While I was filming today, I saw two squirrels chasing each other. When they passed by me, I COULD HEAR THEM SQUEAKING TO EACH OTHER. Like a toned-down version of that Pip in Enchanted
. all is Lost2 new Lost characters in Season 5?
umm...I'm not sold on them. Although some (definitely not all) the speculation on casting and history in the comments perks me up a bit. But hey, I didn't care either way about the new characters coming into Season 4, and we all know what happened there.Interesting analysis of all seasons.But it's all about the follow through, and honestly, we’re not holding our breath. Perhaps we’re being too harsh. Maybe it wasn’t only the women who were lost. The real loss of this season was the loss of humanity in all our characters. Too often, characters were pushed around like chess pieces on a board, without coherent motivation, without the kind of heart and soul these characters used to make us feel. In this ever clever world of Byzantine plots and puzzles, maybe characters are only meant to be seen as another set of clues.
As much as Season 4 was FTW, I think the shorter season and heavy plot focus made for a lack of breathing space, of time to explore character. I know a lot of people felt it was filler - and sometimes it was - but to me, it was an important part of the show's appeal, a delicately handled sine wave of action and rest. Twilight lolzIf Robert Pattison and David Tennant ever got together, their hair would very likely mate and take over the world.funny dancing gif
: What did Edward Cullen do in his free time?
From comments: EDWARD CULLEN IS STUCK IN ETERNAL MENOPAUSE.
From Part 2: NO EMMETT, I AM NOT "ANAL" THERE IS JUST A RIGHT AND A WRONG WAY TO DO THINGSOMG. THAT'S WHY HE SPARKLES. EDWARD CULLEN IS A SUPER SAYAN.Major League Soccer
: Scroll down to see MLS meet D&D
.It affects the team's damage rolls for any melee or thrown weapons as well as detirmines how much armor and loot they can wear or carry before encumbrance starts to become an issue.movies and actorsMorgan Freeman’s going to be okay!Orlando Bloom to play the Alain Delon role in Le Cercle Rouge remake?
but hey, Johnny To (Election
and other movies) is a pretty cool Hong Kong director. His character-based, realistic style is more appropriate for remaking a Jean-Pierre Melville movie than, say, John Woo's style is. (Woo is exec. producing though.) And in To's movies, swords are preferred to guns. And it looks realistic. and those swords are sometimes hidden in newspapers. yup, SABERS IN NEWSPAPERS.
Some of the IMDB board people are saying that Bloom is actually the only confirmed actor, not the other way around. Still, I can see Liam Neeson and Chow Yun-Fat in this film a lot better than I can see Orlando Bloom.
and hey, Alain Delon might be appearing in this one too
.Sorry, correction on the above info. He was supposed to collaborate with To for another movie (not The Red Circle) which is said to be inspired somewhat by Le Samourai, but he declined it eventually. Still no confirming news for The Red Circle itself.
Sources: purepeople.com and timeout.com.hk.
I don't care if he's old now, it would still be cool.
Speaking of remakes: Pineapple Express director to remake Suspiria with Natalie Portman?
I was really disappointed with the original - besides some artfully staged killings, the acting was horrible, the pink light saturation would have been cool but wasn't, everything was bad!random, and the ultimate villian was laughable. I can appreciate horror B-movies, but this didn't give me any scares at all. Gore Verbinski to film Bioshock movie?
Let me just say that Bioshock is a beautiful, dark, twisted video game. Really smart and involving. But a lot of its strength lies in the player's perspective. I just hope this doesn't turn out wrong.
the project was mentioned in this steampunk movie article
People had issues over the film adaptation's inclusion in the article.from here
:Crap. You have the world's most detailed game implementation of the frickin' Art Deco movement ... and the director is taking his inspiration from *JULES VERNE*?!
Okay, kids, let's review: Art Deco: 1925 (starting at the Paris International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Decorative Arts) - mid forties. Jules Verne: 1828-1905.And the response
:I have to say, I disagree that Bioshock is a historical hodgepodge in and of itself. *Art Deco* itself is a historical hodgepodge ("Why yes, let's have a movement that combines ancient Egyptian motifs, Aztec angularity, inspiration from Roman architecture and Japanese interior design ... and, oh, yes, let's make sure we run everything through a wind tunnel to make sure it's aerodynamic!") Bioshock is, to a certain extent, just being accurate to the *original* hodgepodge.
I have to say ... I'm a pretty big fan of Deco. Zeppelins, newly affordable color offset printing, Bakelite, and all that ... and the primary influence outside of Deco that I see in Bioshock is, well, fifties SF routed through Fallout. The rest of it, I don't see that it's impossible to find sources from the period the period.
your design lecture of the day.