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Jayelle's Kitchen Table
No, *I'm* the reason for the word "Witch"!
Mar. 23rd, 2006 @ 11:50 am
Forget Brokeback Mountain--try Brokeback *Lawn*!
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March 24th, 2006 12:21 am (UTC)
Ah, you described that scene. *g* I was going to, then decided not to, in case it was a spoiler.
But this scene showed the difference between the two Great Loves portrayed in the movie -- the one of the Bad Guys, and the one of the Good Guys. The "Epic Great Love" of the bad guys was the one that changed history, almost changed time, and caused all the action and such, and yet in the end it failed. It fizzled, in fact. The "ordinary" mortal love, like you said, is the one that proved to be truly epic.
And Imhotep, even though heartbroken, honored Rick & Evie's love in the end, by his last act. It almost redeemed him as a human being.
As for Anck Su Namun, she got what she deserved. *g*
But OMG, that "outfit" she wore in the initial flashback-to-Egypt scenes, that was nothing more than body paint?!?!!! *gngah!*
March 24th, 2006 01:40 am (UTC)
Re: More Spoilers!
I call the expiration of Spoiler Freshness Dating around the time the DVD comes out. Once it's been on TV, all bets are off. It's been on USA five times in the last four months. ^_^
Yeah. I felt for Imhotep bigtime at the end. That's a sign to me of good writing and good acting, that the villain was the one you felt worst for at the end.
I almost started a fanfic several times where Evy and Rick extended their hands to Imhotep and pulled him to safety -- so he would thereby see human decency at its best, after having been cursed for a thousand years due to a simple case of lust and betrayed by cowardice and greed.
As for Anuck-Su-Namun, I called her Skankh-Su-Namun mostly. The all body paint outfit was one of the main reasons. But her fake love for Imhotep cemented it firmly in my mind as the appropriate name for her.