Watching an old movie, I’ve spotted a familiar face. If it wasn’t for the smile and a suit, I’d probably never realized where I saw that face. Gladly, I did and IMdb confirmed.
Here are my questions for you:
- Who is that?
- What’s his recent popular work?
- What is the name of the movie?
- Have you seen this movie? And if you did, what do you think about it?
Write your answers in the comments. I’ll update this post later with my own.
OK, a collective mind figured it out. The answers are:
- Robert Sean Leonard.
- He is well known for the role of Dr. James Wilson in TV series “House M.D.”.
- The movie is “Dead Poets Society” from 1989.
- I’ve seen the movie yesterday. I really liked it. Very inspirational. Review pending.
It’s my second week now of being hooked to “House M.D.” series.
Yes, I’ve been warned a few times that it is very addictive, and yet I decided to watch a couple of episodes. Every day now I am staying late and waking up early just to see yet another episode. The surprising thing is that I tought I’d get bored of it pretty soon – stories in every episode are very similar, characters behave in the same way, and jokes follow the same pattern. However there is something slightly different about every episode that makes me want to see the next one.
So far, I am up to episode 11 of the 3rd season. First season was very introductory and fun, except for that episode where Dr.House explains what happened his leg. That episode alone was an excellent movie in itself, even if just 45 minutes long. Second season was a bit more boring. Third season is way more exciting, with this whole cop drama.
Also, I am sort of glad that I have the Russian version of the series. I can hear how bad the translation is and that it misses quite a bit, but listening to all that terminology in English would really bore me to death. I can’t undertand that stuff in Russian, but at least I can somewhat guess of the whereabouts.
Anyway, be warned that the series are very addictive and if you get hooked, you’ll spend a lot of time watching it – 6 seasons x 24 episodes x 45 minutes per episode adds up to a lot of time. But if it happens that you try it and like it, you’ll have quite a bit to enjoy. Make up your own mind.