Thursday, 3 March 2011

A little guilt goes a long way

The Machinist (2004)
Chosen by Victoria Charvill who had this to say about it: 'Although a little disturbing to see Bale so thin, there are two sides to his performance, the physical and his psychological. It is certainly one of his best performances and really makes Reznik come to life'


T h e   c e n t r a l   m y s t e r y   i s   a   l i t t l e   t o o   o n   t h e   n  o s e   
(t w i s t   m o v i e s   o f t e n   f a l l   i n t o   t h i s,   a s   a n   e n d i _ _   t h a t   d o e s n' t   c h e a t   w i l l   n e v e r   _ e   a s   c r a _ y   a s   t h e   e a r l i e r   a c t s  -  D a v i d   L y n c _   d o e s   i t    _ y   _ o t  
_ i v i _ _   a   d a m n   i f   t h e   v i e w e r   r e a l i s e s   w h a t   i s   _ o i n _   o n   o r   n o t),   s t i l l,  i t   i s   w e l l   t o l d.
A n   a i r   o f   h o r r i d   _ r i m e   a n d   m i s e r y   c o v e r s   e v e r y   s c e n e   a n d   _ a l e    i s   t e r r i _ i c,  s c o r i n _   t h e   i n s a n i t y     
e f f e c t i v e l y.




E (me), A (Paul), T (Rosie), I (Peter) H (Vicky) S (Steven), N (Carl), D (Ruth),C (Vicky) O (Laura), V (Andy) R (Leigh and Fiendil - I'm not sure who you are I realise), F (Rosie), L (Sam) Y (Vicky) W and M (Sam)


And we have our first incorrect letter - Epsilon (Nick, that wag). So four lives left.


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