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28 May 2011 @ 10:44 am
top five meme part one (or, the not-so-visual one)  
So I looked at the top fives and decided that three out of eight required visual evidence and two youtube evidence, so I'm doing two posts. This round is one of the youtube ones and the visual evidence-less ones, the next will be the other youtube spam one and the ones with picspams.

For now you get: top five shows you plan on watching but haven't yet, top five Deadwood quotes, top ten Italian movies (because I couldn't choose five) and top five vampire diaries porn moments.

Top five shows you plan on watching but haven't yet asked by ozmissage:

5. Community: I watched only the finale because Josh Holloway was in it, and I decided it was my kind of fun even if sitcoms aren't usually my thing. I have it downloaded and I should get through it quickly once I manage to start it - at least it's short episodes.

4. White Collar: I DON'T KNOW WHY I'M NOT CAUGHT UP YET. Everyone on my FL gushes about it and geez MATT BOMER IS IN IT but I haven't gotten around to it yet. It's on my list though. Oh yes.

3. Justified: Same as #4. Considering that there's Timothy Olyphant in a cowboy hat and half of the Deadwood cast was in it at some point, I really should have seen this last year. Oh but I'll get around to it.

2. Treme, plus bonus The Wire: meaning, I should finish The Wire before watching Treme, except that in order to watch The Wire properly I need subtitles and full attention, and watching it on the computer makes me get crossed eyes after three episodes. I really need to buy the dvds so I can sit down and go through it comfortably. That said Treme sounds like the kind of show I enjoy, it's written by people from The Wire and features Steve Earle music, so I'm pretty sure I'd dig it.

1. The Sopranos: Or, I'm pretty sure that if I watched this I'd die of happy. The acting looks stellar, it's set in NEW JERSEY, it stars STEVE VAN ZANDT, it's about complicated mafia dealings, it sounds like it's made for me to like it. BUT IT'S TOO LONG AND TOO MANY SEASONS and watching it all on the computer makes me want to slit my wrists. But I will get around to it, I will.

Top Five Deadwood quotes asked by ozmissage: premise: sadly on the internet I can't find half of the ones I want (like most of the Jane/Joanie dialogue or moar Trixie), so these are my favorite five out of the ones you can find for copy/paste without needing to get dvds out. I guess it shows that I'm very, very fond of Al.

5. Al: Did you fuck me when I was out?
Dan: Hell, no.
Al: Then quit looking at me like that.

^ this one killed me back then. Also because Dan was totes in love with him, but.

4. Al Swearengen: Was that a mick regiment?
Pinkerton: Yeah. What were you doing?
Al Swearengen: Cutting throats.
Pinkerton: I was asking whose flag you were under.
Al Swearengen: The famous cocksuckers brigade.

3. Calamity Jane: Any fucking domicile but the graveyard suits me fine. Don't you worry about me. I got things taken care of over here.
Joanie Stubbs: I don't know either. But I do know you're welcome wherever I go.

2. Calamity Jane: Question I wake to in the morning and pass out with at night: "What's my popularity with my fellow white people?"

1. Tie: a) Al Swearengen: Be in my joint in two hours, we're forming a fuckin' government.

b) Al Swearengen: You can't cut the throat of every cocksucker whose character it would improve.

I find 1b to be pretty much true in a lot of occasions. Also yes, half of this are Al quotes, but goddammit he had the best ones.

Top five ten Italian movies asked by space_dementia6

See, for how much I bitch about current Italian cinema (though lately we've started doing great again), I do love Italian cinema. To pieces. Which is why I couldn't pick just one, so you get ten. Sorry in advance for the rambling included.

10. Caro diario (title translated would be Dear Diary, but in the US it was only seen in festivals I think): I'm not putting videos from YT on it because everything I find is in Italian without subs, but anyway. This movie has the director (Nanni Moretti) directing himself in episodes (the most famous is him on a Vespa going around Rome and commenting on what he sees). It's not exactly for all tastes - I don't know how appealing it'd be for someone not familiar with Italian things, and if you don't like Moretti's movies in general you probably wouldn't care for this since it's basically his life philosophy, but I happen to like his movies and I love that while it might seem disconnected in the end it really isn't. And it has some pretty wicked cinematography (especially the aforementioned part where he goes around the city on the Vespa).

