^^^ I mostly agree with ya Bee, not lookin to debate, lol.
But I do disagree about hollywoods approach. A, Heath 's best performance was in Brokeback Mountain. That's what I was referring to, it's more risky and harder to do simplistic, then to go nuts as the joker, thats kinda easy to play a nut case.
I dont wanna debate cause I am doing so in a zillion places at once... ARghhh lol
FROM ANOTHER PLACE....
DorkmanScott posted:As for talking about Heath, I don't know if you've ever watched any marketing,E_F
No, I have not watched any marketing, I am just talkin out my ass.
DorkmanScott posted:whenever there's a really stunning performance in a film, they always promote the hell out of it, having everyone talk about how great it is. E_F
Indeed, but ya know, when I see a commercial for the film with actors behind the scenes talking about how great heath is and not even addressing the film itself, then there's a problem, for me anyways. I have never seen that for a movie preview.... That's NOT a movie preview, it's propaganda at it's lowest level of financial gain out of physical loss.
DorkmanScott posted:Frankly, I think it's great that they're promoting and really paying tribute to a great actor in what is apparently a great performance -E_F
Are they really paying tribute to a great actor? Or are they taking advantage of his death and marketing it?
I'll take a chill pill, I just get sick of how Heath's death is OVER exposed so the film can generate more financial flow, but money is money, and that's the WB.
And yeah, the bold in your quote me post is me. I love Heath and his work, I just dont love the fact that WB is actually making his death bigger then his roll.