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The Almighty (CHIN!) "Domino"

Posted: Sun, 9th Oct 2005, 2:47am

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Ok everybody, I just got back from a pre-screening of Domino and I must say that it is one of the best movies I have seen all year and certainly the best of its genre (Sin City goes into the comic category). Everything about this movie is fun and entertaining and Keira Knightley does an excellent job portraying Domino Harvey.

Tony Scott is a Golden God! Everything about the way he shoots lights and edits is amazing and really adds to the grittiness of the bounty hunting world. I would say it is more Man on Fire and less Top Gun.

Humor is the key to this movie and most of the gags are extremely well done.

Excellent circular plot, Tony Scott directing, a whole cast of amazing actors, and some really awesome action scenes.

2 thumbs up!
Posted: Sun, 9th Oct 2005, 4:20am

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I just came back from "History of Violence." And the trailer itself for "Domino" was better than "History of Violence." I really look for Domino whenever it gets here.


-Z
Posted: Sun, 9th Oct 2005, 5:15am

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No doubt this'll be good, I LOVE Tony Scott, he's my favorite director. Man on Fire wasn't the BEST, but maybe this'll be his comeback. Or something.
Posted: Sun, 9th Oct 2005, 4:03pm

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Zea wrote:

I just came back from "History of Violence." And the trailer itself for "Domino" was better than "History of Violence." I really look for Domino whenever it gets here.


-Z
What the spooge are you talking about?
History of Violence is one of the best films of the year, if not amongst the best films ever made.

As for Domino. I still want my penguin pen back Keira.
Posted: Sun, 9th Oct 2005, 4:05pm

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I was in two minds over Domino after seeing the advertising for it, though I'm a fan of almost anything Mickey Rourke has ever been in so I imagine I'll go see it, glad to hear that the movie doesn't take itself too seriously.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 12:29am

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er-no wrote:



What the spooge are you talking about?
History of Violence is one of the best films of the year, if not amongst the best films ever made.
Are you serious? Horrible writing and bad acting dont add up to "amongst the best films ever made."

"Let's watch him run 5 miles with a stabbed foot!" That just made me laugh. (that scene)


-Z
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 12:52am

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Zea wrote:

er-no wrote:



What the spooge are you talking about?
History of Violence is one of the best films of the year, if not amongst the best films ever made.
Are you serious? Horrible writing and bad acting dont add up to "amongst the best films ever made."

"Let's watch him run 5 miles with a stabbed foot!" That just made me laugh. (that scene)


-Z
Horrible writing? Fantastic writing with brilliant acting as well. Even the co-stars gave a terrific performance, especially the son. If your laughing at the running scene then you've obviously no idea on the intentions of the scene, it wasn't too be laughed at. And it had been a couple of weeks since the incident. the foot was healing.

Quite how you can prefer the trailer to domino (I thought it to be a rather annoying trailer - and not as good as the internet one) to History of Violence, a fantastic film adaptation of a solid story is beyond me. There aren't many films made without special effects or over the top action scenes anymore. History of Violence is a fantastic film driven by the fundementals of it's genre. Excellent acting, great camerawork and brilliant plot developing twists.

A rather bland trailer or a brilliant film.
Sorry, but 'horrible writing' and 'bad acting' aren't phrases that can be attached to the film.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 2:19am

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I'm sorry but I disagree, and the time in the movie was also a problem. After the incident at the restaurant, it had like 5 other "night" scenes, which felt like the same night. It was obviously different nights because they were talking about different events, but there was no transition at all. Then all of a sudden it turns to day, and there he is doing a 5K with a hole in his foot. The son did a pretty good job, but there were amounts of stupid things he said. The little girl did the worst job ever at acting. It was funny how fake she talked.



-Z
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 2:26am

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Zea wrote:

I'm sorry but I disagree, and the time in the movie was also a problem. After the incident at the restaurant, it had like 5 other "night" scenes, which felt like the same night. It was obviously different nights because they were talking about different events, but there was no transition at all. Then all of a sudden it turns to day, and there he is doing a 5K with a hole in his foot. The son did a pretty good job, but there were amounts of stupid things he said. The little girl did the worst job ever at acting. It was funny how fake she talked.



-Z
Out of curiosity, how old are you?

