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cjw at eml.cc
Sat Feb 5 13:52:43 EST 2011
I'm not a real big fan of the "muscular morons," but it might improve
your opinion of Sylvester Stallone if you were aware that he not only
starred in the "Rocky" series, but he wrote and directed too!
My family just did an experiment for an exercise in film criticism
(acting like critics) and while there was plenty to nitpick about, we
found the character of Rocky was actually quite complex. I'm not saying
the storyline was not easy to anticipate, but if you enter "Rocky's
World" and put yourself in the character's life/mind, the challenges he
faced were significant and the "character" of Rocky changed throughout
I think one of the fallout of watching so many movies in a never-ending
stream is people never have time to reflect on what they just watched
with any depth of thought or feeling. Knee-jerk critics, siskel, ebert,
etc. are the most vulnerable to this syndrome. In order to produce a
review they have to shoot from the hip, but they never get a chance to
just let it simmer. I have personally found a number of movies that
seemed inane on first glance, but in forcing myself to view them with a
different attitude, I have uncovered some gems, but your mileage could
> Richmond <mailto:richmondmathewson at gmail.com>
> Saturday, February 05, 2011 12:36 PM
> On 02/05/2011 08:21 PM, Thomas McGrath III wrote:
>> Yeah, R, that's why it's a nightmare! I don't wanna be Rambo or
>> Carrot Top. So why do they keep coming into my nightmares????
>> Just Askin!
> Speaking as a person with red hair (that's going grey quite quickly) .
> . . the answer to the second on is
> obviously "choose parents with the genes for red hair"; and the other
> one . . . frankly, seeing Sylvester
> Stallone on the television recently, I think I would pass on that . .
> . :)
> I suspect, that when all is said and done, your Livecode programs have
> more influence for good than
> either Carrot Top (whose 'humor' from a British point of view looks
> both weak and infantile) or Sylvester
> Stallone (whose 'muscular morons' look like nothing more than just that).
>> -- Tom McGrath III
>> 3mcgrath at comcast.net
>> On Feb 5, 2011, at 12:37 PM, Richmond wrote:
>>> Um? One wonders how a Sylvester Stallone wannabee ends up
>>> programming with Livecode.
>>> I say "Sylvester Stallone wannabee" because those of us who have
>>> been shot at know that
>>> it ain't like that at all.
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