I can't say I was a big fan, but I always enjoyed catching him mid-story on PBS or whatever channel and just listening to him go on. The article in Newsweek about his mental problems and the fact that he was probably dead was sad. RIP.
Yeah, angles in the ring... someone thought of that a long time ago. They called it pro wrestling." -- the MCS
Awwww man this sucks. "Swimming to Cambodia" was such an influence on my life when I was younger ... I remember watching it in a friend's basement and being mezmerized. I ended up going home and watching it again at three in the morning. Just an amazing film from an amazing storyteller.
Don't know the reason, stayed here all season, Nothing to show but this brand new tattoo. But it's a real beauty, a Mexican cutie, How it got here I haven't a clue.
I saw this movie at the Austin Film Festival on Saturday night. It was good, but there's this one scene near the end with Laura Linney's character who plays Sean Penn's wife. It came completely out of nowhere and looked totally out of place.