Started by MacGuffin, October 01, 2014, 02:10:50 PM
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QuoteBut where was this tail he was on going to take Bigfoot finally? How far in this weird twisted cop karma would he have to follow the twenty kilos before it led him to what he thought he needed to know? Which would be what again, exactly? Who hired Adrian to kill his partner? What Adrian's connection might be to Crocker Fenway's principals? Whether the Golden Fang, which Bigfoot didn't believe in to begin with, even existed? How smart was any of it, right now for example, without backup, and how safe was Bigfoot likely to be, and for how long? "Here," Denis said after a while, passing a smoldering joint. "Bigfoot's not my brother," Doc considered when he exhaled, "but he sure needs a keeper.""It ain't you, Doc.""I know. Too bad, in a way."
QuoteBut here, out of, well, not exactly nowhere, but some badlands at least that unmerciful, came this presence, tall and cloaked, with oversize and wickedly pointed gold canines, and luminous eyes scanning Doc in a repellently familiar way. 'As you may have already gathered,' it whispered, 'I am the Golden Fang.'
Quote'Thanks for clearing that one up, Mr. Fang.''Oh, call me 'The Golden.'
Quote from: modage on December 12, 2014, 09:34:54 PMThere's a scene at the end of "Inherent Vice" between Doc and Bigfoot that recalls a similar moment at the end of "The Master": two men in opposition coming to an understanding that they must remain opposed. It's emotional but in a way that isn't obvious. What are you trying to say in those sequences?It was just an effort to make sure that made it in the translation from the book to the movie. That's where it starts. They're trying to apologize to each other for how they treated each other the night before, and Doc and Bigfoot begin to talk at the same time. It struck me so sweetly in the book. It was like Tom and Jerry stopping to apologize to each other about their behavior. What I really like about that scene, and what ended up happening when we got there, is that for as emotional as Doc is throughout the movie, you never see him break down and cry. But in truth, the most emotional he gets is bawling his eyes out while watching Bigfoot have this meltdown in front of him. Doc says that beautiful line, which is from the book: "Are you okay brother?" Bigfoot rejects it: "I'm not your brother." Doc says: "But you sure could use a keeper. Doc has become unglued along with Bigfoot. It's just stuff in the book that I shuffled around and made into one scene.
Quote from: max from fearless on November 20, 2014, 03:14:13 PMPTA standard moments.
Quote from: wilder on December 01, 2014, 02:49:43 PMThis should be on the poster:Quote from: max from fearless on December 01, 2014, 09:13:27 AMhe's on the fucking case; he doesn't know what the case is, but he's fucking on it
Quote from: max from fearless on December 01, 2014, 09:13:27 AMhe's on the fucking case; he doesn't know what the case is, but he's fucking on it