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Old 14-04-2003, 09:56   #21
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I just got My Name Is Nobody from DVDoo, their damn cheap prices made me run in and buy an inferior version.

I have not seen it before, but if I like it I will get the R2.

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Damn, it's a good flick but I doubt you'd buy it twice. The humour and slapstick works ok but sometimes clashed with the more sombre Fonda performance. Great music by Morricone and a classic opening 'shaving' scene!
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I love the scene in the graveyard between Nobody and Jack. When Jack reacts to one of the names (no spoilers) and Morricone's music kicks in with that stacatto guitar - heaven!
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