Billy Bob Thornton is really funny. He was a revelation in Bad Santa. Who knew back in 1996 when the Arkansas native earned raves for directing, writing and starring in… 481 more words
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- John Dillon is a retired teacher, activist and publishes Pension Vocabulary.
In the opening of A New Leaf, one of my favorite Walter Matthau films, an angry and non-repentant Matthau is castigating his financial advisor for a bounced check, one that has made the one-percenter Matthau look like “some kind of indigent.” His advisor tries cautiously to explain to Matthau that he has been overspending his inheritance annuity for the last so many years, and he has now exhausted his capital. 146 more words
1963, directed by Stanley Donen
Starring: Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant
Best Quote: “Come on man, look; my mama didn’t raise no stupid children.”
Picture Audrey Hepburn, here known as Reggie, swathed in Givenchy, sitting outside a ritzy resort on a snowy mountain, her breath coming out in cold puffs. 320 more words