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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Some pictures of Johnny Depp behind the scenes of the movie

Some pictures of Johnny Depp while they realized some years ago the movie directed by Terry Gilliam: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas  … 163 more words

Johnny Depp

Review: The Rum Diary


Starts out promising, but quickly becomes a drive-less, uninspiring and confused journey through mediocrity.

The film is In Memory of Hunter S. Thompson, who in film circles is most famous for writing the novel that inspired the trippy Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. 273 more words

Film

Pearl Jam, Fear and Loathing, Tourists, and Miles

I still haven’t figured out how to title these random posts so my apologies.

I’m asked a lot how I decide on my vacation spots. I don’t have a certain method. 546 more words

Travel

What’s Eating Johnny Depp? The Actor at Age 50: A Mid-Career Retrospective (Part Three) — The Bad, the Brave and the ‘Beautiful’

We left off a while back, in our appraisal of actor Johnny Depp’s cinematic output, with comments concerning some of his more (ahem) “eclectic” performances. Continuing with our reflections on his art, we pick up the thread with a series of film forays from the late 1990’s. 2,078 more words

Drama

Terry Gilliam's Work is Way More Influential Than You Think

Terry Gilliam’s Work is Way More Influential Than You Think

I’m really looking forward to seeing Gilliam’s new film The Zero Theorem.  The above article is an interesting article about how Gilliam has influenced the world of film.   109 more words

Random Retro Reaction - 8/25/2014

After attending a heaping hunk of hot rod shows this summer, I finally got around to reading Tom Wolfe’s The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby.  This is a collection of Wolfe’s articles published between 1963 and 1965 for  675 more words

Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas

FEAR AND LOATHING IN BOOMTOWN

CHAPTER ONE: The Girl Who Had The Sizeable Amount Of Acid

It’s the first day at Boomtown and I just don’t know what life is any more. 1,400 more words

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