The racist lines were censoring, Batman, great (what are you spooks up to? laugh.gif) and the best part was that he wasn't trying to be racist, he didn't hate them as people, he hates them for the way they portray themselves. The ending was sick, aside from him going into the house and putting a bullet between their eyes, no other way to go.
The supporting cast wasn't that great, which is reason why I can't give it a perfect score, it's very much an indie film, so some of the more amateurish acting doesn't really hurt the film, but Eastwood was spot on, he made the movie really good.
it was funny for about 15 minutes, then the fact that there was no plot and the dialogue was horrible took over and i couldnt even finish it.
I agree, this movie was just OK. I thought it was beyond corny and at times became uncomfortable with how cliche Eastwood's character became.
You have no frame of reference, Donny. You're like a child who walks into the middle of a movie...
Art Vandelay wrote:This movie seriously lacked verisimilitude.
The biggest problem with that movie for me was that it pulled punches. It might have made you cringe (and laugh at the same time) but that premise should have been executed in a non-PC manner. Could have been a classic.
That was the biggest problem for you? Without a doubt the biggest problem was no boobies. The guys for Jackass staple scrotum and dance naked in department stores. I realize now that they have no problem with male nudity. Either that or Knoxville completely sold out. Now that I think on it the latter is verisimilar.