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Saw "The Interview" on Netflix. Its a "Laurel and Hardy meet The Mad Dictator" type of movie. I lol'd about 7 times.
None of the above. Ever heard of Saul Rubinek? He played the writer who rode the train with Richard Harris. He's one of those character actors that you've seen a million times, but can't come up with his name.Saul was waiting to pick up his bags. Scruffy, tired looking -- so very normal in my book.
No, just trying to be funny. It looks like I failed.
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Its interesting to read the assortment of reviews on Amazon and other places. Everyone seems to have a different take.What was your impression of Anderson's character?Here's mine FWIW: [[SPOILER]] Thus ends my thesis.
I do remember that now. In the book, Bilbo had an edge about him (no pun intended) when he took on the spiders. Jackson captured a bit of it when Bilbo killed the trapdoor spider, but only in a passing head shot.
Who were the Five Armies? No one seems to know. Can a bear be an army? I liked the movie. I read the book long ago so I really didn't notice many factual departures. My complaints are: 1. An elf would not go for a dwarf 2. The barrell jumping scene was a bit too cartoonish 3. Smaug's demise was over too quickly 4. Azog was not a character in the Hobbit. 5. I don't think Bilbo's 1/14th was the Arken stone(?). 6. The jewels sought by the Grey Elves . . . were they...
GF, Ter, and other THE FALL watchers.Let's discuss this.I found the development of Gillian Anderson' character compelling.Being the raging feminist that I am (sarcasm emoticon here), I started out thinking this series was yet another Thelma and Louise.But early on, the director was up to something entirely unexpected . . .I found this to be compelling, and after the last episode, the last scene in fact, I was left just sitting there, staring at the screen.
Thanks, Joffrey. I'll go over there then.
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