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Sunday, January 13th 2013
Not Fade Away wasn’t a great movie, but it was deliciously stylish, full of wonderful music & well worth watching if only for Jack Huston & James Gandolfini’s performances. Look at Jack’s sweet whole face! Love him!
Sunday, January 6th 2013
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Monday, September 24th 2012
James Gandolfini & Jack Huston - HBO Emmy after-party
OH MY GOD, KISS HIM!
James & Jack are both starring in David Chase’s film Not Fade Away. I am very excited to see more pictures of them together.
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Tuesday, September 18th 2012
I’m going to write Boardwalk Empire musings this season like I did for last season of Mad Men, though I’ll be honest, most of them will be about Richard. Here’s a Richard-analysis for the season premiere!
The ghosts of Jimmy and Angela Darmody live on in Gillian and Richard. Sweet Tommy Darmody is spoiled with attention from the woman in love with the dead man and the man in love with the dead man’s dead wife. Never mind that Jimmy was Gillian’s son or Angela a lesbian, these two characters hold proud incestuous, uninformed torches for their deceased loves, and their respective departed beloved lives on inside Tommy. The bond between Gillian and Richard is both beautiful and volatile; they both want to best prove their love for Tommy: Richard by keeping Angela’s memory alive, Gillian by replacing her. This intense overwhelming need to put their love on someone who will one day become a version of their lost love bonds them, so even while Gillian offers sweet voiced threats to Richard’s stability in her home if he refuses to live inside her story and carve out his own, Richard offers a sincere, “I understand” in response to Gillian’s objection at Richard schooling Tommy on Angela’s existence.