Casanova

Aug. 22nd, 2008 05:27 pm
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I started watching Casanova with David Tennant, Peter O'Toole, et al, and it's quite quite brilliant. I've barely watched 15 minutes and am in love.

Screencaps )

All in all, pretty damn awesome even if you are not a Tennant fangirl. But I am. :)

Casanova

Aug. 22nd, 2008 05:27 pm
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Ten by objection_icons)


I started watching Casanova with David Tennant, Peter O'Toole, et al, and it's quite quite brilliant. I've barely watched 15 minutes and am in love.

Screencaps )

All in all, pretty damn awesome even if you are not a Tennant fangirl. But I am. :)

Casanova

Aug. 22nd, 2008 05:27 pm
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Ten by objection_icons)


I started watching Casanova with David Tennant, Peter O'Toole, et al, and it's quite quite brilliant. I've barely watched 15 minutes and am in love.

Screencaps )

All in all, pretty damn awesome even if you are not a Tennant fangirl. But I am. :)
dangermousie: (Silence look by winterspel)
Lee Jun Ki is starring in a period, Korean version of Robin Hood drama, called Iljimae. To come out next year. SQUUUUUEEEEEEE. Though it could never meet the sheer levels of hurt/comfort of Dog/Wolf :P

Also, has anyone seen David Tennant's Learners? Is it good?
dangermousie: (Silence look by winterspel)
Lee Jun Ki is starring in a period, Korean version of Robin Hood drama, called Iljimae. To come out next year. SQUUUUUEEEEEEE. Though it could never meet the sheer levels of hurt/comfort of Dog/Wolf :P

Also, has anyone seen David Tennant's Learners? Is it good?
dangermousie: (Silence look by winterspel)
Lee Jun Ki is starring in a period, Korean version of Robin Hood drama, called Iljimae. To come out next year. SQUUUUUEEEEEEE. Though it could never meet the sheer levels of hurt/comfort of Dog/Wolf :P

Also, has anyone seen David Tennant's Learners? Is it good?
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1. After this clip, The Lakes just moved way up my viewing list. Yeah, I know it's a gritty and intelligent drama but I am afraid I am shallow and all my brain ic capable of processing is 'Guuuuhhh...John Simm...guhhh...making out.' I have yet to figure out how someone who is, objectively, not good-looking, manages to be so hot.

2. I found this Casanova MV with David Tennant. It looks scrumptious. Must be my weekend viewing then. I realized, however, that I am totally allergic to seeing DT upset: I begin to feel upset myself.



3. You know my mad love for Our Mutual Friend, the novel and the 1998 adaptation? And John/Bella and Eugene/Lizzie, the two mainc couples? Well, imagine my delight when I found MVs about them. Seriously, if you watch these, I dare you not to want to watch OMF.

MVs here )

4. Does anyone else love the 1990s BBC adaptation of Tess of the D'Urbervilles with Justine Waddell and Oliver Milburn as much as I do? Clearly some people do, because look what I found on youtube. So much angsty OTPishness.

Tess vids )

5. I adore Henry Tilney from Northanger Abbey. Am about to watch the 2007 version. Found this MV and am pleased to announce he seems acceptable :)

MV here )

6. And because I cannot end this post, largely about lit adaptations, without mention of my favorite adaptation hero, Mr. Thornton from North and South, here is a vid.

N and S vid )
dangermousie: (Default)
1. After this clip, The Lakes just moved way up my viewing list. Yeah, I know it's a gritty and intelligent drama but I am afraid I am shallow and all my brain ic capable of processing is 'Guuuuhhh...John Simm...guhhh...making out.' I have yet to figure out how someone who is, objectively, not good-looking, manages to be so hot.

2. I found this Casanova MV with David Tennant. It looks scrumptious. Must be my weekend viewing then. I realized, however, that I am totally allergic to seeing DT upset: I begin to feel upset myself.



3. You know my mad love for Our Mutual Friend, the novel and the 1998 adaptation? And John/Bella and Eugene/Lizzie, the two mainc couples? Well, imagine my delight when I found MVs about them. Seriously, if you watch these, I dare you not to want to watch OMF.

MVs here )

4. Does anyone else love the 1990s BBC adaptation of Tess of the D'Urbervilles with Justine Waddell and Oliver Milburn as much as I do? Clearly some people do, because look what I found on youtube. So much angsty OTPishness.

Tess vids )

5. I adore Henry Tilney from Northanger Abbey. Am about to watch the 2007 version. Found this MV and am pleased to announce he seems acceptable :)

MV here )

6. And because I cannot end this post, largely about lit adaptations, without mention of my favorite adaptation hero, Mr. Thornton from North and South, here is a vid.

N and S vid )
dangermousie: (Default)
1. After this clip, The Lakes just moved way up my viewing list. Yeah, I know it's a gritty and intelligent drama but I am afraid I am shallow and all my brain ic capable of processing is 'Guuuuhhh...John Simm...guhhh...making out.' I have yet to figure out how someone who is, objectively, not good-looking, manages to be so hot.

2. I found this Casanova MV with David Tennant. It looks scrumptious. Must be my weekend viewing then. I realized, however, that I am totally allergic to seeing DT upset: I begin to feel upset myself.



3. You know my mad love for Our Mutual Friend, the novel and the 1998 adaptation? And John/Bella and Eugene/Lizzie, the two mainc couples? Well, imagine my delight when I found MVs about them. Seriously, if you watch these, I dare you not to want to watch OMF.

