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My only question is why didn't the management handle this properly? This woman should have been ejected from the theatre the minute she wouldn't comply with the rules - she had been doing this throughout the performance & had been asked to stop, but refused. Right or wrong, I don't blame Kevin Williamson. I'm sick & tired of hearing & seeing everyone's personal conversations, no matter what the setting. My old acting teacher, Bill Hickey, had it right years ago when he said television has ruined theatre & movies because people think they're in their living room. When I pay money for a ticket, I pay to see & hear the the show, not the audience members.
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Courtney & Madonna was absolutely priceless! Another MTV moment I loved was during Woodstock '94 when Kennedy shoved a microphone in a sleeping attendee's face & asked him if he was a fan of house music. It's one of those things that's forever stuck in my mind.
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Where's "Ordinary People?"
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I thought of another childhood favorite that I've continued to read again over the years. "Up A Road Slowly" by Irene Hunt. The part where Aggie dies can still make me bawl like a baby.
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So beautifully written! I could barely get through the part where she talks about the dogs in heavan.
I don't know if it's weird, but I understand what you mean. You also brought to mind one of my favorites as a teenager -- "The Outsiders" by S.E. Hinton. "Stay gold, Ponyboy, Stay gold....."
Oh yeah - I could barely make it through the end.
Midnight Cowboy by James Leo Herlihy. When I was 14, I stayed up all night reading it, got to the end just as the sun was coming up & bawled my eyes out. And almost anything by John Irving can make me laugh out loud on one page & cry on the next.
How about Pat Boone singing "Crazy Train?" Although it was cool in a weird sort of way....
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Not that I personally ever gave a flying, but what about Madonna's "Like A Prayer" video? I remember it creating quite a brouhaha back in the day.
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Definitely a 10 on the awwww meter - especially #2!
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Babydoll's fantasy gang in "Sucker Punch." A strange & critically panned film, but incredibly stylish & those girls kicked a$$!
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Party Monster. The whole thing is a giant PSA, but the scene where they're looking for cocaine they might have dropped & end up tearing a hole in the wall is pretty grim.
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Your comment brought to mind the Twilight Zone episode "Time Enough to Last," where Burgess Merideth finds the library books all intact after the H-bomb goes off & he's the last person alive. Finally having all the time in the world to read, his glasses get broken.
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I'd add the library from the film "The Box."
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"The Rocky Horror Glee Show." It might not have been the best in the world, but at least somebody made a stab at it.
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Robert Mitchum singing "Leaning on the Everlasting Arm" as Reverend Harry Powell in the original "Night of the Hunter" still creeps me out every time I hear it.
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I haven't had any use for Norman Mailer since he championed Jack Henry Abbott's prison release & Abbott went on to murder a friend of mine.
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