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The Machine…

Jason & I went to see The Time Machine this afternoon. Ah, not too bad. I mean, I’ve seen worse, but I think it could have been better. Jason said it would have been better if they had followed the book more. I haven’t read the book in years, so I had to ask him what was different. He said the time machine itself is different in the book, and then there is no kid at all in the book – and there was in the movie. Eh, I would give it 3 out of 5 stars. I troubled me to see what we did to the moon in the movie, but I could see it happening in reality. Meanwhile, all I could think throughout the whole thing was “who is that guy playing the professor? He’s HOT. Hot, hot, hot. And he looks familiar.” That’s because it was Guy Pearce and he was in Memento. I didn’t recognize him without all of the tattoos.

Speaking of Memento, why was it up for a 2001 Oscar when it was made in 2000? Oh, Guy Pearce is CUTE!

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6 replies on “The Machine…”

I heard in one of Guy’s interviews that he demands that each character he plays looks different from his previous characters. It is hard for me to recognize him in some movies too.

Hello! good movie! some facts!
The Time Machine is a 2002 American science fiction film loosely adapted from the 1895 novel of the same name by H. G. Wells, and the 1960 film screenplay by David Duncan. It was executive-produced by Arnold Leibovit and directed by Simon Wells, who is the great-grandson of the original author, and stars Guy Pearce, Jeremy Irons, Orlando Jones, Samantha Mumba, Mark Addy, Sienna Guillory, and Phyllida Law with a cameo by Alan Young, who also appeared in the 1960 film adaptation.
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