Originally Posted by Porkchopexpress
'Lawn Dogs' Sam Rockwell in outstanding form and Mischa Barton when she was a fantastic child actor of unlimited potential in a modern day fable of forgotten innocence and small town prejudice.
'Gone Baby Gone' Almost impossible to think this came from the same source as 'Shitter Island', Ben Affleck's treatment of the material, regional authenticity, perfect casting and gut wrenchingly ambiguous ending leaves the audience asking the final question. What would I do?
'The Thin Red Line', much less of a war film and more a poetic study into the nature of man contrasted against the beauty of Guadalcanal.
Great film and boy wasn't Shutter Island feckin dreadful. As obvious to me as the Sixth Sense.
I love Kevin Bacon and 2 films he did that are not really well known or mainstream are Stir of Echoes and Murder in the First (in which Christian Slater proves he can act. It is such a waste of talent all the crap films he is in.)