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Here there be snark.

Yesterday I was giddy with excitement. Today I'm annoyed, irritated, agitated, ready for a couple of stiff drinks . . . but mostly discouraged.

I made the mistake of reading people's comments on the IMDb, on YouTube, on various websites showing the Goats trailer. Yes, I do know I shouldn't read them; yes, I do know it's just their opinions. But I am so tired of reading criticisms of Ewan's accents. Sick to death of it, and I'm not talking about just the Goats trailer now. Sometimes the accent is the ONLY thing people comment about - nothing about his performance, nothing about a film in general, nothing about a particular scene, just the fucking accent. Who cares about the accent? Why is it not the performance or the content of the story that matters to people? That's what I look for. Sure, I've seen films when someone's accent might not be the greatest (the most recent example being Gerard Butler in The Ugly Truth). So what? Duly noted . . . moving on. With each new film of Ewan's I have to try to get beyond how awful these comments make me feel. I wonder if it makes him feel bad as well. I certainly hope not.

I know this is one long me-me-me whine session, but my point is that I long for Ewan to be recognized for what he's DOING, not how he fucking SOUNDS while doing it. Is that too much to ask? Will it never happen? Why has he become the whipping boy for the "oh his accent really sucks" comments? I just find it so incredibly discouraging.

*heavy sigh*

Hello, Mr. Booze, I'll see you shortly.
*gasp* You don't remember what it was about?? Okay, well, neither do I honestly when it comes to Ritchie's storylines XD but basically, it involves a London underboss, a Russian billionaire, and a stolen painting. Also, lots of gay. Gay gay gay gay gay. I'm sure you remember Gerard Butler's character having a mega-freakout in the middle of the road when his BFF confesses that their BFF-dom, well, goes a little more than that XD. Mark is something of a chameleon, but I notice he plays the gentleman criminal archetype very well, and that's how he's usually cast. Actually, I rather like his character in RocknRolla (as you can tell from all the icons LOL), since he IMO has the most moral code of the lot. He'll be the villain in the new Holmes movie <3.

You don't?? *gasp* Well, you definitely have to find it. I wish I had the book so I could look up the exact page number. It's somewhere in the middle, I think, before the whole CIA debacle. At the end of the chapter, Lyn threatens to use the eyeball gouging and Ron's just sort of .......*HIDES*

MY JEDI POWERS OF PSYCHIC AWESOMENESS ARE WIN.