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The Best Movie You Never Saw: The Way Of The Gun

05.16.2013

Welcome to The Best Movie You NEVER Saw, a column dedicated to examining films that have flown under the radar or gained traction throughout the years, earning them a place as a cult classic or underrated gem that was either before it’s time or has aged like a fine wine.

This week we’ll be examining THE WAY OF THE GUN, writer-director Christopher McQuarrie’s violent crime pic starring Ryan Phillippe and Benicio Del Toro, released theatrically in September, 2000.

THE STORY:

Two violent criminals (Phillippe and Del Toro) kidnap a girl being paid $1m to be a surrogate mother for a wealthy gangster (Scott Wilson) and his wife, only to find themselves ruthlessly tracked by the girl's bodyguards and an aging bagman determined to retrieve the girl without paying a ransom. Shootouts, double-crosses, and twisting reveals all lead to a chaotic finale of bad vs. bad.

THE PLAYERS:

The film is written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie (JACK REACHER), who cast Benicio Del Toro as Mr. Longbaugh and hesitantly cast Ryan Phillippe as Mr. Parker (both characters share the same last name as Robert Redford and Paul Newman's characters in BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID). The rest of cast was filled out with Scott Wilson (Herscel from The Walking Dead) as the gangster, Juliette Lewis as the surrogate mother, Taye Diggs and Nicky Katt as the bodyguards, James Caan as Joe Sarno, the aging bagman, and Dylan Kussman as the doctor.

"I was very resistant to Ryan at first. He worked completely against what I imagined Parker to be, I had a different picture of the character in my mind. I wanted someone with more miles on the clock, someone who was more of a brawler and more on the same plane as Benicio. You can see a lifetime of experience in Benicio, and I didn't imagine I'd see that with Ryan. But when I said no Ryan's response was that he wouldn't take a no without a meeting. So I met with him, and asked why he wanted to do this movie. He said because he's an actor, and yet people were trying to make him into a movie star. My producer Ken Kokin pointed out that the one actor I didn't want in The Usual Suspects was Benicio Del Toro. So I met with Ryan, and he met the challenges of the role head on so I cast him. Six weeks later he showed up at rehearsal, he'd grown a beard, put on 25 pounds of muscle and looked how I imagined he should."

THE HISTORY:

McQuarrie was coming off the massive success of Bryan Singer's THE USUAL SUSPECTS, which he'd written in 1995 and was struggling with what to do next. New to the pressures of Hollywood, McQuarrie was constantly pushed in the direction of doing another crime film, which he resisted until Del Toro convinced him to move forward with the idea. McQuarrie came up with THE WAY OF THE GUN, writing it in just five days, quickly jumping into his first directorial effort with little experience in the craft. With a $21 million budget, the film ended up flopping with a worldwide gross of $13 million and was mostly split with critics. Since it's debut, the film has slowly settled into cult status.

"It's the movie I wish I could do over again: I wish I could take that basic concept and make that as a film again with everything that I've learned... If only because it was the last truly original idea that I worked with." - Christopher McQuarrie

WHY IT’S GREAT:

THE WAY OF THE GUN is very much like a modern day western, complete with sketchy protagonists, mysterious characters, questionable motives, doublecrosses, and the Wild West mindset of guns and violence as a means to an end. It's an uncompromising viewpoint, shared by all the characters, who don't think to rectify any of their issues diplomatically. The characters without guns understand this better than those with them, as their every move is determined by who is holding a loaded weapon and who is not.

"...I think Chris has more of a message, not so much glorification. It's pretty raw and challenging, sometimes uncomfortably so. Chris doesn't insult the intelligence of the audience. To me, this movie is more like a modern Western, like Peckinpah. Chris calls it a Western with cell phones. We don't do any of the double-fisted gun moves, we stayed away from all the BS that looks cool; we wanted it to look like surveillance footage rather than some of those movies that tend to get masturbatory, just in coolness." - Ryan Phillipe

From the opening scene, which is probably the most talked about alongside the explosive finale, you know that you're dealing with a film that isn't trying to win over a traditional audience. It goes in the very opposite direction from the first frame and just keeps driving. Nothing is painted in broad strokes. Instead of the good and the bad being laid out for you, it ultimately becomes your choice as to who to root for, if anyone.

