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Brian P. Dermody Liverwurst Moderator Since: 20.9.02 From: New York, NY Since last post: 1792 days Last activity: 1215 days
AIM: # 1 Posted on 22.10.03 1830.56 | Instant Rating: 8.64 Read it and weep. Unforgettable to anyone who ever saw him work. Simply unforgettable. Except for "Suburban Commando". But that was lousy all around. And of course, buried on CNN's page. Because Val Kilmer has a new movie. Those of you who have not had the privelege should rent one of his old cowboy classics. Vaya con dios, Jack. Equal Exchange: Shade grown, fair trade, gourmet coffee. Modern Humorist: Scathing social commentary and a dog that humps a Pikachu toy. Promote this thread!
Evil Buddha Pickled pork Since: 10.1.02 From: Somerville, MA Since last post: 3676 days Last activity: 3074 days # 2 Posted on 23.10.03 1012.13 | Instant Rating: 8.00 Wow, this totally slipped underneath my radar. His glorious cameo at the beginning of "Once Upon a Time in the West" is one of my favorite movie moments ever. I am always impressed when a character can creep me out with just a grin. Few could convey menace on screen like Mr. Elam EPD, Jack. "Naughty by Nature, Evil by Choice!" Evil Buddha... Wrestling Fan, Bud Man
vsp Andouille Since: 3.1.02 From: Philly Since last post: 3889 days Last activity: 144 days # 3 Posted on 23.10.03 1017.35 | Instant Rating: 0.00
To my shame, I haven't seen Elam's Western movies. But I will note that of all the half-crazed junkie unlicensed proctologists I've ever seen on the silver screen, his in "Cannonball Run" was the best and most memorable. "There were times when I intensely wanted to walk out of the theater and into the fresh air and look at the sky and buy an apple and sigh for our civilization, but I stuck it out." -- Roger Ebert
Ken Watanabe as Ra's Al Ghul has now been announced. I believe Neeson is still on as Wayne's mentor.
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