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No different from the first poster, which I wasn't much thrilled about either.
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F*cking awesome. I would love to see Keaton take home the Oscar for his work on this one.
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@ObiWanShinobi @CoreyB Lol!

In all seriousness, it ranks at or near the bottom of Nolan's catalog, in my opinion. TDK, Begins, Inception, Memento, Prestige, and Following were all better, more complete films, in my opinion. RT/IMDB scores and box office numbers mean next to nothing as it pertains to a film's critical success.
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For what it's worth, I thought Rises was pretty lame myself.
@john-m Nice list, man. I would have to have Double Indemnity and The Lost Weekend somewhere in my top-10, but a great list, nonetheless.
@ObiWanShinobi Lol. Good question.
Looks pretty good. I'm more interested in learning what Nolan's sudden affinity is for catastrophes at ball games...
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Oh, wow. I never realized the similarities. This has Oscar written all over it for Foxx. If there's one thing Winter succeeded in doing with The Wolf of Wall Street, it was pushing the envelope. Couple that with Tyson's own manager shepherding the project, and I've no doubt it'll pack enough punch to garner some serious praise and attention from critics.