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22Jan 08I'm sure that by the time you read this, you have already know that Heath Ledger has passed away at the age of 28.
I'm a big Batman fan in high anticipation of watching the new movie "The Dark Knight", which comes out on July 18 this year. Now because of Ledger's death, it could be pushed back because of posthumous post-production.
This sort of reminded me of Brandon Lee when he was accidentally shot on the set of his final movie "The Crow" in 1994, when Lee was also a rising star and about the same age as Ledger when he died. The producers were in conflict if the movie would be distributed at all because of this. In the end, of course, the movie came out and it received universal acclaim, and not because of Brandon's death (although the end of the film was realistically symbolic) but because it was a damn good movie.
I'm sure the same can be said about "The Dark Knight." If Ledger's character of the Joker were to die in the film, it would also be a grim reality ending of a life to one of Hollywood's finest stars. I'm sure the writers, actors, editors, and Christopher Nolan are coping with Ledger's death as well as trying to find out on how the movie would finally be distributed without "sensationalizing" his demise. I'm sure that the prospected death of the Joker would give audiences somber eyes just like the way Brandon Lee's character died in "The Crow." I also hope that the writers stick to the way the movie would come out had Ledger not died.
I for one will see "The Dark Knight" but with a much somber attitude because we now know that this was Heath Ledger's final film, and I'm sure all of us will be clapping and cheering the moment the screen says "In memory of Heath Ledger."
RIP Heath Ledger
I'm trying a new way to buy PC games as much as it allows me. I'm trying to go for direct downloads this time, instead of buying them at the stores, that way, I'll save room space. However, downloading games take a long time to do that. Plus, I've downloaded Midway Arcade Treasures for the PC. I must admit that it's a piece of crap. None of these games seem for work on my Xbox 360 Controller. I've tried Spy Hunter, Gauntlet, and Toobin', but they don't feel like the Arcade originals. Tapper was the only one so far that is decent, but the gameplay is much too repetitive for today's standards. I don't know if I'll be able to review the game in its entirety since I was so disappointed in it. So far, it just sucks.
15Apr 07I realize that if I limit myself to just one system, then I can lose out on what other great games there are. Sure, it may cost me and arm and a leg, but I believe in the long run it's going to work. Just like everything else in life itself. It's time to expand the horizon once more to expose myself to as many different games from many different systems as possible.
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