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RE: Equilibrium - 31/8/2012 11:24:53 PM   


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ORIGINAL: Castor Troy

I'm not sure if you got this, but I didn't mean I wouldn't enjoy Bean in the other role because Taye Diggs was so good, but because Diggs' character was a twat.

The thing that annoys me about his character is that he clearly shows emotion when capturing Preston.

That scene was emotionally strong despite my guilt over the fact I found it unintentionally funny (I regret everything).

Which begs the question, why didn't Preston exploit the chance by seeing his partner was showing feelings by not taking the drug? He's just lying on the ground crying his eyes out, Brandt comes over grinning like a cheetah but nobody thinks to condemn him. Is everyone just against Preston?

I've always wanted to know what Prozium specifically does to your mind and body - I know it suppresses emotions, but does it control how people think? Can people still have their own thoughts when taking the drug?


'Why would I make a movie for someone I wouldn't want to hang out with? Have you ever met a critic who you wanted to party with? I haven't.' - Kurt Wimmer, on the poor critical reception of his film Equilibrium.

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