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  1. 9 points
    UPDATE: For anyone who is interested, I had a kidney transplant last week! Completely unexpected, having only just been listed, but so amazing! Home recovering now & under fresh shielding guidelines (another 3 months! ) so LFCC in November is still pretty much off the table for me. I just wanted to say thank you again for the support & I hope everyone had fun in November! LOVE YOU GUYS!!!
  2. 5 points
    Nichelle Nicholls - Lieutenant Uhura
  3. 5 points
    William O'Connell in Star Trek Original Series. Journey to Babel Episode.
  4. 2 points
    No but this is Technically I got this one in 2019 (so sue me). I checked and I never posted it last year. Can't imagine why not
  5. 2 points
    Rochenda Karen Sandall from Star Wars; The Rise of Skywalker.
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    EUROVISION SONG CONTEST: THE STORY OF FIRE SAGA (2020) 3* (No spoilers) What a peculiar event for Hollywood to make a movie out of, I didn't think Americans even knew what Eurovision was. It turns out producer/star Will Ferrell was introduced to the contest by his Swedish wife and immediately became a fan. Like most of Ferrell's films, I thought this was pretty mediocre. Ferrell and Rachel McAdams play an unpopular Icelandic pop-duo with dreams of winning Eurovision and making Iceland (and Ferrall's father, Pierce Brosnan) proud. It's a pretty standard underdog story, there's nothing new here. But there are emotional beats within the film which are overly-sentimental at times which becomes confusing as you try to separate drama from comedy. It's as if the film is confused about what genre it is; a drama that wants to be a comedy or a comedy that wants to be a drama. The casting of McAdams (not really known for comedy) is also an odd choice and only takes away the comedy aspect even further while the chemistry between her and Ferrell is pretty underwhelming. There is also a love-story subplot between the two leads which I felt was unnecessary and only added to the film's long length. There's a scene that really felt like the film's climax but when it was over I checked the timer to see there was still 30+ mins left. What was also unnecessary was the Russian rival (Dan Stevens) who's purpose and motivation in the story is unclear. Was he supposed to be an antagonist or not?? It's not a bad film but as comedies go I expected something lighter and shorter. Eurovision fans will be glad to know there is a musical sequence halfway into the film that features cameos from past Eurovision contestants, all singing right into the camera just like a music video. This was obviously fan-service but it came at a cost because it really took me out of the film...especially when that bearded transgender winner from 2014 turned up. I shuddered. BLADES OF GLORY (2007) was better.
  9. 1 point
    Sooner here than we think
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    David Duchonvy Gillian Anderson Matt Smith Peter Capaldi Jenna Coleman
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    Clive Owen Matt Ryan Idris Elba Wentworth Miller Joanna Lumley & David McCallum Lena Headey Stephen Fry Kurt Russell Heather Langenkemp Nathan Fillion
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    John Ashton from Beverly Hills Cop.
  13. 1 point
    Not quite the same as the real thing but...... ..... happy memories
  14. 1 point
    Eurovison Song Contest: The Story Of Fire Saga. It's a weird film, kind of a cross between a comedy and something else, I'm not sure what but it feels like it's trying to be something else. I didn't find it outright funny, though I did laugh in a few places. I really enjoyed it though and would say it certainly worth a watch, and I really liked the music as well.
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