|Originally posted by Digital Howie|
I'm quite interested in seeing this when it comes out on disc.
|Originally posted by RBO|
Tour deForce or not, the movie will more than likely become reduced to just another device used in the debate against the death penalty by those who only get their "facts" from hollywood. I suspect that is the subconcious, if not concious, reason behind Ebert's gushing.
|Originally posted by Phat Phreddy|
Saw it for sale in town today... Didn't have time to check but I think it was a DVD5 and as such I doubt I will pick it up locally, may take the laptop down and see if the bitrate looks like it is recompressed of if the source and AC3 was
|Originally posted by max99|
Your saying the only reason (or the main reason) Ebert liked the movie and Theron's performance is to forward the anti-death penalty movement??? How did you arrive at that? Do you have anything to back that up?
|What should be obvious to anyone, is that the purpose of making a movie like "Monster" is not for any entertainment value, but rather to promote a political point of view. My comment above was just about that. Others here have made comments that I believe proves my point.|