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Lisa
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quote:
Originally posted by Alcon:
I do, but it's down right now. Probably a thunderstorm took out the power or something of that nature. I may send you an e-mail when I can get it back up... if you don't mind. Otherwise I can always just bit torrent it (I think it's small enough that I could manage to bittorrent it from the lab and no one would notice or care). Not having internet from home is rather frustrating sometimes...

Feel free to e-mail me about it. And if you'd rather have it as mpg rather than flv, let me know that as well, and I'll convert it before uploading it.
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quote:
Originally posted by Shanna:
Until the official soundtrack is released, I've been listening to a compilation I found on bittorrent. I think I have almost all the words from "Laundry Day/Freeze Ray" memorized. It'll be nice when the soundtrack comes out just so I'll know what to call each song. I think "On the Rise" is my favorite so far. Ooh, or maybe the "Finale." Grr...I can't decide!

I downloaded a compilation as well, unfortunately it's missing one song (the one Penny sings to Billy in the laundromat before Captain Hammer shows up). It has all the other songs though, which is nice.
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all ye haters must needs chill out. i knoweth not about thee, but i goeth to the theatre for an evening of merry-making. ye who over-analyse such entertainments are geeks.
Why can't you just let a silly spoof be. Joss did say "sillier than I’m allowed to do in the normal course of Hollywood," and “This is just us, this is what we want to do with our time. Everybody is having the time of their lives.” So why are people engaged in discussion over the symbolism. Jeeshh.
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quote:
So why are people engaged in discussion over the symbolism.
Because this is the internet.

You don't have to participate.

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You missed the point.
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I didn't really think much of the symbolism (as in it didn't enter my mind, so I literally didn't think of it). But I still think it's interesting to discuss the thoughts behind it, the moral and message of the story. For instance, I couldn't care less about the colors of his costume. But the effectiveness of Dr. Horrible being an unabashed villain and not coming out as the hero or being regulated to the periphery in any way, while at the same time being a sympathetic, likable, and identifiable character, was brilliant. I loved the tension (at least in myself) between not wanting to root for the villain but not being able to help it because I agree with and like the villain so much.

[Smile]

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Oh wonderful, now I have to pay money if I wish to continue seeing Dr. Horrible. But I suppose I can't complain I got some good laughs for free already.
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Torrent came to my rescue. The third one wasn't nearly as good as the other two. And oddly it felt a lot shorter even though it was longer. Dunno why that is.
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rivka
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quote:
Originally posted by The Rabbit:
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all ye haters must needs chill out. i knoweth not about thee, but i goeth to the theatre for an evening of merry-making. ye who over-analyse such entertainments are geeks.
Why can't you just let a silly spoof be. Joss did say "sillier than I’m allowed to do in the normal course of Hollywood," and “This is just us, this is what we want to do with our time. Everybody is having the time of their lives.” So why are people engaged in discussion over the symbolism. Jeeshh.
How do you feel about literary analysis?

And while I love that quote (it's actually my sig elsewhere), I don't agree with it. I don't find enjoying a piece of entertainment (and actually, I didn't enjoy this one that much) and analyzing it in any way incompatible. If you do, then Scott's comment applies. And this is hardly the first entertainment-related thread on Hatrack to analyze small details of a piece!

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quote:
Originally posted by Lisa:
If you have an ftp site, I can put it up there for you. Each piece (as an flv) is a little under 14 Mb.

You have it downloaded? Could I maybe get you to ftp it to me?

I watched it at work (where I have high speed internet) and would dearly love to show it to my son at home (dial-up - can't load it there); but had no way to capture it to show him.

If you have flv files, I could download them here at work and burn them to disc to take home.

Will VLC Media Player open FLV files?

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quote:
Originally posted by The Rabbit:
You missed the point.

Personally, I'm now curious what the point was. If it was a joke it didn't come across that way, IMO.
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quote:
Originally posted by Alcon:
Torrent came to my rescue. The third one wasn't nearly as good as the other two. And oddly it felt a lot shorter even though it was longer. Dunno why that is.

