would have been without Gosling too...
The trailer can be sufficient for you since there is only atmosphere and visuals in there and quite nothing more in the film. Subjectively speaking i loved it, found it the closest to Valhala Rising in his filmography, but i can admit his flaws objectively. Don't expect a true vengeance movie with awesome plot of revenge. Anyway it would have been better in his genre with a more charismatic muay thai ex-champion
Holy shit, Refn comes with THIS after Drive? No subtlety whatsoever, overly symbolic, super dramatic music and violence without any purpose. I'm trying hard to find something positive but...it...is...impossible...
I love Refn, but nothing he does for the remainder of his career will ever touch Valhalla Rising.
aww shucks... reading that Smith is back behind the camera puts a grin on my ugly mug.
"I thought it could be interesting to make a western in Asia, which essentially what Only God Forgives is I guess...about a police lieutenant in Thailand who believes he's God and an american who's looking for religion to believe in and he's a gangster and a lot of mayhem and violence and chaos happens."
I hope the GoslingxRefn duo and FassbenderxMcqueen duo stay alive longer than BurtonxDepp.
Gosling said it was "the strangest thing I've ever read and it's only going to get stranger." That just makes me so excited. To some that would turn them off but to me that just makes me even more excited. It's going to be extraordinary