Last summer, I saw Robert's picture for the first time in a Drexel Daily Digest. He was seated at the bar in McGlinchy's, one of Philadelphia's oldest taverns. He looked so familiar that for a moment I thought he was an actor. I saw him again not long ago, sitting at the same place and wearing the same outfit.
Zombies, heroin, sex, punk rock: all themes that have existed in the past work of Danny Boyle (28 Days Later, Trainspotting) and Frank Cottrell Boyce (24 Hour Party People). The two teamed up to create the film Millions. Going into this movie I had no idea what it was about, so naturally, based specifically on the past work of Boyle that I had seen, I expected, and was very much looking forward to, a dark and twisted film.
When we wake from dreams we often fear the reality that we are about to face or the terror that held us captive in our subconscious. Yet we leave it behind, trying to focus on the world at hand, pretending that we do not think of the things that society tells us are inappropriate even though they are apart of human nature.
http://anonymouslawyer.blogspot.com With blogs becoming a popular way to get ideas across and tell stories, it was only a matter of time before someone came along and satirized the experience. Anonymous Lawyer is the continuing saga of a fictional hiring partner at a large law firm in a major city.
Ahh, Lenny Kravitz. He's the one that remade a couple of really cool old songs, and now all those goddamn teenieboppers down at the mall treat me like an idiot for saying I like that song American Woman, you know, by The Guess Who. Young folks these days think they're so smart with their baggy pants and their genetically modified foods and.
Think that you have bad timing?
Bands that probably won't be cloned by Swedish scientists.