Tuesday Toss Up

Hallo darlings! So last time there was actually some variety in your answers, which is actually awesome. :) I think there will variety in this week’s this up as well.

Admittedly, this post is bittersweet (you’ll see why in a sec). I saw this on Facebook last week and knew I had to fair at least part of it. So-who would you bring back for one last movie?

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My Choice
This is an extremely hard decision for me. Note I’ll start with the two I know AREN’T my choice.

Paul Walker and Philip Seymour Hoffman went before they should’ve-not arguing that. But apart from some general ‘awwww that sucks’ kinda feeling, I didn’t have much more of a reaction. Yes their deaths were sad. But they just kinda passed me by.

Now my other two options-those hit much harder.
I fell in love with Heath Ledger in 10 Things I Hate About You and my love persists to this day. He had the bad boy look with the sweet personality that is just so irresistible. He was awesome with his daughter and was so talented it was almost disgusting.

Then Robin Williams-oh lord. I grew up watching him. Mork and Mindy, Dead Poets Society, The Birdcage…the list goes on and on. The Birdcage is still one of my two favorite movies of all time. He was a genius and it really affected me when I heard the news.

In the end I honestly don’t think I can make this choice. I vote for Heath AND Robin. They both went way too early.

So let me know your choices in the comments lovelies!

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10 thoughts on “Tuesday Toss Up”

  1. Wow that is a tough one. I too Loved Heath Ledger. 10 things I hate about you was awesome. Paul Walker had those piercing blue eyes. Robin Williams was such a talent. Its sad to think such a funny man had so much sadness within him.

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  2. Reblogged this on SVM & TB Stories and commented:
    Robin Williams! Hands down! No Contest!
    If you haven’t seen Bicentennial Man you are missing a big chunk of what makes Mr. Williams the best at what he did!
    Who else would be able to play a sentient robot turned almost human so believably?
    Brent Spinner you say? He was an android NOT a robot :D.

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  3. This is tough, but I have to go with Robin Williams. His comedic genius was unparalleled, and then he could move to a serious role and be equally mesmerizing. The tragedy of Heath Ledger is the lost potential for the life he could have lived. He demonstrated in the the movies he made how talented he was (his joker made the hair on the back of my neck stand on end). And like you, I feel in love with him in 10 Things I Hate about You.

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  4. That’s a really tough question I’m not sure anyone can answer. I love Heath Ledger… Beautiful young man, and I’ve seen many of his films that weren’t the big box office ones; he was an incredible actor who had so much more to offer. Philip Seymour Hoffman? He was so amazingly versatile. if you get the chance, watch “Pirate Radio” sometime. Excellent movie, hilarious, and great classic rock. Robin Williams… I guess we’d have to convince him to come back, but he’s most unforgettable. From his first “Nanu” on “Happy Days” back in the 70’s to his last project 40 years later, he made us laugh & he made us cry… What a choice.
    I don’t know enough about the other young man, but I’m sure someone wants him back too.

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