Here is the official, just released poster for Righteous Kill...and I'm not exactly sure what else to say. "Everbody respects the gun" says the tag line. But apparently, not everyone respects proper lighting. I love Raging Bull and The Godfather as much as the next guy. But the harsh overhead glare and the close-up on our heroes does no one, especially them, any favors. Back in 1995, Michael Mann did an excellent job of highlighting the strengths of this power duo with his epic cop thriller Heat. And the studio marketing team came up with a fine poster to match, featuring stylized shots of both actors and Val Kilmer, framed in a blue, smoky hue, with a scene from the movie in the lower frame. Here, I hate to say it, but the poster just looks tired...it's Grumpier Old Men with guns. I'm still going to see it, and I'll be hoping for the best, but I don't know, what do you all think?
Two screen legends together again. How can you not be looking forward to this?. People criticize their appearance, Trash them for being old. They're two of the greatest actors working today. And have proved themsleves time and time again. Show a little respect. They've paved the way for the greats we have today.
Holy ****, movies.com is back with a fan forum. Anyone else pissed it was down for like two months? It's kind of wierd but in a good way, I guess. Aye, is there like an actual fan forum, cause I don't see anything with like threads and forums. But anyway, a poster has nothing to do with the decency of a film, I for one like the poster, but you can't change the fact that they're getting old. Cannot wait to see the flick.
All I can say is, "Time has not been kind to Mr. Pacino and Mr. DeNiro."
How the mighty have fallen. Instead of releasing this movie, from the same guy who directed Inspector Gadget, I suggest a re-release double feature of Taxi Driver & Scarface.
this is scary stuff...just in time for father's day...can you believe these old guys were once chick-magnets? Based on this poster, i thought that RIGHTEOUS KILL was a plea for euthanasia, or a rest home movie like those Oscar-bait flicks, THE SAVAGES or AWAY FROM HER...
In light of that recent L.A. Times column in which Patrick Goldstein trashed the respective recent careers of De Niro and Pacino, all that's missing are the dialogue bubbles:
"I'm going to pummel that putz Patrick Goldstein."
"No, please, leave that to me."
I'm just glad the names match up with the actors. Often they do not, for the sake of "top billing' order.
poster is interesting i guess...nothing special and the lighting is really dumb...its an eye sore if you ask me
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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