It could have been, just struck me as strange that with so many women on board Prometheus, including Vickers, that it wasn't set up for women. Also by 'dissappear' I mean for the remainder of the scene, not the whole film.
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A strangely compelling movie about a stunt driver/getaway driver (Ryan Gosling) who develops a relationship with the woman next door, whose husband is in prison. When he gets out of prison, bad things start happening, and the Driver steps in to try to help her.
This movie is remarkably subdued, light on action, but that makes it more effective when it happens (there's a scene with a claw-hammer that made me cringe). Gosling is an impressive presence, even though he has very, very little dialogue.
Two other points:
1) The soundtrack is awesome.
2) If you suspect a stunt driver is out to get you, don't drive on a coastal highway after dark.
Perhaps a detailed discussion of Prometheus could be taken to a dedicated thread, rather than clog this one up with long "spoiler response" conversations.
Especially as Prometheus doesn't open here until tomorrow
Three things that maybe you can help me with:
1. How did the Girl and Ryan actually fall in love, they never seemed to speak. or look at each other; or touch, or anything.
2. Why did he wear a mask to go after Nico?
3. How did the Driver survive the final exchange?
I like the fact that the "Other guy" in the triangle wasn't a D-bag.
I didn't listen closely to the lyrics of the music. I should really have known better, considering the masterful use of the "basketball game on the radio" earlier in the movie.
The "Love" angle makes sense.
"Humanity's Insignificance pales in comparison to its Ego." (Sir Rumplestiltskin)
"The capacity to think does not assign importance to your thoughts, it merely indicates you can." (Sir Rumplestiltskin)
Just saw Prometheus, and I thought it was good. Though there was one thing I didn't understand.
Necromancers have one redeeming characteristic: They are great believers in recycling!
Dummy see, dummy do.
Tyranid Codex conservative revisionOriginally Posted by Starchild