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#1 Movie of All-Time
#1 Romantic Comedy
#1 Movie Character
KING Of All Schmoes
Hygiene is a must:
Take a shower, shampoo your hair with shampoo, use soap, brush your teeth, shave and what not. A lot of people go to these and you want to smell good. Smelling bad with a lot of people is not pleasant. Also, you want to look and smell your best for the celebs and possible crushes.
Don't be creepy:
This goes for both sexes. Don't stare down the person in sexy cosplay. You don't want to come across as creepy and it could come across as harassment. Just because someone is in sexy Drogo cosplay or sexy Slave Leia cosplay doesn't give you permission to continue staring. It isn't a strip club. Also, don't ask around for dates.
With the staff, people, celebs, and vendors. They are there for the fans. The least anyone can do is be considerate.
So you want your stuff signed? Bring a small tote or courier/artist tube. Don't be lugging around your gear like your at LAX. For photos, get a camera strap.
Peter Weller made this role. Whether being shot to death, shooting the testicles off of would be rapists, and going out for justice, Murphy is a classic. A man trying to regain his humanity through bullets and justice.
|Directed by:||Baltasar Kormakur|
|Written by:||Blake Masters|
|Cast:||Mark Wahlberg, Denzel Washington, Paula Patton, Bill Paxton, James Marsden, Fred Ward, Edward Olmos|
This movie really brings back the odd couple formula from the 80's and 90's. Complete with well shot action, memorable banter, and plenty of bullets. This movie was made for action fans who want to go back to that time where the heroes are flawed but wise crack as fast as they are with a gun and the villains are just bastards.
Denzel and Mark work together so well. They have great chemistry and with their acting styles, just mesh. We even get comedy bits that work. The beautiful Paula Patton sadly isn't given a lot but I like seeing her.
Now, the villains here are standard but really up the scumbag factor. Bill Paxton as a shady CIA agent is a real bastard and Edward James Olmos as a drug lord compliment alongside James Marsden. Robert John Burke also is in it for awhile.
The action is violent and well directed. No silly quick cuts or shaky cam. The music is nice and the direction is clear. The script doesn't deliver anything new but the people behind and in front of a camera gives the audience a fine ride.
Worthy of your shelf.