For a minute, I thought of James Marsters, the Buffy guy with the amazing English accent. Not sure if I've seen Marsden in anything else but 30 Rock, but he's got good chemistry with Fey there. Really should be in more episodes.
Jackman&XeniaOnatopp are okay too.
I see the first X-Men (and some of the sequels) are relatively short for the genre. I may catch the first before the holidays and continue if it's good.
They're pretty short films, yes, and they feel even shorter. It's very easy watching, and don't expect to be using your brain terribly much for it.
(ironic for something that considers itself vaguely sci-fi, but yeah...)
Are you watching this season of 30 Rock?
Oh, and on the topic of Kevin Bacon, I recently watched (only parts of, couldn't take the entire movie )
The Woodsman, and oh wow, he is just amazing. Amazing. I can't think of a more difficult role.
Me neither really, at least not from the big names. Maybe an unknown or regular tv actress could do the best job.
Yep, but who knows if they'd be willing to risk it. I'm preparing myself for Jessica Biel as Liz Taylor at some point.
I saw the first Twilight film because of curiosity and the second mainly for the campiness. Shortly after they came out on dvd. Don't really remember much apart from the very basic plot. A friend of mine used to work at a theatre back when the franchise started and said he's never seen a messier place than after a Twilight movie.
My vampire fav is the 1979 version of Nosferatu. Could hardly think of a better premise than Herzog directing Kinski, Adjani and Ganz (who's known mostly for playing Hitler, but great in everything he's in) and it fully delivered. Also quite enjoyed the two recent Let-the-right-one-in-movies. The final swimming pool scene is mindblowing.
Haven't seen Nosferatu, I'll put it on my to watch list. I really like Bruno Ganz from the flashes of what I've seen of his work, what would be his best film?
For Let The Right One In, I liked the Swedish one, but didn't like the US one.
It's silly but I just can't take to Chloe Moretz, I don't know why. Lina Leandersson was amazing.