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#103 - danruaul
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(08/08/2013) [-]
I was thinking the whole time that, yeah, I would like to watch movies that focused on these actor's and the talents and the script, rather than visual candy.
User avatar #106 to #103 - frenzysalem
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(08/08/2013) [-]
that's why i think most movies since the 90's aren't nearly as good as the ones from a long time ago. they didn't have all of these fancy special effects so actors had to actually, you know, be decent. now all you have to do to make an award winning movie is have attractive people who can read lines and make lots of special effect explosions. it's dull, boring, and there's just no passion in it anymore. People are amazed and astounded by crappy actors of today when they've never even heard of Marlon Brando or Peter Lorre simply because "black and white movies are boring."
#156 to #106 - danruaul
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(08/08/2013) [-]
Yeah, just a firearm or burning a building is enough. Let the actors do the rest. Nobody these days can outdo the young Robert DeNiro in Taxi Driver or Dear Hunter. Culture has become dumbed down, even when it purportedly handles intellectual subjects. But maybe popular culture has it's purpose, and we can find elemental, probing dramas from other sources.