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Bryce Dallas Howard


#1

I saw Terminator again, and this time I was captivated by her! Her eyes, and her golden hair, I mean she reminded me of Barbara Stanwyck!



Look! Look at her I says!









She’s purrrrrdy! :-*



And her name is awesome. I smell a future star.


#2

Her legs were hot in “Lady in the Water”. Other than that I see her as the female Neil McDonough. Extremely talented but way too albino looking to get the credit she deserves.



Still haven’t seen Salvation yet but I heard it’s pretty good if you have no respect for the ones McG isn’t attached to.


#3

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Her legs were hot in “Lady in the Water”. Other than that I see her as the female Neil McDonough. Extremely talented but way too albino looking to get the credit she deserves.



Still haven’t seen Salvation yet but I heard it’s pretty good if you have no respect for the ones McG isn’t attached to.
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She’s great in Terminator: Salvation! I mean it’s just a supporting role for John Conner, but every second of screen time she becomes a presence that is well felt. She has a great face for acting. I’m keeping an eye on her future films because I know it’s just a matter of time before she gets that perfect film role. And it only helps that her daddy is Ron Howard, I mean just look at Angelica Huston - she was quite awful at first but she then blossomed into a fantastic actress.


#4

I find this chick a little scary I’m not sure what it is… ???



Salvation blew… And I loved the first 2 terminators and tolerated the 3rd even the 3rd one was better than Salvation


#5

No! The third one is the worst one ever, plus there’s a cool digital Arnold cameo in this one, and the destroyed city of Los Angeles was epic, I’m sure the director was inspired by the Fallout 3 videogame.



But I liked her a lot in this one.


#6

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and the destroyed city of Los Angeles was epic, I’m sure the director was inspired by the Fallout 3 videogame.



But I liked her a lot in this one.
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Maybe it’s just a personnel prejudice against them but I don’t think a director should ever be inspired by a video game. Just my pinion.



Did you like her in Lady in the Water? I didn’t like the movie but thought she was alright, considering how little she had to do.


#7

Videogames are art. It’s an immersive medium with compelling visulas. Now are they cinematic? Somewhat. But not entirely. You have books, films, plays, and then there are videogames. You’ll understand if you ever play Mass Effect or Fallout 3.


#8

[quote=“Lt. BioBasterd”]
Videogames are art. It’s an immersive medium with compelling visulas. Now are they cinematic? Somewhat. But not entirely. You have books, films, plays, and then there are videogames. You’ll understand if you ever play Mass Effect or Fallout 3.
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I guess they can be art, just don’t find them to be my cup of tea. There’s something about them that I see as the kind of filmmaking that people like George Lucas use that bastardizes filmmaking. If you’ve ever seen the making of the Star Wars prequels you’d get what I mean. But that’s just what I feel, may not make any sense but fuck it. I know I used to play those games a whole lot, just not anymore.



And I have played Fallout 3, my little brother is a game fiend, and I can see the art point of view there.