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    Dunkirk: A-
    War for the Planet of the Apes: B
    Spider-Man: Homecoming: B+
    Wonder Woman: B+
    Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2: C+

    Whenever an actor suddenly dies young (think River Phoenix, Anton Yelchin), there are almost always comments that they had unlimited potential that can no longer be fully realized. What prematurely deceased actor, past or recent, do you think would have had a successful career had they lived a long life? Which do you think wouldn’t have actually had a successful career and would have been lost in the shuffle sooner rather than later?

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    Andrew D
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    I think That River would have not become a huge star had he not passed. i feel like he was one step away from living in the woods all alone.

    I think Heath Ledger would have continued to become even more successful.

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    “So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.”
    ― F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby

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    Well James Dean and also Heath Ledger would have had a lot more success than they did, also Brittany Murphy probably would have done some more memorable roles and I think if she hadn’t passed, then Heather O’Rourke would have become a good actress as an adult

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    I think I answered this question before as saying that Heath Ledger reached his potential, but not his fullest potential. There could have been many more performances that audiences would have marveled over and studied for decades to come with him. James Dean, on the other hand, struck me as someone who existed only to brilliantly shine for a brief time before either extinguishing completely or giving up acting all together. I can’t picture him being a character actor in his 70s or be a continued box office draw in his prime. Not every actor gets the storied lasting career full of accolades and monetary success.

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    I think Heath Ledger would have been even more successful. I won’t answer the second part of the question because I feel that is disrespectful to the departed.

    What was the last movie or TV (episode) that made you cry? If you don’t cry answer the last one that made you closest to crying.

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    Probably The Book of Nora, The Leftovers (it didn’t make me cry but I felt very moved).

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    Everyone’s Waiting is the saddest episode ever. I can’t think of the last episode that made me cry so there.

    Ok well I’ll do my question from the other thread.

    Which actor most deserves their Triple Crown?

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    Elisabeth Moss

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    Mark Rylance and Jane Fonda

    Favorite play of all time?

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    I’ve been pretty obsessed with The Crucible ever since reading it in school. And it’s also probably the best play I’ve seen on Broadway, at least recently, with Queen Saoirse as Abigail Williams.

    What’s the last song you listened to for the first time and liked?

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    lovelylovely
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    Feel It Still by Portugal. The Man

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    Prideful
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    Style – Taylor Swift

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    Atypical
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    “Wild Thoughts”

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    LaChienne
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    My Heart’s Always Yours by Arkells

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    Cpr by cupcakke

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