A story about "Sense & Sensibility (Special Edition)" — 7 years ago
I like Alan Rickman :D
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I like Alan Rickman :D
This movie was great! And Funny. I like Anthony Heald :D
I like Anthony Hopkins! :D
I like MJF, and I like Christopher Lloyd. That said, this could’ve been better. Almost worth watching it just for the experience. Couldn’t bring myself to recommend it.
This isn’t a “good” movie, it’s a “fun” movie (not mutually exclusive BTW). If you watched only FUN movies, you’d miss out on the sense of wonder that comes with GOOD movies. However, if you watch only good movies, you’d miss out on all the fun. Often it’s the fun movies that you want to see again and again, simply because they make you feel good. The “good” movies may be thought-provoking and awe-inspiring, but often once is enough: you never want to see them again, except maybe for memory refreshment. Long story short, this is a movie to see multiple times. Action movies so often are…
The good parts made me glad I’d suffered trough the bad parts. There were too many painful parts to bother skipping through them all; besides, if you did this you’d miss too much of the movie to make it worth watching any of it. Furthermore, many of the good bits were only funny in (bad) context. It’s worth watching, though. At least once.
In retrospect or introspect or circumspect (looking somewhere, anyway), most movies are worth watching at least once. Expands your world experience. Makes you a more interesting person.
It reminded me an awful lot of “Shaun of the dead” which distracted me throughout the movie with thoughts of how to spoof it, But… I liked it. Only the good movies are worth spoofing. And I did like “Dawn of the dead”, so “Shaun of the dead” was good. Granted they are not mutually inclusive: A good movie can have a bad spoof (not looking at any one in particular, Scary Movie [all of them]!), and a bad movie can have a good spoof. I can’t think of any examples for the latter.
Well, it is funny. And it is insightful. But I wouldn’t use this book as my only resource in finding out about feminism, as it shows only one facet: how feminism can be taken to extremes. I believe there are, in fact, people who know when their standing up for a cause is going OTT. According to this book (depending of course upon how you view it- it is I think [hope] not intended to be completely serious), none of the world’s feminists realise when they have reached this point.
i like them best with only fluff in their heads and half fluff in their bodies and plastic pellets in the rest… and some fluff. gives acomforting weight and still nice and soft. and no i’m not talking those beanie babies or whatever they’re called: i mean real, full size teddies.
please note i’ve only consumed one version of pretty much everything here, but i couldn’t decide slash remember which each was. so i put them all. on the up side, this makes my read list look bigger. on the down side, the fact that i’ve put doubles that i haven’t even consumed is not a flattering look. ah well.