Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by CyclonuS_ZerO, Jul 17, 2012.
If you're a fan of the 2004 Punisher film...you'll absolutely love this!
#DIRTYLAUNDRY - YouTube
Even if you aren't, that shit is just perfect Punisher. In fact, you can imagine the comic book version of this pretty clearly.
Of course, Ron Perlman is also pure awesomeness in the form of a human being, so there's that.
Only bummer is that he never explained the difference between Justice and Punishment.
Thomas Jane is awesome.
Love the hell out of this thing. Always preferred Jane's Punisher, despite being held back in his feature-length, but here he's let off the leash, giving even more depth to the character while barely speaking a line. That's what true acting is.
And the kid is a damn good actor of what was shown of him.
AND I think they need to start making tanks out of Jack bottles.
That was fantastic. I know what I'm watching tonight.
This is how you should do a punisher Tv series on a cable channel.....sadly Fox got a hold of it and he will be a cop by day punisher by night.
Saw that earlier today and loved every second of it. Now that Marvel has the rights back hopefully they can expand the awesomeness of this into a full movie.
I allways loved the 2004 Thomas Jane version of the Punisher! The fight with the Russian is great and that Travolta was in it, was just a bonus.
This clip is great, hopefully they will make a 2nd movie with Thomas Jane. Warzone was not that great, bad even !
Ray Stevenson Punisher>>>Dolf Lundgren Punisher>>>Tom Jane Punisher
And I'm never going to watch this. So as not to encourage anyone who matters to let Tom Jane near the character again.
This short film was actually really good and this is coming from a guy who thought Ray Stevenson played the role better in the movies. This short film completely changed my mind about that and I can now see that Thomas Jane is a great Frank Castle. The fact that he was in this just shows how much he loves the character. I knew that he was a Punisher fan, but I didn't expect this kind of dedication.
Very cool. I love that Jane took the time to do this.
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