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I only know him from his underwhelming iteration on Smallville at a time when that show sucked its hardest. The character itself seems like the result of some out of touch boardroom saying, Hey, kids like robot men, right?
I'd never walk out of a movie (a cool, dark place with all that popcorn is half the draw), but I almost felt the same way. The opening was a little standard and underwhelming, but I was intrigued the moment Diego Luna's character just straight-up iced his noisy compadre in service of the mission; it just felt very dark for a Star Wars film.And then maybe because Luna and Ben Mendehlson (two of my favorite ac-tors) were in it, the all-out space battle seemed like a total...
Did he show you the Rolex?
Thanks! You have probably just saved me some money ...
Cyborg?
You guys think a 6.25-6.5" hem would be ridiculously tight for someone who wears a size 34 jean? I have nothing I own to compare it to. The knee is 8" -- comparable to my other pants -- but I fear the hem will look too young-ish or weird. 7.5" seems to be standard for my 'slim' pants, and those don't look too tight. Hmm...
Hmmm...you know, there's a well-trafficked IMDb thread that is especially good at providing quick answers to these kinds of questions. The description reminds me of a bunch of Sug Knight (sp?) - related shenanigans. It seems like Ray Donovan did something like this recently; Straight Outta Compton did this too, I think. And then a few other movies, some of them ripe for parodies or parodies themselves. No idea for the mid-90s, though. Seems like there's a zillion movies...
Vampires. Ghosts of Mars
That's true -- I totally forgot about his funny ones as well. I think it's Prince of Darkness and all subsequent awfulness that's wiped them from my memory.
Woah, is it really? I'm glad you said that, because I'll definitely have to give it another look. I think what put me off initially was that it seemed to be geared towards a younger audience and might not contain the emotional depth or verbal fireworks found in his best work. That, and the realization that he is often way overworked, and the fear some parts felt rushed. (I read this late at night and rushed myself, eager to find his best material, so I realize I could be...
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