Daniel and Weeman's Movie Commentaries

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First of all... I beg for your forgiveness, please do not judge me, or Weeman, for this thread.

Basically, this thread is what the title says it is, hopefully me and Weeman can provide you with some entertaining thoughts on some entertaining films.


Con Air (Simon West, 1997) - Daniel's Thoughts | Weeman's Thoughts | Miss Vicky's Thoughts


The first film is...

Con Air

I managed to get this film in 100th place on the nineties list thanks to the 23 points I gave it, I know Weeman loves it and we also have Miss Vicky joining us in tonight's commentary.

Post when you guys are ready, I say we started when the time reaches ##:35

"Money won is twice as sweet as money earned."

BTW, the site requires you to wait at least 20 seconds between posts, so you might find your thoughts getting constipated or it might seem like people are a little behind in the movie when they're not really. It can be a little frustrating.

The Brave Little Weeman Returns!
Welcome to this delightful thread which will be filled with insightful, and meaningful observations about film. Or maybe not. As Daniel says, tonight we deal with Con Air.

Yes. Con Air.
"This aggression will not stand, man" -The Big Lebowski


Setsuko Hara is my co-pilot
So, the post race begins.
so when will we be free perpetual virgins without memory and who don't speak in search of her who on the sidewalks alternating at each train on the trains the bistros on the road the crowd of all the capitals of Europe and of the towns at dawn behind a girl alone in the waiting room i throw a rock into the pond the stories spiral out upside-down towards the sex i will recapitulate love in the real order of the circles my little girl

The Brave Little Weeman Returns!
Cameron Poe has a fantastic "Southern" accent. And he's a lovely bloke. And he's Nicolas Cage.

I love how 'important' they try to make Cameron Poe seem. What a hero.
Yeh, I almost forgot that this whole opening scene actually exists. The love story between Poe, his wife and his daughter I have always seemed as pretty unimportant, it's the driving force behind Cage's character's motivations, but lets me honest, who actually cares for it? It's just a platform for the real entertainment that takes place, but if a pink bunny for your daughter isn't a good excuse for an awesome action film, I don't know what is.

The Brave Little Weeman Returns!
She looks too young to be involved with Nicolas Cage.

The Brave Little Weeman Returns!
And now they get in the car, seemingly miles away from the bar?