She will wear something understated and sophisticated.
The in-joke where Hanks is made up as his 'Bosom Buddies' character's female alter ego during the period that takes place during the 1980's went right over the heads of my audience.
Damn modern audiences, not clinging to references from second-rate sitcoms from the 80s.
It's already openned?
This thing likes like it could be really good. I have been waiting for something like this for a long time.
Lana has the absolute worst hair don't for a middle aged woman in history.
You know she thinks she is all edgy ....
Honey, magenta dreads never work.
On a serious note, they might not even show up for anything. Aren't they notoriously reclusive?
If they do, I hope they apologize for the Matrix sequels.
Oh, it opens the 26th.
I liked the sequels.
Went to a screening Thursday night. Many differences from the book. Mostly to condense it and dumb it down. Hanks is completely wrong for his (many) parts as is Susan Sarandon.
I wonder if anyone who hasn't read the book can really understand what is going on in the movie.
The futuristic part is the best part, which is not say much.
It looks like every other Wachowski film: overdone and subtle as being hit with a sledgehammer to the head. They need to know that less is more.
I read "Cloud Atlas" when it came out, and loved it. I'm not sure I want to see the movie, though - the book is one of my all-time favorites, and the Wachowskis are wildly inconsistent directors.
What a [italic][bold]MAGNIFICENT[/bold] [/italic]cunt you are, OP.
Even by DL standards.
[quote] "Went to a screening Thursday night."
[bold] MARY! [/bold]
Sorry R18, it was a screening. I didn't pay to see it, and I'm glad I didn't.