Some know me as Ed, one of the hosts of Creative Loafing's Ed Loves Bacon. Some may know me as the guy (producer, thank you)…
Watching cartoons - as always.
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I'm so disappointed in the Braves right now for even entertaining and inking this idea. A smaller, remote stadium is so exclusionary it borders on the imbecilic. What and how will this affect tourism in the city? Major league city, minor league thinking.
Poor tragic Edith, she's the Meg of the the Crawley litter. And you're so right about these plots - too episodic. Julian needs to watch a couple episodes of Ye Ole 'Dynasty' to figure out how to put a little more wind in some of these short-lived arcs. Is it me or is Bates walking around without issue in prison while at work he was totally dependent on the cane. The penal system does have some benefit - Lazarus properties.
Here's what I hope happen, Edith becomes a bitter tart and develops a reputation for being sodden and too cat friendly (shocking lack of pets throughout the damn show). At a bar, she chums up with an American adventurer/writer who starts this whirlwind romance that stuns the other brood. after overhearing snide comments from her kin, he (I'll call him Theo) whisks her away to the states with a stern reminder before leaving that she's above their constant consternation. If slaps and pushing is involved - its a bonus.
@ oydave, "The dog days are (not) over."
@mrgjr No not the production value of a made for TV movie, but just tried to hard to reboot the movie and got a bit lost.
I'm glad you broke it down Curt because I was trying my best (while drunk) trying to explain the concepts behind the film. I enjoyed Halle Berry's transformations more than Hanks. His were a bit too "Hanks" if you know what I mean. I wish there was a more concrete unifying thread that would been more savory than the aloof concepts it left me with at the end. Still it was as you suggested, visually stunning and had some sincerely good moments that had you going on the millennial journey.
Yo Martinez, you want some cheese with that whine?
Wish I was able to see this
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