Narito ako, na laging ng nakatingin sa mga ulaf at vitui-hinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn!!! si regine kasi ang kulit, sobrang baba ang notes walang ka challenge challenge. so of course may fortune cookie serna lagi sa huli. so hwag na kayong mahiya, don't just admire me, surprise me!!! so 31 pairs of sexy victoria secret underwear ok na sa akin, and the months that need sponsorship are september, and december (lalo na ito kasi panay ang palit ko ng fanty sa dinami dami ng nadyudyug-dyug ko tuwing pasko. ) kaya kung sino man kayong mga secret admirers ko, go na! kung di nio afford ang panty, affection puede na rin, since yan ang sabi ng fortune cookie serna of the day ko.
so kain ako ng kain ng combination fried rice with matching tulo-laway and soy sauce on my white D&G tee, until i had to break open the fortune cookie serna and see what's in store for me.
Rode (whose essential Charles Mc Graw biography is due this fall from Mc Farland) in association with the American Cinematheque’s own Chris D and on the dime of the estimable Film Noir Foundation, “Noir City” has entered its second of three weeks at the Egyptian.
Following its success at San Francisco’s Castro Theater, the series picked up at the Egyptian on April 12th with a pairing of Fred Zinnemann’s Act of Violence (1948) starring Van Heflin and Robert Ryan with Abraham Polonsky’s Force of Evil (1948) starring John Garfield and Marie Windsor, followed by a Friday the 13th deuce of Richard Fleischer’s steely Armored Car Robbery (1950) with Charles Mc Graw and William Talman alongside Robert Wise’s brutal Odds Against Tomorrow (1960) starring Robert Ryan and Harry Belafonte, with the late, great Richard Bright in an early role as Coco, a transparently gay gunsel.udiences have been treated to special appearances by Odds leading lady Kim Hamilton and Cry of the City (1948) costar Tommy Cook, both of whom shared priceless stories of working with the likes of Ryan, Belafonte, Richard Conte, Victor Mature and a young Shelley Winters.
Stark black and white thrillers edged with German expressionism gave a psychological twist to such tales of greed, betrayal, revenge and retribution as Robert Siodmak’s The Killers (1946) with Burt Lancaster and Ava Gardner, Jacques Tourneur’s Out of the Past (1947) with Robert Mitchum and Kirk Douglas and Edgar G.
Ulmer’s cheapjack Detour (1945) with future wife-killer Tom Neal and the aptly-named Ann Savage.
Confirmed guests for the remaining run include Ann Robinson (The Glass Wall, Saturday April 21), Coleen Gray (The Killing and The Sleeping City, Wednesday April 25), Peggy Webber (The Wrong Man, Saturday April 28), Richard Anderson (The People Against O' Hara, Saturday April 29) and the mighty, mighty Robert Loggia (The Garment Jungle, Wednesday May 2, closing night).
The recent passing of legendary theatrical personality Kitty Carlisle Hart, who died at the age of 96, brings up a subject on which I’m no expert, but I know what I like.