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2021-10-25 5:16:19 PM  
when you are onstage, there is always someone better than you.
Learn from them.

And the ones that need a boost?
Help 'em out.
 
2021-10-25 5:20:28 PM  
'I never stood and acted with that level of talent before'

Kind of dissing his previous co-stars, isn't he? Much be a passive aggressive result of his self-esteem issues stemming from being Aquaman.
 
2021-10-25 6:28:44 PM  
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2021-10-25 6:40:11 PM  

Mugato: Kind of dissing his previous co-stars, isn't he?


Emilia Clarke's acting does not need to be dissed.

We all know it's bad.
 
2021-10-25 6:58:57 PM  
Jason Momoa did an excellent job even if I insist on referring to the character now as Dunkin Dudebro. But rereading God Emperor of Dune now and I can see him fitting in there even if it's otherwise unfilmable.
 
2021-10-25 7:00:22 PM  
But Javier Bardem was fantastic as Stilgar, aka Old Spice.
 
2021-10-25 7:03:14 PM  

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Came here for this.   Leaving satisfied.
 
2021-10-25 7:21:05 PM  
Momoa was farking great as usual
 
2021-10-25 7:24:17 PM  

Boojum2k: But Javier Bardem was fantastic as Stilgar, aka Old Spice.


So that's why the movie stunk.
 
2021-10-25 7:24:51 PM  

moothemagiccow: Momoa was farking great as usual


And Momoa's role was bigger than I thought as the sequence that was cut in the 80's flick was left in, the part where Duncan helps them escape.
 
2021-10-25 7:56:33 PM  
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The A in acting is for Ass
 
2021-10-25 7:59:12 PM  

Boojum2k: Jason Momoa did an excellent job even if I insist on referring to the character now as Dunkin Dudebro. But rereading God Emperor of Dune now and I can see him fitting in there even if it's otherwise unfilmable.


I think it could work as an anime parody.

Change it up.  Have him actually build the impressive fake genitals. Make it funny.
 
2021-10-25 8:05:23 PM  
I really like Aquabro in everything he's done, even if the material stinks his energy makes him watchable.
 
2021-10-25 8:07:10 PM  
All I know is somebody needs to learn about 'adapting'.
 
2021-10-25 8:29:31 PM  

Bslim: I really like Aquabro in everything he's done, even if the material stinks his energy makes him watchable.


Hmm. I'm mostly familiar with his work on SG:A, so I was happy he didn't have too many lines in Dune.

/M'boy!
 
2021-10-26 5:29:35 AM  
TFA is blocked in the EU :-/

So who does he admire?
 
2021-10-26 5:47:50 AM  

danny_kay: TFA is blocked in the EU :-/

So who does he admire?


I usually skip Some Guy links... but he's talking about Javier Bardem.
 
2021-10-26 5:50:47 AM  

Alphax: danny_kay: TFA is blocked in the EU :-/

So who does he admire?

I usually skip Some Guy links... but he's talking about Javier Bardem.


ah okay.

Thanks :)
 
2021-10-26 7:18:37 AM  

Bslim: I really like Aquabro in everything he's done, even if the material stinks his energy makes him watchable.


He was perfect casting in his Conan movie.

Casting him was the ONLY thing that movie did right.
 
2021-10-26 8:20:10 AM  

Boojum2k: But Javier Bardem was fantastic as Stilgar, aka Old Spice.


Yeah, his role in part one was small, but still impactful.
 
2021-10-26 9:05:35 AM  

Boudyro: Bslim: I really like Aquabro in everything he's done, even if the material stinks his energy makes him watchable.

He was perfect casting in his Conan movie.

Casting him was the ONLY thing that movie did right.


Would it be possible for someone who wants to film a Conan story to actually read a Conan story? Just once?

The Howard stories are only around 14,000 words each. They can't be THAT hard to comprehend.
 
2021-10-26 9:47:30 AM  
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2021-10-26 11:24:38 AM  

Bslim: I really like Aquabro in everything he's done, even if the material stinks his energy makes him watchable.


This!
He manages to skate by in Dune right on the edge of being "not the best actor" instead being completely endearing. It works. And he adds a very important lighter element to an otherwise very heavy sci fi flick.

I *really* appreciate that he has no problem acknowledging that he's probably the least-talented actor on the set of Dune...it's true...but that's not a negative. He's perfect for the role.

Seems like whatever I see him in, he makes it at least watchable with his natural charisma.
 
2021-10-26 11:51:38 AM  

Boojum2k: But Javier Bardem was fantastic as Stilgar, aka Old Spice.


Agreed.
Didn't even know it was him. I had assumed they had cast someone who was really like that.
His intonation, his pacing, his emotions, his timing.
The guy did his homework.
 
2021-10-26 1:23:11 PM  

clkeagle: Boudyro: Bslim: I really like Aquabro in everything he's done, even if the material stinks his energy makes him watchable.

He was perfect casting in his Conan movie.

Casting him was the ONLY thing that movie did right.

Would it be possible for someone who wants to film a Conan story to actually read a Conan story? Just once?

The Howard stories are only around 14,000 words each. They can't be THAT hard to comprehend.


I would have really liked to see him in a good Conan movie.  Although that opening scene with the race was pretty badass, the rest of the movie was not.
 
2021-10-27 6:21:56 AM  

clkeagle: Boudyro: Bslim: I really like Aquabro in everything he's done, even if the material stinks his energy makes him watchable.

He was perfect casting in his Conan movie.

Casting him was the ONLY thing that movie did right.

Would it be possible for someone who wants to film a Conan story to actually read a Conan story? Just once?

The Howard stories are only around 14,000 words each. They can't be THAT hard to comprehend.


I think they tried to make a Howard story, they just did it poorly.

Lightning only struck once for that franchise, but when it did, holy fark.
 
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