Friday, July 5, 2013

TGIF 705

Way back in 2007, as I was discovering Michael Fassbender, I saw a cute little movie called, 'A Bear Named Winnie' (2004). This still is from that movie and I guess I'm in a vintage Fassy mood because the 5th anniversary of Fassinating Fassbender is approaching, and I'm just feeling nostalgic in wanting to honor that on this TGIFassy day. The crazy meltdown that is occurring in another fandom has made me appreciate Michael Fassbender and all his awesomeness because he does things in his own way, and when he wants to. As beautiful as Michael is, he's not perfect and that makes him more human, more real, and more appealing. I will never have the focus, the energy, or the interest to support an actor like Michael at the level of commitment that I have demonstrated thus far for him.

Michael Fassbender may not be the most popular or well known actor, but he is well known enough to be in high demand and to still live a normal life. TGiFassy everyone!

7 comments:

Vera said...

TGI Fassy folks and have a nice weekend!!! )))))))))))

Barbara B said...

TGIF! Hey Simone, are we doing something special for 5th anniversary? It's exciting!
Btw, "Bear Named Winnie" was so sweet and cute I cried. This is definitely Michael's most adorable role so far. :-)

Hupsakeek said...

TGIFF...and with your commitment Simone to this great actor and cool person, there are many years to come! That means a lot of TGIFF'S and films. I follow this blog for a year and a half and it's always interesting/fun to read. Keep up this good work and Fassy on!

Simone said...

@Barbara, I want to create something special for FF since our 5th anniversary is on Sept 8, and I'll be in Toronto at the time. I'll figure out something.

@hupsakeek, I'm so glad you find FF enjoyable to keep visiting. xoxo

Barbara B said...

@Simone, don't forget you have two eager co-editors, if you need any help while in Toronto ;-)

Dionne said...

TGIFassy you guys :)
@Barbara ditto

Martha said...

I just saw A Bear Named Winnie yesterday with some of my family. I would say at this point it is the only movie of Michael's even my 3 yr. old niece can watch. So that was nice.

I bought the DVD. It was $15 on amazon and even though they had a cheaper one for like $9 that one only had the Bear on the cover. So I paid more just so Michael would be on the cover.

I cried when the Bear was left at the zoo. Oh poor Winnie. Great story and I know Michael had a lot of fun with his bear co-stars. All in all I kept thinking that if anyone wants to "watch" Michael this is a good one. Lots of close-ups of his gorgeous face and for those who love his hands, plenty of those. No shirtless scenes though. Oh well it is rated PG so...

TGIFassy all!