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'''NC (vo):''' Number 6: Violet and Corky from ''Bound''. As much as people love to praise the Wachowski brothers for ''(poster for the following are shown:)'' ''[[The Matrix]]'' or ''Cloud Atlas'' or whatever, ''Bound'' is still, in my opinion, their magnum opus. Not only is it a great suspense film noir, but it has a surprisingly believable couple in it. This movie was made in the '90s where, as I mentioned before in [[The Haunting|another review]], they didn't always write gay people the best. The idea was that their gayness was their personality and not much more. But the great thing about this couple is that they do have very defined personalities and they have some real on-screen chemistry. A lot of people gave the movie flack for their one or two erotic scenes and their saying it was just soft porn, but to me, it's not different than when you see a straight couple making out in a movie; it's supposed to be a little erotic. But here, you actually do believe they're in love. Corky is tough and determined; a little bit of a grease monkey, too. Violet is much more subdued, but definitely has a devious, diabolical mind. Together, they have to scheme to get revenge on her husband, a crazy-obsessed Mafia hitman, while also managing to get her out of her mob connections without getting whacked. And, of course, a million things go wrong. And the more crazy things get, the more they try to look after the other and make sure they come out okay. And every single time one is in trouble, the other one is there to get them out of the predicament. There's something so legitimately badass about them, kinda like Bonnie and Clyde, only Bonnie and... Cly...dine... What's the female "Clyde"? I don't care, they're just cool. They're diabolical, they're scheming, and, in many ways, they're kind of their polar opposites: one much more aggressive and tough, and the other more soft-spoken and subdued. They compliment each other perfectly in a bizarre situation that needs a bizarre solution. But when they put their heads together, they come up with a bizarre answer, mostly from being a bizarre couple.
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'''NC (vo):''' Number 6: Violet and Corky from ''Bound''. As much as people love to praise the Wachowski brothers for ''(poster for the following are shown:)'' ''[[The Matrix]]'' or ''Cloud Atlas'' or whatever, ''Bound'' is still, in my opinion, their magnum opus. Not only is it a great suspense film noir, but it has a surprisingly believable couple in it. This movie was made in the '90s where, as I mentioned before in [[The Haunting|another review]], they didn't always write gay people the best. The idea was that their gayness was their personality and not much more. But the great thing about this couple is that they do have very defined personalities and they have some real on-screen chemistry. A lot of people gave the movie flack for their one or two erotic scenes and their saying it was just soft porn, but to me, it's not different than when you see a straight couple making out in a movie; it's supposed to be a little erotic. But here, you actually do believe they're in love. Corky is tough and determined; a little bit of a grease monkey, too. Violet is much more subdued, but definitely has a devious, diabolical mind. Together, they have to scheme to get revenge on her husband, a crazy-obsessed Mafia hit-man, while also managing to get her out of her mob connections without getting whacked. And, of course, a million things go wrong. And the more crazy things get, the more they try to look after the other and make sure they come out okay. And every single time one is in trouble, the other one is there to get them out of the predicament. There's something so legitimately badass about them, kinda like Bonnie and Clyde, only Bonnie and... Cly...dine... What's the female "Clyde"? I don't care, they're just cool. They're diabolical, they're scheming, and, in many ways, they're kind of their polar opposites: one much more aggressive and tough, and the other more soft-spoken and subdued. They compliment each other perfectly in a bizarre situation that needs a bizarre solution. But when they put their heads together, they come up with a bizarre answer, mostly from being a bizarre couple.
   
 
'''Corky:''' You know the difference is between you and me, Violet?
 
'''Corky:''' You know the difference is between you and me, Violet?
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