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  • BP Holdings / The come back of Ben Affleck rolls out in “Runner, Runner”- blogger

    Communication, Communication Design

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    A story of six American Foreign Service workers trapped in Iran after the takeover of the American embassy in 1979, and how their escape was gotten by, titled “Argo” is just one of the statements of Ben Affleck’s that his career is back. As BP Holdings Blog reviewed the comeback movie, Affleck who focused the film gives a quite shift of personality which never seen him as before, much like the film titled” Boiler Room,” in 2000. Though Affleck can only be viewed in a just small scene in the financial drama, a series of inspirational monologues he threw that could touch the heart even after the movie stood watched. BP Holdings Blog compared the character of Affleck with Alec Baldwin’s monologue in “Glengarry Glen Ross.”

    “Boiler Room is a lot like what you’ll see from me in this next film,” Affleck explained in an interview covered by BP Holdings Blog. As BP Holdings Blog remembered, Affleck was compared to Alec Baldwin in “Glengarry Glen Ross” which is not mentioned as much today.

    On his today’s film, Runner, Runner, Affleck will play a sort of Gordon Gekko of Internet gambling websites who lives in Costa Rica.

    “It’s just nightmares from the Id kind of thing. And it reminded me that the speeches and stuff were fun — like “Boiler Room.” I thought, Oh, God, these are so great, to have these long speeches to do kind of gymnastics with. It was fun — it reminded me of “Boiler Room,” Affleck concluded.

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