Angus Scrimm...David Bowie...Alan Rickman...
I can't imagine who will be next.
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René Angélil (Celine Dion's husband) also died of cancer today, if you count him. Older than 69 though.
There's plenty to go around
Harrison? He looked good in TFA; I know that was probably makeup (or even special effects) but he also looked damn good in that Force For Change video which was just him on skype or chatroulette or something. Plus he crashed an airplane and survived so I'm pretty sure he's immortal.
the guy who played Schneider on One Day at a Time. nobody is safe...
This one cuts out right before the best part though, but maybe I'll just watch Dogma again. For all the shit that Smith gets this was a really great movie with a great cast.
Harrison Ford is fine...he only looks like shit in most movies because he's basically given up on acting. Star Wars is the first movie he's done in years where he actually seemed to give a shit instead of showing up, hitting a mark, and growling out some lines.
Are we starting a poetv death pool? How about Mel Brooks or Carl Reiner.
I got says Tony Iommi before June.
I'm going for the perennial Abe Vigoda...but then again, he will probably outlive all of us.
I've got a can of Steel Reserve that says Leonard Cohen on it, and 40s to pour on the curb. :(
Alan Rickman is great, but god this movie was so lazy. UH OH, HERE'S AN ANGEL FROM HEAVEN WHO DOES *NOT* ACT LIKE YOU WOULDL EXPECT!! WHAT KOOKY THINGS WILL THEY GET UP TO??
UH OH....IT'S A PRIEST WHO IS JUST *NOT* LIKE YOU WOULD EXPECT TO ACT!
And that's basically the whole fucking movie.....
That's one problem with the movie.
The other problem is the the majority of the script is fifteen minute stretches of characters talking, occasionally broken up by a short action sequence or plot points. The talking scenes are blocked like a Star Wars prequel, and while the characters talk all they're doing is acting as Smith's personal mouthpieces. For two hours.
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