Archives for the Date January 31st, 2019

a-storytoldby: “I think we have a similar approach to life and…

a-storytoldby:

I think we have a similar approach to life and we have a similar approach to acting and it just works. Sometimes you just get lucky, sometimes the stars align.

a-storytoldby: Caitriona Balfe photographed by Don Flood for NEW YORK POST, April 2015. “For now, I…

a-storytoldby:

Caitriona Balfe photographed by Don Flood for NEW YORK POST, April 2015.

“For now, I know more or less what direction I want to go, but I do not want to have a clear strategy. If you schedule everything, you risk being disappointed, while I always took my best decisions without thinking at them. I let myself be surprised and, when there are challenges, I took them up. For the moment, they were right choices. I have no regrets.. apart from a couple of ex-boyfriends!”

thejakelikesonions: My soul is gross

thejakelikesonions:

My soul is gross

loveisloveislove76: weesinginglassie: its-moopoint: http://collider.com/outlander-season-4-episode-…

loveisloveislove76:

weesinginglassie:

its-moopoint:

http://collider.com/outlander-season-4-episode-13-review/amp/#click=https://t.co/AULROokBZF

See it’s not hate. As I was watching the episodes I did watch I said it wasn’t horrible or bad, it was entertaining TV only not my Outlander. Not my Jamie and Claire. Not engaging dynamic that had you rooting for your couple or on the edge of your seat waiting for what comes next. Just an hour to spend. No hype. It has nothing to do with the book or the changes. It has to do with keeping the essence of the story having Jamie and Claire front and center being able to insert the adjacents in an inclusive way that feels organic and natural and works as a unit.

And by god don’t lose the Jamie and Claire interaction, as boring as you may think it is. It shows their connection which is why this show and books are magical in the first place.

Ah! Thank you. I’m glad someone finally said something about the narrative chops and sloppy CGI including the CGI both from S4 and S3 finale. I struggled a lot with S3 finale as well. I felt the pull back to the eye of the hurricane was actually cheesy. My husband started laughing at that point and hasn’t watched OL since.

Wonderfully expressed!!!! I hope they are all getting an ear full because it is plainly embarrassing how many professional reviews are coming out showcasing the shortcomings of the season, let alone the fans opinions.

delfedelune: It’s a shame ! Jamie needed to hold his grandson dammit !

delfedelune:

It’s a shame ! Jamie needed to hold his grandson dammit !

Sam is playing both sides on the finale. LOL

I’m thinking he has to walk a fine line between his desire to protect his character – JAMMF – and his need to not throw his bosses under the bus, not matter how disgruntled he is (if he is). He should be more definitive, not defend poor choices. So he says one thing on TW and retweets critical articles. I don’t get why he and Caitriona didn’t fight for J/C this season. They wanted a lighter filming schedule? Did they not care about their characters when they read the script or during filming? In the aftermath of S4, they realized fans are pissed and feel compelled to do something? The articles released about them potentially having producer credits was done sometimes during S4, not after. So, it seems that they knew they were taken out of their own story. Why didn’t they do anything about it? If they fought for some scenes in Season 2 – e.g., the pregnant love scene – why didn’t they fight for J/C in S4? What changed? What’s going on bts? Power struggle between writers, actors,  producers, and execs?

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