Clark Duke and Brad William Henke both appeared on "The Office". See more »
In Chapter 2, set in 1985, Froggy takes delivery of bootleg cassette tapes at his shop. One of the shelves is full of DVDs, which didn't become widely-available in the US until 1997 - the year in which one of the DVDs on the shelves, Dante's Peak, was first released in cinemas. See more »
Sandra Bullock is the happiest she's ever been. She views her divorce and its fall out as a blessing and something she grew from.
I'm sorry, but those magazines are the canary in the coal mine of Western civilization.
Stop it. They're fun.
It's materialism run rampant. All that celebrity worship and trash culture. It's drivin' everybody crazy and they don't even realize it.
Keep talking, Professor.
What do you think all these zombie movies and post-apocalyptic stories are about the last few years?
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Like some guy here in the comments I saw this movie without knowing that was Duke's debut and this was a good surprise when I saw it, He showed some maturity that I wasn't expecting from him.
Of curse it's not a Tarantino's movie, but he showed talent.
Sometimes the movie is slow, but it's tense. I think it's more like a "No country for old man" than "Pulp Fiction" (not getting close to any of these)
But if you want to see a good movie, enjoyable and good acting (Vaungh and Malkovich) this is one of them.
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