9. La maschera del demonio (Black Sunday, but literally it'd be the mask of the devil):

Okay, that trailer is crap and in Italian the whole thing sounds a lot better, but that, my friends, is a damn fine horror movie and I love it to pieces. Mario Bava has to be the most underrated horror director ever or something, especially since he was influential even if not so well known, and that movie is so GOOD. It's genuinely scary, it has some wicked acting, Barbara Steele was perfect in it. Also witches! Dopplegangers! Tension! Black and white with awesome photography! Really, that trailer doesn't do justice to it.

8. I cento passi (The Hundred Steps): or, the last recent movie you can expect, the rest is all pre-80s. xD Okay, this stated. This movie (true story) is about this young man (Peppino Impastato) who lived in Sicily, and he was killed during the seventies because he denounced mafia crimes actively and repeatedly on his radio program (and especially the ones of this boss who lived in a house one hundred steps from his - and his father worked for that boss, and he was supposed to as well). That in a time where you didn't talk about the mafia. It has some amazing performances by all the actors (please don't see it dubbed), it's really well shot (differently from 90% of recent Italian movies which I don't know why but are shot like a TV fiction) and it has some real passion behind it. You can just feel it by watching it. And it made me cry. And it was a huge deal when it came out because the case had just been re-opened. (No video as well since it's all Italian - I doubt this was ever properly released outside Europe.)

7. Sacco e Vanzetti (Sacco and Vanzetti): the trailer is in Italian as I haven't found anything else, but it has Spanish subs and the Joan Baez/Morricone song at the ending, so I figured I'd put it.

This is probably the most known internationally of all the ones I mentioned until now since other than Morricone, the soundtrack was from Joan Baez. Anyway, this movie gets the prize for causing my first, huge movie-related sobfest. I was eight and I don't know why my mother decided I should have seen it THEN, but point is, regardless of the politics implications which just flew over my head back then, when I realized they were going to get sentenced to death for real I cried for twenty minutes. Then I actually re-watched it later and while technically it probably isn't a masterpiece, it really isn't the point. The point is that it gets you to think about a number of issues that go from political to ethical, and it's obvious when you watch it that everyone involved believed in making a movie about that story. Also, it was the first case in my life of movie-that-make-you-feel-genuine-rage. It was probably the first movie with such a serious matter that I've ever seen period - I have attachment to it, dammit.

6. Il grande silenzio (The Great Silence): or, first spaghetti western coming! And jesus THIS MOVIE I LOVE IT. Also, this trailer is what it is because the English dub is awful, but still.

It's not your usual spaghetti. The hero is mute, the heroine is a black woman, the bad guy is a total psycho in a way that I haven't ever seen in a spaghetti, it has a winter setting with snow everywhere which feels totally claustrophobic, it has the most gutting ending I've ever seen in a western period, and there's violence and cynicism up the wazoo. And it's GORGEOUS. The acting is stellar (it'd be worth it just for Jean Louis Trintignant managing to sell his part without having a single line since he's mute, but Klaus Kinski being totally insane is delicious as well - also I have a crush on the leading lady), it has one of the best osts Morricone ever put out and just, I want to marry it. Even if by the end it had left me a mess and really, if you can't stomach punch-to-the-gut endings then you probably should be warned.

5. Per qualche dollaro in più (For a Few Dollars More): or, we get into the top five and finally get proper English trailers. Even though hearing the English dubs will never not be freaking weird.

Or, my favorite spaghetti western/Leone that will ever exist. I'm aware that it's probably the least noticed out of the Man With No Name movies, but I'll always like it better. The cinematography is out of this world good, I love that it's LONG (since they had money and Leone did stuff like he wanted), it has the first example of Leone style duel, the plot is pretty darn good, I love everything it chooses to be (violence up the wazoo included), it has the best spaghetti western ending that will ever be (along with The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, but I like this one slightly better), the humor bits are insanely good and the things I'd do to Clint Eastwood in this - okay, I'll shut up now. (I'd do them in the other two too, don't worry.) Also the soundtrack is gorgeous. (Also I doubted whether I should have put A Fistful of Dollars since it's more important, having started the genre and all, but that one was based on another movie - this is oriiiginal.)

