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Ваш любимый фильм с Хартнеттом / Your favorite film with Hartnett

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Опрос

Любимый фильм
Факультет

29% - 14
Хеллоуин: 20 лет спустя

0% - 0
О

0% - 0
Перл Харбор

17% - 8
Падение Черного Ястреба

4% - 2
40 дней и 40 ночей

4% - 2
Голливудские копы

0% - 0
Одержимость

23% - 11
Без ума от любви

6% - 3
Счастливое число Слевина

14% - 7
Голосов: 47

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=Настюффка= написал(а):

что такое спойлеры?)))И почему их нельзя создавать без предупреждения?

Из Википедии:
В кино, компьютерных играх, литературе спойлер — преждевременно раскрытая важная информация, которая портит впечатление от игры/книги/фильма и разрушает их интригу; реже — лицо, которое эту информацию преждевременно раскрыло. Классический пример спойлера, вошедший в анекдоты — имя убийцы в детективе («убийца — садовник»). :glasses:

В форуме также ))) просьба предупреждать о спойлере, чтобы : :idea:  Внимание Спойлер !

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здесь прячем информацию, например ту,что  не каждый хочет знать заранее : рассказ о увиденном фильме с подробностями

:glasses:

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=Настюффка= написал(а):

Ваш,ваш...Пасиб)))А Вы не могли бы мне сказать(я тут не совсем освоилась)что такое спойлеры?)))И почему их нельзя создавать без предупреждения?

у нас для подобных вопросов есть топик FAQ, там все написано)))

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Одержимость!!! Когда посмотрела - несколько дней ходила под впечатлением. Долго искала его в интернете нашла!!! И саундтрек просто оболденный, когда в конце он в аэропорту увидел свою любовь... Coldplay The Science

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Ура! Новичок с Украины !  Lesenok!   Добро пожаловать!  :)

Lesenok написал(а):

Одержимость!!!

Ты не одинока!  :)  Многие любят этот фильм!  Какие фильмы с Джошем ещё смотрела?

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Товарищи, я вчера только первые полчаса Слевина посмотрела но уже ОБОЖАЮ СИЁ КИНО!  http://i047.radikal.ru/0803/1a/4154104f0113.gif

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Пух, ну как, "Слевина" досмотрела? Понравился?

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Miaow, да ещё и не закачалося пока  http://i017.radikal.ru/0803/5b/658ec5c9d311.gif

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одержимость-отличный фильм, недавно его посмотрела осталась под впечатлением!  http://i015.radikal.ru/0803/17/225ee3643c70.gif  Без ума от любви-хорошо сыграл, не каждый так сможет. Еще хочу отметить фильм СЧС-просто красавчик!!! http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/i-m_so_happy.gif

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100% согласна, soleil! Ещё "Факультет" отличный фильм...
Welcome on forum!  :flag:

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Спасибо! "Факультет" и "40 дней 40ночей" - класс!

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приветик! а я выбрала ФАКУЛЬТЕТ - потому что, это первый фильм который я увидела с Джошем и сразу в него влюбилась! http://i047.radikal.ru/0803/1a/4154104f0113.gif

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Слевин. После него я "увидела" Джоша.

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"Моцарт и Кит" (или "Без ума от любви" по нашему)

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написала, что Факультет, хотя он мне еще очень нравится в Девственницах-самоубийцах, но его здесь в опросе нет :flirt:

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К Джошу присматривалась давно... Заметила его после Факультета конечно, удар был несмертельный! Хотя впечатление оказал...не спорю, там Родригес всех затмил: http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/swoon2.gif 
Такая тема была затронута, режиссура, спецэффекты по тем временам силные...
А потом Слевин с Одержимостью подошли... Не знаю даже, кто лучше? Наверное Одержимость, я ведь сентиментальная до чёртиков. А Джош там такой трогательный....Ну покорил, в общем....ОСНОВАТЕЛЬНО и БЕСПОВОРОТНО http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/light_skin/give_heart2.gif
ПЕрл Харбор И Чёрного ястреба уже после смотрела, блокбастеры не люблю, У Ястреба опять же Ридли Скотт хорош, правду любит...(Нафига вообще войны нужны, если они такие бессмесленные?)
Август понравился тоже по этому: как делаются деньги из воздуха ясно нам показано! Теперь вот криз мировой, так сказать плоды пожинаем. Джошик здесь само совершенство во всём...Что бы он ни делал, приятно наблюдать... и таять. :D

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Люблю:
Факультет - как первое для меня открытие.. открытием стал сам Джошка
Одержимость - этот романтический фильм не возможно не любить!
Перл Харбр - очень красивое кино, в нем есть любовь, история, красота ....
но все таки.. Слевина люблю больше! за него и отдаю голос.

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Я вас помучаю сегодня фото спамом, в честь рождественских каникул Джоша Хартнетта.
Любимый фильм
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на втором месте
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Ностальгический пост: топ 7 фильмов с Джошем Хартнеттом, что вы должны посмотреть.

