Harry opts to see his long-gone loved ones for one reason: he is preparing himself for death.
Author: K. Barnett
Seven: The Backwoods, Depression, and Carrying Your Own Shotgun
An eerie discrepancy begins to eek into your head. Who the heck is this whiny Paddy Considine guy? Why does HE get to carry the shotgun out of the woods? It was supposed to be me!
Tiny Gary is exhausted.
"And you, you're my favorite."
Six: Lost in Space, villainous career advice, and life lessons from Vincent Price
You know who IS trying here, though? Gary Oldman. Gary Oldman is trying.
Four: Criminal, Limitations of Independence, and Personal Growth
The main problem with this guy is that he's just a moron.
Tiny Gary has Big Weekend Plans
Preview of coming attractions. I don't think Real Gary would be as pleased about Lost in Space as Tiny Gary apparently is.
Three: Track 29, The Love Ladder, and the Unexpected Value of Ugliness
Something about this relationship made me think about Plato's The Symposium. Stay with me, here
What do you do in between posts, Katrina? Well, I believe in the power of Public Service Announcements, so.
Two: Robocop, Reinvention, & Nostalgia
Gary Oldman, in his little round spectacles, probably deserves better lines than the following: "Aleeeeeeeex! ALEX! Alex. Alex! Alex! ALEEEEX CAN YOU HEAR ME? Alex! Alex! Alex! Alex, no!" (Clearly he cannot hear you, Gary, or he probably would have mentioned it by now).
One: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Character Building, and The Gift of Loss
We inevitably hope the best for Harry because time and time again the boy is subjected to the loss of those he loves.