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  • Season One is a 2-disc DVD and live album released by Suburban Legends in 2004. Disc 1 contains footage of a live set performance from Oakland, California.





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"The Lovely Bones"




"The Lovely Bones"





(Sigh).....Well, I couldn't help it. For a film buff and fanatic, I commited a huge sin, at least in my eyes.
Recently I've been checking the Google news on this film, to read reviews and new information. Two days ago it was revealed that the film was uploaded on the internet on some sights, and in some cases viewing was free.
I thought about, said I wouldn't try to find it, then gave in a little, then decided not to again, and then I finally decided to give in: I saw The Lovely Bones online.
Seeing a film online in my opinion is the worst thing anyone can do, because it completely strips film of one of its advantages: to experience it in the controlled, viewing environment of the theatre.
So I'm a moron, and gave into my desires, and saw it. I couldn't wait any longer to see the filmmaking of it.

Well, first of all I'm not going to talk much about it because I don't want to spoil anything. I would like to start by saying that I can't believe this film is receiving so much criticism; it's one of the best films of the year. I easily would give it a B+ for a rating.
Yes Peter Jackson did the LOTRs trilogy, and yes The Return of the King is one of the greatest films ever, but I think The Lovely Bones is his best film, right behind TROTK and Heavenly Creatures.
He did a really good job with what he had. He directed the cast really well, and did a good job at balancing the Heaven sequences with the Earth sequences and the numerous genres within the film (those are two things most reviewers criticized him for, and I think he did a superb job with them). Personally I was worried about his handling of the drama, returning him the days of Heavenly Creatures---I was shocked to see how well he handled it.
The only problem with the story, and I think is really what all the reviewers are missing, is that the film is too quick. It's tightly done, which is good, and from that aspect Jackson did a good job, but overall the film is too fast. Now either that could be the script or the editing or both. But recent interviews that I've read and watched suggests that it's the editing, because a lot of extra stuff was filmed, that was in the final script, but was cut out for the final product. And, despite wonderful performances, because of this, it's hard to stay focused on one character and thus connect deeply with them. But it still works, and works well.
As for the performances, Wahlberg was good, Weis had very little scenes but was really good, Sarandon was really good, Rose McIver was really astounding (to my shock). Then we get to the two main characters: Susie and Harvey.
The only major scene that these two are both in is the rape scene. This scene is such an achievement in acting, and the way these two actors play off each other is brilliant. The actual murder isn't shown in the film, which actually got many people angered (it's depicted graphically in the novel). I think that this was the right decision Jackson made, not just because of the content of the film, but from a filmmaking standpoint, as he was able to employ other storytelling techniques. Anyway, this scene is so gorgeously crafted, and despite having good visuals and lighting, this scene is driven and suceeds on the acting. How Ronan acts with such maturity in a situation like this is stunning; she unravels her emotions beautifully. She builds up her tension and fear so well. And as for Tucci, the way he unravels his emotions is mesmerizing too. He really, really makes you feel, the audience member, like your the one pinned against the wall. This scene was a stunning achievement.
All in all Saoirse Ronan (Susie) was pretty, pretty, pretty damn good; she is one helluva mature actress for her age. If she doesn't receive more recognition for this film, that is really bad. She really delved into Susie's mind and captured the love and understanding a 14 year old girl has, especially when driven through what her character goes through.
As for Stanely Tucci as Harvey....well he was blow away. Easily the performance of his career. He lived that character, and really delved into his mind. He stole every scene he was in. It was such an internal performance, which I think is the greatest performance to watch an actor portray. If it wasn't for Christoph Waltz of Inglourious Basterds taking center stage this awards season, I think Tucci would easily be getting recognition, which I think he deserves. He was in two scenes that I think were the most powerful of the film: one from a pure acting standpoint, with some filmmaking, and the other from a pure filmmaking standpoint, with some acting. Without giving much away, the former statement refers to the scene when Walhberg realizes Harvey murdered Susie. That's a powerful scene and is put together real well (credit Jackson too). The latter statement deals with the "Hitchcockian" sequence every reviewer praises, when Harvey is chasing Susie's sister through his house after she broke in. That scene is a perfect achi











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I haven't finished all the ones I have at home yet, and still I can't help myself but buy some more. I think I have a compulsive book buying habit :o)

Anyway, these are the last two Temperance Brennan novels. For those who love Bones, drop the series and read the novels : as usual these are at least 100x better (although David Boreanaz is how I imagine Andrew Ryan to be, I really don't like the brushed up/ nerdy version of Tempe on screen).

And then I also got the 4 Dexter novels by Jeff Lindsay. I watched season 1 online and liked it, so I figured the novels would be even better. I'll let you know if my prediction is true :o)









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