I don't disvalue your opinion of the film at all but you seem to just be picking at the film with half-witted and random comments that don't hold true to how it actually was? I'm the first to admit when a film has made a mistake, I look out for bad transitions etc... Its ashame more users here at fxhome haven't seen it, as I'd like to have their opinion on the film.

The only slightly off-mistake/bluff in the film was when the cop didn't pass back the driving licence, and once again when the main character was driving a pickup truck and the transitions whilst driving weren't too great, but they couldn't really have been done any other way. It was for the audience - who need to be in the depths of thought during the film anyways, to deduce that time has moved on throughout the film.

It's a highly mature and intelligent film. Think I'll leave it there. smile
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 3:26am

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Ok well first of all I think asking about my age is inappropiate, because an opinion is an opinion, and yours may be wrong to me. I could think that you are childish because you think the movie is mature. I laugh when I see someone try and run a few miles with a cell phone in their hand, and not call the police. I laugh when someone ask repeditive questions in a dialogue (just to make sure the audience is with the movie) I laugh when some little girl is obviously thinking about other things than her role, when she looks away and has a very plastic looking face. This is a thread about "Domino" which you've already said doen't interest you, and thats your opinion. It interests everyone else, and that is their opinion.

Stop turning this thread into a flame war about a totally different movie, and trying to think your almighty about asking an age.

er-no wrote:

Think I'll leave it there. smile
Please do, leave it there.

-Z
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 3:58am

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Two People Have Differing Opinions On Art: Story At 11
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 4:08am

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Zea wrote:

Stop turning this thread into a flame war about a totally different movie, and trying to think your almighty about asking an age.
I think someone needs to look up the definition of "Flame War". Argueing about something is perfectly fine provided it remains intelligent and without insults.

With that in mind Zea, I would tone down the hostility of your reaction to er-no inquiring about your age. It makes absolute sense that an older audience will appreciate different things and thus sway people to be more likely to have certain opinions. er-no wasn't trying to disvalue your opinion, merely inquire as to a possibility for you to have it.

It doesn't help your cause that Domino was slated by the critics, whilst History of violence was praised either wink

Anyway, to haul this topic back on subject.... I'm a huge fan of Mickey Rourke! And as a result I imagine I will have to sit through another sub-par knightly performance. I just hope that everything surrounding that makes the ordeal pleasurable. Though on the other foot, I'm not likely to be watching History of Violence until it comes out on dvd rental. First things first though... Serenity. smile

-Hybrid.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 8:31am

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Nothing has turned me off Domino more, than Kiera Knightleys horribly public-school "my name is domino and i'm a bounty hunter" which is repeated ad-nauseam in the full-length trailer.

She might as well be saying "My name is Domino, and daddy has just bought me a porsche" or maybe "My name is Domino and my father will have your job for this, you vile peasant".

In fact kiera knightly is a common denominator in many movies which i'm not so kean on. (i think its the chin).

Chin's aside though, for just a single line of a trailer for a film to turn me so much against it, you'll have to give me some fecking good reasons why i should watch it!
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 9:11am

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gotta agree with Xcession. The trailer for this just looks terrible. I was laughingnot because of any jokes just because how bad it came across to me. I knew nothing about the film, didnt even know it existed till I saw a trailer last night. Wont be bothering with it so Zea saying everyone else likes it is pretty inaccurate really. Yeah it's great that some people like this movie and others dont like it, thats how life is and it should probably be pointed out that you were the first one to mention history of violence ,
er-no simply disagreed with your comments. Lighten up
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 9:20am

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I just came back from "History of Violence." And the trailer itself for "Domino" was better than "History of Violence." I really look for Domino whenever it gets here.
What? A history of violence is a great film (in my top 5 of the year easily) and the Domino trailer is maybe the worst I've seen this year (Serenity had a bad trailer but was a good film so I'll let it off)!

Domino just looks terrible (doesn't help that "the chin" is in it, she is just getting more and more annoying). I don't know anyone who likes the trailer, we all seem to find it very funny ... in the wrong way.

By the way - I am a bounty hunter!
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 9:27am

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I too would just like to reitterate the point that I am a Bounty Hunter.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 9:52am

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there's never a bounty hunter around when you need one
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 9:52am

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Then 2 come along at once?
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 9:54am

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I'd like to confirm two points:

1. That the Domino trailer is the worst trailer I have seen for many, many a year (yes, possibly even worse than the Aeon Flux trailer).

