People always talk about Jensen’s crying (which don’t get me wrong, is the most beautiful man cry I have ever seen and Misha is able to show such sorrow without actually shedding a tear) why does no one praise Jared’s? His crying is so unique because it has such a…boyish look to it. For being as big as he is, Jared has a way of appearing like an 8 year old child with a mere change of expression. He cries like a small boy whose puppy just got hit by a car and killed or a kid who lost a parent, or a kid whose house burned down. For a grown man whose 29, for him to capture such innocent and childish expressions never ceases to amaze me. Let it be his puppy dog eyes or his tears, Jared just…his emotions come through so innocent and raw. It’s beautiful. I don’t understand how people can say he is a bad actor.
Feel better now
THIS IS IMPORTANT.
wow.. the fucking story line. speechless.
It’s such an important time for this film to come out.
Forget that it is Kristen Stewart and just watch the film for what it is. An amazing piece that is so relevant to todays world.
I am so sick of people trying to claim 50 Shades of Grey will not be able to have a negative effect on society because it’s “just a book”. The Bible was just a book. The Communist Manifesto was just a book. Mein Kampf, To Kill a Mockingbird, 1984, The Quran, freaking Harry Potter were all “just books”. If you keep saying literature and media don’t have the potential to change countries, or cultures, or the world, then you’re just deluding yourself.
Copyright 2014 Sarah Buisson
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A uni piece I wrote and got a first for woo hoo :’)
Introduction – an overview of mise en scene; an overview of American Psycho; how the two relate in this essay
Mise-en-sceneis a French word for a fairly simple concept; translated into English the statement simply means, “put in the scene.” Although originating in…