Haven't been in here for a while so I thought that I'd play a bit of catch-up. All I have to contribute on the movie watching front is that Mute sucked nuts. If Skarsgård wasn't the lead, I would've tapped out inside the first half-hour; instead, I muscled my way through to the end. Terrible script first of all. I've seen more superior murder mysteries on Lifetime than I can count. In this day and age, with all the movies and all the TV procedurals that have been made (to say nothing of the gazillion awesome murder mystery novels out there), how someone can write such a shitty murder mystery is beyond me. And then the direction was so contrived. He was so obviously going for Blade Runner but he didn't have the grit. Nor did he have the light touch of a Total Recall. It was just a mess of past crap done much worse. Sadly, it seems as if Duncan Jones ran out of steam after Source Code. One of the most underrated movies out there. I'd say so. The Wrestler has a lot of extratextual impact with his life story, but Angel Heart is his best pure acting work IMO. He crushes that ending revelation scene so hard. With my ex, we actually watched Angel Heart and then I ended up asking her out on a Wednesday and told her that it was only fitting since it was anything can happen day I think my favorite of those little moments, though, at least with respect to Rourke, is the way (and simply the fact that) he laughs when he's asked if he speaks French (another great opportunity for the "I'm from Brooklyn" line, too). He's insulting himself, yet he can't help but find it funny that someone would think that he'd know how to speak any other language, much less a romance language. Whoa. You thought he was that good in Lincoln? I'm with you on Bill topping the list, but I'm surprised to see Lincoln that high. And what about John Proctor? For me, it's Bill, then Proctor, then Plainview. Initially, I was far less enamored with Bill and Proctor, but over time, his work as both of those characters continues to increase in my esteem whereas his work with Plainview is more of a what-you-see-is-what-you-get performance that I don't see as having as many layers. Is this what we're calling porn addicts now? If so, I'm on board. Did I miss the post with your review? Yeah, I watched it around when it premiered. I didn't love it but I think that it's worth watching for Cameron Britton's portrayal of Ed Kemper alone. Every scene with him is fucking gold. Have you seen it?