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First off, for those few on my flist that haven't seen it yet, here is the pic of half-nekkid (yes, even more than in Colonial Day) littlest Adama (it's from one of the upcoming episodes and very moderately spoilery, as in "it involves more than just him and nothing else" so spoilerphobes beware). It's work-safe as it's a still from something to be shown on scifi at 10pm :D

In other news, I saw "The Constant Gardener" yesterday. I loved the non-linear structure of the film. Beautiful. It's actually a love story more than a thriller, which isn't so weird considering the only other LeCarre adapatation I've ever seen, "The spy who came in from the cold" was also that way.

Tired Dangermousie+Big Screen+Mireilles' signature jerkycam and super fast cuts=literally feeling nauseous in the theater and for the rest of the evening. People who think BSG overdoes it on handheld, just you wait!

Also, after seeing this movie, Ralph Fiennes is just completely, 100%, indubitably my image of book Remus Lupin. He's got the whole intelligence, and the weariness, and the withdrawal and the humanity...I am sure he will be a great Voldemort, but I am sorry, he is exactly my Remus. So there.

I thought he did an amazing job. There is this one scene where he is told his wife is dead (I am not spoiling anything as it starts the movie) and all you see on screen is his face and the only thing that changes at all is his eyes. And you can just see him curl up and die inside and you want to look away.

More TCG musings. Spoilery, though trust me, nothing in this plot is a shock )

Also, some more Roswell thoughts, Max-centric and dealing with the end of S2

Roswell angst here )
dangermousie: (Default)
First off, for those few on my flist that haven't seen it yet, here is the pic of half-nekkid (yes, even more than in Colonial Day) littlest Adama (it's from one of the upcoming episodes and very moderately spoilery, as in "it involves more than just him and nothing else" so spoilerphobes beware). It's work-safe as it's a still from something to be shown on scifi at 10pm :D

In other news, I saw "The Constant Gardener" yesterday. I loved the non-linear structure of the film. Beautiful. It's actually a love story more than a thriller, which isn't so weird considering the only other LeCarre adapatation I've ever seen, "The spy who came in from the cold" was also that way.

Tired Dangermousie+Big Screen+Mireilles' signature jerkycam and super fast cuts=literally feeling nauseous in the theater and for the rest of the evening. People who think BSG overdoes it on handheld, just you wait!

Also, after seeing this movie, Ralph Fiennes is just completely, 100%, indubitably my image of book Remus Lupin. He's got the whole intelligence, and the weariness, and the withdrawal and the humanity...I am sure he will be a great Voldemort, but I am sorry, he is exactly my Remus. So there.

I thought he did an amazing job. There is this one scene where he is told his wife is dead (I am not spoiling anything as it starts the movie) and all you see on screen is his face and the only thing that changes at all is his eyes. And you can just see him curl up and die inside and you want to look away.

More TCG musings. Spoilery, though trust me, nothing in this plot is a shock )

Also, some more Roswell thoughts, Max-centric and dealing with the end of S2

Roswell angst here )
dangermousie: (Default)
First off, for those few on my flist that haven't seen it yet, here is the pic of half-nekkid (yes, even more than in Colonial Day) littlest Adama (it's from one of the upcoming episodes and very moderately spoilery, as in "it involves more than just him and nothing else" so spoilerphobes beware). It's work-safe as it's a still from something to be shown on scifi at 10pm :D

In other news, I saw "The Constant Gardener" yesterday. I loved the non-linear structure of the film. Beautiful. It's actually a love story more than a thriller, which isn't so weird considering the only other LeCarre adapatation I've ever seen, "The spy who came in from the cold" was also that way.

Tired Dangermousie+Big Screen+Mireilles' signature jerkycam and super fast cuts=literally feeling nauseous in the theater and for the rest of the evening. People who think BSG overdoes it on handheld, just you wait!

Also, after seeing this movie, Ralph Fiennes is just completely, 100%, indubitably my image of book Remus Lupin. He's got the whole intelligence, and the weariness, and the withdrawal and the humanity...I am sure he will be a great Voldemort, but I am sorry, he is exactly my Remus. So there.

I thought he did an amazing job. There is this one scene where he is told his wife is dead (I am not spoiling anything as it starts the movie) and all you see on screen is his face and the only thing that changes at all is his eyes. And you can just see him curl up and die inside and you want to look away.

More TCG musings. Spoilery, though trust me, nothing in this plot is a shock )

Also, some more Roswell thoughts, Max-centric and dealing with the end of S2

Roswell angst here )

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