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WHY DON'T YOU PLAY IN HELL? debut trailer
basically: what if the Yakuza decided to create a movie production studio. Lol, looks wild
similar to my video post below (http://www.moviefancentral.com/cochise-2/videos/54316)
I have to say, that new movie Fury, from the director of Street Kings, which I love, and End of Watch, which I love, and then most recently -- Sabotage, one of my biggest disappointments in recent history. I thought it was shaping up to be a classic to be honest. I still liked it though (http://www.moviefancentral.com/cochise-2/reviews/22576).
Anyways, with that, with how big of a disappointment to me, I realized actually how odd it is that I'm actually not concerned at ALL about his next movie, after the one I was so disappointed in (as a fan of his, and of the genre, and of Schwarzenegger). I'm actually legit excited to see Fury. Hell, I'm 100% into seeing Fury now. Especially after an MFC regular had a status update recently that compared Fury to Saving Private Ryan. Need I say more? God damn
That's nuts that he didn't shower once throughout filming. Maybe it'll seem dramatic to the haters, but that's exactly what perfectionist artists like Daniel Day Lewis does -- that's method acting at its best. Crazy. Though not saying it's on the level or DDL, or at least I haven't seen Fury or heard his performance is on that 'method acting' level. Or maybe DDL's specific and relatively unique 'chameleon' trate has a lot to do with his success and acclaim as an actor (seriously, who else out there now is a chameleon like Daniel Day Lewis? Tom Hardy is the only one I can think of that comes close, but I definitely know he's not even with the way DDL gets into his characters, which is saying something about both as both are absolutely unbelievable at what they do!or maybe it's just visually? anyway, can't wait to see FURY
seriously, this movie looks fucking AMAZING to me. And I mean that. After watching this trailer.
So epic, so true. To me at least. So unexplainably relevant and 'revolutionary' in a sense, in a clear -- yet unclear... lalmost spiritiual sense (definition of that thought anyone)?
Anyway, think about that or don't, I think you'll find this - as a movie fan - straight up A-grade badass and awesome.
Yay or nay? What say you to seeing Fury in theatres?