TAKING A WALK ON THE FILMIC SIDE, TRANSITING THE VINTAGE ROADS.
Thanks for posting that one pic of Jake checking his cellphone - the pictures did not show up when I visited that one site (I cannot believe the sites I am visiting on the Internet sometimes because of Jake..! (*slaps self against head*), but he looks quite beautiful in that one. I am sure Jake holds onto that cellphone while he is sleeping..!).
True, what a cellphone addict Jake is! I suppose he's checking if that "hottie" Kendra has sent him a new message *tongue in my cheek*
Please some body get Lindsey away from Jake. She is a bad girl and he's a good boy. Love the pictures, Thanks Kendra.
Great photo finds Kendra,...drat that tree.
he looks gorgeous in the pic with the cellphone.isn't it funny that none of the pics shows who he's having lunch with?about lindsay, i used to hate her till i saw her in mean girls and freaky friday and thought she did a very good job.but her public persona is indeed off putting.it's a shame!!
I'm with you, gr77, Lindsay's media exposure is excessive, and she's the first to blame, but she's a great actress in "Mean Girls" she touched me with her final speech when she is crowned in the ball party. I also watched "Freaky Friday" in a bus TV making a trip and I liked it. And Robert Altman (R.I.P.) casted her in "A Prairie Home Companion" -I have to watch it yet, the same as "Bobby", I wouldn't mind she and Jake shared a film -and nothing more!-, she has just shooted "Chapter 27" with Jared Leto, and it sounds promising.
I know nothing about Lindsay Lohan apart from the gossip about her. (But Kendra, I still have the Vanity Fair issue from several months ago with her on the cover and where she apparently was revealing so much about herself, so I may yet read it after all..!).I am definitely going to see 'Bobby" because RFK was one of my all-time favorite Americans and I think I read somewhere she does a pretty good job in that movie.
I was 4 not quite 5 years old when Bobby died. It's perhaps one of my earliest memories...I swear I can remember seeing the Black and White television images of the crowd rushing the hallway to the kitchen...I remember seeing in the newspapers the following day ...all the business ads which were announcing their closings and "in memorial" to Mr. Kennedy... No sale ads...all somber and respectful, dignitifiedit made a impression on me as a small child , as I can still recall it even now.
so here is Young Hollywood classroom ;)...at Orso
Simon, I got some of those newspapers from E-bay at one time.One of the most memorable things about his funeral was the train ride from NY to Washington D.C. for the funeral at Arlington Cemetery - it took forever because there were so many people along the tracks and it was already dark when the train finally got there.Whatever his flaws were, RFK was special - and I think he became a different man after his brother's death. I especially liked the connection he had with children and teenagers. I have read mixed reviews about 'Bobby', but if the movie moves some young people to investigate him a little more, it will have served a purpose.
They can say anything they want about the Kennedy family, I know they were not saints. But I do believe they hold a sense of public responsibility , to see that the greater good is done, and for that I respect them.I think "Gandhi" is a very inspiring film.
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