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I read that Chris had already completed a lot of his dialogue, and that they considered bringing in an impressionist to fill in the gaps. They should have gone ahead with the project, I think it would have been a great tribute to him. Of course we would have never got Mike Myer's intepretation and prolly would have associated his scottish accent with Fat Bastard only, but it looks like his character and story had a lot of heart.
I had heard the same (that it was almost all done). I assumed, perhaps cynically, that he was replaced so that they could make sequels if it hit. Which was a great financial decision but once he was replaced I assumed we'd never see the original.
Nicolas Winding Refn directed one of the Miss Marple TV movies between 'Bronson' and 'Valhalla Rising' ?!?!



Somebody should get the Blu-Ray and rescore it with Cliff Martinez :-P.
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I don't know if there is some list of bizarro DVD extras but...

I got my copy of the 1967 Japanese movie 'Branded To Kill' (On Arrow Video) and discovered it had a full-length porno remake of the movie called 'Trapped In Lust' amongst the bonus material :-D.

The original isn't axactly short on nudity by the way and features some amazing black and white images/camera-work.

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What the...?

^Awesome movie by the way (the original not the porno remake).
Here's a set of pretty great videos highlighting the first and final frames from many different movies.





List of movies used:

Part I -

The Tree of Life
The Master
Brokeback Mountain
No Country for Old Men
Her
Blue Valentine
Birdman
Black Swan
Gone Girl
Kill Bill Vol. 2
Punch-Drunk Love
Silver Linings Playbook
Taxi Driver
Shutter Island
Children of Men
We Need to Talk About Kevin
Funny Games (2007)
Fight Club
12 Years a Slave
There Will be Blood
The Godfather Part II
Shame
Never Let Me Go
The Road
Hunger
Raging Bull
Cabaret
Before Sunrise
Nebraska
Frank
Cast Away
Somewhere
Melancholia
Morvern Callar
Take this Waltz
Buried
Lord of War
Cape Fear (1991)
12 Monkeys
The World According to Garp
Saving Private Ryan
Poetry
Solaris (1972)
Dr. Strangelove
The Astronaut Farmer
The Piano
Inception
Boyhood
Whiplash
Cloud Atlas
Under the Skin
2001: A Space Odyssey
Gravity
The Searchers
The Usual Suspects

Part II -
(The video shows the titles this time around, but still here's the list)

Sunshine
Snowpiercer
Biutiful
21 Grams
The Prestige
All is Lost
Take Shelter
The Impossible
United 93
Vanilla Sky
Ex Machina
Inside Llewyn Davis
Dead Man
Mystery Train
Melvin and Howard
Fury
Full Metal Jacket
A Clockwork Orange
Eyes Wide Shut
Eraserhead
The Elephant Man
The Fall
The Thin Red Line
The New World
Road to Perdition
Snow Falling on Cedars
The Bourne Ultimatum
The Imitation Game
Flight
Hard Eight
Inherent Vice
World War Z
Wild
The Double
The Machinist
Born on the Fourth of July
Brideshead Revisited
Maps to the Stars
The Skeleton Twins
Mommy
A Scanner Darkly
10 Years
Milk
Lost Highway
Boxcar Bertha
Badlands
Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai
Ratcatcher
Ida
Raise the Red Lantern
Gattaca
Kundun
Bringing Out the Dead
A Most Wanted Man
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
The Social Network
Jack Goes Boating
Submarine
Half Nelson
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Babel
Django Unchained
True Grit
Vertigo
Oldboy
Apocalypto
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Gladiator
Mad Max: Fury Road
World's Greatest Dad
Cool stuff! I always enjoy the bookended stuff (Lynch is great at this visually and thematically).
Trailer for the new Coen Brothers film, "Hail, Caesar!" due out Feb 5, 2016.

Any thoughts on Bone Tomahawk? The Kurt Russell cannibal horror/wild west movie that could possibly be the greatest thing ever?
Blame it on Rio has joined the blu-ray club.

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... May God help us all. :lol: