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Righteous Kill (2008)
Bad guys who leave poems behind!?? !@#$%!!
What are the chances of watching two movies in a 12 hour period where the bad guy is a poet who leaves poems at the scene of the crime?
Last night I watched "Righteous Kill" and managed to fall asleep midway even with DeNiro and Pacino which just about sums up what this viewer thinks about this movie. I get ill when I think of the potential this team would have been capable of with the right script and director. I guess $15 million is $15 million...
This morning I watched a 1947 western titled "Cheyenne" in which the stagecoach robber (aka The Poet) also leaves a poem at the scene of the crime, in this case, inside the empty strong box.
Could these bad guys be distant relatives? Or better yet, could the script writers be distant relatives? Or is this just a simple case of Hollywood recycling and modernizing a script by borrowing ideas from the past? I guess I'm just watching too many movies. Can anyone suggest a good book?