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Zak Lee Ferguson wrote a comment about the news item Robin Williams Passes Away at Age 63
Robin Williams (July 21, 1951 - August 11, 2014) Over the past seven years people of high praise and rare and unimaginable talent have passed on vary from Actors, Directors, Artists, Authors, this is one that as aflicting as the rest. Williams has been with many of us through our childhood from his various voicework and of ocurs4e on-screen persona. He was rare in his ingenuity and humour and power on screen whether being OTT and his usual mad-cap silliness or deep methodical perfromances. Not only was he Mrs. Doubtfire and The Genie and Peter Pan and JACK he was just Robin Williams, the heart and soul of what it means to be a funny warm hearted soul. Hillarious, deep, profoundly irrelevently odd, a rarity in our world, a generally nice guy. Such a sadness. Respect and love goes out to his Family.
Why waste him as an actor with Josh Brolins voice doesnt add up.
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I was the first to hate on TAS2 but after numero uto rewatches its a different and brave exciting and passionate nerdtastic movie. ROLL ON TASM3 WITH OR WITHOUT ORCI we have Kurtzman
Orci is a legend. This film is still on its way and wont flit between dates just read between the budget sheet.
Hes going to bring so much to Holmes and thank lord we have a quite thesbian like Director in the form of Condon.Hope it feels british and witty fun and such an interesting place to take this character and to see Ian do what something in his calibre and something he will excell as any of the.other 70 .....not that Ritchies were any bad but i have a feeling this is going to be very true to form and british
What choice. Gus is a very talented and versatile director. Intelligent vast in his own style and differentiated C.V. They are a mixture of art and pure cinematic fodder and entertaining dramas. Death Note is a very dark and cynixal piece of fiction and art and Black as a writer could bring so much to the plateu and Sant is the same. Dark and harsh and brutally real and Gus loves an odd thing dropped into his film or two.
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That and Ehren Krueger is the anti christ of script writers.
They need to be left well alone.....straight up remakes are pointless...if they are withon the realms of the classics and as original let them play.THE LITTLE MERMAID and Beauty and the Beast are emotionally and vibrantly out of this world and them being hand drawn movies it just has that added quality and originality and power. MALIFICENT was great as it was a revisited realm. Keep those classics under lock and key. DISNEY are getting greedier now......the whole thing with Frozen and its references and easter eggs...its cute and humbling to know those creators and new formed Disney maestros sticking to Disneys roots.
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The last film was a great family film but the first two Pirates movies had something else, great direction, timing, characterisation and a definitive and gripping story that didnt play down to its audience as much as the fourth did and made it more about arging and slice dicing on a booty me harties type mentality. Got two new fresh faced filmmakers, hopefully then bring back a bit of darkness and this film actually has a decent and rootable villian!
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Stallone to direct, Rambo was such a great movie, such a welcome comeback and was thrilling, dirty, gritty and socially and politically enthused, it wasnt B grade but an actual film that had its thoughts and views derived from world wide idealisms. Hope this doesnt fall flat on its face and gets a decent enough director!
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