Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Review of "Sinister"


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7 comments:

Ms Misanthropist said...

At least VDO was mentioned. Maybe his part isn't as small as I feared. By the numbers PFT! VDO always says he respects the story above everything, so it probably wasn't appropriate to try to upstage. Glad this movie is good, because it will probably get a wide release. That means I'll be able to see our man on the big screen, which doesn't happen often enough.

val said...

By the numbers? He INVENTED the numbers. And Mr Reviewer, I bet he would take the trouble to find out how to pronounce your name, a courtesy you do not accord him.

But at least it sounds like we might get to see it on the big screen, even in the UK.

vikeau said...

Quite frankly nothing wrong with by the numbers, especially if thats what the part calls for. And val you are correct, at least learn how to pronounce the Man's name. Other than the apparent snub of Vincent by all accounts this sounds like a good movie.

sixtwosue said...

"Seemed to be in the movie only because they needed to put his character there in the first place." That's some first-rate analysis there. Michael Corleone is, to my knowledge, in "The Godfather" because his character needed to be there in the first place.

Regina Caschetto said...

Well, he gave it three and one-half stars which is excellent. I'm not exactly sure what "by the numbers" means. Can someone explain, please?
Regina

sixtwosue said...

I interpret it as "nothing special," doing just what is required to get by and nothing more. Unmemorable.

Regina Caschetto said...

Thanks for the definition. Can't imagine Vincent not doing his very best.
Regina

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