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Review: Murder on the Orient Express 


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Sad and Useless "famous women with Steve Buscemi eyes" 
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"Sad and useless". lol. Or the provisional titile for Charlie Sheen's autobiography recollecting her feelings the mornlng(s) after.
The most scary thing about these photos is that in some cases they look like someone else (other existing celebrities) entirely. Princess Leia= Judy Davis.

I can't read stories about Montgomery Clift, I just can't. When will people stop trying to explain him and understand him? I mean, where do they get their psychological analysis from? From the perception others had of him'? Even if views like the one in the link sound perfectly plausible, they're still made up blah blah blah. I really hope they never make that movie about his life. Just let him rest in the peace he didn't have in life.

February 16, 2014 | Unregistered Commenteriggy

iggy -- except aren't they making a movie of his life now with Matt Bomer?

February 16, 2014 | Registered CommenterNATHANIEL R

Oops, you're right, so says IMDB. I guess I had blocked that information in my mind.
Here's hoping Bomer gets cold feet. The plot summary is as promising as that Liz- Burton movie with Lindsay Lohan.

February 16, 2014 | Unregistered Commenteriggy

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