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SPB: What's your favorite movie sequel?

Gypsy Eyes: I'd have to say my favorite movie sequel is "2046" by Wong Kar Wai. It's the second in a trilogy of films, the first being "In The Mood For Love" and the third being "Days of Being Wild." The film is about a science fiction author struggling to write his latest book after losing the woman he loves. However, the story is so much deeper than the synopsis. The writing is great, Tony Leung and Ziyi Zang are amazing as always, and cinematography and set design create two hours worth of eye candy. It's easily one of my favorite movies ever.

 

 

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Words by Eli Zeger on Dec. 6, 2014, 2:11 a.m.

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