#190, or #840, the year is 1951, and Alec Guinness is -- "The Man in the White Suit."
🚹 🚹 🚹 "Men" (2022)
It's all very-- Jessie Buckley continues to be one of the Great Actors, obviously, the imagery is great and striking even when I've seen it before, but I wish it had more to /say/ than "society sure gives men quite a lot of space to be rubbish, doesn't it" / "what if men but too much."
@Alexis It made it especially hard to watch The Americans. Orphan Black was also a ... different experience for me.
@email@example.com @Alexis@beepboop.one (The gimmick of that movie being that the same character is played by several different actors... whom I couldn't visually distinguish for most of the movie. I remember it being a very confusing movie, but I'm not sure if that's because or in spite of the facial recognition woes.)
@skysailor @naga I do sort of acclimatise to it over the course of a longer-running show, but just last night, "Vertigo," the Kim Novak in the first half and the Kim Novak in the second could have been played by completely separate actors
I genuinely can't tell what's supposed to be different about Mark Hamill's face between "A New Hope" and "Empire." And people insist Doc Brown does actually look different when he pulls the make-up off his face -- I thought the joke was he looked the same!
@Alexis @skysailor @naga He does look the same, I don't know what those people are on about.
I didn't notice much difference in Mark Hammil's face either; I think his nice and right cheekbone are supposed to be different? That's what was damaged during the accident and he had to have surgery for. If I didn't know I wouldn't notice and just guess maybe time and a tiny bit of weight loss as the cause if someone said he looked different but not why.
@kurt I suppose you'd say it's a real blast from the, how do you say, a period of time from before now.
💥 "Blast from the Past" (1999)
@kurt "So, more complicated than golf, but less complicated than cricket. And where does polo, water or otherwise fit in?"
"...I forgot about polo, let me start over."
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