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As for Nicki, again I felt like we saw her "caring" was when it came to her sister, Sam. Everyone else she would have sold out for a dime! LOL
Yeah, but they surely would've done the same to her. Lol! I did find it odd that her sister, Sam, didn't get arrested too, since she was part of it all as well. But I guess she wasn't caught on camera.
On a completely shallow note, Emma looked incredible throughout the movie. Very sexy. I loved seeing her dance.
Ok, sorry about the double post, but I did see it late last night.
First of all I want to say that I loved Emma in it. I found it quite amusing to see her play someone so different from the characters we've seen her play to date and so different from who she is in real life. Her character didn't have many redeeming qualities, she was pretty ridiculous, actually. And I can see how Emma said it was a challenge to play to her because it would be so easy for this character to become a caricature since she was so absurd at times. But there are times when Emma shows us a litte of her character's vulnerablity and she becomes more interesting and more layered. But these moments, unfortunately, ar few and far between. Nikki isn't in the movie nearly as much as Marc and Rebecca, they're the focus here. Still, it was a treat to watch Emma play this character. I liked the little moments we saw of her at home and with her sister.
The problem I had with the movie was that we didn't really get to see these characters fleshed out well. We don't really know who they are. So we don't really come to care about them very much. We just see them stealing and posing and partying, so that by the time they get caught, you can't help but feel that they had it coming and you don't feel very conflicted about it. At least I didn't. Maybe we weren't supposed to care about them and she (Sofia Coppola) was just trying to show us the story of what they did and the detrimental aspect of celebrity worship and social media. And in that she succeeded. You leave the theater shaking your head.
Again, though, Emma was great. Loved her California accent. There were only a few times here and there that I noticed she'd say something and it would sound strange, but overall she did a great job!
I agree, she is really like Hermoine in that way. Perfect casting.
And yes, that's what stood out in this interview, though to be fair, I haven't read that many yet. I'm sure she gets asked the same questions over and over again, so this must have been refreshing for her. It was more like a conversation, as she mentioned, than an actual question/answer interview. I enjoyed it immensely.
Wow, this was a great read. I've just recently become a pretty big fan of Emma's (which, I know sounds ridiculous since she's been around for so long), and I'm just gettting to kind of know her personality. Well as much as one can without actually knowing her. But I'm constantly blown away by how smart and articulate she is. She is a deep thinker. I just love that about her. Great interview! The most insightful one I've read so far. Thanks for posting it!
Ok, so I got to watch it at home last night and gah, she's so charming and articulate. <3
If you have not seen her Rookie magazine interview, you need to check that one out too!
Where is it? I guess I should go search it out. Thanks!
Gah, I love this look for her. The 80's, slightly tomboyishness look is really working for her here. I'd like to see some pics from the movie theater part they show in the video as well. Hell, I'd like to see all the pics. lol Is she capable of taking a bad one? Doubtful.