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Excuse me, I'm making perfect sense, you're just not keeping up
robling_t
robling_t
...Ow.
And in the "...I agree, I should have listened" department, Troy DOES stink-on-ice; god bless Netflix for being cheap enough that one doesn't have to feel particularly obligated to stick with the occasional true stinker. (For the record, I only made it to the "Saving Private Achilles" beach-landing scene before deciding to bail; Mum had already fallen asleep a good ten minutes before that.)

Had better luck with Charlie & the Chocolate Factory, which except for Depp's "love-child of Michael Jackson & Church Lady" performance was a surprisingly good adaptation of the source material, if one ignores the attempt at giving Wonka a backstory. C'mon, Tim, it's Roald Dahl, you should have found that sufficiently freaky all by itself not to need to tinker with it...
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rennie_frog From: rennie_frog Date: April 7th, 2006 02:19 pm (UTC) (permalink this entry)
The only reason to watch Troy is to see muscley oiled guys in skirts... I have to say, my favorite part of the movie was watching Eric Bana (Hector) arming for his battle with Brad Pitt.
robling_t From: robling_t Date: April 7th, 2006 02:43 pm (UTC) (permalink this entry)
We didn't make it that far in. :)
rennie_frog From: rennie_frog Date: April 7th, 2006 03:51 pm (UTC) (permalink this entry)
Fast forward is your friend! Watching Troy for the plot is useless. Troy's best feature is many different flavors of men, in cute costumes.
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