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Over Easter, my family and I engaged in one of those classic hypotheticals: if you had to pick one actor or actress who would appear in a major role in every movie you saw for the rest of your life, who would it be? To be clear, that's "every movie you see will magically have them cast as a major role," not "you can only watch movies they actually had a major role in." Then we went to second, third, fourth, and fifth choices.
Between Sean Connery, BRIAN BLESSED, John Rhys-Davies, Christopher Lee, and John Hurt, it turns out that my hypothetical world of cinema is rather heavy on elderly/dead white British men. I should probably expand my filmographic horizons, shouldn't I? Oh well, I've got plenty of time left to start learning to appreciate actors and actresses who are... well, anyone other than old white British men. Meanwhile, how about we get on with the reviewing? Click below for my thoughts on PonyAmorous's Pinkie Pie is an Eldritch Abomination.