>Mel Gibson Is The Second Coming (Or The Devil)…

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…or the public at-large is really into forgiveness during the holiday season.*


*Or maybe he’s just a damn good filmmaker. Anyway you look at it, the dude’s pretty Teflon. Let’s just hope he doesn’t decide to
go on a rant about ni@@ers black folks. His box office numbers would probably really go through the roof.

Apocalypto: The Official Movie Website

5 thoughts on “>Mel Gibson Is The Second Coming (Or The Devil)…

  1. >usually, i like to go to a movie where i don't know a thing about what's about to happen in the film (plot/storyline/stars,etc). my first experience in viewing a film like that was "the matrix". didn't know what it was about, didn't see a trailer, nuffin'….what a helluva ride!!!since that film, i try not to get too caught up in trailers, reviews and the such that may lead you think, i know what's going to happen. end story.but this film "apocalypto" was something else. didn't know anything about it til this weekend and what a rush it was!"Andy Dufresne – who crawled through a river of shit and came out clean on the other side" – Morgan Freeman's character Ellis Boyd "Red" Redding in "The Shawshank Redemption"mel gibson is today's andy dufresne

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  2. >OMG, Lance, you're right!!! Mel is a modern day Andy Dufresne!!!BTW, Tim Robbins' Andy Dufresne, in my opinion, is one of the greatest characters in film history. "Shawshank" is one of the greatest movies ever made. I never, ever tire of seeing it. It is a miracle of perfection.

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  3. >no doubt TSR is one of the best films ever made and guess what?…it didn't even win an academy award with it's 7 nominations……but guess what film it had to run against during the oscars of '95…tom hanks and "forrest gump"'nuff said

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  4. >Shawshank was absolute GENIUS. I love that film.As far as movie-goers go, if it's good, they are going to see it. I can't think of too many film producers who got punished at the box office if their work was good.Lance, I know what you mean about going into a movie "fresh". I did that this past weekend with Denzel's film Deja Vu, and it was real good, can't wait to buy the DVD.

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  5. >yeah, rich i came into "deja vu" with the same mindset. didn't know what the film was about just knew "D" was in the picture at it was at "least", worth $10 of the $20 i spent to see the film ($20 incl. movie, lg. popcorn & lg. soda)denzel did the damn thing, but paula patton is hot. she stole the film!

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