March 21, 2007

7 Facts

1. Martin Scorsese's The Last Temptation of Christ, which just so happened to arrive in my mailbox today yay!, was released on the 13th of October 1988 here in Australia. That's my birthday. Crazy.

2. Dennis Hopper used to look like a robot when he was young.

3. I wish Barbra Hershey worked more often. Cause, seriously. What the hell?

4. I was doing ironing earlier today and discovered a top that I had lost. Turns out I don't know why I was upset because I don't even like the top and I was just annoyed that I had lost it. I promptly threw it out.

5. I bite my fingernails way too often

6. I have Yoko Ono's Yes, I Am A Witch CD sitting here on my desk and I am unsure of what to do with it. I'm slightly scared and bewildered.

7. I have so much sympathy for the Brits. Doesn't this (scan to the bottom) just make you scratch your head and ponder "...huh?"

5 comments:

Dave said...

I thought I commented on this post already, but whatever. Blogger is messing with me.

But yes. I only fell for Barbara Hershey when I saw in The Portrait of a Lady, for some reason... now I love her. She appears to have three things completed... though given that she's the biggest "star" in all of them- and in one she's the ONLY person- it doesn't exactly bode well for distribution.

And in regard to #7- argh! I'm not even counting on that date. Knowing them, they'll pull it just a few days before. I hope the film is actually good- I've been waiting for so f***ing long. Thanks for the sympathy though!

JA said...

Does this make you the resurrection of the fictional representation of Jesus then? Like, you're Willem Dafoe's "acting essence" reincarnated? Groovy.

Kamikaze Camel said...

hahah, maybe. I loved the movie, so...

Dave, No matter what you think of the film, Joan Allen is simply stunning.

I haven't seen Portrait actually, strange considering it has Nicole in it. But I love her in everything I've seen her in so...

RC said...

that's crazy on the upside of anger...

is that true? surely that has to be an imdb.com typo???

Kamikaze Camel said...

Nope. The Brits have yet to see it. Crazy, huh?