Thursday, October 26, 2006

Good Day, Mr. Kubrick...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

It appears that there have been bad video resumes as long as there have been young people with film/video equipment.

I wonder if this is haunting him.

12:49 PM  
Anonymous dr. dave said...


I held it together until... "Not eem on CRUTCHEEAWS!!"


7:07 PM  
Blogger Lulu said...

OH DEAR, SWEET, FLUFFY LORD! I'm, I'm,....DAYUM. I have not the words. I wonder how this ended up on the internet? This is worse than discovering nekkid pictures of yourself posted somewhere online. I am sincerely embarrassed for this pitiful bastard. Wow.

11:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is just plain painful. I tried to watch it again and could not. I had to shut it off at "The most capable."

I am embarrassed for thr poor adult be became.

8:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WTF? Is this clown really a produce of Juilliard? He makes Ralph Macchio look like one of the finest actors of our time.

11:07 AM  
Blogger Matt Dowling said...


3:51 PM  
Anonymous Dolores H said...

Oh wow. So many emotions came out of this one. And none of them included respect or admiration. XD I almost stopped this after the the first words of the monologue. Wow. Matt Dowling summarized it perfectly.

The guy needs to get over himself. If he and Kevin Federline were up for an Oscar, K-Fed would win. And maybe this is beside the point, but his character has a broken back and several burns all over his body. Shouldn't he be... oh, I don't know... STILL?? Plus, how about a little variety in his tone, volume, and inflection? Not all dramatic monologues have to be shouted.

12:58 AM  
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