Brad PittJoe Black /
Young Man in Coffee Shop
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A media mogul acts as a guide to Death, who takes the form of a young man to learn about life on Earth and in the process, fall in love with his guide's daughter.
Release date: 13 November 1998
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Girlie Movies I Actually Like (12 movies items)
"Girlieness Rating: 8/10
Meet Joe Black is a movie mostly intended for girls, that fact cannot be denied. It's a romance, it stars pretty-boy Brad Pitt at the height of his femininity (he has shirtless scenes), and there's nothing here that can be considered manly. There are no explosions, guns, action scenes, or even any real profanity.
But I've said it many times before and I'll say it again: I love this freaking movie."
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Brad Pitt Movie Quotes (15 movies items)
"Character: Joe Black
I can't believe you people. I come for you, and you want to stay, I let you stay and you want to go.
Should you choose to test my resolve in this matter, you will be facing a finality beyond your comprehension, and you will not be counting days, or months, or years, but milleniums in a place with no doors. "
Why Aren't These Gems More Fondly Remembered? (15 movies items)
Audiences seemed to stay away from this movie when it came out, due to its three-hour runtime. It was a box office disappointment, and critics trashed it. And I admit that when I first watched it, I didn't like it much.
When I watched it a few more times, I fell in love. It's a brilliant, brilliant movie. I don't care that it's so long, because it doesn't feel bloated. It's an enthralling production with beautiful characters, driven by one of the best musical scores I've ever heard."