As he did with THE USUAL SUSPECTS and many films since, Del Toro gives a quiet, malevolent performance as a man with almost no moral center. For as wise as he seems, he's just as childlike in his views of the world. For Phillippe, the film stands as one of the best roles he's ever had (if not the best role), as it plays completely against the romcom prettyboy route he could've followed, especially after coming off hits like CRUEL INTENTIONS and I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER. Phillipe's Parker is a conundrum; dressed in the face of a hero, but acting like the villain. It's a role that most actors pursuing leading man status can't say yes to and yet Phillippe fought for it.

The supporting cast is aided substantially by James Caan, who is perhaps the closest thing to a real protagonist in the film. Cann's very presence demands attention and many of his exchanges are paramount to the film, especially during a bar scene between him and Del Toro. The film is full of these moments, with characters exchanging words with weight, often saying one thing, while meaning another, which is very often the way we speak in our everyday lives. Diggs and Katt are menacing enough as the bodyguards on Longbaugh and Parker's trail, being just cold and stoic enough to fit into the film's paradigm.

What makes THE WAY OF THE GUN great is that it fits the genre in very much the way the charaters interact. It was marketed as an action crime caper, but underneath it's an allegorical crime film that shows the ugly side of the pretty. It's an action movie without the gloss filter, right down to the tactics (McQuarrie's brother is a Navy SEAL who advised on all the shootouts...and it shows). There are issues with the film, from the intermittent pacing and Juliette Lewis' constant crying and screaming, but it otherwise stands as an outstanding anti-action film, soaked in metaphor, lost in genre, and bold in message. THE WAY OF THE GUN is a big middle finger to Hollywood's action movie template and there's something deeply satisfying about that.

"The Way of the Gun is nothing if not an allegory for my struggles in Hollywood. It's all in there. You just have to listen.” – Christopher McQuarrie

MEMORABLE SCENE: The final shootout is the best sequence of the film, by far, but in terms of memorable scenes, the opening scene of Longbaugh and Parker dealing with a confrontation with a mouthy Sarah Silverman and her boyfriend is well regarded as an absolute classic.

WATCH IT: THE WAY OF THE GUN is available on DVD/Blu-Ray. Order here!

PARTING SHOT:

"We wanted to make something honest. We also had a deep hatred for what the system had done to storytelling in the name of political correctness. I wanted to make a film in which violence was not a justified or qualified act. I wanted to make a film that was difficult to watch. I wanted to make a film about violence and criminals that had to be endured rather than something that entertained without consequence. Unfortunately, very few people in this country were in the mood to endure it." - Christopher McQuarrie

The trailer for THE WAY OF THE GUN is a perfect example of irony, as the conventions and stereotypes that McQuarrie fought against are exactly what were used to market the film. Take a look:

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11:19PM on 05/18/2013
Ill never understand why more people never saw this movie. Its a violent gangster epic that ranks right up there with reservoir dogs, scarface, the usual suspects and many others. Has been one of my faves since i saw it in the theater. So many subtleties and tiny gestures and nuances that make this film great. And EASILY the best ending of any gangster movie since scarface. Unforgettable. Long live Parker and Longbaugh!!!
Ill never understand why more people never saw this movie. Its a violent gangster epic that ranks right up there with reservoir dogs, scarface, the usual suspects and many others. Has been one of my faves since i saw it in the theater. So many subtleties and tiny gestures and nuances that make this film great. And EASILY the best ending of any gangster movie since scarface. Unforgettable. Long live Parker and Longbaugh!!!
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10:58PM on 05/16/2013

