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Old 04-19-2009, 09:54 PM   #2255
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Originally Posted by irishjayhawk View Post
Good question. I'm not sure. I just think it's horrendous because it was utterly predictable and borderline stupid (plot wise). The only reason anyone gave this film the light of day is because they got Smith to star.



I saw State of Play today. Really liked it.
Predictable is not bad if it is sufficiently developed. I don't think you always have to throw the audience a changeup. It was lacking in development, and would probably have worked better in book format where it could be fleshed out and still retain the longer segments of character development.

I watched Dark Days with one of my friends this afternoon on Netflix Instant. Interesting little doc.
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