"Present day writers, especially of the Socilaist school of thought- base their various theories upon one common hypothesis: They divide mankind into two parts. People in general- with the exception of the writer himself- from the first group. The writer, all alone, forms the second and most impportant group. Surely ths is the weirderst and most conceited notion that ever entered a human brain!" - Frederic Bastiat, The Law, 1850
After seeing that sequence of pictures, I would have to say he lost it between Thriller and Bad - you can already see how bad his face will become in that picture from Bad. It's really shocking to compare 1979 to 1999.
I'm going twenty-four hours a day...I can't seem to stop - "Turn Up The Radio", Autograph
Because Barry and Lena make beautiful music together. Thank you, I'll be here all night. The two things I did like about this movie were Luis Guzman and Phillip Seymour Hoffman, who were good as always.