I hated it

It was boring, uninteresting, and I'm not trolling: I love every movie reviewed here under "the best movie you never saw" features, and I think this is the first exception. More often than not, I find these hidden gems on a JoBlo or Entertainment Weekly articles and I seek them out and they are usually right on the money. As I grow older, I'm even appreciative of documentary feature films, but this was one movie that I saw on VHS (if I remember correctly) and actually finished watching
It was boring, uninteresting, and I'm not trolling: I love every movie reviewed here under "the best movie you never saw" features, and I think this is the first exception. More often than not, I find these hidden gems on a JoBlo or Entertainment Weekly articles and I seek them out and they are usually right on the money. As I grow older, I'm even appreciative of documentary feature films, but this was one movie that I saw on VHS (if I remember correctly) and actually finished watching it--even though I didn't want to.

Another film that didn't do it for me was BUCKAROO BANZAI, but at least I admit that it was a good movie, but it just wasn't for me. THE WAY OF THE GUN just wasn't good...and this coming from someone who sat through MEET JOE BLACK.
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10:57PM on 05/16/2013
Once a year we flip a coin on two movies showing in the theater that we've never heard of and go see whichever one comes up. Way of the Gun won the flip over Nurse Betty that year and I've absolutely loved it ever since.
Once a year we flip a coin on two movies showing in the theater that we've never heard of and go see whichever one comes up. Way of the Gun won the flip over Nurse Betty that year and I've absolutely loved it ever since.
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7:11PM on 05/16/2013

Second best opening scene EVER!

Only second to Pick of Destiny - hard to beat Dio!
Only second to Pick of Destiny - hard to beat Dio!
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6:35PM on 05/16/2013

Saw it in theatres

And it's still one of my all-time favorites. It's the reason I saw Jack Reacher.
And it's still one of my all-time favorites. It's the reason I saw Jack Reacher.
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5:41PM on 05/16/2013

I saw this in the movies.

I went to see this with my friend when we were freshmen in high school. I fell in love with the trailer and wanted to see the movie. I was not disappointed when I did. McQuarrie has an ear for awesome dialogue and a mind for great sequences. I was actually a fan of "Jack Reacher".
I went to see this with my friend when we were freshmen in high school. I fell in love with the trailer and wanted to see the movie. I was not disappointed when I did. McQuarrie has an ear for awesome dialogue and a mind for great sequences. I was actually a fan of "Jack Reacher".
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4:37PM on 05/16/2013
One of the best films ever. Currently sits at 14 on my all time favorite list and 8 on my favorite action list.
One of the best films ever. Currently sits at 14 on my all time favorite list and 8 on my favorite action list.
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3:04PM on 05/16/2013
Fun little picture, but by no means great. Pacing in this film is a mess but I wouldn't say it's boring.
Fun little picture, but by no means great. Pacing in this film is a mess but I wouldn't say it's boring.
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2:41PM on 05/16/2013
I have an issue w/ this kind of article being posted on a "fanboy" site, this is definitely not a movie that would have flown under the radar for the vast majority of the readers here, but maybe that's just me. And definitely not the best movie I've never seen, because I think its good not great, and McQuarrie, based on the dvd commentary, would probably agree w/ me.
I have an issue w/ this kind of article being posted on a "fanboy" site, this is definitely not a movie that would have flown under the radar for the vast majority of the readers here, but maybe that's just me. And definitely not the best movie I've never seen, because I think its good not great, and McQuarrie, based on the dvd commentary, would probably agree w/ me.
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4:58PM on 05/16/2013
You know, it took me a second, but I agree. Someone needs to tell us about an actual we've never seen. This is a movie fan site and therefore most of us have seen what the mainstream hasn't. This is a perfect example. So, it actually kind of defeats the premise of the article.

Have you ever seen the Indian movie Wednesday? It's multi-perspective story of a terrorist attack in Mumbai. I have never seen that and I'm sure a lot of people haven't either. See like that.
You know, it took me a second, but I agree. Someone needs to tell us about an actual we've never seen. This is a movie fan site and therefore most of us have seen what the mainstream hasn't. This is a perfect example. So, it actually kind of defeats the premise of the article.

