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Post ASH Lately- Seen his work?
Greetings,

I'm just idly wondering if anyone had seen some of Anthony Stewart Head's latest work?

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I purchased the DVD and I find it to be a light and humorous tale; charming and laden with delicate sensibilities that create a thriving environment for detailed characters that run the whole gamut of human behavior and emotion. An unappreciated classic in these cynical, hard-hearted times. For most of it I found myself either laughing quietly or a playful smile dancing about my lips; at one poignant moment I almost wept.


What impressions have others made of Repo: The Genetic Opera?

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Post Re: ASH Lately- Seen his work?
Yo:

I've heard good things about this, I dunno. I think Whedon's own contributions to the musical genre has all but turned me off them.

That and a certain crooked nosed, no talent in the cast and I will only watch a movie where Mr. Slave crams her up his happy place.

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Post Re: ASH Lately- Seen his work?
I actually found Paris Hilton hilarious in this...as though she knows she has no real talent and she's using that to exploit herself now.

However, the best part of this whole genetic opera was Sarah Brightman...my goddess, that woman is amazing...

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Post Re: ASH Lately- Seen his work?
Does a movie he did in 2003 'with' Craig Ferguson and Charlotte Church ( I'll Be There ) count as recent?
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(Now I know why he was phoning it in in Season 7. He was busy with his role as a slimy agent.)

(Okay, it was a cute bit of fluff. But there is more drama and excitement in an episode of Phineas & Ferb.)

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