Monday, July 20, 2009

"All In" caps

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Anonymous said...

OMG, hopefully comes Season 8 soon also into Germany.

linda said...

I like these still shots of Vincent! I've decided I want to be a victim on the show, let Dick Wolf know I'm available! LOL!! Thanks for another great show!

MarieDeFrance said...

Thank you for these pictures and the extract of the episode "All in", thank you Thereel.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm, I have to say this episode wasn't one of my favorites and a bit of a let-down after the glorious "Lady's Man". A given to the viewers has always been that sometimes Bobby will be beyond our comprehension as far as the expanse of his knowledge, we accept that, but even we cannot be fooled not to have noticed the unimaginative offering from the writers with the character "Joey Frost" vs "Josh Snow". It was an insult to the intelligence of those who have followed the show for years and are very aware of any references made to previous episodes, we know the history. Suffice it to say Vincent and Kate did the best they could with the material they were given albeit going through the motions. I kept waiting for the guest lead actress to take her wig off because her hair looked like she was wearing one and made me think she was in disguise as an element to the case, it was not. I suppose if I were to pick out the better scenes from the episode it would be those in which Bobby shows empathy towards Josh with a genuine concern that was touching. The aria was adequate but not as gripping as most. In that same scene Kate may as well have been sitting at a table behind the cameras as it appeared her work was done and was relegated to nothing more than background scenery, that's a shame. The old formula seems better served as in the scene with Bobby using the flash paper to the delight of Eames, the quirkiness/idiosyncrasies from him and the sarcasm/grounding from her. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it".

Bunny said...

he got short with eames. did any one else see that?

Susan1212 said...

Thank you for the caps & vid, Reel.

I would have enjoyed the epi more had Lou Taylor Pucci been available to play Joey Frost again.

Our "regular guy" who thinks he "looks like sh*t" is looking good to me!

I was pleased to see it was Eames who realized it might not be about money and gambling, but something more personal, which was key. The new writers need to keep in mind how important she is.

rad-er said...

Yeah, I would have preferred Lou Taylor Pucci making a comeback as Joey Frost. The arias are the best when VDO has a real talent opposite him.
I'm sad to say, our regular guy did look like sh*t. I admire that art is his priority, but don't want his health to suffer.
Maybe the girl's wig was to hide the fact that the actress had been the victim of coke-snorting FBI agent John Hampton in a previous season.

linda said...

Don't really understand the harsh criticism of the new actor and actress in "All In". I didn't see anything wrong with either one. The story line was a little flat, but that's not the actors fault. They have to work with what they have. I thought "all in all" it was a good show.

Anonymous said...

No, no, you misunderstood what I said, I said it "looked" like she was wearing a wig and I thought it had something to do with the storyline, that's all. What I don't understand is the ongoing criticism of Vincent's appearance which has been beat like a rented mule. As a person who has experienced weight flunctuations in the past I noticed something in this episode that I could relate to, and that is Vincent had his shirt tucked in. I can recall how good it felt to go from wearing shirts that hung straight down rendering me shapeless to tucking them in and having some semblance of a waist. Sounds like a small victory but trust me, it's major. I think Vincent has done a wonderful job in a war where weight is a difficult opponent and often the victor, been there, done that. Atta boy, Vincent!

Bunny said...

Nantz, Vince is a dude, I don't think he cares about all the stuff us girls think about. If you saw any of the interviews he did while in France, he did mention that he was told he looked like shit, his response was, "What? Are we going out? Is there a bathing suit competition?"
I thought it was funny.
Let us not forget that he is a character actor and has lost and gained weight for roles his ENTIRE career.
My concerns arose, because he looked like my brother at one point, when my brother was bloated from chemo treatments and I was worried that maybe he was ill.
Besides that, Vincent is blessed to look handsome big or thin, even when he has a Buddha belly(which I find adorable and wanna pat).

Anonymous said...

You have a valid point, Bunny, I was simply pointing out that tucking his shirt in appeared to me to be a confident gesture of self esteem and pride after losing some weight. I am aware of his weight pattern regarding his movie roles but the comment was made that he looked like shit in "All In" stipulating the here and now. All the clucking in the world from any one of us won't sway Vincent from doing what he personally sees fit for himself, healthy decision or not. My bone of contention is that there is more of an emphasis put on his appearance when all I believe he really wants to do is act and be judged more so on his performance. On a more personal note, I hope your brother is ok?

Bunny said...

I agree with you Nantz. Doesn't matter what he looks like, he's an amazing actor. Let those that cluck try to emulate, but they can't touch it.

Thanks for your kind words, but my brother passed away on May 6th 06, after a 3 year long battle with brain cancer.

thereel said...

We're so sorry for your loss, Bunny.

Anonymous said...

I, too, extend my sympathies to you on the loss of your brother. I lost both of my parents to cancer at early ages and can empathize. It brings into perspective what is really important in life and not any of us quibbling over what Vincent looks like. It is my hope that the good memories you have of your brother see you through any moments of sadness you may experience.

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