Have you ever seen the Indian movie Wednesday? It's multi-perspective story of a terrorist attack in Mumbai. I have never seen that and I'm sure a lot of people haven't either. See like that.
2:25PM on 05/16/2013

Why I hate my family.

I remember buying the DVD and showing my Pop, who promptly fell asleep during the donor interviews. "I've never killed a man." He was a drunk. My brother said it was boring, but laughed at James Caan's hard nipples showing through his polo shirt. He's the biggest douche I know. My sisters, one a bulldyke, the other a faux-hipster; both of them decreed it the "most boring movie I've ever seen." Pfffft. Chicks?! And my Mom left the room after ".....fuckstart her head." Her favorite movie is
I remember buying the DVD and showing my Pop, who promptly fell asleep during the donor interviews. "I've never killed a man." He was a drunk. My brother said it was boring, but laughed at James Caan's hard nipples showing through his polo shirt. He's the biggest douche I know. My sisters, one a bulldyke, the other a faux-hipster; both of them decreed it the "most boring movie I've ever seen." Pfffft. Chicks?! And my Mom left the room after ".....fuckstart her head." Her favorite movie is Sister Act. Okay, I don't hate them, but goddamn it if I didn't turn the volume up to way past 11 during the final shootout just so they'd have to pay fucking attention to what is a modern day crime classic. My ringer was/is/will be again the Way of the Gun theme.
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2:07PM on 05/16/2013

Top 10

I saw this movie with my dad in the middle of a school day. I remember looking at my father during the end-credits and saying "I'm going to make movies the rest of my life." This was the film that convinced me to go to film school.
I saw this movie with my dad in the middle of a school day. I remember looking at my father during the end-credits and saying "I'm going to make movies the rest of my life." This was the film that convinced me to go to film school.
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1:30PM on 05/16/2013

Always been in my Top 5 of all time

I created an account so i can just post and say how stoked i am that this was written. A true underrated movie that i have been telling people about for years. I need to go into the garage and find the poster that was hung in my room during my college years.
I created an account so i can just post and say how stoked i am that this was written. A true underrated movie that i have been telling people about for years. I need to go into the garage and find the poster that was hung in my room during my college years.
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1:27PM on 05/16/2013

Always been in my Top 5 of all time

I created an account so i can just post and say how stoked i am that this was written. A true underrated movie that i have been telling people about for years. I need to go into the garage and find the poster that was hung in my room during my college years.
I created an account so i can just post and say how stoked i am that this was written. A true underrated movie that i have been telling people about for years. I need to go into the garage and find the poster that was hung in my room during my college years.
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1:23PM on 05/16/2013

Always been in my Top 5 of all time

I created an account so i can just post and say how stoked i am that this was written. A true underrated movie that i have been telling people about for years. I need to go into the garage and find the poster that was hung in my room during my college years.
I created an account so i can just post and say how stoked i am that this was written. A true underrated movie that i have been telling people about for years. I need to go into the garage and find the poster that was hung in my room during my college years.
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1:13PM on 05/16/2013

First DVD I ever bought

Love this flick. It had a strong story and concept, a fantastic cast and a really fresh and unique take on its action scenes (the incredibly slow but tense car chase comes to mind), happy to see McQuarrie return to the directors chair after way way too long this year.
Love this flick. It had a strong story and concept, a fantastic cast and a really fresh and unique take on its action scenes (the incredibly slow but tense car chase comes to mind), happy to see McQuarrie return to the directors chair after way way too long this year.
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6:36PM on 05/16/2013
Me too.
Me too.
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1:09PM on 05/16/2013

HELL YES!

I fucking love this movie! It is one of the most underrated movies of all time. This should be the bonus question on the quiz to test your gun/guy movie knowledge.
I fucking love this movie! It is one of the most underrated movies of all time. This should be the bonus question on the quiz to test your gun/guy movie knowledge.
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1:08PM on 05/16/2013

YES.