4. I soliti ignoti (Big Deal On Madonna Street - WTF IS THE US TITLE, translated it'd be The Usual Unknowns *headdesk*): or, this trailer is pure crap, but it was the only English one I could find.

So, basically, it boils down to: Mario Monicelli was a genius and once upon a time we made some pretty freaking awesome comedies, and we did it with very little money. And this movie is a riotfest, stars some of the best actors we ever produced, doesn't miss a beat and the ending is just priceless. Also please disregard that remake with George Clooney they did some five/six years ago - it doesn't get better than this one. If you want pure Italian comedy before the age of color kicked in for good, this is it.

3. Umberto D.: no video since there's not even the Italian trailer and the rest are all the ending scene. So. This movie is a masterpiece and if you haven't seen it, you're losing something. Saying it's about a retired professor who can't live with what he gets from the State, only has his dog and gets kicked out of his house from his stupid landlady doesn't really cover it. I've rarely seen any movie deal with loneliness in such a poignant way, actually the entire thing is the definition of poignant, and the fact that most of the actors (protagonist included) weren't professionals just makes it even better. It's going to gut you and make your cry/rage/want to punch the screen, and the problem is that I think that if you take a look around here it wouldn't be hard to find similar situation half a century later. I-love-this-movie, end of story.

2. Roma città aperta (Rome Open City): or, yes, I like Neorealism. Also there isn't a trailer, so I'm just linking you the most famous scene.

So. I can't even count the ways in which I love this movie. Apart from being a pretty remarkable objective result for having been shot with second-hand materials during WWII with American soldiers bringing the generators on set, EVERYTHING. The storytelling - it's a masterpiece on how you make a movie where two/three different storylines meet and come together in the end. THE ACTING. Anna Magnani was out-of-this-world-good, everyone (professional or not) was out-of-this-world good, it utterly captures the atmosphere of post-freed Rome since it was shot just after that happened, and I don't know - I feel like blathering about it wouldn't make it justice in any case since it's too good for words.


1. Ultimo tango a Parigi (Last Tango in Paris): not the proper trailer, it's fan-made, but it works.

Or: this is not just Italian films top ten, this is in my overall top five and forever will be. And no, it's not just because it features naked Marlon Brando. When I saw it first I had figured it'd be just a series of sex scenes (and to be honest right now you see much worse in R-rated movies that don't get banned). I was very much wrong, because okay, it's sex scenes, but it actually says a whole damn lot of things through sex scenes and outside of sex scenes. It might seem like the plot isn't that much, but what there is - the way their anonymous sex affects their real lives, his struggle with his wife killing herself and the fact that he's the one wanting to make a supposedly fake relationship real, it all pans out and it makes this about a lot more than just sex. Also I'm still of the opinion that this is the best acting Marlon Brando ever did, and that's saying a lot. (Not like poor Maria Schneider wasn't good as well.) The cinematography is stunning, the directing is flawless, the music works perfectly too and just, there isn't a single second in this movie that is out of place. I'll take the whole package. Also, it's set in PARIS and I'll never complain about that.

Top five vampire porn diaries moments, asked by mollivanders: or, don't expect me to be original, okay.

5. Stefan and Elena's conversation in The Last Day: it's not really a mystery that I ship that. (Yeah, I don't even know. I'm still like WTF.) I think that they're adorable and that they have one of the few sort-of-mature canon relationships that I've seen even if she's seventeen. Still, in vampire related things you tend to have things romanticized to the umpteenth degree in the 'omg we can be together forever' kinda way - and that's why I loved that scene. They're all being cute and adorable and pretending that this isn't possibly Elena's last day as a human and then she tells him that she loves him but she's darn seventeen and she can't think about being with him for an eternity and forgetting all the rest like having a family and a LIFE. And he gets it. And I was like 'FINALLY', because romance is all good, but it's not always all so great when you see the disadvantages.

