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PostSun Aug 05, 2012 11:56 pm » by Troll2rocks


Two guys, one good, one bad, a love interest. A car chase. A shoot out and a fist fight. Good guy wins.

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PostSun Aug 05, 2012 11:58 pm » by Evildweeb


Could ya be just a little more vague?

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Hafta give that one some beer-filled concentration buddy.


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PostMon Aug 06, 2012 12:01 am » by X-mog


Deathrace?

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PostMon Aug 06, 2012 12:04 am » by Troll2rocks


It also has the bad guy saying wise cracks when he kills someone.

C'mon guys help ?
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PostMon Aug 06, 2012 12:06 am » by Lucidlemondrop


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PostMon Aug 06, 2012 12:07 am » by *WillEase*


Evildweeb wrote:Could ya be just a little more vague?

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I was thinking the same thing. At least Troll is not likely to disappear like the OP from this thread...
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PostMon Aug 06, 2012 12:18 am » by Evildweeb


Can you remember one actor's name in the film or which character they played?

This would help a smidgen.

I'm pretty damn good with film archives. :flop:


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PostMon Aug 06, 2012 12:27 am » by Lowsix


Troll2rocks wrote:Two guys, one good, one bad, a love interest. A car chase. A shoot out and a fist fight. Good guy wins.

Please help ?


Ah yes, I remember that one.

I believe it is called "The Timewasters".

However, you are incorrect. The good guy doesn't win.


Everyone loses.

:twisted:

Theres another really good one i heard about.

Its called the "Snipehunter".

The fault-riddled protagonist, who is basically a good guy,
is intrigued by the intricacies and peculiarities of the hunt.
Think... "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy"...

His hard work and dedication becomes overshadowed by the misdirects, lies and deceit
inherent in rooting the agency of its enemies. From without...and within.
The audience is left to wonder if he has been chasing demons too long..
Or whether he is the only one who sees how deep and dark the plot has become..
Prophets are almost always madmen. Our hero is both.

Nobody knows who the good guys and the bad guys are.
Quite a thriller ya know.

The Protagonist's foil is a handler who is doing his best to stay on the straight and narrow.
But has cracked due to the pressure of the job.
The audience is left to wonder if the handler will ever recognize the gravity of his betrayal.
Rumors have been spread among the young, and inexperienced spies..
leading to suspicion, and mistrust of the hero..

So when the betrayal comes, no one will question the outcome.
Or their individual actions...or inactions. Or overzeal.

The movie opens deftly with the protagonist predicting that, in the end,
The handler will turn on him.
He eventually does.

The other spies stand idly by watching...in the end.
They do nothing to defend the protagonist.
Although they all know, deep inside..his sight was the clearest of them all.

The ending credits roll, with each spy, walking by the protagonists bleeding body.
And each takes one shot into his shuddering, gasping body.

The newest spy, reaches down, and removes a dossier from the dying hero..
They will continue his hunt, even after betraying and killing him.
And they will use his ghost protocols to guide their pursuit after his death..
The irony and surrealism of the Heroes final moments are heightened
by a screeching jazz score by Miles Davis.. Overhead a crow caws his judgment.
As snow begins to fall...covering the ghastly scene, with the purest white.
More symbolism.

The last we see of our hero...he is mouthing the word "why"..to his handler who looks away ...in shame..
This is the movies "et tu Brute?" moment..

The last frame of the movie shows three characters who have been deceitfully cast as good guys,
smirking, and smiling behind the group as each spy takes his shot on the dying hero.

Their ruse appears to have gone unnoticed.

Hinting at a sequel.

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PostMon Aug 06, 2012 12:33 am » by Fatdogmendoza


Lowsix wrote:
Troll2rocks wrote:Two guys, one good, one bad, a love interest. A car chase. A shoot out and a fist fight. Good guy wins.

Please help ?


Ah yes, I remember that one.

I believe it is called "The Timewasters".

However, you are incorrect. The good guy doesn't win.


Everyone loses.

:twisted:

Theres another really good one i heard about.

Its called the "Snipehunter".

The fault-riddled protagonist, who is basically a good guy,
is intrigued by the intricacies and peculiarities of the hunt.
Think... "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy"...

His hard work and dedication becomes overshadowed by the misdirects, lies and deceit
inherent in rooting the agency of its enemies. From without...and within.
The audience is left to wonder if he has been chasing demons too long..
Or whether he is the only one who sees how deep and dark the plot has become..
Prophets are almost always madmen. Our hero is both.

Nobody knows who the good guys and the bad guys are.
Quite a thriller ya know.

The Protagonist's foil is a handler who is doing his best to stay on the straight and narrow.
But has cracked due to the pressure of the job.
The audience is left to wonder if the handler will ever recognize the gravity of his betrayal.
Rumors have been spread among the young, and inexperienced spies..
leading to suspicion, and mistrust of the hero..

So when the betrayal comes, no one will question the outcome.
Or their individual actions...or inactions. Or overzeal.

The movie opens deftly with the protagonist predicting that, in the end,
The handler will turn on him.
He eventually does.

The other spies stand idly by watching...in the end.
They do nothing to defend the protagonist.
Although they all know, deep inside..his sight was the clearest of them all.

The ending credits roll, with each spy, walking by the protagonists bleeding body.
And each takes one shot into his shuddering, gasping body.

The newest spy, reaches down, and removes a dossier from the dying hero..
They will continue his hunt, even after betraying and killing him.
And they will use his ghost protocols to guide their pursuit after his death..
The irony and surrealism of the Heroes final moments are heightened
by a screeching jazz score by Miles Davis.. Overhead a crow caws his judgment.
As snow begins to fall...covering the ghastly scene, with the purest white.
More symbolism.

The last we see of our hero...he is mouthing the word "why"..to his handler who looks away ...in shame..
This is the movies "et tu Brute?" moment..

The last frame of the movie shows three characters who have been deceitfully cast as good guys,
smirking, and smiling behind the group as each spy takes his shot on the dying hero.

Their ruse appears to have gone unnoticed.

Hinting at a sequel.

:twisted:


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PostMon Aug 06, 2012 12:35 am » by domdabears


Is it an American movie?

80's? 90's? What decade?
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