sunny wrote:What could be the purpose of popularizing tats? Is there a belief in a magical component to wearing particular designs?
(An essay concerning the subtext of the film by the same title)
by Crispin Hellion Glover
Project Willow wrote:(An essay concerning the subtext of the film by the same title)
by Crispin Hellion Glover
Isn't it nearly impossible to read an essay composed of one long series of questions? Could he have published it otherwise? Does that give me an idea? Do I have secrets to tell? Can any of these questions be answered? What is the point?
Op: Isn't it terribly unhelpful that some bored celebrity freak has made a blogging career out of wild and ridiculous MC speculations reducing it to a cheap form of entertainment?
barracuda wrote:Oh man, that's tasty.
IMDB wrote:Glover and the producers did not come to a financial agreement for him to reprise the role of George McFly in Back to the Future Part II (1989). The producers brought the character back to life by splicing together archived footage and new scenes (using an actor in prosthetic makeup). Glover, who hadn't given permission for his likeness to be used, sued the film's producer, Steven Spielberg, and won. The case prompted the Screen Actors Guild to devise new regulations about the use of actors' images.
82_28 wrote:I then wind up watching a much more recent clip of an appearance of Barrymore on Letterman and it has to do with Letterman's dog being "from hell".
Barrymore now is "grown up" and is treated as such. She has no need to prance across Dave's desk. However the topics of "hell", "sinfulness" is the same. Hugh, don't you call this "priming" or something?...
"Con Air:" Priming the pump for 9/11
June 20th 1996 the Sands (Owned by Adelson) was already closed but made one last appearance in the movie Conair with Nicholas Cage. The Hotel was transformed, light bulbs replaced, weeds removed and slot machines put back in the Casino for the final take of the plane crashing into the Hotel. For a resort that hosted Hollywood's finest it was appropriate that she go out Hollywood Style with a blast.
Mark Loizeaux, whose company, Controlled Demolition Inc., has overseen the demolition, or “implosion,” of every major Strip structure since the Dunes was taken down in 1993.
Source: New York Times
Notable Retractions: Experts Change Their Tune to Harmonize with the Official Story
A similar example involves Mark Loizeaux, the president of Controlled Demolition Inc., a key company in the Ground Zero cleanup operation. An article published two days after the attack quotes demolitions expert Loizeaux mischaracterizing the collapse of the South Tower (whose top only began to topple like a tree, but then rapidly disintegrated) and expressing perplexity at the way the North Tower's top telescoped down.
CDI Inc. was also tasked with bringing down the remnants of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City after its partial destruction in 1995...
vanlose kid wrote:re the highlighted passage, seems to be about Crispin Glover.
if it is i can understand your sentiments regarding his media "representation", but this interview might help dispel misconceptions regarding his person and what he was trying at. no offense.
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