Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ken_McAlinden, Dec 8, 2014.
cool! I like his work...when was the last time you've seen him?
I ran into him at the Fresh Market, a gourmet joint, near his house about 10 years ago. A friend and I threw him a party back in the 80's when he first got famous. We never saw or heard from him after that. I don't know anybody in his circle of teenage friends that he associates with these days.
thanks for that. : )
watched Peyton Place and Return to Peyton Place on dvd both need to be on BR and some work done on them IMO.
Mrs. Henderson Presents with Judi Dench and Bob Hoskins....pretty good! Also, Terminator 3....the cutest terminator of 'em all! Her bolts are in all the right places...
Preferred the TV series.
Indeed and in the Full Screen DVD we get to see some of her exposed top parts...
never saw it, but I loved the movie...2 of my favs: Peter and Steve....
my wife and I were just talking about this...it still holds up... excellent bug action!
Like what....? Rivets, bolts, what...?
below the chin above the belly button...
I imagine those nasty bits are riveted, on the ends.... How else would a heavy metal girl be put together.
indeed and shiny.
Our Kind of Traitor **** LaCarre
Continuing my Contemporary Films binge: Happy Gilmore. The Wedding Singer: films that make you laugh, even while being silly and unbelievable (except, of course, the part where Bob Barker takes out Happy Gilmore).
And then...Twister, The Abyss, Hello Again...oh, the pain...
Elizabeth R (1970, BBC) Episode 3: Shadow In The Sun
I revisit this 6 part DVD set once or twice a year and am always reminded at how well it reproduces and dramatizes the private life of Elizabeth I, a genuinely exceptional (and typical) English monarch. Given the restrictions of their production resources this rendition of the famous Tudor queen remains the gold standard. Good episode streamer.
I watched that on TV all those years ago. It was excellent!
Fritz Lang's 1924 masterpiece
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