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“Guys, I wouldn’t go up there. It’s really narrow” – In Bruges (2008)


“Guys, I wouldn’t go up there. It’s really narrow” – In Bruges (2008)




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26 Comments

  • GDogg69

    I literally rewatched this last night. Great movie. Really enjoyed it again. “Maybe if I grew up on a farm and was retarded, Bruge would impress me. But I didn’t, so it doesn’t.”

  • Dr_Wristy

    If you visit Brugge (I definitely recommend you do) you can stay in the same hotel and room they filmed some scenes in. They don’t advertise it at all and the room is really cool in it’s own right, with windows that open directly over the canal turnabout below.

  • B8conB8conB8con

    The bluntness and logic of it is brilliant. It reminds me of the horse waiting for the elevator scene in The Commitments

    “You’re not taking that horse in there are you”?

    “I have to, the stairs will kill him”

  • CKJ1109

    You’re a cunt now and you’ve always been a cunt. And the only thing that’s going to change is that you’re going to be an even bigger cunt. Maybe have some more cunt kids.

  • emeraldmerchant

    I genuinely thought his accent sounded like a Welsh person trying to do an American accent. Might pass overseas but, I’m Canadian and this doesn’t sound like any American accent I’m aware of.

  • hlmtre

    I found this movie so touching, actually. Ray’s so torn up, *so* torn up, with guilt, and Colin Farrell turned in such good acting for this. Great split between comic absurdity and Shakespearean tragedy, and often in split seconds.

  • IM_AN_AI_AMA

    That first frame is beautiful. They walk right up to him, all in his shit. He’s immediately put off by the invasion of his personal space.

    It’s like the unstoppable force of his need to be alone meets the immovable object of their ignorance and cluelessness.

    Pure cinematic magic.

  • MarkedFynn

    One day I looked up who directed this movie and then I found out that he was one of my favorite directors.

    – in bruges
    – seven psychopaths
    – three bilboards

    Not only are they well written. But he draws some of the best performances out of actors.

    He does choose good actors but he obviously knows how to get most of them. Frances McDormand is an amazing actress already but I think she has some of the best scenes in Three Billboards.

    Every charcter in his movie has something likeble.
    Even that guy who sells the tickets in ‘in bruges’.

    Entry is 5 euro.

  • kchoze

    I used not to be impressed with Colin Farrell’s acting… then I learned he played the Penguin in the last Batman movie, which I had not guessed at all while watching it, not just because of the fat suit, and I got to say, it gave me a whole new appreciation of his acting range.

  • C0M3D14N

    Just rewatched this movie a day or two ago because my girlfriend had never seen it.

    “You’re an inanimate fucking object ” always has me rolling!

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