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Diamonds Are Forever
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Diamonds Are Forever.. Each n ever single gf i had used to get jealous from my banootat friends =D bss they Had to =p And now i'll tell u why i love them so much w i'd love to call them .. My Diamonds We all know that Diamonds are pretty expensive but My diamonds are Priceless and These Are My Diamonds: Punkeya : Damn u alwayz made me feel good about myself u alwayz made me laugh wen i needed to! w u're alwayz there for me! cant Thank U enough! THaaaaaaankssssss U're the funniest Banoota i've ever met n u r so freakin Honest (how can u do that =p) n I Mean It .. who ever is gonna have ur heart is gonna be THE LUCKIEST person on earth coz u r the most (Amagingnest) person ever If I wud give u anythin i'd give U: The Stachu Of Lebirty I Love u *** Her Majesty "Sugar Vice": ok awal shay ba6la3 mn el maw'6o3 for a sec. to tell u .. U R the HOTTEST girl walkin on earth! msh bss the way u look but the way U think the way u talk da da da da damnnnn (K) El7en nerja3 lme7war 7adethna =D She fights Good for her property =p thanks for being my brains when i cudnt think =D U're the (bestset) (sexiest) (Naughtyest) chick ever =p If I wud give u anythin: i'd give u a photo shoot(H) and a Crown I Love U .. U Shud be treated like a Queen Ur highness **** MeeMz: Ok we're gonna need a whole day to talk about this girl awal shay she'z got the best flickr account u have to check it out =D ( da3aya .. yalla show me the money =p) thaneyan .. She wont be a second late if u ever needed her .. u can talk to her n get everythin outta ur chest for hours n hours n she'll lsn ( dont u get bored >_> =p).. bss tmel bser3a mn other things ( so u have to always find a way to keep her amused) If I wud give u anythin: i'd give U THE HUGEST MOST BIGGEST Teddy Bare ever ( bss i'll name it >_> ) I love U *** Asomni: Nothin 2 say about her >_> Just kiddin .. shez my lil secret Keeper( tho i always say enha 7alj .. but shez so not) shez that type of ppl that U CAN NEvER EVERR Say no to!! ya3ni seriously u cant just not Fall in love with her (tho she's still a stupid teenager =p) she's a Category of her own no1 can really get her! shez mysterious =D bss i do coz im her BEST BUDDY =D If I wud give u anythin: I'd Give U the ownership of the Mac coz i kno how much u love make up ( and Vicky Secret too =p) and an Austin Martin =D (her favorite Car) I lovech wayed *** MeMe (El O5ty =p): U know when u really need someone to Encourage u!! then u really need her.. shez alwayz there to tell me That im Strong n i can do whatever I wanna do She gives u that Superman feeling =D Thanks for believing in me when i didnt believe in myself thanks for defending me N oh yeah .. Meme dom tgol: elle yza3el 5aloodni i'll kick the Shit out of him yeah she's my superhero too =D If I wud give u anythin: I'd Give u a T-shirt with my pic on it .. Naaaah im just kiddin thats not even a gift .. i'd give u a Trophy with " My Sper Hero " Written on it. I love u yal O5ty *** Noody (my baby): shez my friend .. my best friend i call her my baby coz shez so tiny n Cuuuute n ok i'll confess she was my 1st Crush ( Suga Vice do u wanna know who was my 2nd crush =p) ya5i her heart is the most sweetest n kindest heart ever she'd alwayz forgive me coz she knowz how much i love her w she knowz enah im nice (the8a the8a) i love sleepin next to her .. 9a7 the next day i find her on the floor .. bss what to do .. im a fighter 7ta lu raged HA3!! She's got the most innocent Face ever ( she reminds me of that cat in Shrek) If I wud give u anythin: i'd give U (i'll tell u etha e3terafty >_> ) im kiddin =D i'd Give u allota boxers >_> =p and the ownership of Mc Donald 's i Love u baby *** Nawarii (Nawafco aka The Kooki Power): awalan she loves Trix (ughhh) =p shez so cute tried to date her bss she alwayz says no (i have no idea why LOL!) Shez so -straight- Forward thats what i love about her FEL FACE yalla menak Gommo 3anha ya3ni Goww goww Nawarii Shez the sexist skeleton i've ever met =p w she's so much fun to hang out with i love goin out with her n i love talkin to her 3al phone the whole night w i love the fact that she HAS TO TAKE US TO THE TOILET WITH HER >_> If I wud give u anythin: I'd Give u the Rever Nile =D and a Giant Cookie =D ... ..... ...... I Love u My (3alaga el9afra) u thought i wont mention that didnt U?? HAHAHAHA FDeeetich *** FaFee (Sexy Momma): ok .. when i 1st talked to her on phone .. umm i thought she was teasing me coz she's got the SEXIEST VOICE EVER ( n that cokacola body =D) w yeah 3aks Meemz tmaman shez the WORST LSNER sometimes when i talk to her i wonder if she's still on earth >_> ana w Fafee got a very long history 2gether and i love each n every single minute of it! We have a very big secret that no1 knowz about! n im takin it with me to
