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  1. I thought it was very well done on the whole, and Keeley Hawes in Episode 5 was phenomenal and so was the direction -- those close, long tracking shots of her going up and down the hospital, my eyes were GLUED to the screen. All very manic. I really thought it conveyed, through Colin and Ollie especially, how gay men were convinced that it was because they were gay that they had AIDS and were dying. Oh it's too sad for words, ugh. Hugs to everyone xx.
  2. Please, please, no cartoonish effects like the last two...I want this to have been filmed and edited like a proper theatre show.
  3. Excuse the resting bitch face, it's boring in quarantine, lol. Sorry I'll spoiler lol.
  4. When they shot Can You Feel the Love Tonight? in broad daylight, thus rendering the song meaningless.
  5. Probably yes, but that's still a very high standard. And the reason is that she's essentially doing an arena show inside a theatre. I would have loved to see something uniquely theatrical...not just smaller screens and the same skinny breakdancers. Like Frozen, which is masterful. Lourdes literally enveloping Madonna. You couldn't do that in an arena. More of that.
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    The 2018 one is fantastic though.
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    I had no idea there was more than one. The default (Clouds).
  8. Yes. The girl has the worst diction.
  9. Living for that David Bowie clip she posted. 100% on the money.
  10. Yeah it's a fair point and I enjoy that interview a lot, but I would have loved to see her respond with the benefit of reflection.
  11. No, I think her intention was to depict violence and as the year became more and more riddled with mass shootings (culminating in Sandy Hook), she didn't let it alter her show, in true M fashion.
  12. Were you in 2012? LOL https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Controversy_of_The_MDNA_Tour Being from Toronto I'm well aware of the arrest incident, but MDNA had at least 10 sizable controversies during its run. It went on and on. I wish it'd had a behind-the-scenes documentary.
  13. MDNA is her most epic and actually her most controversial tour ever, even moreso than BA, but I prefer Sticky.
  14. 21st but let me tell you I'd be pissed not having ROL on hand.
  15. Hi guys, Garrett here from Canada. I've been a fan since I was 9 and "Music" came out but my first Madonna memory is ROL being played on the radio in the late 90s. Still my favourite M song. Have seen her live every tour since the Confessions Tour. Thanks for having me!
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