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  1. Ofcoursemyhorse

    Twisted Pair (2018)

    I was just thinking about I Am Here... Now and i'm torn on who would win. Cade may be a Hybrid Alien Intelligence but he appears to be an actual god in I Am Here... Now.
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    I Am Here... Now (2009)

    Bumping this because of Fateful Findings. This and Twisted Pair are tied for my favorite of all his movies, theres just so many great performances in this one. The kid who falls the bike, the enviromental activists/sex workers, every single one of the burnt down neighborhood mafia, and those are all on top of the masterclass performance from Breen.
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    Domestic Disturbance (2001)

    Its amazing how a doctor faking medical trials and then hiring his one armed fishing buddy to assassinate multiple people including an in his prime Harrison Ford is somehow less nonsensical than this reboot.
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    Major Payne (1995)

    This movie would have been much more enjoyable had David Lynch directed it.
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    Antitrust (2001)

    Thats almost the exact plot of The Net.
  6. I would really love to hear them try and break down the mechanics of how Pierce Brosnan hides his centaur body in a wheel chair.
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    Twisted Pair (2018)

    Has to be Cade, its the first character he felt so strongly about that he had to make a sequel. Also the last name Altair, and the the fact that calls himself hybrid a.i. intelligence makes me think that Neil Breen might be an Assassins Creed fan.
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    Major Payne (1995)

    Best joke this movie has is the scene where he's fantasizing about marrying the counselor and adopting a child who presumably already has parents, but can't help but then fantasize about ninjas attacking his party.
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    Twisted Pair (2018)

    I would give anything for him to try and pull of a Nutty Professor and have like eight different roles in one movie. Whats so remarkable to me about his movies is that each one despite how terrible they all are, show a marked improvement from the previous one. So much of Double Down is just Neil Breen climbing around on rocks and running around the desert. I Am Here...Now and Pass Thru are both incomprehensible but they also had more shooting locations and much more ambitious plots. Fateful Findings and Twisted Pair, are as incompetently made as anything he's done but they also manage to much more successfully tell a story. Like if Breen had an ounce of restraint Twisted Pair was as close as he's come to telling a cohesive story, but I can only imagine he just couldnt help himself and include the plot point that him and his twin were also hybrid A.I. demi-gods.
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    Domestic Disturbance (2001)

    Hadn't even heard about that. Very disappointing that Quibi was the platform they decided to launch on with tiny episodes rather than making it an hour long show. U.S. Marshals wasn't the best movie ever but I can almost guarantee its better than this is.
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    Twisted Pair (2018)

    Theres no way he hasn't compared this movie to the Avengers in casual conversation with people. It feels like he combined all of the professions he's had in all his previous movies into one character in this.
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    Domestic Disturbance (2001)

    John Mcafee's life story is essentially the real life equivalent of the caricature of Bill Gates in Anti-Trust. If they ever reboot The Fugitive franchise they should base it on his life.
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    Antitrust (2001)

    Given all the conspiracy theories around Bill Gates I cant help but think of this movie. It was advised on by Linux proponents who used it as a delightful opportunity to make him out to be an absolute maniac. The notion that he would have Tyler Labine who is a programmer in the movie to both commit murder and then stage the crime scenes is absolutely mental. It also makes digs that a company like Microsoft would never be able to have the level of talent required to accomplish what they were trying to do, which hilariously enough seems to be cloud computing. Which Microsoft only released four years after Apple's. Theres also a point where Ryan Phillipe hacks into their networks and finds camera footage of various murders that they are storing for what appears to be no other reason than to leave incriminating evidence for someone to find.
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    Domestic Disturbance (2001)

    I know its a common movie cliche but it hilarious how Vince Vaughn figured the best way to reinvent himself was to become one of the most high profile people in the town where he was trying to start over. Double Jeopardy has my favorite example of this where Bruce Greenwood fakes his own death/ disappearance twice before showing up in New Orleans and seems to become one of the most recognizable people in Louisiana.
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    Domestic Disturbance (2001)

    He's a great actor, his performance in the movie is easily one of the highlights despite how over the top it is. I'd forgotten how vaguely they described his crimes in the movie. They didnt make any mention of Vaughn or any of his associates as belonging to any kind of criminal organization. So they just seem like white collar criminals, and apparently Vaughn was acquitted but was still willing to commit murder to apparently avoid embarrassment? Its incredible how little effort the police put into investigating a claim of murder. Like even if the cop didn't want to do the work of having forensics go over the incinerator, he could have just done the bare minimum of doing a background check on Vaughn. He invented a new persona after he was acquitted so he wouldnt have had any information prior to his arrest which would be a major red flag. So the detectives in this movie come across as absurdly lazy morons.
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