We’re officially starting to review a couple of television shows this week, so what better time for a list like this! We’re thinking about actors/actresses who started their careers in the television world, and eventually made it big on the big screen. We’ll each give our favorite, some specifics as to why they’re our favorite, then a short video clip to give you a bit of a blast from the past. Let us know what you think of our picks, and we’d love to hear yours as well!
This is part 2 of this month’s moral dilemma dialogue on the film Seven Pounds. Before reading this you should read part 1, then come back here. If you haven’t seen the film it might be good to give it a watch before reading these posts. We cover some pretty major spoilers.
Just by reading that word an image or a thought has come to mind for you. Maybe it’s a family member or friend. Maybe it’s a commercial on depression medication. Maybe it’s an image of hell.
It’s not something we’ve really covered yet with our moral dilemma dialogues. But it’s the topic Logan and Gene will be tackling this month when they examine the 2008 film Seven Pounds. Will Smith stars in this movie directed by Gabriele Muccino (Pursuit of Happyness). This is one of Smith’s least known films, but quite possibly his most thought-provoking (and second highest rated, according to IMdB). If you have not seen it you may want to give it a viewing before reading on. Major spoilers will be included in this moral dilemma dialogue.
There are many cases where a single A-list actor or actress can carry a movie and make it great. We have plenty of those today. But there is something special about those films which feature a tandem of stars that mesh just perfectly. Whether it be in romance, drama, comedies or action, some pairs just seem made to compliment each other on the big screen. Continue Reading