A fun movie that never got the respect it should have. Ending was an ultimate F-you to Hollywood audiences seeking a happy ending.
A fun movie that never got the respect it should have. Ending was an ultimate F-you to Hollywood audiences seeking a happy ending.
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12:54PM on 05/16/2013

love it.

A masterpiece...and one of my most recommended films...the finale is an ADULT oriented bit of action...none of the flash and "swag" bullshit.
A masterpiece...and one of my most recommended films...the finale is an ADULT oriented bit of action...none of the flash and "swag" bullshit.
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12:34PM on 05/16/2013
Can't you thumbs-downers and neutral people see that there are mainly thumbs up here? Get..the..fuck...OUT!

Parody of The Way of the Gun line. ;-)


Can't you thumbs-downers and neutral people see that there are mainly thumbs up here? Get..the..fuck...OUT!

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12:29PM on 05/16/2013
Can't believe I STILL haven't seen this. Especially since I borrowed a copy from a friend who moved out of state and still have it . . .
Can't believe I STILL haven't seen this. Especially since I borrowed a copy from a friend who moved out of state and still have it . . .
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12:03PM on 05/16/2013

Saw it when it first came out on dvd

I didn't really care for it at the time thought it was boring.
I didn't really care for it at the time thought it was boring.
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11:58AM on 05/16/2013

hated it

i hated this movie it was so boring
i hated this movie it was so boring
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12:41PM on 05/16/2013
you shut your mouth before i come over there and fuck start your head
you shut your mouth before i come over there and fuck start your head
12:48PM on 05/16/2013
HAHAHAHAHA
HAHAHAHAHA
11:50AM on 05/16/2013
Dude, I own it and I only buy movies that are worth owning. Not ones that I just think are good or decent.
Dude, I own it and I only buy movies that are worth owning. Not ones that I just think are good or decent.
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11:45AM on 05/16/2013
Great movie! Especially the opening and final scenes. Purely from a theme and story perspective, those two scenes speak wonders about how well written this movie is. Look at what happens in the opening scene and how that scene ends, compared to what happens in the final scene and how that scene ends. I think those two scenes speak wonders to the two "heroes" of the film: They'll do what they want to get what they want, they'll stare down any odds and goes balls out, win or lose. And when
Great movie! Especially the opening and final scenes. Purely from a theme and story perspective, those two scenes speak wonders about how well written this movie is. Look at what happens in the opening scene and how that scene ends, compared to what happens in the final scene and how that scene ends. I think those two scenes speak wonders to the two "heroes" of the film: They'll do what they want to get what they want, they'll stare down any odds and goes balls out, win or lose. And when it's over, get up and do it again. Aside from punching out Sarah Silverman, maybe two of the toughest characters in a movie ever.
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11:43AM on 05/16/2013
Great movie! Especially the opening and final scenes. Purely from a theme and story perspective, those two scenes speak wonders about how well written this movie is. Look at what happens in the opening scene and how that scene ends, compared to what happens in the final scene and how that scene ends. I think those two scenes speak wonders to the two "heroes" of the film: They'll do what they want to get what they want, they'll stare down any odds and goes balls out, win or lose. And when
Great movie! Especially the opening and final scenes. Purely from a theme and story perspective, those two scenes speak wonders about how well written this movie is. Look at what happens in the opening scene and how that scene ends, compared to what happens in the final scene and how that scene ends. I think those two scenes speak wonders to the two "heroes" of the film: They'll do what they want to get what they want, they'll stare down any odds and goes balls out, win or lose. And when it's over, get up and do it again. Aside from punching out Sarah Silverman, maybe two of the toughest characters in a movie ever.
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11:39AM on 05/16/2013
It's one of the few movies I've ever seen twice in theaters. I really liked how not everything was spelled out and there was zero handholding. When this came out on DVD, I showed it to all my friends and now my best friend quotes it to me all the time. As for the trailer, I forgot how horrible it was. I read an article on the film somewhere prior to its release and that was what sold me. It's been in my top ten for the past twelve and a half years.
It's one of the few movies I've ever seen twice in theaters. I really liked how not everything was spelled out and there was zero handholding. When this came out on DVD, I showed it to all my friends and now my best friend quotes it to me all the time. As for the trailer, I forgot how horrible it was. I read an article on the film somewhere prior to its release and that was what sold me. It's been in my top ten for the past twelve and a half years.
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11:36AM on 05/16/2013
I remember watching it in high school and it was a good film and at the time there was something that I couldn't put my finger on. I kept having The Big Hit vibe when watching this movie. I don't know why.
I remember watching it in high school and it was a good film and at the time there was something that I couldn't put my finger on. I kept having The Big Hit vibe when watching this movie. I don't know why.
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11:26AM on 05/16/2013

