10,000 cool points earned! Good for him!
He was so good in Basquiat, and I loved his tirade in the gallery. Not so much at Mr. Chow's though. Embarrassing. That was like a Mad TV sketch... sometimes you should've given it up like 5 minutes ago.
Now I've got PIL in my head. Awesome.
Jeffrey's workin, man. He's such the underrated guy of the 90s. I wish he'd gotten better films after Basquiat, he totally deserved the crack.
But then I think... Mark Ruffalo is amazing. You Can Count on Me should've gotten him better films, too. And I really like him in 13 Going on 30, because hello I'm a chick, but ... he is so capable. It's a little heartbreaking.
Isn't he in The Squid and the Whale? Or am I on drugs?
I'm certainly OT. Sorry about that. A little free-association going on here. Wincott gets me all torqued up! (Like JoJo the Indian circus boy, with his pretty new pet! Ha!) <p><!--EZCODE HR START--><hr /><!--EZCODE HR END--> <!--EZCODE FONT START--><span style="color:navy;font-family:times new roman;font-size:x-small;">"And that's the whole idea of the film: it's a fake documentary; it's about fake secrecy. It's really important to me that it's all transparent, all totally coy. It's about what happens when you keep secrets, because they're transparent anyhow. Things will come out one way or another, and just because they come out doesn't mean they are true." - Jennifer Montgomery</span><!--EZCODE FONT END--></p>