You know what, I first watched that movie before I knew who BC was. The famous actor was James McAvoy and he played the lead and I like him but at the end of the movie I just hated him! I think we supposedly should forgive that he is a vile cheater just because he is working class or something but I'm not British so I didn't forgive him! He was a cheater!
BC's character is supposedly the opposite but I actually hated how McAvoy and the bullies of his friends treated him! Again, I like Ken Loach movies and everything but I don't automatically like some British person or character just because he or she is working class!
In the same theme, I never liked Oasis! Cheap The Beatles copy. Blur was better and the "heroic" working class boys were very homophobic in their celebrated attacks against their so-called rivals! But Pulp was my favorite and I think they are also working class but much cooler than the boring bullies of Oasis!
I saw Atonement when it came out in...2004? I absolutely hated BC’s character and I had no idea at all who he was, but I still remembered his character! After I “discovered” BC about 6 years ago I revisited all his movies and was shocked that he played that horrible rapist, but then I realized what a truly brilliant actor he is, if he could make me remember him for such a loathsome role, lol. I thought the rest of the move was ho hum, with one more exception for that green dress. That was a stunner!
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Oh, I'll wait with baited breath for that one! All Quiet on the Western Front is one of my favourite books and the 1930 film is simply stunning! Along with Paths of Glory it is one of my all time favourites!
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