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Esther was raised up to be Queen to save her people.

posted by Editor at 10:53 AM 10.05.05 Tfblog  

Friday, September 09, 2005

Critic Opinion : Tiffany Dupont : Grade B

The D-list: Lydia McBride
http://baronofdeseret.typepad.com/baronblog/
movie/workglory.html

I don’t mean to demean someone who’s probably a really nice person in real life, but the movie Lydia had absolutely no screen presence at all. There’s nothing about her that would inspire a guy to want to spend more than five minutes in her presence, let alone two guys coming to blows over her. Frankly, if I were Nathan, I wouldn’t have thought twice about whether to leave her in favor of Joseph Smith and the restored church. Maybe not even after she converted…

It’s not necessarily an acting problem per se—Tiffany Dupont is adequate as an actor—only her Lydia has no charisma, no passion, nothing in her personality that demands--as the book Lydia did--that guys pay attention to her. She has the requisite beauty (albeit in a generic, unremarkable way), but I can’t help wonder whether a more ‘fiery’ actress (say, Rachel McAdams of Mean Girls and The Notebook) would have made the movie Lydia more compelling. Since the majority of the movie (including the ending) is centered upon Lydia’s relationship with Nathan and Joshua, her blandness serves as W&G one major flaw. Fortunately, it appears Ms. Dupont has already been replaced as Lydia for the next two movies in the series…

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Editor: Esther is more fitting to her true personality and kind nature.
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2 Comments:

Blogger Brian said...

Are you kidding me, Tiffany has a face that would get any group of brothers fighting over her. She's why I bought the movie. If anything, it was the actor who plays Joseph Smith that was not impressive to me.

I give Tiffany an A.

10:35 PM  
Blogger Richelle said...

I had a hard time watching the rest of the Work and the Glory series after Tiffany Dupont left. There was an on screen magic between She and Nathan that was not replaced in the rest of the series. Great Job Tiffany!

9:36 PM  

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