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    Nightmare Alley (Guillermo Del Toro)



    Having just watched the original, this looks very faithful to it, but obviously in a grandiose 2021 budget. Which isn't a bad thing. Quite excited for it now, moreso than before.

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    Looks pretty, with a good cast. I've never loved a Del Toro movie and seriously doubt this will be the first.

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    dummy me didn't realize this was a remake of the '47 picture.

    more interested now.

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    Quote Quoting Idioteque Stalker (view post)
    Looks pretty, with a good cast. I've never loved a Del Toro movie and seriously doubt this will be the first.
    to me, he's the neil gaiman of cinema --- big ideas and great visuals tickle the imagination, but his beat for beat storytelling is weak

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    Quote Quoting Irish (view post)
    dummy me didn't realize this was a remake of the '47 picture.

    more interested now.
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    Still waiting for At the Mountains of Madness....

    This looks great with a top-notch cast! I love the original but don't mind a remake.
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