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Jesse Pinkman was originally slated to be written out by the 9th episode. During the hiatus caused by the writer's strike, creator Vince Gilligan, impressed by Aaron Paul's portrayal of Jesse, decided to reinstate the character.
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"Trainspotting" (1996) "Choose life."
What are your thoughts on Trainspotting?
• Directed by: Danny Boyle
• Written by: John Hodge & Irvine Welsh (novel).
• Cinematography by: Brian Tufano
• Did you know?
Ewan McGregor read books about crack and heroin to prepare for the role. He also went to Glasgow and met people from the Calton Athletic Recovery Group, an organisation of recovering heroin addicts. He was taught how to cook up heroin with a spoon using glucose powder. McGregor considered injecting heroin to better understand the character, but eventually decided against it.
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ALEXANDRE ZIEGLER , the French Ambassador to India speaks about the common passions shared by the French and the Indians. He also speaks about more educational opportunities between the 2 countries.
After living in India he notices FAMILY TIES, FOOD, CINEMA amongst some of the common parts of the INDO-FRENCH DNA.
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This is where it all began.
What can I say about this film that hasn’t been said before?
It’s a piece of cinematic history that launched a vast universe greater than our own. The story and characters in this are pure gold. It introduces us to some of the greatest heroes and villains in the history of entertainment. Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker are my two favorite characters of the whole saga. We also get a great supporting cast in the form of the stand out character Obi-Wan Kenobi played by Sir Alec Mcguiness. Wow I can see why he was nominated for an Oscar as well as the film itself winning for multiple ones as well. Watching this after the prequels is even better since we see his character grow from a young but wise padawan to a veteran with seemingly nothing left to loose. Every performance in this film is such a delight. The cinematography and music are just legendary. The twin suns scene is not only one of my favorite moments in the saga, but one of my favorite moments in the history of cinema.
Pacing is sometimes off, but honestly it is such a minimal issue for me. Line delivery by Hamill, Ford, and Fisher are a little off, but it’s more of a script issue. That’s really all the negatives I can think of.
I could keep going on and on about everything I loved about this film, because it just gets so many things right. The 70s are the golden age of cinema to me and this film is one of my favorites from the period as well as one of my favorites of all time. It is revolutionary, fresh, and everything that makes me love about films.
Final ranking: 9.4 out of 10
This week on #fivefilmsfriday we’re late! Sorry for that! Regardless the force is strong with us and we’re looking at the films that star some of our favorites from a galaxy far far away. Our first two selections star the handsome rogue known as Poe Dameron aka Oscar Isaac. The leading man of Guatemalan decent was in the Viggo Mortensen led The Two Faces of January alongside Kirsten Dunst. This one was selected by @lotzofmovies. Isaac’s second film on the list is 10 Year which features a star-studded cast in a little seen comedy about what else, a ten year high school reunion. @g_reelz brought it with this selection. In our third spot we have an early film by The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson. It’s Brick. Which is a fantastic neo-noir for modern audiences. Next up we have @obsessedwithmovies and his selection Citizen Ruth starring Star Wars newcomer Laura Dern. Lastly my selection stars General Hux himself Domhnall Gleeson and it Larry Abrahamson’s Frank. #movie#cinema#film#thetwofacesofjanuary#10year#reunion#brick#citizenruth#frank#viggomortensen#kirstendunst#oscarisaac#channingtatum#josephgordonlevitt#rianjohnson#lauradern#larryabrahamson#maggiegyllenhaal
TRUE ROMANCE (1993). Dir. Tony Scott
True Romance is easily one of my favorite screenplays written by Quentin Tarantino. Why? Cause, this script means a lot to me for some strange reason I can’t explain it. It’s basically the second script I ever read by Tarantino. The iconic Sicilian scene by Dennis Hopper and Christopher Walken is my favorite scene. Both legendary actors in one scene is epic. The way they acted the scene out. Even though Walken’s screen time in the film wasn’t as much, but that scene he nails it. Same goes to Gary Oldman. There’s a reason he’s in my top 5 favorite actors. With only a maximum of 7-10 minutes of screen time as Drexel Spivey, he still manages to steal the show with his riveting performance. His acting in this film, he’s one of those actors that once you watch him appear on screen and start acting, it honestly makes you forget he’s an actor while playing a character. Speaking of which, this film has a really epic cast. You got, Christian Slater, Gary Oldman, Chris Penn, Patricia Arquette, Dennis Hopper, Christopher Walken, James Gandolfini, Brad Pitt, Samuel L. Jackson, Tom Sizemore, Val Kilmer— the list goes on. I immediately after watching it, bought the paperback to this script and proud to own it. I love how the story’s being told. The characters are unforgettable. The acting is top notch. If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend it. I apologize in advance if this sounded rush or sloppy.