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I'm excited to get things rolling in The Industry Forum on DelphiForums. I am a returnee from way back who can't stand FaceBook.
At a time when everyone seems to be bemoaning the lack of good movies, I 've just seen three and want to talk about them.
My Three: The Irishman, The Band's Visit, and The Good Liar (which most critics hated.)
Bill Condie (PBG)
I've only seen one of them, the Irishman.
It was well acted, had a good pace, and was well directed, with a real message. Its amazing how a certain kind of good acting never gets old!
As for the pacing and script, excellent! I never once looked at my watch or felt a scene was un-necessary.
"I hear you paint houses"
...''and a little carpentry"
It didn't lag at all!
a great slice of history
Any idea who played the priest? Couldn't find him in the cast. Someone suggested he was a real priest playing incognito.
|Jonathan Morris||...||Assisted Living Priest|