Angels + Demons + Opie Oh My!
NOTE, THIS IS A POSSIBLE SPOILER WARNING,
THIS DEALS WITH A FILM
THAT’S NOW IN WIDE RELEASE.
L. Ron Howard, Opie-ate of the masses once again proves to be a “keep it in the family guy” again, or at least he’s half way there.
We don’t see all that much of his dad, Rance
At least not for the first 2 acts, and even then, only as back ground cameo.
But it’s in the final act where pops hits his stride, and he even gets to speak and get a few decent (medium) close up shots, although not with Tom Hanks.
But, what’s happened to Ron’s baby bro Clint?
Are we to believe that even as the director, Ronnie couldn’t pull strings to work in one of those “nerdy guy that’s watching the computer screen in the background” sort of parts for his brother like we often see him in?
The only other audience alert note for the very well done pic is, this film has the slowest moving bullet ever fired in a film.
Again, not to be a nit-picker, but you could use a sun dial to time the eons it takes for the bullets fired by Tom Hanks to hit a bulletproof glass window.
I’ve heard faster ballistic echoes in a ping pong game.
This is not the bulletproof glass in question.
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