2. I am a bounty hunter.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 9:55am

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Thats 3! Maybe we should make a "Bounty Hunter" symbol for the forum? Anyone got a picture of The Chin I can use?

(oooo, that Aeon Flux trailer is TERRIBLE!)
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 10:00am

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I Am A Bounty Hunter

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I'm taking my final exam later today to qualify as a bounty hunter. Been studyin all night. I'll let u all know how it went later.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 10:02am

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well it seems then four come along at once !
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Don't jump the gun yet man. Only time will tell.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 10:09am

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I would just like to say good luck, we're all counting on you...
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especially me since i counted you already. And a Brucie bonus too
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 10:18am

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Going along with Xcessions theme

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How can I become a bounty hunter? I think I got what it takes.

Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 10:29am

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Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 10:45am

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Okay, couple things here...

I'm not getting the chin joke for some reason.

The aeon flux trailer is worse thant he domino trailer, hands down.

The freezeframe of knightley in the domino trailer makes her look like one of the Aliens in (you guessed it) Aliens.

The entire movie looks centered around her trying to be a tough bitchy feminazi.

It's funny you all brought up bounty hunting, Because from what i understand, I also happen to be a hunter of the infamous bounty.

That will be all..
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Wow this thread went to hell pretty quick.

Anyway, if you enjoyed Man on Fire, then you will love this movie, if you didn't then you won't.

Surprisingly this movie doesn't take itself as seriously as you might think. Its very cool, but also unpretentious in its story telling. If you are a fan of well made non-boring cinema Domino is a great flick.

I would still do Keira Knightley if her chin was the size a small planet.

Canta out
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Indeed, she is pretty popular for a girl with a big chin...

I liked Man on Fire - but then someone did tell me stuff about it which wasn't true so I was really surprised at the end. If I hadn't been told incorrectly then I would have found it a little predictable I think.
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schwar wrote:

Indeed, she is pretty popular for a girl with a big chin...
Indeed, It's her association with er-no which has made her famous.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 3:23pm

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Hybrid-Halo wrote:

schwar wrote:

Indeed, she is pretty popular for a girl with a big chin...
Indeed, It's her association with er-no which has made her famous.
You crazy brits must be chinless, because Keira Knightley has a normal, if not small chin.
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Yeah, she has a small chin.....

* schwar rubs his tiny british chin *
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Look! He's heading towards that battle station!


That's no battle station....It's a chin.


Impossible. That's too big to be a chin.
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Hehehehehehehe....
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I'd like to add that I am the original Keira Knightley bounter hunter.
I want my pen back.

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cantaclaro wrote:

...Tony Scott is a Golden God! Everything about the way he shoots lights and edits is amazing and really adds to the grittiness of the bounty hunting world...
He didn't do the cinematography or the editing...
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I am aware of that, but with the name Tony Scott comes the look, he is responsible for the way the movie looks and is finally edited and turned out to the mass populous so there for it is his doing, maybe i should have worded that better.
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Alright, just got back from the test. I was one question shy of passing. But then I killed my instructor and some dood gave me $5 on the way out...

I am a Bounty Hunter...
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For me, name Tony Scott dosn't come with anything.
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Oh really cuz this is what the name means to me

Producer - filmography

Diamond Dead (2007) (in production) (producer)
The Warriors (2006) (announced) (producer)
"The Andromeda Strain" (2005) (mini) TV Series (announced) (executive producer)
Vanishing Point (2005) (announced) (producer)
Emma's War (2005) (pre-production) (producer)
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2006) (filming) (producer)

Tristan & Isolde (2006) (executive producer)
Domino (2005) (producer)
In Her Shoes (2005) (executive producer)
"Numb3rs" (2005) TV Series (executive producer)
Man on Fire (2004) (producer)
The Hire: Ticker (2002) (executive producer)
The Hire: Beat the Devil (2002) (executive producer)
The Hire: Hostage (2002) (executive producer)
The Gathering Storm (2002) (TV) (executive producer)
"AFP: American Fighter Pilot" (2002) TV Series (executive producer)
Six Bullets from Now (2002) (executive producer)
Big Time (2001) (executive producer)
The Last Debate (2000) (TV) (executive producer)
Where the Money Is (2000) (executive producer)
... aka Heißer Coup, Ein (Germany)
... aka Where the Money is - Ein heißer Coup (Germany: DVD box title)

