We're finally on our own;
This summer I hear the drumming -
Four dead in Ohio..."
- A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
- Super 8 (2011)
- The Ides of March (2011)
|Team Edward decided to teach K-Stew a lesson|
He cares only about finding his gold... and shining their shoes. Quirky!
|The Irish Paralympians were determined to get gold|
|Ryanair's attempt to levy a 'Cowboy Hat Charge'|
was the final straw...
|He couldn't believe Crash had fallen for the old|
'black eye telescope' prank again...
|Passion probably wouldn't have flared had they stayed|
at the Linton Travel Tavern (off Junction 9 of the M11)
If that floats your boat.
|"Hey Atticus - I stole your hat!"|
|George Bailey: the man who put the 'Bail' in 'Bank Bail Out'|
An entire other way of living is literally just down the road.
It's notable that he has a bust of Napoleon in his office.
“All the animals come out at night: whores, skunk pussies, buggers, queens, fairies, dopers, junkies, sick, venal. One of these days a real rain will come and wash all this scum off the streets...”
“Listen you fuckers, you screwheads! Here is a man who would not take it any more! A man who stood up against the scum, the cunts, the dogs, the filth, the shit. Here is a man who stood up!”
|I told you not to pick it...|
I understand now why Rudy Giullani is so feted in New York. I'm not saying that his 'Zero Tolerance' programme made all the difference between the NYC of Taxi Driver and the safe, relatively-clean city we can see today, but crikey, something was needed. It could be argued that New York has become bland, corporatised and homogenous compared to the edgy, grungy, New York of independent businesses seen in this film. But here's the question: where would you rather walk around at night?