Warrior, 2011

The devil you know…

…is better than the devil you don’t.

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Where were you when it mattered?

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Top 50 Movies (of all time) 13. Warrior 
→ “You’re trying? Now? Where were you when it mattered? I needed this guy back when I was a kid. I don’t need you now. It’s too late now. Everything’s already happened. You and Brendan don’t seem to understand that. Let me explain something to you: the only thing I have in common with Brendan Conlon is that we have absolutely no use for you.”

Top 50 Movies (of all time) 
13. Warrior 

→ “You’re trying? Now? Where were you when it mattered? I needed this guy back when I was a kid. I don’t need you now. It’s too late now. Everything’s already happened. You and Brendan don’t seem to understand that. Let me explain something to you: the only thing I have in common with Brendan Conlon is that we have absolutely no use for you.”

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cheschirecat38:

You’re trying? Now? Where were you when it mattered? I needed this guy back when I was a kid. I don’t need you now. It’s too late now. Everything’s already happened. You and Brendan don’t seem to understand that. Let me explain something to you: the only thing I have in common with Brendan Conlon is that we have absolutely no use for you. 

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leroseavenger:

PREACH TOM!

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finnicking:

Films I Enjoyed in 2011: Warrior

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Films I Enjoyed in 2011: Warrior

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GQ: Down With the Oscars! The Real Best Movies of the Year

danielledarko:

Best Surefire Crowd-Pleaser That Wasn’t: Warrior

This one’s failure to ignite with the great American male public is a mystery to all of us here at your favorite magazine. So just remember how Fight Club didn’t do boffo business either before turning cult classic. Starring Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton as a modern-day Cain and Abel—not to mention Nick Nolte as their dad, a grim fraud midway between Adam and God—director Gavin O’Connor’s mixed-martial-arts lollapalooza was The Deer Hunter divided by Rocky and multiplied by East of Eden.

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Tom Hardy suggests why he belongs in the pantheon of hurting heartthrobs in both the underrated Warrior and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. In the former, let’s call out Joel Edgerton as Hardy’s estranged brother turned opponent and Nick Nolte as their guilt-ravaged father. In the latter, Gary Oldman as George Smiley holds his own against (although doesn’t replace) Alec Guinness, and Benedict Cumberbatch — he of the cool name and odd but likable physiognomy — is terrific as Smiley’s second-in-command (one of many of the film’s closeted gays)."
— David Edelstein’s Favorite Performances From 2011

(Source: New York Magazine)

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jellysoap:


The casino scene, in particular, is heartbreaking. Tell me about that and tell me about the scene that immediately follows it.  They were shot very close together. We shot the one where Tom [Hardy]  throws the coins at me in the casino first. I can tell you how the crew  reacted: They got very nervous about it. I could feel them around me not  wanting to watch that scene. We only needed a few takes because Tommy  just really went at it. And it made people uncomfortable. It’s hard to  watch that scene. I couldn’t watch it, you know. And then, you kind of  revisit all those emotions when you see the film again, and it brought  tears. And then the drunk scene upstairs, we didn’t say specifically  what Tommy was going to do. He was just going to find me ranting and  raving over Moby Dick. So we ad-libbed a lot of it. It was  written, but we took off. It was Tommy’s decision to pull me up on top  of the bed and hold me like that.
Source: Entertainment Weekly

LET ME LOVE YOU, TOM HARDY.

jellysoap:

The casino scene, in particular, is heartbreaking. Tell me about that and tell me about the scene that immediately follows it.
They were shot very close together. We shot the one where Tom [Hardy] throws the coins at me in the casino first. I can tell you how the crew reacted: They got very nervous about it. I could feel them around me not wanting to watch that scene. We only needed a few takes because Tommy just really went at it. And it made people uncomfortable. It’s hard to watch that scene. I couldn’t watch it, you know. And then, you kind of revisit all those emotions when you see the film again, and it brought tears. And then the drunk scene upstairs, we didn’t say specifically what Tommy was going to do. He was just going to find me ranting and raving over Moby Dick. So we ad-libbed a lot of it. It was written, but we took off. It was Tommy’s decision to pull me up on top of the bed and hold me like that.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

LET ME LOVE YOU, TOM HARDY.

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tomhardyspinky:

“Warrior” dvd deleted scene..!

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