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Random Rewatch - C13 Terminal
trevor travis
JustBrad wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

I've always thought that watching Blake is like a slow motion train wreck. I know how it ends and can't look away. I had forgotten how much that Terminal has that same sense of impending doom.


Rather like the last two acts of Hamlet.


Actually, after the final scene of "Blake", with Avon still straddling Blake's body, I imagine a certain theme breaking out. Happiness is a cigar called Hamlet Wink
Edited by trevor travis on 29 November 2016 20:20:11
 
meegat39
Travisina wrote:

JustBrad wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

I've always thought that watching Blake is like a slow motion train wreck. I know how it ends and can't look away. I had forgotten how much that Terminal has that same sense of impending doom.


Rather like the last two acts of Hamlet.

And not dissimilar in terms of fatalities amongst main characters.


Has Ane else seen the end of Six Feet Under? I watched it recently, wept buckets but thought itbwas amazing!
"If you didn't want the answer, you shouldn't have asked the question."
 
JustBrad
Blake looking very Shroud of Turin like.
 
Hugbot
Travisina wrote:

JustBrad wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

I've always thought that watching Blake is like a slow motion train wreck. I know how it ends and can't look away. I had forgotten how much that Terminal has that same sense of impending doom.


Rather like the last two acts of Hamlet.

And not dissimilar in terms of fatalities amongst main characters.

The BBC production of Hamlet (with Derek Jacobi and Patrick Steward) was Imy introduction to The Bard at the tender age of 17 .... I loved it!
 
JustBrad
Hugbot wrote:


The BBC production of Hamlet (with Derek Jacobi and Patrick Steward) was Imy introduction to The Bard at the tender age of 17 .... I loved it!


One of the best.

Try Brannagh's Henry V, McKellan's Richard III, and Patrick Stewart's MacBeth (all film versions).
Edited by JustBrad on 29 November 2016 20:22:39
 
trevor travis
Ellen York wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Vila takes charge, proving again that he's far from stupid.


Vila isn't stupid, he just doesn't like being in charge (an attitude I can sympathize with)


He's not stupid, he's not expendable and he doesn't plan to be on the Libby as it explodes Wink
 
trevor travis
I'LL BE BACK!!

Terry should have sued the Terminator producers for nicking his line!
 
trevor travis
It's curious that Servie's people are dressed up as Jimmy Savile rather than Federation Guards....
 
JustBrad
Now who can't tell the difference between Reality and a Drug Induced Electronic Dream.
 
Hugbot
JustBrad wrote:

Hugbot wrote:


The BBC production of Hamlet (with Derek Jacobi and Patrick Steward) was Imy introduction to The Bard at the tender age of 17 .... I loved it!


One of the best.

Try Brannagh's Henry V, McKellan's Richard III, and Patrick Stewart's MacBeth (all film versions).

Two down, one to go! Loved Branagh's Henry, and Stewart's Macbeth was outstanding (by the way, I watched after you mentioned it here on Horizon - thanks for the tip!)
 
meegat39
trevor travis wrote:

It's curious that Servie's people are dressed up as Jimmy Savile rather than Federation Guards....


Lol!
"If you didn't want the answer, you shouldn't have asked the question."
 
BradPaula
JustBrad wrote:

Now who can't tell the difference between Reality and a Drug Induced Electronic Dream.


Brexit and Trump. 'Nuff said?
 
trevor travis
Yay, Servie!!

What about that... the obvious trap turned out to be a trap.
 
Travisina
Hugbot wrote:

The BBC production of Hamlet (with Derek Jacobi and Patrick Steward) was Imy introduction to The Bard at the tender age of 17 .... I loved it!

I loved that version!
My introduction to Hamlet (and Shakespeare) was this - our English teacher brought the record to class. I fell instantly in love, borrowed the record from her and played it over & over again until I knew it by heart. Michael Redgrave Hamlet.
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There's no point being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes
 
Ellen York
I love Servalan's dress Wink
 
meegat39
Ellen York wrote:

I love Servalan's dress Wink


Me too
"If you didn't want the answer, you shouldn't have asked the question."
 
trevor travis
"That looks like a visual image structeriser"

I was just thinking exactly the same!!!
 
Travisina
JustBrad wrote:

Hugbot wrote:


The BBC production of Hamlet (with Derek Jacobi and Patrick Steward) was Imy introduction to The Bard at the tender age of 17 .... I loved it!


One of the best.

Try Brannagh's Henry V, McKellan's Richard III, and Patrick Stewart's MacBeth (all film versions).

And Polanski's Macbeth, starring Jon Finch & Francesca Annis, with Martin Shaw as Banquo.
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There's no point being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes
 
trevor travis
NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
trevor travis
The most emotional death in B7 is that of a 'computer' Sad
 
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