So have it. I'm home and moved in. Soon y'all be coming over to see a beaded goodness as well as some new house paint. Megs and gracie can relate with all this satanic panic in the attic, we're bound to go crrrraaaaazzzzzyyyyy. (<---- see?) In any case, count yourself lucky you weren't that dude that Cheney shot on "accident." I see it metaphorically. You know when he fired that gun, he was soooooo aiming at the people of america. Ah, well, you'll get 'em next time tiger.
william tell overture:
Domino: See, yet another metaphor. Once one falls, kerplunk!there goes the neighborhood. Panned by critics but that shouldn't stop you, Domino has Kiera Knightley in a an ass-kicking mood ready to plow with Mickey Rourke (who happens to look a lot like Gary Lang) and hunt down those terrible criminals. Now with the amount of violence and can I say writing talent, this picture should be the top of the most wanted list. But again don't let that stop you.
Left of the Dial: It's not the post punk chronicles, but the ideological war of words. Leftists unite to listen to Al Franken and all those other goddamn liberals on Air America. And Frankenly, you should too.
North Country: I once heard someone give these formulas for easy oscars:
For docs: make a Holocaust picture.
For actresses: get ugly.
For directing: Make sure you're last name is either Howard or Eastwood, not Scorsese.
Anyways, number two seems to be pretty right. Halle Berry did it, and of course Charlize reeeealllllyyyyy did it, but here she's going for the repeat. She's got the nod, all she needs are the votes. Man, by this rule, Fay Dunaway's got nothin on me.
Rent: We can sing! I love that dude from Law & Order. Jesse L. Martin should just sing the theme song in Rent and nothing else. (For your convience, you can find it here: http://www.tripletsandus.com/80s/tv_theme_wav.htm ) Listen to it and love it. And don't worry, nobody's looking when you are doin the air guitar.
The Weatherman: I heard tings. Good tings. It's not every day that the lead character gets coke thrown on him. AND it's not every day that Nic Coppola Cage gets coke thrown on him, although some would argue it should be. That's mean, you bastards.
Lauren's halfway there. But no movies, yet. Sheeesh.
**Thanks to those who showed up at our Anti-Valentine's day gig. Hope we left you feeling warm fuzzies inside.www.vidtheque.com