|Im not too sure about that, judging from the fact that my friends and I had a girls night where we went to see the movie 300. Apparently blood and epic warfare can be popular with even the girliest of girls as long as nobodys wearing a shirt, especially if one of those people is Gerard Butler.
LMAO! You're right of course. When I said "most" women would probably not be interested, I tried to leave my statement open ended enough for diverging opinion. No offense was intended, and I'm glad that you and your gal-friends apparently enjoyed '300' as much as I did, although probably for different reasons :-)
My only problem with the way Beowulf looks is that Angelina is the WRONG person for Grendels mother. Shes supposed to be scary in the ancient-monster-hag way, not the frighteningly-large-lips way.
hehehe! Being a male stoat I hadn't noticed her lips in a negative way, but in all honesty I usually have a tough time being critical of ladies :-) With Hyzenthlay as Casting Director, who would you have cast for the part?
posted on 11/11/2007 10:41:13 PM PST
(Rice / Coulter 2008: Smart Ladies for a Strong America)
Cast as Grendel’s Mother? Helen Thomas, of course.
posted on 11/11/2007 11:50:10 PM PST
by Slings and Arrows
("Be deranged in a consistent manner. Manson was nuts, but at least he was always on message." --dead)
I don’t know... anyone who’s good at acting, especially in situations where there are green screens and spandex outfits and not a lot of realism on the set, and then she could just be digitally monster-ised afterwards. Even Angelina might have been OK if they hadn’t made her look so much like... Angelina, and more like an old female monster-thing, like Grendel’s mother in Beowulf & Grendel was pretty good IMO.
posted on 11/12/2007 12:00:41 PM PST
(Halo 3 is making me realise that Microsoft is not entirely evil.)
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