epiphany_maria (epiphany_maria) wrote,

Trailers and a Tape Tale

‘Elfie Hopkins’ trailer
People move into small town, the gurning Elfie suspects them. This looks cheap.

The Dark Knight Rises’ trailer
This looks angsty and over wrought. Bane’s mask is silly. Who is the ‘Third Rock From The Sun’ kid supposed to be? This looks uh.

Best Lines:
“I won’t bury you.”

“You don’t owe these people any more.”

‘Revenge’ 1x18/1x19/1x20 promos

‘Vanishing Act’ promo
This 1988 TV movie looks good.

‘Sherlock’ series 2 promos
The USA and South Korea respect the subtext!
I may review ‘New Moon’ and ‘Shutter Island’ (the film).

The Glades’ 1x02 blew, I don’t think I’ll be reviewing or watching this.

‘Glee’ Quote:
“You were supposed to pick a song that gave woman the self esteem and courage to get the hell out of an abusive situation. But, oh, no! You pick a song about crazy women in their panties killing their men for chewing gum! How is that supposed to help?”

Cleared out a tape from 1996 (I think). First up was a TV movie ‘Midnight’s Child’ in which Marcy Walker and Cotter Smith’s characters hire a Swedish au pair (Olivia D’Abo) to mind their child Christina. The au pair is a wonderful girl who takes great care of the child and delights dad sending mom into a paranoid spiral. Mom vents to her co-worker (Roxann Biggs). Is there something weird about the au pair or is mom just a nut? Nope, the au pair is a bride of satan and she is looking to recruit the next generation. This was dull with bizarre character changes and bad acting.

Then came a ‘The Pretender’ ep ‘Collateral Damage’ in which Jarod became an army ranger. Daniel Dae Kim guest starred and Miss Parker baby sat. Yawn. Then there was a season 1 ‘Xena Warrior Princess’ ep ‘Chariots of War’ in which Xena played house for a man with a bad perm and his moppets. But Xena decided housefrau was not the life for her and went off to fight subhuman parasites who feast on others misery aka warlords.
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