Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Charelton Heston

Good riddance. You were possibly the most wooden actor to ever win an Oscar. Soylent Green is people! Yawn. The only movie where he was worth a hoot is Touch of Evil. Its made by Orson Welles and Chucky plays a man put into a tough position like a good Hitchcock movie. Shot in 1958 (I think) its in glorious black and white which I think makes it better. Then again, I loved seeing Chuck getting spun around a few times by fate.

You know, I think there are lots of guns where Chuck went. Only I'm guessing they are all pointed at him so he gets to feel what the other end feels like.


midway cyclist said...

Finally, they can pry that gun from his cold, dead hands.

desert dancer said...

It must be WONDERful to be that young, and that arrogant.
What have YOU contributed, then? That's what I thought. Able only to tear down; can't build up.
No problem, plenty of others to do it...
Not that many special people to applaud the death of a man.
(A man, by the way, who's name was known by EVERYone. Fans and foes, alike.- Even you.)
What will they write about you when you go?
Nice job,fool.