MVs here )

4. Does anyone else love the 1990s BBC adaptation of Tess of the D'Urbervilles with Justine Waddell and Oliver Milburn as much as I do? Clearly some people do, because look what I found on youtube. So much angsty OTPishness.

Tess vids )

5. I adore Henry Tilney from Northanger Abbey. Am about to watch the 2007 version. Found this MV and am pleased to announce he seems acceptable :)

MV here )

6. And because I cannot end this post, largely about lit adaptations, without mention of my favorite adaptation hero, Mr. Thornton from North and South, here is a vid.

N and S vid )
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I bring you, picspam of last three eps of S3 of Doctor Who.



Angst, snazzy suits, and my blabbing here )

In other news. Overcome by house-cleaning zeal, I brought down all our books from the disorganized messe they were in and organized them into 12 categories (fiction/literature, British literature, history/sociology/biography/science, scifi/fantasy, mystery, Russian language, manga, romance, poetry/plays/essays/sagas, travel, cookbooks, miscelaneous) and put them on booksheleves in order, not double stacked or anything. Mr. Mousie calls it my ‘dorky decimal system.’ Heh. Result? Upcoming trip to IKEA, we need at least three more floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. We must own over a thousand books, which is cool most of the time, but when added to the huge amount of DVDs, creates spece problems for a tiny house. I have also discovered a number of books I didn’t realize I own, and have no idea how, either, e.g. some chick-lit novel about thirty-something friends in Dublin, which has price only in British pounds, so I must have bought it in UK but I do not remember when. Must have been when I visited a friend in Edinburgh in 2000-2001 Christmas break (ever after I went there with Mr. Mousie and had enough entertainment on hand :P) but I swear, I don’t remember buying it. Bizarre.
dangermousie: (Default)
I bring you, picspam of last three eps of S3 of Doctor Who.



Angst, snazzy suits, and my blabbing here )

In other news. Overcome by house-cleaning zeal, I brought down all our books from the disorganized messe they were in and organized them into 12 categories (fiction/literature, British literature, history/sociology/biography/science, scifi/fantasy, mystery, Russian language, manga, romance, poetry/plays/essays/sagas, travel, cookbooks, miscelaneous) and put them on booksheleves in order, not double stacked or anything. Mr. Mousie calls it my ‘dorky decimal system.’ Heh. Result? Upcoming trip to IKEA, we need at least three more floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. We must own over a thousand books, which is cool most of the time, but when added to the huge amount of DVDs, creates spece problems for a tiny house. I have also discovered a number of books I didn’t realize I own, and have no idea how, either, e.g. some chick-lit novel about thirty-something friends in Dublin, which has price only in British pounds, so I must have bought it in UK but I do not remember when. Must have been when I visited a friend in Edinburgh in 2000-2001 Christmas break (ever after I went there with Mr. Mousie and had enough entertainment on hand :P) but I swear, I don’t remember buying it. Bizarre.
dangermousie: (Default)
I bring you, picspam of last three eps of S3 of Doctor Who.



Angst, snazzy suits, and my blabbing here )

In other news. Overcome by house-cleaning zeal, I brought down all our books from the disorganized messe they were in and organized them into 12 categories (fiction/literature, British literature, history/sociology/biography/science, scifi/fantasy, mystery, Russian language, manga, romance, poetry/plays/essays/sagas, travel, cookbooks, miscelaneous) and put them on booksheleves in order, not double stacked or anything. Mr. Mousie calls it my ‘dorky decimal system.’ Heh. Result? Upcoming trip to IKEA, we need at least three more floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. We must own over a thousand books, which is cool most of the time, but when added to the huge amount of DVDs, creates spece problems for a tiny house. I have also discovered a number of books I didn’t realize I own, and have no idea how, either, e.g. some chick-lit novel about thirty-something friends in Dublin, which has price only in British pounds, so I must have bought it in UK but I do not remember when. Must have been when I visited a friend in Edinburgh in 2000-2001 Christmas break (ever after I went there with Mr. Mousie and had enough entertainment on hand :P) but I swear, I don’t remember buying it. Bizarre.
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OMG OMG OMG OMG!

Flist, you failed me!

I have almost 250 of you on my flist and not one of you informed me of Blackpool, a six episode British series that stars David Tennant.

How? HOW?

Blackpool is a mystery/character study. An arcade owner's life begins to unravel when a body is found in his arcade. David Tennant is one of three main characters, a detective who falls in love with the arcade owner's wife.

And from time to time, the characters burst into song.

Suffice to say I have a new obsession.

See this scene:



Oodles more )
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Ten by queen_morgana)
OMG OMG OMG OMG!

Flist, you failed me!

I have almost 250 of you on my flist and not one of you informed me of Blackpool, a six episode British series that stars David Tennant.

How? HOW?

Blackpool is a mystery/character study. An arcade owner's life begins to unravel when a body is found in his arcade. David Tennant is one of three main characters, a detective who falls in love with the arcade owner's wife.

And from time to time, the characters burst into song.

Suffice to say I have a new obsession.

See this scene:



Oodles more )
dangermousie: (Dr Who: Ten by queen_morgana)
OMG OMG OMG OMG!

Flist, you failed me!

I have almost 250 of you on my flist and not one of you informed me of Blackpool, a six episode British series that stars David Tennant.

How? HOW?

Blackpool is a mystery/character study. An arcade owner's life begins to unravel when a body is found in his arcade. David Tennant is one of three main characters, a detective who falls in love with the arcade owner's wife.

And from time to time, the characters burst into song.

Suffice to say I have a new obsession.

See this scene:



Oodles more )

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