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    Better but...

    They should have a cover with Mortensen posing like this. Seriously. ;-)



    Either way, am I geek because I am excited about a Freud and Jung movie? :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    Better but...

    They should have a cover with Mortensen posing like this. Seriously. ;-)

    But then where's everyone else going to stand?

    Either way, am I geek because I am excited about a Freud and Jung movie? :D
    Yes, but not in a bad way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    But then where's everyone else going to stand?
    Floating heads?

    Dunno. I am from the school of thought that not every main actor has to be on the poster which is why the actual posters seem kinda meh to me.

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    Awesome.

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    Tipoff :: Hollywood Elsewhere

    A guy I know and trust who's seen David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method is calling it "great, brilliant, precise and lucid," and that "among all Cronenberg's films the one it's closest to is Dead Ringers."
    Dead Ringers is my favorite Cronenberg film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    Tipoff :: Hollywood Elsewhere



    Dead Ringers is my favorite Cronenberg film.
    Dead Ringers is simply one of the ickiest movies ever.

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    I haven't decided what's my favorite Cronie film.

    And yes Dead Ringers is icky! :O

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    Venice ‘11 Review: Cronenberg’s ‘A Dangerous Method’ An Insightful Look At Sexuality & The Mind > The Playlist

    “A Dangerous Method” is fearsomely smart; a grown-up film that doesn’t forget to move you even as it fires up the synapses. Mortensen caps off a trilogy of perfect performances for Cronenberg (and is the film’s best bet for award nods, we imagine), the other leads hold their own, at least after that awkward first reel, and it examines the creative and destructive elements of sexuality in a way that very few filmmakers would dare. While we hope that Cronenberg will kick off and play a little more loose the next time out, we’re glad he decided Hampton’s play was worth the effort. [B]

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