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Neue Pics vom TJATAW - Set
neue Pics von Adrien, aufgenommen am Truth, justice and the American Way set.
sieht ziemlich gut aus *schmacht*
Golden Globes 2006
Adrien's gonna attend the 2006 Golden Globe Awards on January 16, 2006 on NBC
Don't miss to watch...
Golden Globes 2006
63RD ANNUAL GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS
Monday, January 16, 2006 on NBC
CECIL B. DEMILLE AWARD:
Presented to Sir Anthony Hopkins
by To Be Announced
MISS GOLDEN GLOBE:
Dakota Johnson (daughter of Don Johnson & Melanie Griffith)
Will & Grace Cast (Hayes, McCormack, Messing, Mullally)
More To Be Announced
Finally one of Adrien's latest movies "The Jacket" is out in the german videostores. Who has not seen the film yet should be doing it real quick, cause it's worth it !!!
1991: Jack Starks, a U.S. Marine Sergeant serving in the Persian Gulf War, receives a near-fatal gunshot wound to the head. Although he recovers, the incident leaves him with shock-related amnesia. After his release, with nowhere to go, Starks, who has no relatives, returns to his native Vermont.
Nine months later, hitchhiking along a snowbound Vermont highway, Starks encounters a broken down pick-up truck. The driver, a drunken, disoriented mother named Jean, and her eight-year-old daughter, Jackie, are stranded at the roadside. With Jean too drunk to speak with him, Starks approaches Jackie and offers his help and gets the truck started.
Starks continues hitchhiking, and is picked up by a station wagon driven by a young man headed for the Canadian border. Shortly afterward, the car is pulled over by the police and Starks blacks out. When he awakens, he finds himself on trial for murder in a small town court.
Found not guilty by reason of insanity, Starks is committed to Alpine Grove, a state institution for the criminally insane. There a staff physician, Dr. Becker subjects Starks to a jarring experimental treatment involving mind-altering drugs and claustrophobic physical restraint. Once medicated, Starks is wrapped in jacket-like restraints and left alone for hours at a time in a corpse drawer located in the hospital's basement morgue.
And in the drawer, in the dark and under the influence, Starks initially experiences flickers of memory from the war and the shooting of the police officer. Under this regimen, he begins putting together bits of his past and tries to make sense of his circumstances.
The past gives way to the future when he is suddenly transported to a diner in Vermont where he meets Jackie, a waitress who takes pity on him and tries to help him find a place to sleep for the night. It is Christmas Eve, and all of the local homeless shelters are full, so Jackie allows Starks to sleep on her couch. In these hours, Starks begins to realize that the drawer he?s been confined to is the secret to his recovery and that his future and well-being lie in the hands of the girl he?s just met.
What do ya think about the movie?
Some Fan Art
Hey wer nach guten Adrien avatars sucht ist hier an der richtigen Adresse:
Adrien Brody Live Journal Blog
poste mal ein paar der guten St?cke:
und ne neue siggi ist auch da (thanks to kmm1402)
und noch ein paar Glitzerschriften, die ich entworfen habe:
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@ All: Watch LTHW
Since I've watched Love the hard way a few days ago, I'm totally in love with that film. It's really some of the best stuff Adrien has ever done during his career So I'm tellin' you: If you haven't seen the movie yet, go watch it now! It's a real must for every Brody fan or the one who want to become one...
Brody stars as Jack: con artist, petty criminal, and womanizer extraordinaire.
Women seem to be attracted to his bad boy persona (isn?t that usually the way lust works?), and he takes full advantage of his rep as he fills his bed with random women, none of which he cares one iota about. Then along comes Claire (Charlotte Ayanna). Claire?s a serious student, hard-working, intelligent and sincere. She?s also quite attractive, leaving Jack no option but to hit on her. Blind to all of his many faults, Claire falls hard. Jack gets scared and pulls away. Claire calls, visits unexpectedly, and keeps hoping he?ll see the light and leave behind his life of crime. You get the picture. The downward spiral of love and betrayal continues until Jack and Claire turn down a dark path that should have been avoided at all costs.
Set in New York City, director Peter Sehr turns that city?s streets into supporting characters in a loving though brutally realistic look at the seedy underbelly of the Big Apple. Gritty, grainy, and teeming with unseen menace, the streets provide no sanctuary for "Love the Hard Way?s" lost and confused leading characters.
Adrien Brody is phenomenal ? as usual ? in this role. He must walk a very fine line between alienating the audience and going overboard and making Jack into a caricature of a pathetic loner. In Brody?s hands, Jack is flawed but real. One moment he?s a jerk you cringe away from, the next he?s a sympathetic figure.
I?m surprised we haven?t seen more of Brody?s costar, Charlotte Ayanna. Her heart wrenching performance in "Love the Hard Way" bodes well for what we can expect of her in the future. Talented with girl-next-door good looks, Ayanna infuses soul into a very tough role. From the wide-eyed college student to the hardened cynical woman she transitions into, Ayanna shows she?s someone to keep an eye out for.
"Love the Hard Way" is a hard film to watch. It?s a twisted romantic tale of love gone totally wrong. While it?s tough to watch, it?s also impossible to look away from.
by Rebecca Murray