I watched his movie DeadFall Saturday evening. I actually enjoyed it. I've been waiting for it to become available for awhile. It wasn't in the RedBox, so I had to wait. Not much you can do, especially when you don't go to video stores.I was going to talk about it sooner, but I figured I'd just wait a couple of days and kill two birds with one stone :)
As soon as this movie started I was all-WTH? It was crazy just to start with. Then as it went on and on it got crazier and crazier. I was hollerin' at the screen and pulling the blanket up over my face on this one. It had me a nervous wreck. Eric Bana is crazier than hell, Olivia Wilde is still as gorgeous as ever
Tonight I watched his movie The Ledge. I've been wanting to see it for awhile now, but haven't gotten the chance. It was released in 2011, but I couldn't find it anywhere. Finally, I found it. It was on NetFlix. In fact a couple of his movies are, even though the only tv show of his on there is SOA. I guess the fact that he got cast as Christian Grey in the film adaptation of FSOG has made him a little more in demand. I'm glad that I loved him before he snagged that role.
I liked this one even better than Deadfall. I don't know why I would compare the two since they're completely different, but you say tomato I say goldenblach. This one starts with Charlie standing on a ledge contemplating jumping, with Terrence Howard (who has alot of his own issues) trying to talk him down. Asking why he's doing all of this, Charlie starts to tell his story going back and forth between the past and present. While he's telling all of this, Terrence and him become kind of "bonded" and he starts telling Charlie what's happening with him.