Here's how my reactions went while watching that there trailer for Spike Lee's remake of Oldboy last night. First I was all, "Wow Josh Brolin is looking pretty buff."
My second reaction was, "Eww gross they just used real footage from 9/11 in a trailer." My third reaction was, "Hey it's Elisabeth Olsen, I like her!" My fourth reaction was, "I really need to rewatch the original movie, I haven't seen it in a couple of years." My fifth reaction was, "Wait, who's playing the bad guy again?" My sixth reaction was, "Well that looked exactly like Park Chan-wook's movie, but somehow I still totally want to see it." And my seventh and final reaction, which I just had a minute ago upon checking IMDb, was, "Oh my god it's Sharlto Copley playing the villain, and that's totally him naked in the pool!
"For me it's always Strangers on a Train that I thought of when I saw her. She's charming in Stage Fright but Strangers was the best role she had... It is too bad she didn't act more since she had a sure comic touch. But she can't be faulted for choosing to concentrate on raising her family, especially since she was always so willing to share her memories of her parents at any time.."
--- That's reader Joel memorializing an MNPP Forever Fave with the death of Patricia Hitchcock, daughter to Alfred & Alma and an always welcome screen-presence that we totally adored. Chubby Bannister Forever!