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Michael Fassbender and Charlize Theron appreciation

So I realize these two star in Prometheus together, but I just wanted to take some time out of the Useless Critic to celebrate the two of them, because I think they are possibly two of the greatest actors of our generation.

Charlize is just incredible in nearly everything she's in, be it totally carrying Snow White on her own or even Sweet November, if you remember that! She's supposedly dating Keanu now. Supposedly.

As for Michael Fassbender, I know he's kind of fresh in the industry, but he's so multifaceted and talented, I mean. He could be this kind of Hollywood renaissance man if he's given the chance, which I think will happen. is happening, really.

So, there you have it. They have been appreciated.


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  1. I was having my way with Netflix last summer and came across this movie called Fish Tank. There was this ridiculously steamy and forbidden sex scene (fap fap fap) with this man who is nothing like the gents I usually have the hots for. THIS MAN WAS MICHAEL FASSBENDER AND I HAVE THE HOTS FOR HIM. He is blond and kind of slight but such is his power that I would like to be on him. Also, Mr. Rochester in Jane Eyre. Also, speaking French in X-Men: First Class. Swoon. Wipe.

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  2. michael fapbender, I MEAN, fassbender certainly does have a *huge* talent, heh. I don't German but I can if he lykes.

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