2FeetOffTheGround t1_j23u8ri wrote

Mary LOVED George. Should could have married rich (Sam Wainwright), if only to please her mother, but she's not that kind of person. Too genuine and pure of heart. She wanted George because she saw the good in him. When he blows up on her and tells her he just wants to live his life and never wants to marry, you can see how devastated she is. George was a good man, but he lacked focus, He wanted adventure and excitement like most young people, but really he wanted escape; to be anywhere else than his "boring" little hometown. It may seem that bad luck kept him in one place all his life, but there he had purpose. He did a lot of good for a lot of people in his father's "shabby, little office." He had a life filled with love in that "drafty, old house." He could have left Bedford Falls and seen the world. He would have lived an interesting or even and exciting life, but not one quite as wonderful.


2FeetOffTheGround t1_j1wor2n wrote

Leonard Nimoy as Spock in Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan. Of all the actors to play Vulcan characters in the many iterations of Star Trek, Nimoy is my favorite. Others have done a fine job, but Nimoy embodied that character and "stuck the landing" in every scene he played. He is a master of the art of subtlety. Wrath of Khan is one of my all time favorite movies. Spock espouses the virtues of duty, bravery, logic, loyalty, and service to the greater good.