RKO 281 (1999) (TV) (executive producer)
... aka RKO 281: The Battle Over Citizen Kane (USA: video box title)
Clay Pigeons (1998) (executive producer)
... aka Clay Pigeons - Lebende Ziele (Germany: TV title)
... aka Lebende Ziele (Germany)
"The Hunger" (1997) TV Series (executive producer)

Director - filmography

Deja Vu (2006) (announced)
The Warriors (2006) (announced)
Emma's War (2005) (pre-production)

Domino (2005)
Agent Orange (2004)
Man on Fire (2004)
The Hire: Beat the Devil (2002)
Spy Game (2001)

Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael (1999) (V) (video "One More Try")
Enemy of the State (1998)
"The Hunger" (1997) TV Series (episode "The Swords")
The Fan (1996)
Crimson Tide (1995)
True Romance (1993)
... aka Breakaway (Philippines: English title)
The Last Boy Scout (1991)
Days of Thunder (1990)
Revenge (1990)

Beverly Hills Cop II (1987)
Top Gun (1986)
The Hunger (1983)

"Nouvelles de Henry James" (1976) (mini) TV Series (segment "Auteur de Beltraffio, L'")
One of the Missing (1971)

Loving Memory (1969) (as Anthony Scott)
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The Warriors...

A remake...
The Warriors...

'come out to plaayyy.....'

I love the original, yet it cannot be bettered, I hope Scott doesn't spoonbar it up completely.
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Enemy of the State was the shiznit. Anybody who says either of the Scott brothers names in something doesn't change their view of it at all must not have seen very many good movies. At least none by Tony or Ridley, for that matter.
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Obiwan: "Luke, you must use the force."
Luke: "I can't. It's the chin. It's too big."
Obiwan: "Luke, you must defeat Lord Chin and his chintroopers."
Luke: "Master Obiwan, help, my chin is inflating."

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film freak wrote:

Obiwan: "Luke, you must use the force."
Luke: "I can't. It's the chin. It's too big."
Obiwan: "Luke, you must defeat Lord Chin and his chintroopers."
Luke: "Master Obiwan, help, my chin is inflating."

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Yeah!
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Seriously. You all must be petty, freakish dweebs to continue dwindling on this "chin" thing. Keira Knightley doesn't have a "big chin". Again, it is "not normal" if anything. Seriously, you're all loco.

Except Waser, he cool like dat, breeze.

And unfortunately, this leads me to the Ben-realm of MSPaint with.....
Brits and thier chins!!!!
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Posted: Tue, 11th Oct 2005, 1:53pm

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cantaclaro wrote:

Wow this thread went to hell pretty quick.
Lol seriously!

Wow...Waser that is funny and horrifiying at the same time...I think Ben might have some compitition...lol

Nice.
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This is probably one of the funniest threads I have ever seen. biggrin

I am a bounty hunter
^
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I don't quite get the whole "chin" thing. The one photo of her in this thread that is not photoshopped shows that she APPEARS to have quite a normally sized chin.

Someone care to point out what I'm missing?

Also, I saw the trailer for this again today and goddamnit I hate Tony Scott...
Posted: Wed, 12th Oct 2005, 12:27am

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Well, once someone said she had a big chin, it stuck. And now, big chin photos are the new fad. biggrin
Posted: Wed, 12th Oct 2005, 12:17pm

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chin



chin



chin!
Posted: Wed, 12th Oct 2005, 12:20pm

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If it wasn't for the bizarre pouting she tends to do, I doubt people would have noticed the chin so much. As it is, the pouting draws attention to it. For a good example, see the execution scene at the end of Pirates of the Caribbean, when she's all dressed up and about to watch Johnny Depp be hanged. The pouting and chinness is really quite remarkable in that scene.
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Indeed...
Posted: Wed, 12th Oct 2005, 1:38pm

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Here chinny chin chin.
Posted: Wed, 12th Oct 2005, 6:07pm

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Aculag

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I'd say it's more of a jaw thing.
Posted: Wed, 12th Oct 2005, 6:19pm

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I always did find it annoying that she always leaves her mouth slightly open no matter what. And the pouting. OH, the pouting..it's her go-to face...she uses it to look scared, look sad, look seductive, look angry...Its truely an all purpose expression.