4. Caroline and Tyler being adorable in Sun Also Rises tied with Caroline wiping her mom's memories in No Exit: I couldn't choose so I figured I'd go for this. I used to dislike Caroline - now I couldn't have the show without her. She's awesomecakes. And I love her to pieces. And I wanted to choose one but then I figured I'd tie these up. The first because while it was angst-ridden I just loved how adorable they managed to be and how they're so at ease with each other and how they're the most lovely interspecies romance ever. The second - it was the first time I cried while watching this show. Seriously. I might have a thing for self-sacrificing people. And Caroline wiping her mom's memories even when she had been accepted - UGH MY HEART.

The next three will be all very much not varied.

3. Damon and Alaric's conversation in the cellar in As I Lay Dying: there's nothing not awesome about that scene. Apart from Alaric instantly sobering up when he hears that Damon needs someone there - THOSE TWO. Everything about that scene is nailed. Alaric -going- there, Damon asking him to kill him and Alaric being like SCREW YOU NONE OF US IS DRUNK ENOUGH, Alaric giving him blood-spiked whiskey and being intent on helping him all along - those two. Those two.

2. Damon and Alaric's little drinking session at the end of Let The Right One In: or, the moment when I realized I gave a damn about this show and that it wasn't all just about Ian being in it for me. I loved the whole reluctant alliance they had going on, but really - it was pretty much the first time Damon reached out to someone who wasn't Stefan or Elena in earnest ('you can't deny it, we were badass' = <333), and he might have gotten a punch to the face out of it, but considering that he's the reason Alaric is what he is, it was a light consequence. And from then on Alaric hasn't managed to shake him off once and they've drank a lot of alcohol together and they've been awesome and in that moment I just knew that this stupid vampire flick had me for good.

1. Alaric kills Elijah for Damon in The Dinner Party, and pretty much everything that happened right before and after: or, there's a reason why The Dinner Party is my favorite episode, but basically: Alaric kills someone so that Damon doesn't have to and because it'd kill -him- (and the whole exchange on paper before was priceless), and as far as I see it, it's something not many people have done for Damon before. If at all. And he does it out of friendship as he states later (I'm your friend, you don't have any others, let's stop with the bullshit anyone?), and when he states that, Damon doesn't even think about snarking his way out of it. Considering how we started with those two (remember Damon killing Alaric..?), it made me go all heart-shaped eyes because people. THEY'RE FRIENDS. They're not even trying to hide it. THEY'RE BADASS. And Alaric genuinely gives a shit about Damon when he'd have all the reasons not to and when he doesn't have any obligation of any kind to him. And Damon obviously gives a shit as well, which considering that it's HIM we're talking about, isn't really granted. And I just - THESE TWO. THEY MAKE ME HAPPY.

There you go. Lol at the top three being all Damon/Alaric but hey I mean, who do you think I started caring about this show for? ;)

See you next round with the remaining top fives!
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A.vella_amor_dm on May 28th, 2011 09:29 am (UTC)
i love all your favourite Damon and Alaric moments :D those two are so precious and i adore every second that they spend together <33333333

also, catch up with White Collar! it is amazecakes!!!!
the female ghost of tom joad: supernatural dean 3.0janie_tangerine on May 28th, 2011 06:27 pm (UTC)

Oh, I will after finals. I have two months, dammit, I'll have time to catch up with shows. And Matt Bomer, I mean. I NEED THAT MAN BACK IN MY LIFE OKAY.
elliotsmelliot: Deadwood Janeelliotsmelliot on May 28th, 2011 12:59 pm (UTC)
Thanks fr the trip down memory lane with Deadwood! I just re-watched S1 and S2 and the language is one of the best parts.

The music lover in you will really love Treme. Plus more Steve Earle!
the female ghost of tom joad: deadwood trixiejanie_tangerine on May 28th, 2011 06:29 pm (UTC)
Ehe, thank you! I need a full re-watch. I love that show. So much. And I'll never not appreciate the language. ;)

It's on my summer list. After finals I'll have enough time, hopefully. :)
thandiethandie on May 28th, 2011 01:55 pm (UTC)
There are some of those Italian movies I haven't watched yet. I also made a list of great Italian movies to a Danish friend a few days ago, so this is relevant to my interests. :D I adore Nanni Moretti, btw, his world's view is also mine.

