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- Mon Jan 12, 2004 4:36 pm
- Forum: Cattywampus
- Topic: Sometimes I Doubt Your Commitment to Sparklemotion
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I think it's from this play... something plum...plum something....I can't remember. A friend of mine did the cellar door monologue from it for something. It's a pretty long monologue so that's why I think that's where it's from. I'll let you know when i figure out the name.
stargirl wrote:I saw a preview for something like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, with Jim Carrey, Tom Wilkinson, Elijah Wood, Kate Winslet and Kirsten Dunst; that looked very promising as well.
Yea, I saw that too. It looks cool. Has anyone heard anything about it?
I loved Big Fish and I've been looking for Triplets of Belleville but it isn't playing freaking anywhere. I'm gonna suggest that everybody not see House of Sand and Fog unless they are particular fans of complete and utter misery. It was a tragedy of Shakesperean proportions and although you could p...
My boyfriend got me a bottle of dramamine and a box of bendryl along with some other stuff so that I would be all set next time I stayed at his house. (The car ride there makes me sick and I'm allergic to his cat.) I thought it was pretty funny.
Rocket From Crypts was inspired by Rocket From The Tombs, seminal proto-punk from Cleveland, I think. Best known for "Final Solution" which has been covered by just about everybody. Some members went on to form Pere Ubu. It was great, great fun, and the crowd had everything from kids to grey-haired...