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A Josh Hartnett Movie Marathon: The 7 Nostalgic & Swoon-Worthy Roles You Need To See
by Heather Snowden,  May 25th, 2016 at 2:38pm

It's been 15 years since we were treated to Michael Bay's dramatic retelling of Pearl Harbor, and while we're focusing on the movie's star-studded cast and its comic book connections, there's one topic I personally feel requires a much closer focus: Josh Hartnett's face.
Before you start, there's clearly a lot more to this nostalgic dreamboat than his dreamy visage, but, considering I spent much of my teen years gazing upon it, I'm venturing down this shallow route regardless. Sorry. However, if you care to join me, below you'll find a list of the seven movies that, between 1998 and 2001, introduced us to the Hollywood hunk we all know today.

So, grab your self some popcorn and buckle up folks, because this movie night fodder is "guaranteed to jack you up."
1. Halloween H20: 20 Years Later - 1998
His first feature length movie, Halloween H20, features a fresh faced Hartnett. Although the slasher received some pretty divisive reviews, his charming good looks were one of the few factors for which the movie was actually praised.

Best quote: "Mom, I am not responsible for you. That's it, I've had enough. I can't take it, Mom. He's dead. Michael Myers is dead."
2. The Faculty - 1998

Sticking on the horror train, his second movie, The Faculty, is a '90s masterpiece that not only features JH as a "drug" pushing, floppy-haired bum/genius named Zeke, it also investigates real-life concerns such as realizing all your teachers are aliens.

Best quote: "I'm about to take my chances. I leave for five minutes, and when I come back everyone's a fucking alien. Now, if I have to Men in Black your ass, you're gonna fucking take it!"
3. The Virgin Suicides - 1999

The Virgin Suicides may have heavy subject matter — what with the narrative circulating around teen suicide and isolation — but Sofia Coppola's ethereal wand makes this '90s movie a total treat for the eyes. Helped, of course, by JH's (a.k.a Trip Fontaine) super '70s hairstyle, which I've got to admit — I actually kind of dig.

Best quote: "She was the still point of the turning world, man."
4. Here On Earth - 2000

Let's talk about how lucky Leelee Sobieski's character is in this film, shall we? Like, JH's character delivers the line below to her and she falls for someone else?! Um, what?

Best quote: "No. Nobody knows you like I do. Alright? Nobody gets you like I do. We belong together. We... I love you. I love you, Sam."
5. O - 2001

Not only is JH very cute in this movie, he's also helping you learn Shakespeare, so this addition is basically just studying masked as eye-candy, which is a great start if you ask me. Plus, he plays Hugo, a character based on Iago, who, let's be real, is the best character in Othello anyway.

Best quote: "You didn't steal anything, you just borrowed it for a little while. And if you wouldn't mind I'd like to borrow you."
6. Pearl Harbor - 2001

Everyone loves a guy in uniform, so JH starring as Capt. Danny Walker is one of many reasons to check out this drama-filled gem of a movie, which also stars Ben Affleck, Kate Beckinsale and Jennifer Garner!

Best quote: "This ain't the farm and these ain't no crop dusters, I'm not playin' chicken with ya."
7. 40 Days And 40 Nights - 2001

Masquerading as Matt Sullivan the sex addict, 40 Days and 40 Nights is literally just about his abstinence, which, if you have a crush on this dude, makes for pretty entertaining viewing. He also gives his on-screen girlfriend an orgasm by touching her with an orchid; although we can all call bullshit on that straight away, let's not.

Best quote: "I'm seeing things! I swear to God, everywhere I look I'm seeing tits and ass. When I came in here, I swear to God, I thought I saw you kissing a nun. Oh, my God! You *were* kissing a nun!"

Please note: I'm aware that he also starred in Sin City, Lucky Number Slevin and Black Dahlia among other titles, the movies in this list are — as the intro states — only up until 2001.
What's your favorite Josh Hartnett movie?

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Лучший, но самый лишенный признания сериал- об этом автор Kelly Connolly  на сайте tvguide.com

From Performance to Script, Penny Dreadful Was the 2010s Show Most Robbed of Recognition
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Every week on Penny Dreadful Eva Green climbed out of the TV screen like the girl from The Ring, crawled through the broken glass on her knees, recited a Tennyson poem, burned a corset, and sat down for tea. (I'm taking only the slightest creative liberties here.) Green's performance on the Showtime drama made the word "fearless" feel quaint. She was alternately ferocious and restrained, and she played both with unflinching intensity. Looking back, it's almost impossible to believe that she did all of this with so little recognition — she should have slept on a bed of trophies — but the show went mostly unnoticed by major awards and apparently by my coworkers, which cut the legs out from under my very enthusiastic campaign to rank it among the top shows of the decade. My coworkers, like the Emmys, will answer for their crimes. But even if Penny Dreadful lurked too far under the radar to make our final list, the show still left a mark, the kind that burns just under your skin when you least expect it.

