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The League of Gentlemen (1960)

The League of Gentlemen (1960)

Miyazaki got it all worked out.

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Like Gravity, but logical, plausible, highly compelling and features a competent protagonist who makes intelligent decisions instead of acting like Rainman in space.
Ergo, THIS FUCKING MOVIE.

Like Gravity, but logical, plausible, highly compelling and features a competent protagonist who makes intelligent decisions instead of acting like Rainman in space.

Ergo, THIS FUCKING MOVIE.

Nigel Hawthorne, Alison Steadman and Anthony Sher in Tartuffe (RSC, 1985).
That Moliere was a classy bastard.

Nigel Hawthorne, Alison Steadman and Anthony Sher in Tartuffe (RSC, 1985).

That Moliere was a classy bastard.

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So Harvey Levin is Charles Augustus Milverton, is what you’re saying …

Such a sucker for Hugh in a headscarf.

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Ach, you’re still young …
"What is the taste of your childhood? Fish fingers? Corona dandelion and burdock? Despair?"

Ach, you’re still young …

"What is the taste of your childhood? Fish fingers? Corona dandelion and burdock? Despair?"

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"… everyone who worked on the show knew how nervous [William Sanderson] got about delivering long monologues - including Milch, who took this as an opportunity to torture the poor guy or to force him to confront his fears and elevate his game, and wrote Farnum one speech after another for him to perform. And it worked. [Jody] Worth says, "Billy was miserable, his wife would work with him on those speeches, and he would go from disastrous to great in one jump.""

You have been tested, Al Swearengen. And your deepest purposes proved. There’s gold on the woman’s claim. You might as well have shouted it from the rooftops. “That’s why I’m jumping through hoops to get it back. Thorough as I fleeced the fool she married, I will fleece his widow, too, using loyal associates like Eustace Bailey Farnum as my go-betweens and dupes. To explain why I want her bought out I will make a pretext of my fear of the Pinkertons. I will throw Farnum a token thief. Why should I reward E.B. with some small fractional participation in the claim? Or let him even lay by a little security and source of continuing income for his declining years? What’s he ever done for me except let me terrify him every goddamned day of his life till the idea of bowel regularity is a forlorn fucking hope. Not to mention ordering a man killed in one of E.B.’s rooms. So every fucking free moment of his life E.B. has to spend scrubbing the bloodstains off the goddamned floor to keep from … having to lower his rates.” God damn that motherfucker!”

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