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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Great Series of Movies

    Hannibal was a really good movie. I just saw it on DVD the other day and it was even better then i remembered (maybe thats because this time i knew when to close my eyes). There was a lot more blood then in silence of the lambs, and that last scene was really freaky. This is a really good movie if u like gore, but i think that silence was better because of the psychological interplay between hopkins and foster. I'm hoping the chemistry between Ed Norton and Hopkins will be just as good in the Red Dragon (the pre-quel coming out soon). You just gotta love anthony hopkins as Hannibal ''the Cannibal'' Lecter, he is just so good at being bad.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Was footage removed from the DVD?

    First, I will admit this movie is one of the best to hit the screen in quite awhile. From the beauty and majesty of the cinematography to the climactic ending, each aspect of the film was spectacular. The one thing I am curious about is the absence of some footage from the lobotomy scene. If I remember correctly, the film I viewed in the theater contained extra footage of Hannibal actually cutting away the frontal lobe. Am I going insane? Did I imagine this scene? Where did it go? Is this or is it not the ¿Director¿s Cut?¿

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    Posted March 13, 2009

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