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alegredelaplata @Regrann from @eddasar - Hayatı kendi istediği gibi mi gitmiştir, şu herşey yolunda mıdır bilemem ama #mickeyrourke benim aşık olduğum sayılı film karakterlerinden biridir. 1980'lerin filmi olan #9buçukhafta ile tanıdım, sevdim onu. o zamanlar oldukça harikaymış ama simdiki halini asla gormek istemem yalan yok! bir adam bu kadar mı masum ve etkileyici baka bilir? #9buçukhafta #9andahalfweeks #loveit#quebuenapeli :) 4h

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arnolddanielian Watch this in theaters when it comes out if you love action movies! My buddy Luke Goss is in it! #warpigs #lukegoss #mickeyrourke #dolphlundgren #ryankelley #chuckliddell #noahsegan #angiepapanikolas #action #movie #ww2 #war 8h

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livinlavidalovatic 80siconsworld on #Tumblr made me this! I love it and Mickey Rourke was so fine 🏽 #mickeyrourke #love #instalove #handsome #perfect #follow #her #80s 10h

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all.greasers.welcome I always thought in rumble fish Rusty-James was 17 or 18, same with Patty, and I thought the Motorcycle Boy was like 21 or a little over then I read it and find out they're 14 and 17... matt dillon and mickey rourke don't look THAT young at that point. and I find it creepy how I actually understand most of what the motorcycle boy says
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natewatchescoolmovies Jonas Ackerlund's SPUN leaves you feeling dirty, breathless, scuzzy, and like you've just watched a parade of every single facet of Chrystal meth addiction unfold in front of you like a horrible carnival of lost souls and ruined lives. It's a hard flick to sit through, but there's a brutal poetry and gutter stained beauty to the characters lives, and the events that unfold are a nonsensical, dizzying merry go around of calamity, confusion and speed addled insanity. It's my personal favourite film of about drug addiction ever made. Jason Schwartzman plays Ross, whose mission in life is to score the next hit. After a delirious opening sequence set to a calming rendition of Number Of The Beast, he arrives at the home of Spider Mike. John Leguizamo has never had a shortage of energy, and here he lets the ripcord fly off the handle, handling his role like a squirrel stuck in a vat of distiller caffeine, bouncing off every wall in sight and chewing the scenery like a plastic straw. Mena Suvari plays his equally addicted girlfriend Cookie. Brittney Murphy bring surprising depth to her role as a girl who Ross strikes a friendship with. The two of them eventually find their way to the house of The Cook, played by Mickey Rourke. From there the film heads down a scum encrusted rabbit hole of nonsensical run ins, hapless failures and an eventual rock bottom inevitability where every character finds themselves at a place where if they go any further with their lifestyle, there's no return. Rourke finds the emotional anchor in an otherwise manic roster, and even though he's off the wall for much of the film, he has a monologue in the eleventh hour that grounds his role in tragic regret. Very underrated performance from him. Murphy balances the ditsy slut aspects with a maternal yearning for something better than the road she went down. There's a whole rats nest of other assorted characters and cameos running around, from Peter Stormare's aggressive, hilarious narc, to Patrick Fugit's grotesque Frisbee, to Debbie Harry is from Blondie fame as a nosy feminazi. Even Eric Roberts shows up for a brief reunion with Rourke. The film has a heavily stylized, go for broke attitude. 1d

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natewatchescoolmovies Few horror efforts from the 80's and 90's have the devilish nightmare ambience of Alan Parker's Angel Heart. The film is pure atmospheric brilliance from beginning to end, with a twisted, dark hearted story of evil deeds, demonic secrets and a shocker of a twist ending. Mickey Rourke plays Harry Angel, a hard luck private investigator in late 40's New York. He is visited by a mysterious, disconcerting gentleman named Louis Cyphre, played with restrained menace and mirth by Robert De Niro. He's only around for a handful of scenes but every time he shows up he coats the scenes in a terrifying black velvet sheen of unsettling discomfort. He hires Harry to locate an elusive crooner named Johnny Favourite, who has gone missing, still owing Louis some vague debt. This enterprise sends Harry on a hellish journey from the dirty brick labyrinth of Harlem far across the country to the eerie, sweat drenched, voodoo stained swamps of New Orleans in search of Johnny, who always seems to be one step ahead of our gumshoe hero. Soon bodies begin to pile up, murdered in blood chilling occult fashion, with clues that begin to frame Harry, and as a net of secrets, carnage and supernatural stirrings closes in on him, he races to find the truth before he ends up another victim. Charlotte Rampling is great as a woman with ties to the case, and Bill Cosby's daughter Lisa Bonet shows up in a sizzling turn as a sultry siren of the bayous who entrances our Harry. In fact, the sex scene between them was originally banned from the final cut for its raw, wet primal intensity, but has been restored in the special edition dvd. This is a huge highlight of Rourke's career. He plays Harry with an edgy, desperate frenzy of virile survival instinct and terrified confusion. Although the film deals with some truly ugly elements, it's nothing short of gorgeous to look at, the locations painstakingly recreated and the costumes and props have a well worn, lived in feel that makes them all the more believable. The real star of this piece though, is the atmosphere. There's a palpable sense of dread that hangs in the air along with the perpetual haze of booze and cigarette smoke. There's a sense of inevit 1d

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