More My Zoe #richardarmitage

•September 13, 2019 • 4 Comments

You can see it in Zurich.

Reviews (in German: “a palpable quantum leap“); Armitage is “capable”; a Swiss reviewer didn’t like it (in German).

Male vs female gaze in divorce films #MyZoe #richardarmitage

•September 10, 2019 • 2 Comments

Interesting. Mild spoiler, but nothing that it really bothers me to know. Here.

Here are two more

•September 8, 2019 • 4 Comments

Here and here.

Two good reviews of My Zoe #richardarmitage

•September 8, 2019 • 1 Comment

[a note that I’m not going to be doing my usual information pileup this time around — I’m going to have to process this one bit by bit so that’s what’s going on blog. This will mean some stuff will be much later than it has typically been in the past.]

Here and here. It’s really nice to read positive reviews of films he’s in again.

Is my tulpa reappearing?

•September 8, 2019 • 30 Comments

Esther made this cap. Anyway, it was a long, awful day, such that I almost didn’t look at the Internet (off to bed immediately) for fear I’d see some huge turnoff. But this? Armitage smiling while dressed in my favorite color? THIS is spectacular. I’ll go to bed on the strength of this one and hope for more beauty tomorrow.


Richard Armitage tangentially related

•September 6, 2019 • 6 Comments

Sorry this is a bit slim this week. Term started again; on Tuesday while I was at work dad sliced up his forearm in his workshop and sent us to urgent care (yeah, the senior helper was there at the time), and on Thursday he spontaneously decided to get the driveway resurfaced which caused ricocheting chaos. I also don’t know that I’ll be able to follow the My Zoe premiere in real time as I have to attend his 60th high school reunion events with him. I wish those who are in Toronto a lot of fun and I’ll look forward to reading about it when I get home, if I can stay awake.

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I’m starting to wish he had the invisibility superpower, too

•September 6, 2019 • 7 Comments

Guylty collects pictures of Armitage at the Seoul airport. Honestly, he was more fun when we didn’t see a picture of every single movement he made. This constant being photographed every time he moves is seriously run of the mill celebrity fare of the kind I’ve always avoided contact with in my normal life, and it’s starting to get annoying.

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