I Soliti Sospetti, and Gassman in general, THE LOVE. I also recced to my friend Una Giornata Particolare as a pure masterpiece, it's incredible how beautiful that movie is to me.

Also, WHAT THE HELL ARE THOSE QUOTES. I didn't know Deadwood was slashy too, LOL.

PS: just watched some of the trailers you linked. OMG THAT ENGLISH DUBBING IS AWFUL...I think we are probably lucky as far as dubbing goes here in Italy, because JESUS. :/ How can someone like a movie, even if perfect, with THAT DUBBING? Checking out Il grande silenzio then, I can't believe I've missed this movie, looks like the kind of thing I usually adore!

Edited at 2011-05-28 02:10 pm (UTC)
the female ghost of tom joad: CLINT XQ_janie_tangerine on May 28th, 2011 06:33 pm (UTC)
Moretti! <33 I love his movies. (Did you see the latest one? I was tempted to put that one instead but I went with my first love.)

GASSMANN. Indeed. Though Mastroianni would be my favorite out of that bunch. And nn Una giornata particolare is AWESOME. It didn't make the list here but I love it too.


Ugh. I know? I think dubbing should be abolished for a general rule, really, but yeah 70s English dubs were a lot worse than 70s Italian dubs (though now I think we suck equally lololol). And CHECK IL GRANDE SILENZIO. OH MY GOD IT'S SO BEAUTIFUL AND SO UNDERRATED AND IT TOTALLY HITS ALL MY BUTTONS. I'm pretty sure you'd like it too, lol. ;)
thandiethandie on May 29th, 2011 01:58 pm (UTC)
I haven't watched the last one, yet. You mean Habemus Papam, right? I also loved La stanza del figlio tbh...I don't know, something about his direction/world-view makes me appreciate everything he does. It's like he speaks to my brain directly.

Mastroianni is great, so is Gassmann, and so is a lot of Italian actors of that time. WHAT HAPPENED TO ITALIAN CINEMA. I'm glad to see that it seems like Italian cinema is slowly resurrecting, also thanks to Sorrentino, who IMO is starting to shape as one of the best visual directors the world has seen. I don't think I'm exaggerating, I have big hopes that he'll give Italian cinema a good name again. (I'm not a Benigni supporter when it comes to movies...I like him in other fields, but movie direction is definitely not his thing IMO.)

Also, THANKS TO YOU now I think I'm in love with SIlence and Trintignan's green-eyes and the western on snowy fields idea. And that soundtrack, FUCK. Thank you for existing Morricone. Btw, I've just started watching it and I'm already in love. Is the 'bad guy' the one who was playing the hunchback in For a Few Dollars more? :D

I have to notice the Italian dub is weirdly bad in this one (for the non-Italian actors), while usually these westerns have great dubbing all around (at least Leone's westerns...). I didn't check though, maybe this one is earlier than Leone's?

Still, wonderful movie it's shaping up to be, thanks for the rec!

"though now I think we suck equally lololol"
Oh yeah, at least we have got better with time, while I still think watching one of those Pixar movies with English dub is a painful experience...I always, always watch those in Italian.
the female ghost of tom joad: the great silence >> paulinejanie_tangerine on May 29th, 2011 09:20 pm (UTC)
Yep, I mean that one. It's really good - I'd totally go and recommend it. And nn La stanza del figlio was great. (And Il caimano too - but if I think about that one I feel depressed. Sigh.) But yeah, word on that.


I'm not a Benigni supporter when it comes to movies...I like him in other fields, but movie direction is definitely not his thing IMO.)

... are you me? Because the only Benigni movies I really like are the ones where he isn't directing. XDD And I love everything else he does but I'm not his movie's biggest fan.

And HAHAHAHAHAH SCORE FOR ME. THAT MOVIE IS GORGEOUS. I CAN'T WAIT TO HEAR YOUR OPINION ON THE ENTIRE THING. (Also if you want the soundtrack I can totally upload it for you. It's gorgeous.) AND TRINTIGNANT'S EYES ARE A THING OF BEAUTY. HE IS A THING OF BEAUTY. And haha yeah the bad guy was the hunchback in For A Few Dollars More indeed! ;D

This is from 1968 so it's after-Leone, but believe me, the English dub is worse. Also they changed the names and half of the dialogue, whut. Then again the important one doesn't talk, so. XD
thandiethandie on May 29th, 2011 09:56 pm (UTC)
Same as you on Benigni! Actually I think I wouldn't even know how to place him in regard to how I see him...I think I like him as a personality, but I don't really think of him as an actor or director. He's so more of a stage animal IMO.

