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Santa Clause 2 | HD Clips

Hey guys, we realized that we had some very bad quality videos of the first stuff we uploaded into the archive when we created the site, so we’re replacing the clips with new ones, starting with Santa Clause 2. :).

You can use them to make music videos and gifs! 😀



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Lost 3×15 “Left Behind” | AV Club Review

///We noticed that someone at AV Club was rewatching Lost and posted some reviews about the show. We’re going to post here all the parts about Juliet and Elizabeth.///

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This may not be one of Lost’s largest or longest mysteries, but it’s a complex one, and the end of the episode offers a great sense of the complicated character dynamics that result from Juliet’s inclusion. We could reduce it to a love rhombus, sure, but the way Juliet’s presence plays out in “Left Behind” creates effective conflict that works in conjunction with Hurley tricking Sawyer into being a leader to place the unity and cohesion of the castaways a central topic heading into the season’s third and final act.

Stray observations:

  • Continuing the series’ tradition of fights taking place in the rain, Kate and Juliet’s throwdown delivers.
  • “Did he say that to you?”—the way Kate questions Juliet about her understanding of Jack’s motives is interesting, given that he never actually said it, although it’s more to set up the love rhombus than suggest any deeper theoretical understanding of what it means to really “know”s someone. But that latter reading remains, given Juliet’s “facts” vs. Kate’s “lived experience.”

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Once Upon A Time Writers About Elizabeth

Andrew Chambliss and Kalinda Vazquez, the writer of the episode 4×06 of Once Upon A Time, said that they loved Elizabeth’s performance as the Snow Queen. Take a look at this video from  commentary they did for the bluray.

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Well, it’s impossible not to love her performance. Everything was perfect! The scenes with Robert Carlyle were amazing, but you know, she was brilliant in all of them, even when she was alone. Elizabeth did such flawless job with this character! We wish we could see more scene with her! She is mesmerizing!


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The Lyon’s Den 1×09 | Better Quality Clips

We got some episodes of The Lyon’s Den in a better quality compared to the ones we bought years ago, so we are uploading the new clips into the video archive.

These are from the episode 1×09.

We love this show so much and Liz’s character! It has a wonderful cast and so many great guest stars. In this episode there’s even Josh Holloway! HAHA! Such a pity he doesn’t have any scene with Elizabeth.


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Lost 3×09 “Stranger In A Strange Land” | AV Club Review

///We noticed that someone at AV Club was rewatching Lost and posted some reviews about the show. We’re going to post here all the parts about Juliet and Elizabeth.///

EMFC_LOST_3x09_04035.jpg“Stranger In A Strange Land” (originally aired 02/21/2007)

I realize we can’t entirely strip an episode of context: this hour had to follow the time-bending “Flashes Before Your Eyes” and doesn’t even feature Desmond or Charlie, and is technically a direct follow-up to the tremendous “Not In Portland” and almost completely sidelines its best character in Juliet. It’s as if the writers were on the road to getting the season started, but then realized they left the stove on back on the other island, requiring them to make up a reason to go back. Jack remains important to this story, but the episode works too hard to design a plot around him being left behind when a subtler set of scenes would have sufficed.

While departing from the Hydra offers promise for the Others’ future, the episode itself offers nothing tangible, making sure its small gains—a stronger bond between Jack and Juliet, who are now in it together—are shrouded by nonsense to no particular end.

In retrospect, though, some of this works better than it would have at the time. Now that I know Juliet better, her struggles here resonate more, even if the episode doesn’t do much but turn her into a damsel in distress (particularly in those shots of the meeting we don’t understand, as she peeks out the door in terror).

Honest question: does Juliet’s brand ever come up at any point after this? Was it just there as a thematic link to Jack’s tattoos? It just ends up feeling so random and disconnected from anything else we learn about the Others.

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Lost 3×07 “Not In Portland” | AV Club Review

///We noticed that someone at AV Club was rewatching Lost and posted some reviews about the show. We’re going to post here all the parts about Juliet and Elizabeth.///

EMFC_LOST_3x07_000000004410.jpgThis is actually a review of “Flashes Before Your Eyes” but the author reflects on Juliet’s flashbacks in “Not In Portland”.

Lost was consistently vague about whether we could understand its flashbacks as memories the characters are distinctly reflecting on in the context of the episode itself. In “Not In Portland,” for example, we could surmise that Juliet would logically be reflecting on the steps that brought her to the island after Ben gives her the opportunity to return home, and would have likely been thinking about those fateful events throughout this tying process. However, the show rarely makes clear a one-to-one relationship between the transitioning scenes in and out of the flashbacks and the flashbacks themselves, meaning the flashbacks function less as explicit recollections and more as a selective sequence of events that have value to character in the way they are valued—either directly or indirectly—by characters.

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Comic Con 2009 – Photos

We found some SDCC 2009 photos in a better quality and a couple of never before seen pic from the same con. WOW, we can’t believe it’s been 9 years. We remember how overwhelming it was that period. Liz had a new gig (V) and we were still waiting for answers about Juliet’s fate. It was crazy and beautiful at the same time. Her appearance at the SDCC that year was something we really need!

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