Cliff Gardner

Thursday, February 09, 2006

It could be like this, just like this, always

I think "Brokeback Mountain" is the best movie of the year. Of course, that might change later tonight when I see “Capote” with my team, but for now, it is on top. I just hope they don’t ruin it by making a sequel. I can picture some adventurous young film student hatching a screenplay called “Brokeback Sputnik” about homosexual space cowboys, starring Clint Eastwood and Tommy Lee Jones. You laugh, but hey, if they are making a sixth Rocky movie, nothing is safe.

11 Comments:

  • On Brokeback: I kept wishing, hope against hope that their would be a happy ending. Why can't there be happy endings?!

    By Anonymous elizabeth, at 4:48 PM  

  • i thought that adventurous film student for sure was gonna be me, since i hyperlinked you in my blog. i was glad to find that it wasn't.

    p.s. still haven't seen brokeback. what kind of shit is that?

    By Anonymous ashley, at 5:05 PM  

  • I hate Truman Capote. Such stupid books. Let me know how the movie is?

    By Anonymous Lucy Beauclair, at 6:24 PM  

  • 1. Our team can't follow directions very well. We have your trophies (I'm pretty sure) but we came home with Pacific Lutheran's packet. Perhaps you can contact Skip about that?

    2. Sorry I missed your birthday.

    3. Your voice sounds very authoritative. Whoever told me that before (Matt Shields?) was right.

    4. Brokeback Mountain was so surprisingly awesome. I tell people I LOVE it (and that I like it a lot) and they want to make gay cowboy jokes immediately and I get a little angry.

    5. Capote is really fuckin good, too, as you might already have discovered. I think Hoffman deserves best actor cause his performance was the best I've seen; but Ang Lee and Brokeback deserve top honors. Then again, Heath Ledger was really good and he wasn't doing an impression...

    6. I like numbering things.

    By Blogger Mike Owens, at 11:55 PM  

  • Capote is awesome. I liked Brokeback a lot, and it made me cry. But Capote has my heartstrings. 110%.

    By Anonymous zayne, at 12:11 AM  

  • Capote is tragic and plays with your emotions. Such a good film

    By Anonymous Sharl, at 12:37 AM  

  • Capote simply adds more evidence to my belief that writers are tortured human beings.

    By Anonymous Bethy, at 1:24 AM  

  • Brokeback: Good, but not best picture. I honestly thought Crash was better, but I'm f'd up like that. Haven't seen Capote.

    By Blogger Your Friendly Neighborhood Clark Bar, at 7:44 AM  

  • remember our phone conversation from the other day? well, yesterday was an amazing day. a-mazing. tonight should be again. i know you have a tourny this weekend in c-val but i am going to call you and force feed you all this happiness from my life :)

    By Anonymous amy, at 7:50 AM  

  • capote. oh. my. god.

    did it beat brokeback?

    By Anonymous ashley, at 9:44 AM  

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