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14 November 2012 @ 10:00 pm
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I'm currently watching In Their Skin which is shaping up to be a pretty lackluster thriller. It does, however, have James D'Arcy and Rachel Miner in it as a couple. Which for me translates into Rufus Sixsmith being married to the last incarnation of Meg from Supernatural. This might be largely what's preventing me from getting into this movie. That and possibly the movie just being sort of dull.
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Astoundingly fond of avocados and rainy weather.: SPN_Gamechangerguardian_chaos on November 17th, 2012 05:36 am (UTC)
Ah, so you don't like the idea of Sixsmith having a fling with a demon as an effort to bring Frobisher back from the dead? Because for me, that would make the film, not break it. :D
formerly lifeinsomniac: Castieljoonscribble on November 17th, 2012 05:40 am (UTC)
Ah, so you don't like the idea of Sixsmith having a fling with a demon as an effort to bring Frobisher back from the dead?

If only there had been ANYTHING in the movie to even give me the smallest inkling that this could have been part of the plot. Sadly, it was about your average crazy people. But as always, D'Arcy is well at home playing an insane villain.
Astoundingly fond of avocados and rainy weather.: SPN_IDon'tUnderstandThatReferenceguardian_chaos on November 17th, 2012 06:17 am (UTC)
At what level does a crazy person attain "average crazy" status? Hmm. This gives me Thoughts.

I do enjoy seeing Misha Collins in things. Given the many variations of Castiel that have been on Supernatural, it's not a far stretch most of the time. Oh, and the Pepsi MAX guy is totally Gabriel, hiding out before making a grand re-entrance. These are my headcanons. Shh! They might bite. *nods-nods*
formerly lifeinsomniac: Castieljoonscribble on November 17th, 2012 06:20 am (UTC)
At what level does a crazy person attain "average crazy" status?

Average in this case refers to type rather than level. In other words, the crazy was your garden variety.

Given the many variations of Castiel that have been on Supernatural, it's not a far stretch most of the time.

Didn't Crowley even say this in the last episode?? Good to know the writers are aware.
Astoundingly fond of avocados and rainy weather.: SPN_IDon'tUnderstandThatReferenceguardian_chaos on November 17th, 2012 06:30 am (UTC)
Ah, so silly drunkards variety rather than "has forty living cats in the trunk of the car" variety. Gotcha. Actually, now that I've said this, I would really like to watch a romance film about two crazy cat hoarders finding each other. That could be fun to see. And sad. But in a good way, potentially.

What am I doing? Why am I thinking of this scenario? GAAHHH.

Didn't Crowley even say this in the last episode?? Good to know the writers are aware.

Yes, Crowley did! Actually, there have been a lot of callbacks to former seasons/plotlines/characters in this season. I am pleased. Season gr8, indeed! Gotta love continuity, and I like where they're taking Castiel's story. Did you enjoy the episode?
formerly lifeinsomniac: Castieljoonscribble on November 17th, 2012 06:40 am (UTC)
I would really like to watch a romance film about two crazy cat hoarders finding each other. That could be fun to see. And sad. But in a good way, potentially.

This is totally the next indie film hit of the summer.

I like where they're taking Castiel's story. Did you enjoy the episode?

I did! I liked the last conversation Dean had with Castiel where the latter just flat out told him Castiel's life wasn't Dean's responsibility...even though this like the HARDEST thing for Dean to understand.

And then we had the sudden cut to start the UnwittingSpy!Castiel plot line. Which I like. A lot.
Astoundingly fond of avocados and rainy weather.: SPN_Gamechangerguardian_chaos on November 17th, 2012 07:18 am (UTC)
Oh my goodness, I need to start thinking up titles for this brilliant thing. "Basketcases with Cats," maybe. "The Bathroom Floor is Never Clean" or "The Neighbors Hate Both Of Us."

What I really, really loved was the bit where Castiel said to Dean that Dean couldn't have saved him because Castiel didn't want to be saved. I think that's a very mature piece of wisdom that can be difficult to understand. It's true that sometimes a person needs to want help in order to accept it. I do feel like the potential is very much there to explore Castiel's current emotional misery in a realistic, sensible way, which is great. I'm excited about it. *jumps giddily about*

And then we had the sudden cut to start the UnwittingSpy!Castiel plot line. Which I like. A lot.

YES. It'll be interesting to see what the Winchester boys' reaction to the whole thing will be. Castiel does have a history of clandestine deals with shady figures, after all.