badass

this movie was awesome and very underrated, not sure if it was because of phillipe or what but definately a great film
this movie was awesome and very underrated, not sure if it was because of phillipe or what but definately a great film
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11:18AM on 05/16/2013

YES!

I am a big fan of this almost forgotten film. I remember watching it in the theater with just my friend on opening weekend. It was like a private screening and we enjoyed the hell out of it. The kidnapping/chase scene is awesome. Just a great film that deserves way more attention than it ever got.
I am a big fan of this almost forgotten film. I remember watching it in the theater with just my friend on opening weekend. It was like a private screening and we enjoyed the hell out of it. The kidnapping/chase scene is awesome. Just a great film that deserves way more attention than it ever got.
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11:16AM on 05/16/2013
Wait, I was always under the impression that Way of The Gun was a pretty popular movie.
Wait, I was always under the impression that Way of The Gun was a pretty popular movie.
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11:10AM on 05/16/2013
Back when Sarah Silverman's movie roles were always "Bitch Girlfriend."

Great movie.
Back when Sarah Silverman's movie roles were always "Bitch Girlfriend."

Great movie.
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11:02AM on 05/16/2013
One of the greatest final shootouts of all time!!
One of the greatest final shootouts of all time!!
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11:01AM on 05/16/2013
I saw this when it first came out on video, mainly because The Usual Suspects is in my Top 10. Comparing the two, it maybe didn't live up to my expectations, but my memories of it, as vague as they are, are good enough that I probably need to go watch it again.
I saw this when it first came out on video, mainly because The Usual Suspects is in my Top 10. Comparing the two, it maybe didn't live up to my expectations, but my memories of it, as vague as they are, are good enough that I probably need to go watch it again.
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10:59AM on 05/16/2013
I love this movie. One of my all time favorites. I loved the way Phillipe and del Toro would sort of communicate without words. I loved the way McQuarrie implied history through references and action instead of speeches and exposition (the hints at the duo's military and mob experience, that "thing in Baltimore" they never explain). I loved the way he used the rules of Hearts to describe the duo's outlook on life. Plus great fucking shootout and the slow car chase
I love this movie. One of my all time favorites. I loved the way Phillipe and del Toro would sort of communicate without words. I loved the way McQuarrie implied history through references and action instead of speeches and exposition (the hints at the duo's military and mob experience, that "thing in Baltimore" they never explain). I loved the way he used the rules of Hearts to describe the duo's outlook on life. Plus great fucking shootout and the slow car chase
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10:33AM on 05/16/2013

First Movie I ever saw with Del Toro

It made me an instant fan, I don't really like a lot of Ryan P movies but this movie was special. First movie I ever owned on DVD, VHS and Bluray at the same time.
It made me an instant fan, I don't really like a lot of Ryan P movies but this movie was special. First movie I ever owned on DVD, VHS and Bluray at the same time.
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10:26AM on 05/16/2013

Saw it on a Del Toro bender

Shut that cunt's mouth or I'll come over there and fuckstart her head!
Shut that cunt's mouth or I'll come over there and fuckstart her head!
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10:23AM on 05/16/2013

no one saw it....

Because it tripe...
Because it tripe...
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11:48AM on 05/16/2013
Boo-hoo. Change your diaper. You're such a Debbie Downer.
Boo-hoo. Change your diaper. You're such a Debbie Downer.
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