THAT MOVIE. I CRIED. The last scene had me jumping in my seat, I couldn't believe it. :// And wow, it makes so sense that this movie is set after Leone's Stranger with No Name's epic, because this one actually gives a new perspective on bandits and bounty hunters. It's perfectly reversed, and I suppose that makes KK's Tigrerio our Clint Eastwood...FUCKING COOL.

I also adore the fact that usually the actors are so inexpressive in these westerns, cold eyes and everything, while this one is ALL played on the VERY expressive eyes of the leads. Same goes for the OST, which IMO is warmer for this movie, than for the other soundtracks Morricone made for the CE's movies.

And then there's the snow, that I'm going to think of as symbolic too, and in perfect opposition to western's usual hot settings. It's like this movie is made to reverse all western's cliche.

The Sheriff is also a very original character! And the lady makes me think very much of Claudia Cardinale in C'era una volta il West, as she's strong and moves forward the plot (unusual in these kind of movies).

All in all, THANK YOU for making me know about this movie. <3<3<3


PS2: I can't believe I didn't know Klaus Kinski well before. I must have been blind!
the female ghost of tom joad: the great silence >> pauline/silencejanie_tangerine on May 29th, 2011 10:37 pm (UTC)
Yeah, he's better at stage things - but he did some pretty good stuff when he wasn't the one directing. (Like, try Jarmusch's Daunbailò. It stars Tom Waits as well. It's awesome. XD) but yeah I love him and I think he's awesome - I'm not that fond of his movies though.

AHA TOLD YOU IT WAS GOOD. AND I KNOW??? :((( I went into it knowing how it ended and I still was like '.... punch to the gut ohmygod NOOOOOOOO ;__________; *WEEPS*'. And I know? I mean, I'll always <333 Leone movies like woah but you can't argue that this one is way historically fairer. And oh dear now I'd just like Clint Eastwood to shoot KK in some random crossover sequel ;) ;) ;)

Also I KNOW? I LIKE THAT THEY ACTUALLY ACT. FOR GOOD. I have a thing for eyes-driven acting but in this one it was just like 'OH MY AWESOME'. I don't even have words for how good JLT is. <333 And yeah word about the western cliché reverse. That's why I love it so hard. Among other reasons. And I think I have a girlcrush on the lady. She's awesome. And SHE'S A REAL CHARACTER! Bless that. I mean, I don't watch spaghetti westerns for rampant feminism, but having a woman who actually plays a role and is actually awesome is refreshing. ♥ and YOU'RE WELCOME, I'll always be happy to pimp this movie out.

theeere you go with the ost!

And heee, I knew KK from some of the movies he did with Werner Herzog, then I found out he did a bunch of spaghetti stuff where he always played the bad guy and I was like 'aha you totally have the right face'. But he's GOOD. Except that in this particular movie I just wanted him to suffer even if I knew he was going to be the only surviving one.
thandiethandie on May 29th, 2011 10:54 pm (UTC)
Never saw that one! I'm actually pretty ignorant about movies with Italian actors. I should definitely upgrade.

AHAH, I thought of CE shooting KK in some crossover movie too, LOL. I mean, KK is SO EVIL in this one, you can't believe it. The weird voice (could it be him speaking? I hear he talks Italian) is a plus.

JLT is like, one of the most beautiful and expressive men in the universe. Like most French actors of those years to be fair...there are a LOT of French actors I dig, to be honest. Remaining in the topic of hotness, i just read on IMDB that Tarantino is still not over with revisiting Italian cinema, so this time it's Django's time. And apparently Franco Nero (one of the best looking Italian actors ever IMO) is going to star in his upcoming movie too.

I googled Franco Nero just for kicks, and yes, still beautiful as I remember him. :)

Yeah, feminism isn't that popular in these movies, of course. :) And of course having a cool strong female in it is a great surprise! She's very beautiful too, WOW. I mean, her eyes!!


