Now two children danced across the godswood, hooting at one another as they dueled with broken branches. The girl was the older and taller of the two. Arya! Bran thought eagerly, as he watched her leap up onto a rock and cut at the boy. But that couldn’t be right. If the girl was Arya, the boy was Bran himself, and he had never worn his hair so long. And Arya never beat me playing swords, the way that girl is beating him.
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“Somewhat lost in the controversy over whether JFK is ‘right’ or ‘dangerous’ is the matter of whether it’s any good, just as a film. That’s the downside to Stone being such a provocateur: It’s too easy to get sidetracked by arguing with his opinions and the confident way he states them, while losing the handle on what he’s able to accomplish as an artist and storyteller…
So is JFK a good movie? Actually, it’s a great movie that looks better with each passing year. Even aside from what it’s saying, and even with the many, many forced moments, JFK has a mad genius about it.”
—Noel Murray, reassessing Oliver Stone’s JFK by reviewing the box set commemorating the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s assassination. [Read more…]
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We first met at the (Broadway) opening of Gentleman Prefer Blondes on December 8, 1949, and then we saw each other again soon afterwards at a party in Palm Sprigns. He asked to drive me home from the party. He told me, under the stars, that his marriage was through. Then he sang to me under a palm tree.
That’s kinda like employing the nuclear option…
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