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I rather like the term 'hangman's fracture.' Apart from that, this sucks! I'm glad you're finding an alternative way to write, and I really hope that meds and physical therapy can put you back on your feet, or off your back, or, well, you know.
Commented Jun 21, 2013 on
I don’t like to whine and moan about my personal troubles here. I do it. But I don’t like to. As many of you know and a lot of you have probably guessed, I’ve been something of a physical wreck the last few months. Chronic hip and back pain that grew worse and worse to the point that I was, f...
Your piece makes me want to see the movie again - like, this weekend - framed through your observations. That's the highest praise I can give any review. I've always held Gary Oldman kind of suspect, even though I like him. Going into the film, my question was, as always, 'What does one do with Oldman, exactly?' This movie answered that question for me.
Commented Jan 22, 2012 on
In Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, Tomas Alfredson’s film adaptation of John le Carre’s novel, spy-catcher George Smiley (played by a shadow-seeking Gary Oldman) operates in a London that, worn down by a generation of cold war, has become as gray, cold, and uncomfortable and univiting as any cit...
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