We know how you’re feeling. Your wallet seems a little lighter than it used to. As a responsible consumer, you’re trying to figure out ways to cut down on your adventures with disposable income. You’ve already switched from fancy espresso drinks to regular ole drip coffee (the horror!), and you’ve already stopped buying CDs (we’re pretty sure there’s a correlation there), but now you’ve come to the realization that you can’t possibly afford to see two Clive Owen movies in the span of six weeks. Because Vulture is nothing if not cost conscious, we’ve decided to channel our inner Suze Orman and help outline some of the key differences between Duplicity (opening March 20) and The International (opening this weekend) for you.
How would you like to see Clive Owen dressed?
Duplicity: A khaki linen suit and brown belt with a white button-down
The International: A khaki linen suit and brown belt with a dark button-down
How do you prefer to see Clive Owen’s facial hair?
Duplicity: Like he shaved minutes ago
The International: Like he shaved days ago
What kind of villain would you want to see Clive Owen battling?
Duplicity: A greedy international corporation that wants you to buy their mystery product
The International: A greedy international corporation that wants you to use their ATMs
What kind of New York City landmark would you like to see Clive Owen running around?
Duplicity: Grand Central Station
The International: The Guggenheim
What kind of lass would you want to see Clive Owen romancing?
Duplicity: A brunette singleton with a great smile
The International: A blonde mother with a great smile
We certainly hope that helped!