I thought so too, at first, but after watching (well, listening mostly) it more times than I care to admit, I actually think it's really quite good. I don't want to try to rank them, but Act III is definitely not my least favorite anymore.
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quote:
How do you feel about literary analysis?

I Know How I Feel...


disclaimer: i, myself, am an english lit major [Smile]

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*giggle*
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quote:
Originally posted by Lisa:
quote:
Originally posted by Alcon:
*(&*&@#$(*& I didn't have internet over the weekend so of course when I go to try and watch Episode III now it's taken down. ONLY TWO DAYS AFTER IT AIRED! )*(&(*&(*&

Editted to add: Not only that, but because I run linux I have no access to the itunes store, so I can't even go and buy it! [Wall Bash] [Wall Bash] [Wall Bash]

If you have an ftp site, I can put it up there for you. Each piece (as an flv) is a little under 14 Mb.
I have extensive hosting services and bandwidth for such a thing. Maybe I can assist...
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If there is symbolism, it will be analyzed. If there is not, it will not be. Since there clearly is, I don't see the problem.

Also, what separates Joss Whedon's pieces of fluff where everyone's having the time of their lives from Somebody Else's piece of fluff where everyone's having the time of their lives is a little bit of intelligence.

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quote:
Originally posted by Teshi:
If there is not, it will not be.

Pshaw. Based on some of my college lit classes, I'd say that if there isn't, someone will make some up. [Razz]
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quote:
Originally posted by Farmgirl:
quote:
Originally posted by Lisa:
If you have an ftp site, I can put it up there for you. Each piece (as an flv) is a little under 14 Mb.

You have it downloaded? Could I maybe get you to ftp it to me?
I'd be happy to. Just e-mail me the details of where you want it.

quote:
Originally posted by Farmgirl:
I watched it at work (where I have high speed internet) and would dearly love to show it to my son at home (dial-up - can't load it there); but had no way to capture it to show him.

If you have flv files, I could download them here at work and burn them to disc to take home.

Will VLC Media Player open FLV files?

I just tried. No. But you can download an FLV viewer, or download SUPER to convert it to anything you like. Or I can make them MPGs before I upload them for you. However you'd like it.
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Based on some of my college lit classes, I'd say that if there isn't, someone will make some up.
my experience has been identical to rivka's. as someone who is really good at making connections and creating symbolism where there might not be any to begin with, i say AMEN
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Neil Patrick Harris is doing a chat on the post right now.

My favorite so far:

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Washington, D.C.: I thought Joss Whedon was calling in favors to make Dr. Horrible. How did you get mixed up in that project?

Neil Patrick Harris: I've been clamoring to work with him since Firefly.

He's supertastic.

When he mentioned super villain and musical, I drooled.


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quote:
Darn: I'm straight and I think I'd go out with you. Probably upset the wife and kids, though. So what do you think happened to Doogie? Did he grow up, buy a Porsche and start a family practice in the suburbs?

Neil Patrick Harris: He probably developed an addiction to painkillers and wanders around with a cane at some hospital somewhere...

[ROFL]
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quote:
Falls Church, Va.: Do you ever feel deficient because you haven't gone through the standard post-child-star self-destructive freakout? Have you ever considered beating up a prostitute or knocking over a liquor store, you know, just to keep it real?

Neil Patrick Harris: I freaked out a bit. It's tough going through adulthood in Hollywood.

But rather than lash out, I moved back to New Mexico for a spell and spent time rock climbing with friends...

Though, don't underestimate knocking over a liquor store. Their shocked expressions are priceless.


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Just wanted to say that Josh Whedon is my hero (ever since Firefly, of course), and I loved this too


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Just want to say "You're Awesome, Lisa!"

Thanks so much [Smile]

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Does anyone else see that Serenity-Better Days add down at the bottom of the page? Is it just me or does that picture of Mal really, really not look like Nathan Fillion. He looks really strongly like someone else but I can't put my finger on it. It's sorta bothering me.

