Ruffalo and The Fountain

"There are a number of things that make David Fincher’s "Zodiac" a masterpiece. I can’t go into them all here, but one of the main weapons Fincher has is his cast, and one of the best performances in that cast comes from Mark Ruffalo.

He’s always been a great actor, but he’s been flying just under the mainstream radar for years, and if there’s any justice, "Zodiac" is going to do a lot to change that. And maybe "The Brothers Bloom" will help as well. Ruffalo has just signed on to

join Rian Johnson’s incredibly awaited follow-up to "Brick", playing the older of the titular con man brothers. Adrien Brody plays the younger brother, while "Babel"’s Rinko Kikuchi plays a woman who helps the duo in their scams.

Also on board is the beautiful Rachel Weisz." -By Devin Faraci.

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"Perhaps what makes THE FOUNTAIN Mansell’s best score, and Aronofsky’s best film (until its indecipherable ending), is that this is a love story through all of its grand sci-fi illusions.
Mansell, once again joined by the poignant strings of The Kronos Quartet (as well as the alt. artist Mogwai), instantly convey the undying bond between Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weisz’s time-crossed couple.

It’s an approach that firmly connects his scoring for THE FOUNTAIN in a straight, conceptual line with PI and REQUIEM
as music looks into the face of God (real or chemically-induced) to learn some fantastic truth." -By Daniel Schweiger.
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