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“The practical stunt work and effects showed off a whole new scale of action filmmaking, and it remains an excellent plea for world peace wrapped in a pulse-pounding chase thriller.”
“With each successive chapter in this pulse-pounding series, the stakes increase.”
“Tried erasing the pulse-pounding memory of his kiss from her mind.”
“To each their own; those in my camp have reason to celebrate though, as the home video offering brings a fantastic hi-def transfer and a pulse-pounding audio track, one of the year's best.”
“Sons creator Kurt Sutter --who derived inspiration from his key role in the pulse-pounding FX series The Shield -- got acquainted with Thiele's talents in 2004, when Thiele produced music for Sutter's wife Katey Sagal, who also happens to be the Golden Globe-winning co-star of Sons.”
“The scariest thing about Rick Perry's campaign isn't just that he's probably going to be the Republican nominee, it's that he's displayed an unapologetic exuberance for telling supercolossal lies, most recently in the form of a pulse-pounding, face-melting, cinematic commercial.”
“As illustration, that match is played against well-directed scenes of violence: a car bomb, a pipe-bomb retaliation, a pulse-pounding car chase.”
“It's '70s flashback time on the Cinefantastique Podcast, as Dan Persons, Lawrence French, and Steve Biodrowski gaze in wonder at the Technicolor extravagance of Suspiria (1977), Dario Argento's pulse-pounding cult classic of supernatural horror, starring Jessica Harper, Joan Bennett, and Alida Valli.”
“Manhunt" demonstrates a pleasurable truth about well-crafted nonfiction: Real, pulse-pounding suspense can be extracted even from stories that we think we already know.”
“Mr. Wright worked closely with the Brothers to match their pulse-pounding techno and quieter, more emotional beats to underscore the dark, fairy-tale nature of "Hanna.”
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