Edit: Ahah! Got it! He doesn't look like Nathan Fillion, he looks like Bill Pullman.

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Time Magazine had a small mention of Dr. Horrible. They gave it an A, and called it the best television to be had, on your computer of course.

[Smile]

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Updates from the Dr. Horrible panel at Comic-Con:

There will be a sequel.

The soundtrack will be available for download in a few weeks.

Nathan Fillion wants to do more Firefly episodes because Joss has already killed off all the people he doesn't want to work with again (kidding, I think [Smile] )

And the DVD will include the 10 best video applications for entry into the Evil League of Evil. There's a contest coming...

More details (and some NSFW language) here at io9.com's coverage. More liveblogging here.

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quote:
Pshaw. Based on some of my college lit classes, I'd say that if there isn't, someone will make some up.
Shh. Here there clearly is, so there's no problem. If there wasn't then there might be an argument.
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I just watched all three episodes for the first time, although I did know about the Jossing of the girl from several sources.

That was excellent, and the final episode was definitely the best of three. I never thought that it was just a fun romp, so I felt like it was only in the final episode that we got to the story.

Unpopular opinion: I'm getting tired of Nathan Fillon. He was fine in this, I guess, but I'm tired of seeing him in absolutely everything Joss does, whether his character fits or not. Perhaps I'm still bitter about the random shoehorning in of the world's lamest villian who drones on too much into the final season of Buffy, but it's time for Nathan Fillon to seperate himself from Joss's language and do several parts that are not underlaid by a snigger.

Neil Patrick Harris was absolutely wonderful. Penny had a sweet voice and was fine as Willow.

[ July 30, 2008, 09:19 AM: Message edited by: katharina ]

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He did, actually. The movie "Waitress," the show "Drive," and guest spots on "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives." He never showed up on "Buffy," although Zoe did. And he's not in Joss' upcoming new show "Dollhouse," or at least not yet.

I thought he made a great Captain Hammer. Maybe he was the only one of Joss' buddies with the build for it? (Although Adam Baldwin coulda done it, and would I have loved to see that...)

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He did, actually. The movie "Waitress," the show "Drive," and guest spots on "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives." He never showed up on "Buffy," although Zoe did. And he's not in Joss' upcoming new show "Dollhouse," or at least not yet.

I thought he made a great Captain Hammer. Maybe he was the only one of Joss' buddies with the build for it? (Although Adam Baldwin coulda done it, and would I have loved to see that...) (But can Adam sing? Hmm...)

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Fillon did show up on Buffy - he played Caleb. Perhaps you have blocked it out. I wish I could.

I really liked him in Waitress. I didn't see the other television shows. I get that he and Joss are friends and he does the language well, but he needs to stop doing stuff written by Joss. I'd get tired of any actor if they always spoke with the same voice.

On a similar note, I want David Tennant's project after Doctor Who to NOT be written by Russell T Davies, despite the groundshaking brilliance of his Doctor and his Casanova.

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I liked him in the final season of Buffy - very much.
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Sorry, my bad. I meant he never showed up in "Angel."
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If the themes don't bother you, katharina, i'd recommend renting a movie called "Outing Riley." some decent laughs, pretty good supporting cast and storytelling, and Fillion plays a non-Joss character who has probably the best scene (monologue) in the movie.

I'm always on the lookout for Fillion in films!


edit: caveat, though, the theme of homosexuality is very in-your-face in this one, as the title might suggest. it might be too much for you, i'm not sure.
double edit: can homosexuality be a theme?

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Homosexuality is very much part of the human experience, and it being a topic isn't offputting. A lot does depend on it how it is done, of course. Any time someone sets out to tell a morality tale (whether the moral in question is virtue or tolerance) instead of a human story, it can turn out badly. If it's a human story that happens to deal with that subject matter as part of the human story to be told (the way I think Rent did it) then it's great.