It wasn't just Eva Green. As Vanessa Ives, a devout woman tormented by supernatural forces, Green was Penny Dreadful's main attraction, but the gothic drama, which aired from 2014 to 2016 on Showtime, was a playground for an imposing cast. There was also Billie Piper, tearing into monologues as a woman reborn to be the bride of Frankenstein's monster; Timothy Dalton, a restless British explorer unsatisfied with his conquests; Josh Hartnett, simultaneously a gun-slinging Western movie hero and a werewolf; Helen McCrory, a step-on-me-please witch; and Rory Kinnear, downright Shakespearean as Frankenstein's tragic but vicious first creation. Brian Cox showed up in a couple of episodes as Josh Hartnett's dad, basically the Logan Roy of Manifest Destiny. Meanwhile, Patti LuPone played two roles, guest-starring in Season 2 as a witch banished to the moors for performing abortions and returning for the third season as a straight-shooting alienist from New York.

Penny Dreadful was a packed-full show, busy with gore, big personalities, and self-consciously beautiful dialogue (which was beautiful, so the self-consciousness worked). It treated horror like art, styling its most macabre tableaus like tasteful Romantic paintings of severed limbs. The show knew how to entertain; it drew its name from cheap sensationalized books popular in the 19th century and pulled most of its characters from classics like Dracula, Frankenstein, The Picture of Dorian Gray, and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Penny Dreadful could be a bloody bash when it wanted to be.

But it was also dense with ideas, and its best, most aching moments came when it stripped away the frills and exposed its brutal core. Vanessa was institutionalized before the events of the series, partly because she was ostracized for having sex with her best friend's fiancé the night before the wedding and partly because she was possessed by a demon. Everything metaphorical was literal on Penny Dreadful — but crucially, it was the shame she was made to feel, not the sex itself, that left her vulnerable to possession. At least once a season, Penny Dreadful revisited the events around Vanessa's horrific institutionalization and its aftermath, always delivering a scalding critique of Victorian fear of female sexuality.

Shame bled through the series. Hartnett's Ethan Chandler was an American sharpshooter running from his past sins as a cavalry soldier in the American Indian Wars. His werewolf side was a lens to magnify his guilt; however decent he seemed in the daylight (and Ethan was, in all other ways, a truly decent man), his colonialist violence had made him a monster. Dalton's Sir Malcolm lost his family to his imperialist adventures in Africa. Victor Frankenstein (Harry Treadaway) was haunted by his pride. The Creature (Kinnear), ashamed of his appearance, lurked among the poor and ill people London refused to care for. And Victor's third creation, Lily (Piper), spent Season 3 on a murderous quest for vengeance against men, driven by the memory of the indignities she'd suffered during her life as a prostitute. Lily ultimately decided that violence rang hollow, but her anger was still thrilling; the world was to blame for the pain she'd endured, and she knew it.

Every character's personal shame was a piece of a deeper social problem. Through Penny Dreadful, creator John Logan wrestled with the way society demonizes difference, drawing parallels to his own experience as a gay man. "Grappling with the issue of who I truly was, which some would perceive as monstrous, is exactly why I wrote this series," Logan told the New York Times before the show's premiere in 2014. He recalled walking down New York's Christopher Street, the center of the state's gay rights movement, when he was young: "I realized there was a whole life here, and if I were to cross over into it, it would mark me as very different from my brother and my parents and my friends." The characters of Penny Dreadful walked through the world like that, aware that if they crossed into the underworld of 19th-century London they may be more fully themselves, but there would be no coming back.

In her fight against the idea that she was predestined to plunge the world into darkness, Vanessa clung to her Catholic faith to literally keep the demons at bay. But her battle came to an abrupt end in the third season finale, a surprise series finale that saw an exhausted Vanessa ask Ethan to end her life. Seduced to believe her worst fears about herself, she had allowed Dracula (Christian Camargo) to feed on her, unleashing a plague on London; by dying, she hoped to save her soul and deny the devil his prize, which would also save humanity. Ethan, whose fiery chemistry with Vanessa was cut far too short, killed her with the Lord's Prayer on both of their lips.

It was an ending Logan swore was purely a creative decision. But in addition to rushing the other characters' arcs, letting Vanessa choose death felt like a betrayal of her admirable persistence in the face of impossible odds. The message it sent viewers who identified with her struggle was muddled and disappointing at best. Maybe Penny Dreadful aligned uniqueness with inner demons so much that it didn't know how to untangle them in the end. The show had the tendency to over-admire, as one priest put it to Vanessa in the Season 1 finale, "the glory of suffering" — in part because it saw suffering as the unavoidable price of being a good person. Still, in the context of Penny Dreadful's very heightened world, I'll admit I was a little charmed by the fact that the real challenge of the series finale was to share Vanessa's faith, or at least understand it. Her salvation was the grace note at the end of her story.

Penny Dreadful didn't believe in living too long. Dorian Gray (Reeve Carney) was miserable with his immortality, and the Creature's resurrection was a curse. The prettiest exit on the show went to Ferdinand Lyle (Simon Russell Beale), an Egyptologist who moved to Cairo midway through the final season in search of a country more accepting of his sexuality. He left Vanessa with a memorable sign-off: "Condemn me to the sand and dust, write often, and think of me only when you dance." In a way it was better that Penny Dreadful died too young, as something worth remembering with a dance.

Penny Dreadful is streaming on Netflix.

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