Richard Armitage 30 day challenge
21.) Q: a role of his you haven’t seen, but would like to
This story seems like it’s full of raw emotion, the push and pull of an unstable relationship that’s been overshadowed by ego.
The simplicity of it’s stage-show format and short length has me intrigued, not to mention seeing a young Richard Armitage, full of potential, just starting out on his cinematic journey.
I didn’t really know about it, until everyone started to receive their ordered copies. Truthfully, I wouldn’t have bought one without hearing/seeing some reviews of it first anyways.
I really like you Richard, but you could have been really horrible in it!
After seeing the trailer though, I don’t think you were horrible. at all.
13 thoughts on “We Think You Got A Lot Of Potential”
This looks really interesting~! I now want to watch it~
I was smiling at the screen while watching the trailer and my mom just stared at me~
I always make silly faces when I’m watching/reading things on the computer; my family knows to just ignore me now 😉
My family always asks why I make faces or smile like a fool at the screen. 😀 haha
Contrary to popular belief, I don’t buy everything that comes down the pike either. 😉
I need to go back and read your other 29 days. : D
I won’t buy anything until I’ve at least seen parts of it first. I limit myself to one floor-to-ceiling bookcase and one dvd cabinet that’s only half that size (which I share with the kids) so I have to choose my purchases wisely! I’ve been very grateful that Netflix streaming seems to be an RA fan 😎
Yay Netflix streaming! I use it almost daily for my RA fix. I didn’t buy Staged, although I knew about it. Having been in a fandom before, I’ve learned not to buy everything the loved one was in. Mistake with RA, I think. EVERYTHING he does is worth seeing, I’ve found. (Unlike some of the clunkers Sean Bean was in!) Or maybe I just love RA the most of any actor I’ve ever crushed on? 😀
it’s been the same for me. I’ve not loved everything my other crushes did, but that’s not the case with Richard. but I’ve never admired the actor *and* the person as much as I do with Richard 🙂
I don’t limit myself at all with books. (Or chocolate, but that’s a whole other story 😉 )
However I have learned to really control what dvds I have the impulse to buy. I recently found that I’d bought a bunch of movies I’d never watched and forgotten I owned. At one time these were my favourite movies too!
I often feel the *need* to buy certain movies, just so I know I own them & they can never be taken away…and then I never watch them. I used to do the same with books. I need to snuff those hoarder impulses before they have a chance to catch! which is why I limit myself to one bookshelf and one cabinet.
“Vicar of Dibley” “North & South”, “Strike Back” & “The Hobbit” are all in the cabinet, so Richard is represented 😉 he needs to catch up to Christian Bale though, who basically has his own shelf. make more movies, Richard!
Note to self: Have to get hands on “Staged”, too – haven’t seen it yet. I agree that the trailer looks promising. I think the general consensus was, that it was worth seeing but was no masterpiece?
yes, worth seeing to get a glimpse at “early” Richard and how that differs from who we see now
I would really like to see the whole thing.