That objection is more of an artistic one rather than anything else, though. [Razz]

Although I do generally turn things off if the language is really foul. And I couldn't make it through Taxi Driver, despite its obvious quality, because I didn't enjoy the bleak nihilism.

In other words, there's no telling. [Razz] Can I ask you why you like it?

[ July 27, 2008, 05:48 PM: Message edited by: katharina ]

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basically the things i mentioned: good supporting cast, interesting take the director (and star and writer) had in regards to how he told the story. I really only recommended it because you were talking about non-Joss Fillion stuff, and Nathan is far-and-away the best thing about the movie, and has multiple great scenes and one really-awesome-great scene in it.

i had streamed it off of netflix on a whim because i thought the premise sounded amusing: a gay 30-something man in an irish-catholic family sets out to tell his macho-manly-men brothers about his homosexuality, with hilarious results! (well, i added that last part)

it had some rough moments, and it was obviously indie, but i liked the idea of the sibling bond and a not-so-religious take on how every-day people deal with finding out about a gay family member (although of course religion is present, in fact, the oldest brother is a priest.) the more i think about it, though, there were a couple scenes early on that bugged me -- some gratuitous nudity (of course, they sort of made fun of it themselves, but nevertheless it was obviously just there for kicks) and at least from your end, i'm sure there is way too much swearing.

if you have netflix, i suggest just streaming it on there, and seeing if it bothers you [Smile]

edit: also, the title bugged me. It's called "Outing Riley" but Riley is the family last name -- the main character is Bobby. Or if they mean "Outing the Rileys" because the movie has a theme of revealing secrets, then it should say that and not the singular. because that's not right! that's a huge boo-boo for a title!

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It's interesting that the Doogie Old Spice commercial is getting more play in the last week. I wonder if it's more related to the Emmy nomination or Dr. Horrible.
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I might try the play it now version on my computer. Thanks for the rec, Leonide. [Smile]
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I watched/listened to Dr. Horrible again on the metro this morning, and it reaffirmed my initial impressions. The music is wonderful - Joss's music sounds like melodious Sondheim, and the lyrics are so clever. The bit about "shiny, new..Australia" makes me laugh every time. Captain Hammer's incredibly long song in Act 3 I fastforwarded over due to irritation, but I've listened to every song Dr. Horrible sings at least three times. It's lovely.
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quote:
He never showed up on "Buffy," although Zoe did.
I know that Torres showed up in "Angel", but I don't remember her ever being on "Buffy".
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quote:
Originally posted by katharina:
I watched/listened to Dr. Horrible again on the metro this morning, and it reaffirmed my initial impressions. The music is wonderful - Joss's music sounds like melodious Sondheim, and the lyrics are so clever. The bit about "shiny, new..Australia" makes me laugh every time.

I love that part too. And I agree on the Sondheim note, especially during "Slipping" (Dr. Horrible's triumphant song after he freezes Captain Hammer.) From interviews, it seems we have Joss's older brother Jeb to thank for the more modern sounding tracks.

One of my other favorite parts is "This world is going to burn, burn...its two Rs - Horr-...Burn!"

I think its amazing what an improvement it is over Buffy's "Once More with Feeling" soundtrack.

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TIME magazine gave it an A. And they rarely give ANYTHING an A.
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"I know that Torres showed up in "Angel", but I don't remember her ever being on "Buffy"."

I corrected that later on, I meant "Angel."

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By the way, if you are still missing bits, its up on Hulu.
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Well, after much procrastination I finally decided to watch it. It was awesome, I wasn't sure what to expect but I'm sure it would have exceeded any expectations that I would have set.
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Great interview! I love this musical, so much.
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Bought it off iTunes, and yes, it's great. All those who haven't seen it go watch it on Hulu or get it now. (I imagine the number of people who haven't seen it yet on this forum is low though. [Smile] )
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It's hard not to like "Brand New Day," and the montages.
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Having it posted on Hulu is making it that much harder to resist watching it atleast once a day. No offense Joss, but I should be doing something more productive than taking the title of "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" literally.
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