The Labyrinthine

October 20, 2010

On Eisenberg and Cera

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , — thelabyrinthine @ 9:23 pm

According to a Newsweek piece:

“The characters Cera and Eisenberg play are most notable for their innocence. Both actors are exceptional at standing around with squirmy, uncomfortable expressions on their faces while the other characters make asses of themselves. Neither is teen-idol handsome, yet the essential good-heartedness of their characters ensures the audience roots for them to get the girl. They usually both play boys, on the cusp of becoming men, whose intelligence both alienates them from their peers, and enables them to remain secure in themselves—even when they don’t quite fit in.”

Ha, could not have put it better!  And is it any wonder?  They play, what would be my type, if I ever admitted to having one!

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