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oh, also...

Marton Csokas, who was Celeborn in Fellowship of the Ring and Return of the King, and well before that was Borias on Xena (it's entertaining and better than you think, shut up), actually did the movie Kangaroo Jack *between* the lord of the rings versions.

I know this because uh ... kangaroo jack is on right now and I haven't changed the channel yet

On a completely different note, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: funny movie, fucking TERRIBLE teen drama crap series.


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Feb. 27th, 2004 07:27 am (UTC)
LOL awwwww I love my Buffy series. Hated the movie.

You love Kangaroo Jack! *points madly*

Well, maybe Marton was out of money or something.
Feb. 27th, 2004 08:06 am (UTC)
sick curiosity (and the reccomendation of a demented friend) does not love make. Though it has Walken. Walken is *always* a winner.

I've gotten through *one* episode of buffy, and that just barely, so honestly, I proably haven't given it too much of a chance. I think what kills it for me is the production value. Camp the fuck out of it. I love Raimi fer chrissakes, so lord knows I love the camp. But make monsters that don't look like extras in cheap plastic masks.

Doesn't help that most of the people I know who are really into buffy are straight men looking for girl kisses and michelle geller tit jiggle.

By the looks of Marton, he blew the wad on hair gel. Guuuuuuuh.
Feb. 27th, 2004 10:58 am (UTC)
hah! yes.... the one thing i loathed about buffy: the plastic monsters/demons. ruined the hell out of the show for me, so there is genuine concurrance on that.

most the people i know into buffy are heavy drinkers/metrosexuals/late 20's yuppie fish megajourno boffters or teenagers without any trace of thought value.
Feb. 27th, 2004 12:57 pm (UTC)
Hm. I don't seem to fit any of those categories...

For what it's worth, I'm of the opinion that what's appealing about Buffy is the character development, which really isn't apparent unless you watch a block of it.

But I think we may have covered this ground before, so I'll leave it at that.
Feb. 28th, 2004 05:29 pm (UTC)
No, see... I understand that. I've just finished up watching season 3 of Xena, a show I would NEVER have chosen on my own. The thing that keeps it from being just pure crappy 'chick in leather' schlock is the attention to *who* they are, *why* they do what they do, and the attention to character development.

The thing is... I watched it on reccomendation. I didnt tune in on my own, becuase it didn't interest me. You have to either be introduced to something like this (semi campy strange dramatic series) or you have to be drawn to it naturally. I find it hard to believe that most people who are into Buffy just tuned in becuase of the movie recognition and were just *hooked* on how fan-fucking-tastic it all was.

But then again, most would think Xena is really just a series for lesbians. And in soooo many ways, it is. But, well, not being a lesbian, I sorta break the mold.
Pay my lazy assertions no mind.

ANd like I said above, the thing that kills it for me is the poor production value.
Feb. 27th, 2004 10:17 pm (UTC)
Do Michelle Gellar's tits jiggle? I've never watched the the thing.
Mar. 1st, 2004 05:21 pm (UTC)
tit jiggle is inherent to all real tits.
Now, whether hers are real or not, I haven't really analyzed. I think I just assumed.

Then again, maybe she got the boobs done to detract attention from the nose. That incredibly strange crookedy lil nose...
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