Can anyone ever remember enjoying a shaky cam scene recently? I'm pretty sure directors just excessively use shaky cam just to cover up the lack of interesting action in a scene.
Alison Brie with a British accent near the end!
Regional Holiday Music
Or the greatest episode?
That was such a reference heavy episode, but it was still so good.
All I want for the Holidays is Annie in that outfit.
That scene went from hot to awkwardly hilarious real fast.
Can we all agree that this Community-Parks and Recreation hour block is the finest hour of television on right now?
@Spiral_Stars said:I have. He's sort of boring in that too, although it's an alright movie.I agree with Daniel Craig, though. He's yet to make a decent film outside of the Bond series, and Cowboys vs Aliens looks terrrrrible.Curious, have you seen Layer Cake? But anyways, I came into this thread to say Sam Worthington, but everyone already did it for me.
I too looked for it in Canada and I can't find it. As someone who seems to have found everything I used to like in England and more over here, it's one of the true oversights. On another note; why is it I can only get French Toast Crunch at Walmart?Naw, you can find French Toast Crunch at Metro.@onlineatron said:
In the UK we have a Cookie Crisp wolf, so that joke went (mostly) over my head.I think its a wolf now, but before it was a burglar and his dog in like the 90s, and even further back in time it was a wizard. I just realized that the wizard mascot makes sense, because he's like using his powers to shrink regular size cookies into cereal size cookies. The burglar still makes no goddamn sense.
Cookie Crisp is still readily available here through Nestlé.
@Spiral_Stars: He's a wonderful actor but I do think he is the biggest actor at the moment who finds it easiest to become dull....if that makes sense. There's more often the danger of him becoming dull than most other actors. I think it's the character he chooses to play maybe. I'm probably just insane. Daniel Craig is dull, I think.I am of the opinion that Christian Bale, above anyone else in film right now, picks his roles the best in terms of variation. Unlike a lot of actors who will usually choose roles that are rather similar over and over again (especially action stars), Christian Bale chooses something wildly different almost every outing. Except for being Batman twice, I guess, which shouldn't really count.
Unpopular but I think that Christian Bale can, very very rarely, venture towards being a tiny bit dull. FOR EXAMPLE, Terminator: Salvation.Anyone can be dull given the right (or wrong, I guess, is more apt) script. Christian Bale is pretty terrific. Terminator Salvation was just really awful on every level, but Bale is great in pretty much every other movie he's in.