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Post by Guest Sun 28 Jul 2013, 4:27 pm

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"Give them nothing! But take from them everything!"
                          - Gerard Butler as Leonidas in 300

This is probably my favourite quote from the film 300.  Delivery is everything and Butler weaves just enough feeling into the line to make it believable.  I guess an actor is at the top of their game when they get this right; too much or too little emotion and the line just won't sit right with the audience.  I guess 300, like the epic Gladiator, benefits from a strong script, so that in itself will motivate the actors to produce their best work.

On the flipside, I recently caught a glimpse of a trailer for Gravity.  The special effects look very good, but I enjoyed them more with the sound muted.  This was because, in my opinion, the lines didn't sit well with the action - I felt the emotion was being overplayed in an almost robotic fashion.

Which quotes stand out for you simply because of the way they were excellently delivered?  Do you feel any scripts suffered because of an over or underplaying of emotion?  Conversely, was a weaker script bolstered by good acting?

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Post by superflyweight Wed 31 Jul 2013, 11:48 am

If Guildford is talking about Non-Pariel Dempsey, the bro-mance could be back on.

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Post by Rowley Wed 31 Jul 2013, 11:50 am

Now that would be impressive superfly.

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Post by TRUSSMAN66 Wed 31 Jul 2013, 11:52 am

Non - Pareil ...Didn't he rescue people during the French revolution ???

and leave a card with a two fingered salute with a black fingernail on it ??Cool 

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