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Silverware wrote: Honestly I found it needlessly gorey, and over the top.
Slice and dice tends to provide a fair helping of the gorey stuff in real life, Silver. I respect your opinion but disagree with you concerning your observation of the film being over the top in its depiction of such violence.

I'm rather partial to lots of blood especially when the script for the film is well written. :angel:

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#182
IronDuke wrote:
Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:42 pm
Victor Tombs wrote:
Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:15 am
I wasn't expecting so much action from an old man. :angel:
*cackles wildly*

He's a great role model for you, ain't he? :twisted:

*runs*

On a more serious note, I greatly enjoyed that movie as well.

And today I watched Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge. Good stuff right there. :squirrel:

--IronDuke
:lol: I'll outlive him, IronDuke. ;)

I haven't watched Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge. but I'm not really into "modern" war films. I did appreciate his work in/on The Passion of the Christ. :angel:

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#183
Victor Tombs wrote:
Mon Jul 17, 2017 4:41 pm
Silverware wrote: Honestly I found it needlessly gorey, and over the top.
Slice and dice tends to provide a fair helping of the gorey stuff in real life, Silver. I respect your opinion but disagree with you concerning your observation of the film being over the top in its depiction of such violence.

I'm rather partial to lots of blood especially when the script for the film is well written. :angel:
Oh I understand, but compared to the previous movies it's going from basically Disney violence straight to full on Game of Thrones. And the story didn't actually need the gore, it would have been fine with just the murder and the rest of the story.

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