Here is a nice picture of Sandra Oh. Sometimes she dresses all girly on the red carpet, but other times like this she dresses like somebody who is just hangin' out, bein' cool and, oh yeah, is expected to show up at movie premiere or something.
Sandra Oh is adorable. I'm very glad to see her career is taking off, though I haven't seen all the stuff she has been in. I first saw her on the HBO comedy Arli$$, which was about a scumbag sports agent, though I repeat myself. On the show, she plays Rita, the office manager for the sports agent and the only character that has any morals whatsoever. Besides being likable and pretty, she showed she's a good comic actress. I have seen Sideways, which I didn't like very much, but that wasn't her fault. I haven't seen Under the Tuscan Sun or Grey's Anatomy. The first one was a little too chick flicky for me, and I've never watched any medical drama for very long.
Sandra Oh has also been in several small budget Canadian films, especially early in her career. Last Night is a movie about how people will spend the last few hours on earth before a meteor hits. If it were an American film, someone would be in a space ship, going to intercept the meteor and blow it up. You may infer that this shows some fundamental difference in the mentality of Americans vs. Canadians. I will not stop you from reaching this conclusion.
I liked Last Night. I think it's my favorite film Sandra Oh has been in, and as I stated earlier, I love Sandra Oh, though not in a make a shrine in my bedroom and plan to stalk her sort of way. I'm either too busy or too lazy for that sort of thing.
Matty Boy says check it out.
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