Please do shrug...with both shoulders..
On 10/4/09 4:43 PM, "Patrick King" <email@example.com> wrote:
> You have missed at least two very important films: 1990's TOO YOUNG TO DIE,
> and 1993's KALIFORNIA. If, after seeing those two films, you still hold the
> prejudices expressed above, all I can do is shrug.
> It sounds to me as though you've missed Pitt's best work and are judging him
> solely on how he appears in tabloid magazines. Does he make some lousy movies?
> Yup, just as Brando, Newman, Olivier, Mitchum, Bogart, Cagney, Barrymore, all
> of them did. But if you've missed his best work due to prejudice fueled on
> cliches, the fault's on you. There is nothing clean or healthy about Pitt's
> character in KALIFORNIA. He is probably the most realistic serial killer in
> any movie I've seen so far. Brad Pitt is one of our finest living actors. His
> good looks are his greatest setback. It's always been easy to dismiss a
> handsome talent. Beauty really has to try harder.
> Patrick King
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