"Spider-Man 3" to the large American-style American justice line, Stars and Stripes provides some background under a continuation of this tradition. Director of the Song and Dance Drama introduction of a number of elements to make the movie tough transition soft lines. But many of them still exposed the inadequacies, such as the introduction of the three opponents make films delicate enough. Although the three opponents makes the selling point of the film rich enough to describe the convincing. May is a long-time director of the restrictions on expression, that is to be regretted. The feelings expressed in the drama, the drama pm, because shear. Make no feelings lines, "Spider-Man 2" high. Directors may wish to use Parker and Harry's friendship elements to complement this part, it is regrettable that these were part of human nature to hide.
After all, more than two hours of film shear Association inevitable lot of directors was reluctant to cut off part. Oh, the film overall is very strong. It should be said that the main thrust of expression is very delicate, very chewing head. Rhythm is still continuation of a rapid tradition. The taste is worth careful film.
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Like Spider-Man, it is one of the best movies I have seen.
M.A.S.H. was spectacular, in part, because it did come in on the tails of the factual war the show's fictional setting was supposed to precede...but, there was more to it.
The characters were, in fact a good mix overall. Of course, this is where the scotch point gets brought up. It got better the longer it went.
I liked Larry Linville, and I'm sure it was a blast to work with him, but as far as replacements go, I preferred Stiers overall. Mostly because of the differences in the characters. Frank was funny mostly because he was such a loser (and his play with Loretta Swit) and he made us laugh with that idiocy. Stiers created a whole different dynamic with the group. He was something Hawkeye and B.J. could play with -- because he would play back in his own way. Frank could never do that. He would just come back with some stupid comment in which he would mix his metaphors and Hawkeye and Trapper (or B.J.) would laugh at him.
mash dvds, of course, brings us to the changeover from Wayne Rogers to Mike Farrell. It, admittedly, wasn't a very smooth transition and was rather obvious but...Trapper and Hawkeye were too much alike (in my opinion) so there really wasn't a straight man, per se. B.J. provided a kind of balance that Trapper never could. Of course, B.J. had his own kind of fun, but in a much more subtle (and in my opinion, fun) way. Whenever Hawk would play a prank, you would *know* it was him. Whenever B.J. would prank it would start out as Hawkeye's fault, but then he would get pranked and suddenly everything was thrown out of whack. Which made life fun.