Stan & Ollie Movie!

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Herb Roflcopter
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Stan & Ollie Movie!

Post by Herb Roflcopter » Wed Oct 10, 2018 12:02 am

I was always a big Laurel & Hardy fan, and I just heard about this biopic coming out:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qw-xrSQ7gkk

If you're as familiar with them as I am, you'll be astounded by the trailer. Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly look AMAZING as "the Boys."

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Re: Stan & Ollie Movie!

Post by n11pilot » Wed Oct 10, 2018 11:48 am

They do look amazing, especially John C Reilly.

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Re: Stan & Ollie Movie!

Post by Cousi » Fri Oct 12, 2018 2:06 pm

I had heard some pre-production rumors about this some time ago. I'm glad to see it's actually happening.

I do have to say that John C Reilly is very hit-or-miss with me. He impressed the hell out of me in Chicago but then Dewey Cox was very 'meh' and since I am not a Will Ferrell fan I do not think anything of their collaborations. I think given the right role, he can really shine but he also likes doing stupid comedies. This looks like the former to me. Hopes are cautiously high.

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Re: Stan & Ollie Movie!

Post by Herb Roflcopter » Sat Oct 13, 2018 12:08 am

Cousi wrote:
Fri Oct 12, 2018 2:06 pm
I had heard some pre-production rumors about this some time ago. I'm glad to see it's actually happening.

I do have to say that John C Reilly is very hit-or-miss with me. He impressed the hell out of me in Chicago but then Dewey Cox was very 'meh' and since I am not a Will Ferrell fan I do not think anything of their collaborations. I think given the right role, he can really shine but he also likes doing stupid comedies. This looks like the former to me. Hopes are cautiously high.
I tend to skip the comedies he does, aside from Wreck-It Ralph (which my daughter and I enjoyed, which is saying something, because we usually prefer Pixar over everything) and the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie (his screen time is only about 5 minutes anyway.)

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