Edited at 2011-05-29 10:57 pm (UTC)
the female ghost of tom joad: the great silence >> paulinejanie_tangerine on May 29th, 2011 11:05 pm (UTC)
OH BUT HAI FRANCO NERO UNFFFFFF. YOUR FACE. And oh, Django. That movie is awesome in its over-the-top-about-everything-ness, but it's not like his face doesn't add a very welcome plus. Mmmmhhhhhhhhhhh, ALSO FRANCO NERO STARRING IN A TARANTINO MOVIE OMG AWESOME. Actually Tarantino approaching Django would be awesome since it's not like he hasn't been referencing that since Reservoir Dogs anyway.. XD

Okay, drool fest over, in order. Daunbailò is hilarious really - and the fact that it's an american movie where one of the three leads speaks horrible English-turning-into-Italian half of the time is delightful. I enjoyed it a lot. :D

I KNOW? I mean jesus you don't get more evil than THAT O_o and yeah the Italian voice was so creepy/slimy. It was perfect for their target though, not complaining. But I'd have really liked to see Clint shooting him in an ideal crossover sequel. ;) and nn word about JLT. I totally dig French guys a whole damn lot but damn his face. And I know about the lady? She was stunning. Between him and her it was an overload of stunning. ;)

thandiethandie on May 31st, 2011 04:11 pm (UTC)
Oh ARGH. Ho paura di averti linkato Terrence Hill invece di Franco Nero...solo che poi ho controllato meglio su google e pare sia impossibile capire chi sia quello in foto, Franco Nero o Terrence Hill...viene fuori per tutti e 2, LOL. Oh my, I can't tell!!

Veramente su un sito di TH c'è...forse è TH? MA POSSIBILE CHE NON LI DISTINGUO CON IL CAPPELLO!?
thandiethandie on May 31st, 2011 04:15 pm (UTC)
FUCK, OK. It was TH indeed, in the Django sequel...they are twins!
the female ghost of tom joad: the great silence >> pauline/silencejanie_tangerine on June 3rd, 2011 11:22 pm (UTC)
... LOL THEY DO LOOK ALIKE. Tho on closer look yeah, that one is Terence Hill. He has a uh, thinner face? Maybe? FN has it more squared. Or something. Idk I re-watched Django like last week, it's there in my head but idk how to put it.
thandie: sammy ridiculous facethandie on May 29th, 2011 02:11 pm (UTC)
I feel i need to inform you of the fact that the scene of the bounty hunter eating chicken just came up, while I'm having late lunch, and I almost threw up on my keyboard, LOL. Aw, Italian westerns without disgusting eating habits are not the same. :P
the female ghost of tom joad: the great silence >> paulinejanie_tangerine on May 29th, 2011 09:20 pm (UTC)
... ahahhaha that one was disgusting. But yeah they totally shape the experience xDDD
ozmissage: TVD. Damon/Alaric. better mistakes.ozmissage on May 29th, 2011 04:56 am (UTC)
All of those quotes are so awesome. Al really did get the best lines. <3

I can't wait to hear your thoughts on Justified. God, Timothy Olyphant is insanely hot on that show. Okay, so he's always hot, but he's a special kind of hot when he's Raylan.

GUH. So many Alaric/Damon moments. Those boys are too awesome for their own good.

Edited at 2011-05-29 04:56 am (UTC)
the female ghost of tom joad: the vampire porn damon/alaricjanie_tangerine on May 29th, 2011 10:40 am (UTC)
Al was the best. End of story. I loved him and everything he chose to be. More or less.

I need to watch it. It won't be until July because I have finals until then and I can't afford watching a new show, but it's totally the first I'm going for. I WANT TO WATCH IT DAMMIT.

It's kind of ridiculous that I couldn't just avoid having Damon & Alaric steal the entire show. XD BUT I LOVE THEM OKAY.
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the female ghost of tom joad: the vampire porn damon/alaric phonejanie_tangerine on June 3rd, 2011 11:20 pm (UTC)
WELCOME TO THE DARK SIDE DEAR.We don't have cookies, but we have alcohol and we're badass. ;) And you can't deny it.


I love them. So. Much.