"Is that a mutant baguette from the canal or are you just really, really, *extremely* happy to see me?"
Oy vey. Two magnificent live albums, one of which changed everything. Would an Allman Brothers list exclude Fillmore East? Would a James Brown list leave off Live at the Apollo? Would a Frampton...oh never mind.
I really wish he'd kiss and make up with Spampinato.
All the medical marijuana in California could not put a psychedelic tuxedo on this turd of a movie. Although this is pretty great:
"George Church, a geneticist at Harvard who helped start the Human Genome Project, encoded an HTML file of his latest book into DNA earlier this year." Which is, cough, the second best book about George Church ever written.
I have to wait another seven months for the keys to the kingdom? You teasing little minx! Also: I trust the Franklin Mint edition will come with matching ascot and monocle.
I'm not a cat person, but this was great. I always had a soft spot for "Marnie," despite its campiness, overacting, cheap pop psychology, etc--kind of like community dinner-theater Tennessee Williams. Alas moviegoers would have to wait another ten years to see Connery crush it in Zardoz.
@Smitros: You're on...Be warned, however, that I have been emulating Mr. Balk of late and am no longer the lightweight date I used to be...[belch]