After a nice month-long vacation, FORCED PERSPECTIVE is back with a BANG!
South Boston cop Billy Costigan (Leonardo DiCaprio) goes under cover to infiltrate the organization of gangland chief Frank Costello (Jack Nicholson). As Billy gains the mobster’s trust, a career criminal named Colin Sullivan (Matt Damon) infiltrates the police department and reports on its activities to his syndicate bosses. When both organizations learn they have a mole in their midst, Billy and Colin must figure out each other’s identities to save their own lives.
Avery unexpectedly goes into labor while she and Jack are at the G8 Summit in Canada. Now, in a race against time, Jack and Avery rush to get across the border before she gives birth to…*gasp*…a CANADIAN!
Alas, “True Grit Week” comes to an end with this – the FIFTH edition of The Epitome of Randomness. In this edition, I will be comparing BOTH the 1969 and 2010 versions of True Grit and finding out which one, in my opinion, is the superior film. Fair warning, though, THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOTH FILMS WITHIN THE CONFINES OF THIS COLUMN, so read on at your own risk (or if you just don’t give a shit about spoilers). So sit back, relax, and enjoy!
“True Grit Week” continues with my review of the brand-new 2010 version (currently playing in theaters) – starring Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon, Josh Brolin, Barry Pepper, and Hailee Steinfeld – directed by the Coen brothers.
Matt Damon tells a hilarious story about how he learned to talk funny for his character La Boeuf on the set of True Grit.
The teaser trailer for the Coen Brothers’ 2010 remake of True Grit.
The eagerly-anticipated LIVE 30 Rock is upon us! ANYTHING can happen on live TV….so did it? Let’s find out…