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Gangs of New York - Bill the Butcher kills Walter McGinn
Democracy in the 19th century.
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, Gangs of New York, Bill the Butcher, Brendan Gleeson, Boss Tweed
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The Great Hippo
"I'm gonna paint Paradise Square with his blood. Two coats!"
Always 5 stars for Day-Lewis.
"Why don't you burn him to see if his ashes turn green?"
"You don't know what you've done to yourself!"
I love that scene.
him tapping on his own glass eye was probably the best part of that overly long and somewhat overwrought movie
I would go a step further and say Bill the Butcher is one of my all-time favorite villains in a film I otherwise don't care much about.
Maybe the best all time movie villain ever. Put'em in a pit, see who comes out. Even odds it's Bill the Butcher. Too bad about the rest of the movie, it's 45 minutes of solid gold.
This is one of my all time favorite scenes, because it more or less sums up life.
Change I can believe in!
"I'M JIM BROADBENT, AND I'M TALKING VERY LOUDLY IN A PERIOD MOVIE!"
Walter reminds me too much of Dara O'Brien to take seriously.
It's really too bad about this movie. Why couldn't Scorcese have picked a different ka?
It was nice of the ax to teleport into his back after bouncing off it.
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