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Tim 11 month s ago
#16 ?! Are you nuts? Thats the whole part that makes it so frightening. Because it seems possible, that someone developes a state where he is abled to bend steel and survive impacts of a shotgun. Just developed by his mental sickness, he is obviously still 100% human, but at the same time abled to do what any other human cannot.

Would you really be more satisfied with a werwolf kinda beast appearing at the end of Split? dash
       
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Jackie 11 month s ago
#12 Will someone give Will Smith an Oscar already so he'll stop with all these grubby, melodramatic movies and his big moon face looking out at you pitching this real 'deep' sorrow?
       
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Nap 11 month s ago
Jackie, If Will Smith gets an Oscar before Johnny Depp, I'm seriously going to lose my chit.
       
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Frieda 11 month s ago
#18 really?? I loved that ending! It was the perfect ending on a very entertaining movie (which was not at all what I expected). Great movie!
       
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Shutter Island

“When I saw the trailer, which shows DiCaprio’s character visiting a mental institution and then his reality crumbling around him, it was obvious to me that DiCaprio was also a patient. I spent the whole film hoping I was wrong, and then when the ‘twist’ came it was just one big roll of the eyes. Don’t get me wrong, I think Scorsese and DiCaprio is actually a better pairing than Scorsese and De Niro, but I don’t get the hype around that film at all. Perhaps if they had kept things vague in the trailer, but the whole thing was predictable and at the same time ridiculous.”

 

—jonsharky

 

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