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Milla Jovovich and Edward Norton are promoting their new movie “Stone” with Robert DeNiro and fans of any or all the three leading characters will want to see this movie. All their performances are over the top and they make a dreary story with evangelical overtones palatable. Milla (“The Fifth Element”) is a revelation as a trailer park seductress and Edward Norton plays a sneaky prisoner with dreads and ghetto-talk who reminds one of Eminem. Robert DeNiro’s parole officer character is tightly wound, but a crashing bore who watches golf on TV while his wife drinks and prays. It’s not an uplifting movie to watch but the acting makes it all worth it.


Posted by Janet on October 6, 2010

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  1. By Namers
    On October 6, 2010 at

    Do her legs look a wee bit weird??

  2. By Indy
    On October 7, 2010 at

    Ed is such a wimpy looking little fella.

  3. By funky booty
    On October 7, 2010 at

    gonna catch this! i liked ‘sunshine cleaning’, so i could watch this.

  4. By SebastianCanada
    On October 7, 2010 at

    These two are interesting actors – they both come off as working actor types who became stars because of their talent (not their PR, club hopping or celeb status). That is particularly interesting and admirable where Jovovich is concerned – she is beautiful, worked as a model, still does spokes model gigs, and yet still seems very credible.

  5. By Lenny
    On October 7, 2010 at

    Like the two of them as actors and Mila is a smoking hot piece of ass.

  6. By zombie_hands
    On October 7, 2010 at

    I love all of Edward’s movie with the exception of Down in the Valley…that one creeped me out.

  7. By Reta
    On October 7, 2010 at

    I too think they are both pretty good as actors. I’ll never forget his role playing the innocent stuttering altar-boy in jail for murdering the pedophile priest in Primal Fear with Richard Gere. The few seconds where he turns from stuttering weakling victim to sociopathic murderer in front of our eyes was so chilling I can still see it in my mind. It was brilliantly done! AS important as the few seconds where Kevin Spacey (as Keyser Söze in The Usual Suspects) turns his club-footed limp into a perfect crowd-blending walk in only a few steps and with the camera focused on his lower legs and feet alone. It was blilliant and memorable and I’ve loved Spacey ever since. He is simply stunning as an actor, so is Edward Norton. These are two men who will be legends for their charactor portrayals, not their pretty faces and heaving chests, like Brad Pitt seems to have doomed himself to be remembered.

  8. By SebastianCanada
    On October 7, 2010 at

    Reta, not to bait you, but you do know that Spacey is a serious bender.

  9. By captain america
    On October 7, 2010 at


  10. By Pippa-London
    On October 7, 2010 at

    Edward Norton is a good actor but Janet’s movie picks are usually pure rubbish. I give this a miss.

  11. By Reta
    On October 8, 2010 at

    Sebastian, I had heard that, altho I can’t say as I believe it…and surely you know by now how little I give a shit. I really couldn’t care less what ANYONE does in their sexual lives, unless of course if it hurts someone, isn’t consensual or is with children or animals (obviously NOT consensual)!

    If Kevin really IS gay, then I’d consider whoever his partner is to be one lucky SOB to get to bed a fellow that talented and entertaining and brilliant. I only wish I had someone as entertaining in MY bed!!

  12. By Hilary
    On October 8, 2010 at

    Spacey is gay and if Janet were talking to you right now, she would affirm it! 🙂 Saw a clip of this film on “The View” today (Norton was a guest) and it looks brilliant. It’s on my must-see movie list… 🙂

  13. By Reta
    On October 8, 2010 at

    Hilary (and Sebastian) what is your “proof”? Or is it just that you’ve heard this a couple of times already, so that makes it true? I have some pretty high standards when it comes to outing someone in the public spotlight, who hasn’t “come out” so to speak, on their own, and to whom this type of talk could possibly ruin a career, let alone a life. Look at Rock Hudson. Yes, it WAS back in the dark ages and things are more liberal now, but he was being portrayed as a “leading man” in movies. If his gayness HAD been as boldly out as it came to be as he progressed towards the end, it WOULD have taken his career away back then. He would have been “ruined”. If a gay person today feels the same about their own life, then I back them up. There are too many people killing themselves or even being killed by others for a hate crime against them for something which doesn’t even affect anyone but that person and their partner who OBVIOUSLY knows they are gay.
    Entirely TOO MUCH hate and intolerance and judging going on. Let people be who they are, live their lives, and you live yours. No one is trying to gay-rape YOU are they? My guess is no. So let the gays live, and if they want to announce it to the rest of us, let them do so openly without judgement.Live and let live I think they call it.

  14. By Casonia logenberry..For 7 days off from blogging is going to drive me crazy not to communicate but the librarys are closed down for 7 painful days and always love Hells kitchen
    On August 28, 2011 at

    This guy can play any role and make it his own and really hits it out of the ball park as an actor and what ever role he takes…he breaks it down and makes it sing or fight or change the person for the better and..he can make you hate him..or he can make you love him…passion and care that goes into his parts and his soul as well.

  15. By แทรมโพลีน
    On July 1, 2014 at

    So long as you keep to these rules and make sure everyone else does
    the same, you are most certain to have an enjoyable time
    without a lower chance of being injured. The look on a child’s face as he
    experiences the joy of jumping and the pure freedom of bouncing are worth more
    than we could ever imagine. There is no lack of seriousness or sentiment in the Scots.


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