John Tobias is back, just not in fine form.
Racing cars? Gee, that's original.
I had been reading about the wonderful 17th-century Mexican nun Sor (Sister) Juana Inés de la Cruz
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for March 19, 2005
Although media has set tsunami aside from its spotlight, the world has not yet called a halt upon the assistance given in order to rebuild the devastated countries.
Two classic bands. One original member left in each. Two very different performances.
The music was always ragged and sloppy, that's where the excitement came from; McLagen could play a storm on the keyboards, Lane could alternate between swagger and melody on bass, Jones was a busy man behind the drumkit, not quite Keith Moon, but the closest reasonable facsimilie. Wood was the closest to Keith Richard as a man could get; in some ways, the Faces were the ultimate melding of The Who and The Rolling Stones, something that would seem impossible on paper.
I am going to connect the dots and show you how baseball got messed up with - and on – steroids.
And also, some thoughts on The Cinema Of Robin Williams.
Warning folks, this review contains descriptions that may shock your guts out. There ain't enough letters in OTT, man.
Easy Rawlins: A man once told me that you step out of your door in the morning, and you are already in trouble. The only question is are you on top of that trouble or not?
Clemens: It's a long, sad story. More than a little melodramatic. Ripley: Try me.
Gal: I'm happy here. Don: I won't let you be happy, why should I?
This is a refreshing, “story within a story” film that is compelling to watch, even with the sub-titles. It features a knock out performance by Gael Garcia Bernal, last seen in The Motorcycle Diaries as Ernesto Guevara.
Several Arab Americans, some full citizens, some not, tell their stories about how they were picked up by the police, questioned and thrown into detention, sometimes for over a year.
The naked honesty in this film is stunning. It’s all captured here, warts and all, allegations and denials, the ugliness and the unconditional love.