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When I first got wind of this, I wasn't on board; however, the way he answers the question makes it sound less like a remake of the '61 classic and more like a re-telling of the famous broadway musical, which I don't have a problem with. I'm now hoping this comes to fruition, but quick.
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It's flying pretty low under the radar, but I predict Adams could be vying for a potential Lead Actress nom with her performance in this one.
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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.