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maxfli65

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Yes, to be fair my comment was over simplistic. He has certainly done more than his standard schtick as his career has progressed.

Enemy of the State is a cracker of a film, quite agree with that.
There's almost always a little bit of the Fresh Prince in most of what he did/does though, I agree.
 
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The Riot Club (2014). Of course I only decided to watch it when I spotted that Natalie Dormer was in the cast. Unfortunately she only has a relatively fleeting part...
 

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Tried both The Big Lebowski and O Brother Where Art Thou at the weekend; neither lasted beyond 15 minutes.

Fair to say I'm not a Coen Brothers fan.
I can understand it, they can be a bit rambling. I always think their films seem to lack a beginning and an end, they pick up in the middle somewhere and leave you in the middle of somewhere else. But I enjoy them because they usually have good characters, with good actors playing them. I don't know if you've seen Burn After Reading, but that was my favourite of theirs, probably more of a typical comedy than their others, and great performances from Pitt and Clooney.
 
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Just found "Michael" on Netflix, older than I remember, I didn't realize it came out in 1996. One of the first films I saw with mrs wedge, watched it again last night and both of us enjoyed it as much as we did the first time.
 
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