A POSTER for the period drama “Hollywoodland” says that “dying in Hollywood can make you a legend.” George Reeves would have been flattered. A two-bit talent who is the film’s nominal reason for being, Mr. Reeves is best remembered, if at all, for two things: playing Superman on TV, and a bullet in the head. In 1959 someone blew his brains out in a house tucked between Sunset Boulevard and Mulholland Drive. The death was ruled a suicide, but the movies love a tasty murder, which is why Ben Affleck has packed on the pounds, slipped on some tights and given this exasperating film far more than it gives in return. “Hollywoodland” tells several stories, one of them reasonably well. Before he became a cautionary tale about making it in the movies, Mr. Reeves was a smoothie with brilliantine hair as slick as his pickup lines. In the early 1950’s he was hustling hard, hitting auditions while the sun was up and cruising the nightclub scene after dark. He was trying to build on his decent roles in forgettable films and negligible parts in memorable ones, including a bit as an eager young caller who worships at Scarlett O’Hara’s feet in “Gone With the Wind.” Even now, if you didn’t know Mr. Reeves from “The Adventures of Superman” you might not notice him next to Vivien Leigh and David O. Selznick’s expensive sets, which of course was the problem. Mr. Reeves didn’t have the requisite acting skills that might have led to steady work, much less marquee billing: he was a would-be star in a town full of extras with superior luck, looks and talent. In the late 1930’s, when he appeared in “Gone With the Wind,” he was pretty, if not pretty enough to break ranks. As the years passed, and the pounds and disappointment mounted, the prettiness disappeared as did the opportunities. By the early 1950’s what remained was a puffy face that was quick to smile but, at least on “Superman,” could seem impatient, almost irritable. As it happens, all those times Clark Kent took Jimmy Olsen to task, it might have been Mr. Reeves who was expressing his own discontent. That, at any rate, is how the world turns in “Hollywoodland.” In 1951 Mr. Reeves met the older, far richer Toni Mannix (Diane Lane), a Hollywood wife made vulnerable, if not yet humble, by age. A former actress of no note, she was married to the MGM executive Edward J. Mannix, played by Bob Hoskins, perhaps accurately, as a thug in a front-office suit. Mr. and Mrs. Hollywood, with his-and-her paramours to go with the other servants, the couple was powerful enough to take their playmates out on a double date. Pets yukking it up with their masters at the dinner table is an ideal setup for the director Allen Coulter, who until now has only worked on a small canvas directing for television. Mr. Coulter and the screenwriter Paul Bernbaum want to bend Mr. Reeves’s biography as an actor-cum-gigolo into a tragedy, and Mr. Affleck is more than up to the task. When the actor first eases up to Toni, sweet and softly talking, he makes you see what a woman like her might see in him besides a good time. Buzzing with life, he has yet to fall prey to self-pity, and Toni draws on his youth and his optimism as if from a deep well. Later, as defeat takes its grinding toll, Mr. Affleck lets weariness creep into his face, pulling his features down until it becomes difficult smile. Mr. Reeves’s career shrinks, his silhouette bloats; the pounds turn his body into dough, and then into lead. George Reeves was a sad case, but not every sob story or even every suicide has the makings of a tragedy. Even the filmmakers don’t seem especially convinced on this count, since half of “Hollywoodland” involves a dead-end pseudo-noir about another hustler, a private eye named Louis Simo, whom Adrien Brody fails to shape into a character of interest despite much aggressive eyebrow raising. Hired to investigate the Reeves death, Simo subsequently enters on a journey that distractingly toggles between his life and that of the dead man, and involves feeling and healing, fathers and sons and an occasional knuckle sandwich. In time Simo learns about facing the life you have rather than the life you want, which may be grand advice in therapy but doesn’t make for involving drama. Hollywood history is filled with stories as bleak as that of the man who was Superman, if only on TV, object lessons about hungry hopefuls who went looking for fame and found nothing, or maybe just a little something. Mr. Reeves might have been disappointed by life whether he became a doctor or a soda jerk at Schwab’s. To amp the pathos, though, the film implies that he was edited out of “From Here to Eternity” because audiences were distracted by Superman trading lines with the star Burt Lancaster. Yet Mr. Reeves is still in the picture, and he’s fine. As a gossipy off-duty soldier in a Hawaiian shirt, he gets the job done. And then he ambles off, leaving the rest of the film to those who could manage it better. MA

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