xXx: Return of Xander Cage
The last forty minutes of the movie do come together in a pretty diverting way.
Two Three observations:
"I couldn't tell if it was a fable or if it was badly written."
-- couple leaving theater in Bruce Eric Kaplan New Yorker cartoon (1/19/09)
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"I think a record is something to be consumed and to be experienced by tons of people in different ways and in different lights. Context is everything for some people. Context isn't everything for other people."
-- Justin Vernon, aka Bon Iver, on his album "For Emma, Forever Ago," which he recorded during a winter spent living alone in a remote cabin in the Wisconsin woods
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"Framing is everything. I remember [someone] asked Erland Josephson, who worked with Bergman, 'How did he direct you? What did you do?' And he said, 'He didn't really direct us that much. It was just really where he put the camera.' I think that's true. It's really how, suddenly, the image takes a kind of energy. I'm fascinated by the visual language."
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