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Discussion in 'Off-Topic: Bareknuckle Discussion' started by Bounz, Sep 4, 2007.
can't bone their women? i don't get it..
Just saw The Departed huh?
Movie of teh year. When it came out.
Luck of the Irish...
I haven't seen this movie yet.
The elevator scene is sick.
Freud said that us Irish people are a mass of contradictions and and impervious to the rational thought processes that might resolve them. That is what he is talking about.
sigmund was dead, LONG BEFORE they even had the thoughts of copying a hong-kong based film.
the quote is really really old
What does Freud's death have to do with the Hong Kong movie? Is it in that film as well?
the departed is a copy of a hong kong movie, i forgot what its called but its a copy
a copy a copy a copy
freud said it long before departed even became a movie, people know about the quote
saying that i just saw the departed was a bit wierd
here you go, internal affairs
Everybody, sans Marky Mark, dies.
infernal affairs is the movie much better than the departed.
a bit weird? thats all you can say
from Roger motherpimping Ebert
The story is inspired by "Infernal Affairs" (2002) by Alan Mak and Andrew Lau, the most successful Hong Kong film of recent years. Indeed, having just re-read my 2004 review of that film, I find I could change the names, cut and paste it, and be discussing this film. But that would only involve the surface, the plot and a few philosophical quasi-profundities. What makes this a Scorsese film, and not merely a retread, is the director's use of actors, locations and energy, and its buried theme. I am fond of saying that a movie is not about what it's about; it's about how it's about it. That's always true of a Scorsese film
lol the director of the departed probably saw the movie when it came out and copy'd it right away
hence why departed came out in 2006, 4 years of production
i would be thoroughly fucking pissed if i hadnt watched the movie already.
i don;t think good old Martin gets down like that.... poorly played sir
so how does it feel to find out that your fav movie was quote/unquote inspired by a movie from hong kong?