Finally I did it, thanks for reminding me
It is a definitely movie of the highest class, no wonder we have a class at Portland State on Scorsese (Director). It's the best movie that suits our post modern generation with our attention deficit, absence of absolutes, and strong focus on own individuality. You can see the movie from all diferent angles, from philosophical-psychoanalytical :bangin: to primitive focusing on the action part. :rocketwhore:
It would be nicer if the language was more "including", but than I guess it would be less realistic.
Comparing to The Good Shepherd, it's definitely a better movie. the GS is just too long, and it seems that De Niro concept of the movie would be the best in 80 or 90 but in our days you can't have long scenes and develop a character in a linear form. It's not that simple anymore. :cavt-126-asard: