rented League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and The Bay of Love and Sorrows last night.
LXG. i really loved the idea of using classic fictional characters.
all were portrayed well i thought but found Sawyer to be annoying. old style actioneer in the vein of Raiders and the Mummy. of course all the Indy films are unapproachable, LXG was IMO, at least entertaining. good sets.
The Bay of Love and Sorrows. based on the novel of the same name by David Adams Richards, it wasn't as good as i had hoped. it lacked the monstrous power of the book's plot, in particular the intensity of the character's downfalls, redemptions, and emotional subjugation.
however, i still liked it though i think only because i had previously read it.
Yelena, you mentioned before that you thought For Those Who Hunt the Wounded Down was the best piece of Canadian cinema you saw. i'm curious of your opinion on this film.