i was quoting ‘heaven can wait’ yesterday - and it made me think that warren beatty is kind of forgotten now.
i think that’s a shame. he made some really good movies. he is smart, talented and not too bad on the eyes. :)
i’ve been sitting here reading the wonderful blog, apple scruffs, and vacillating between being happy, fascinated, charmed and then, ultimately, so unrelentingly sad.
the story of john and paul (and the other two, but less so) makes me so upset… because i wanted it to end with more of a definitive sign of renewal. i mean, i think they were fine - but i’m crushed that even paul was a little uncertain of how things were with them at the end.
it makes me hope beyond hope that there is a definite after-life and that they get to meet up and have some fun together!
when i first heard the ad for ‘slaying the badger’ last week on espn radio, i did an audible intake of breath and my extreme giddiness was noticed by those around me… i couldn’t believe i was going to get to see a movie about my beloved greg lemond!
i’d initially assumed they would tackle the story of the 1989 tour de france, which is beyond thrilling - but the story of 1986 will be just as interesting.
i’m silently counting the minutes until 8pm!
so very sad to hear that james garner passed away…
as a young girl, i was very much a fan of ‘the rockford files’ and have always thought of him fondly.
r.i.p., mr. garner…