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Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)

“All I need are some tasty waves, a cool buzz, and I’m fine.” –Jeff Spicoli

While Fast Times at Ridgemont High is an ensemble teen drama, it’s often summed up as “that movie with Sean Penn as the stoner.” That’s fair. 503 more words

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Tom Petty’s New Mudcrutch Video Stars Anthony Hopkins

By Hayden Wright

Tom Petty’s other band Mudcrutch released a video for “I Forgive It All,” and recruited two Oscar-winners to shoot it. Sir Anthony Hopkins plays the video’s central character, an older gentleman driving through upscale and downscale neighborhoods of Los Angeles, full of thought and reminiscence. 103 more words

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WATCH: Tom Petty's New Video Starring Anthony Hopkins

Tom Petty’s band, Mudcrutch, has reunited and they managed to acquire the services of Anthony Hopkins to star in their latest music video.

The video for ‘I Forgive It All’’ is directed by Sean Penn. 65 more words

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MOVIE REVIEW | Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)

In a nutshell, Bored & Dangerous says: “A modern classic in a genre that is so easy to dismiss because so much deserves dismissal.”


“All I need are some tasty waves, a cool buzz, and I’m fine.” 571 more words

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MUDCRUTCH - " I Forgive It All "

After resurrecting his old band, Mudcrutch, a couple of years back, Tom Petty has set a course to make them a viable side act for his own work with the… 129 more words

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Sean Penn Directs And Anthony Hopkins Stars In Mudcrutch's 'I Forgive It All' Video

Tom Petty has been using celebrities to get a more cinematic feel for his videos for years; two of the most memorable examples of this are Johnny Depp’s appearance as Eddie in the “Into The Great Wide Open” video, and Kim Basinger’s turn as the titular character in “Mary Jane’s Last Dance.” Now, he’s brought in two *really* big names for “I Forgive It All,” a video off of… 188 more words

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Tom Petty teams with Sean Penn, Anthony Hopkins for new Mudcrutch video -- watch

After decades atop rock ‘n’ roll’s Mount Everest, Tom Petty finds himself with a bulging Rolodex of celebrity friends and collaborators. The chief Heartbreaker enlisted two such A-listers for his latest music video. 53 more words

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