBI guy is absolutely gorgeous. The town whore, Blake Lively, is absolutely gorgeous. Jeremy Renner is the least gorgeous guy, and he’s pretty fucking good-looking. Then, if you look at The Fighter, and you look at those sisters, they’re just so magnificent. When you see David O. Russell cast those sisters,5 and you see Ben Affleck cast Blake Lively, 6 you can’t compare the two movies. One just shows how phony the other is. - Quentin Tarantino
& Here you all are complaining that one of the leads of the new Star Wars film isn't attractive enough. Go watch a tv show on The CW where everyone looks like a model. Fucking plebs. Based JJ & crew know what they're doing.
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Can we have a Based Stephen Seagall thread?
>I would say the same thing, just to be polite. Let me tell you something that might be a bit dangerous. I was raised in Japan. I was schooled in martial arts. I was given the title of master. They take a movie “The Last Samurai.” They have a 5-foot-2-inch little guy, whether he was straight or gay, I don’t know. I don’t care. He had never been to Japan. He doesn’t speak Japanese. He has never held a sword. They make him the Last Samurai. We got 450,000 phone calls [laughs] from everybody in the world saying, “That role was perfect for you. How did that happen?” Most of the people I know didn’t like the film and didn’t go see it. It’s just a classic example of Hollywood and the politics.
>Seagal had been telling former business partner and ex-soldier Gary Goldman that he’d been a Frogman. Goldman was suspicious. Then one day, when pal Randy Widner invited both out to dive for treasure, Goldman’s suspicions only grew more. : “Randy was driving [a Zodiac raft] in circles while Steven and I carried the gear out to him. The surf was unbelievable, really tough… He started screaming and panicking and was sure he was going to die and all that crap. Wildner had to pull Seagal by his hair; I pushed his ass onto the boat with my shoulder.” That night Goldman realised that Seagal could not read a compass nor a map. He then concludd that Seagal “would surely die of starvation if he was given a compass and a map that led to a restaurant five miles away.”
keep em coming boys