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Subject: Ian Holm was great in everything he did. Favorite films he was in -Fifth Element, The Aviator, Night Falls on Manhattan, Garden State, but then he was great in everything it seems. ...

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Date Posted: Wednesday, June 24, 10:44:50am
In reply to: and Big Night 's message, "Brilliant in Chariots of Fire" on Saturday, June 20, 03:50:49am

"Bilbo once told me, his part in this tale would end.
That each of us would come and go in the telling.
Bilbo's story was now over. There would be no more journeys for him...save one.

"Tell me again, lad... where are we going?"

"To the harbor, Bilbo. The elves have accorded you
a special honor -a place on the last ship to leave.

...that would be a nice Holm epitaph.

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Boy, 1997's "Fifth Element" is one of those films you hate or love. The ensemble sci-fi farce was one of the most imaginative productions ever done. Story, characters, acting, CRAZY Mondoshawan/Mangalore costumes, make-up, music, set designs ~just a great looking film. ...The memorable opera sequence -beautiful!!Wednesday, June 24, 09:41:34pm

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