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Domino (2005) Movie Information

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Tony Scott


Keira Knightley
Mickey Rourke
Edgar Ramirez
Riz Abbasi
Delroy Lindo





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Director Tony Scott's tripped out tale of a real-life female bounty hunter. The story has as much to do with Domino Harvey's real life as Jackie Chan Adventures have to do with his. Keira Knightley teams up with Mickey Rourke and Edgar Ramirez; crazy violence ensues.

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Matthew Brady 02/10/2014 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Now I do respect Tony Scott as a director as he directed a lot of movie in the past that I liked, but Domino is a giant mess of a movie that gave me a massive headache afterwards.

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worleyjamers 06/29/2013 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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You caught me...I love this movie. I don't care what critics say about this one, I had one hell of a time with it.

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mitchellyoung 08/06/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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A film that fully reflects Tony Scott's recent ADD-style directing. The film feels like a commercial combined with a music video, full of fast edits and blown out cinematography. While it may be stylistically amped up, it's got zero plot and is populated with unlikable characters doing unlikable things. Not good at all.

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04/15/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

"Domino" by Yojimbo

"Hey, Jerry we need a script for Tony Scott. He wants to try out some new colour filters and some of that whooshy slowy downy speedy uppy shit he likes so much. It's gonna be about a female bounty hunter."
"Yeah, what's the story gonna be about?"
"I dunno. A chick with a gun. Who gives a shit?"
"Well, she's gotta be hot. How about that skinny chick in that Pirate movie?"
"Ain't she British?"
"Yeah, so what. All she's gotta do is run around shooting shit and get her hooters out once in a while. Give her some tattoos and smeared mascara while your at it. Them emo kids love that shit."
"It's gonna need shoot outs. Lots of blood..."
"Hey, all we gotta do is keep showing what MIGHT have happened, and we can stick in all the action we like even if it makes no sense!"
"You are a f***ing ...

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12/11/2009 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Blood, guns, and Brian Austin Green

The most recent Tony Scott movie I saw was True Romance (now over 10 years old), so I can't justifiably respond to a question like, "How was Domino?" with an "Oh, it's just another Tony Scott movie." Perhaps a sufficient answer is, "Oh, it's kinda like True Romance." Like Romance, Domino is violent, sometimes quirky, star-studded, and has one of those scenes where bloodstained $100 bills whirlybird above freshly bullet-ridden Mafiosi.

Domino (Keira Knightley) is your garden-variety wild child in Beverly Hills—until she teams up with underrated bounty hunters Ed (the nasty-ass Mickey Rourke) and Choco (the hot-as-**** Edgar Ramirez) to hunt bounty using gats and nunchucks. Injecting the men with a little "woman's touch," Domino is sometimes cunning, always fearless, and is usually weari...

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11/08/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Not Quite the Rippling Effect I Had In Mind

I'll first start off by saying that the best part of the movie was the performance. I think everyone played their character full-out. They did what they could without really being able to tap into the root of the character, because the root didn't exist. It seemed like there was supposed to be some deeper storyline behind the 3 main characters as well as Claremont's crew (which I didn't entirely understand), but it got lost somewhere between a sick baby and Afghanistan (those who have seen this know what I am talking about).

By the way, I loved how Ian Ziering and Brian Austin Green were the "celebrity hostages." I mean I guess they could be. I guess everyone knows who they are technicially. But seriously? Don't get me wrong. I love them. I loved 90210.But they were chosen as celebri...

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