Patrice Leconte's Man on the Train: About what you'd expect from a French import.
Walter "Matt" Jefferies, the man whose graceful design of the U.S.S. Enterprise for the TV series "Star Trek" in 1964 was a science fiction landmark, passed away on Monday at age 82
Perhaps they could hang signs around the Hussein boys' necks saying something like, "Any questions?" That'd be your picture.
The humble beginnings, the breakout fame and its accompanying dissipation, and the inevitable soul-saving comeback. We're all familiar with the story arcs of VH-1's "Behind the Music". Ever wonder what it would be like if they devoted an episode to the history of a typeface, instead of a rock star?
I'm listening it now. It's everything I've come to expect from Arizona's finest C&W-Rock-Rockabilly-Blues-Folk band. Lots of foreboding, defilement, crunchy guitars, pounding drums, and dust on the trail.
My platform: If elected, I will resign immediately, thus making lieutenant governor Cruz Bustamante the governor of California.