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2013-06-20 03:19:46 PM
Big deal. He was an actor that just about none of you even knew IRL. An actor. Meanwhile, thousands of people who spent their lives doing good for others died in anonymity and no one gives a shiat.

Also, is anyone really surprised? He was grossly overweight and didn't seem like he had too many healthy habits. That is what happens to you when you disrespect your body; you die too young.

I just don't get all the faux grief and sadness over an actor whose most famous role was a criminal maggot piece of shiat.
 
2013-06-20 03:22:17 PM

FarkinHostile: Big deal. He was an actor that just about none of you even knew IRL. An actor. Meanwhile, thousands of people who spent their lives doing good for others died in anonymity and no one gives a shiat.

Also, is anyone really surprised? He was grossly overweight and didn't seem like he had too many healthy habits. That is what happens to you when you disrespect your body; you die too young.

I just don't get all the faux grief and sadness over an actor whose most famous role was a criminal maggot piece of shiat.


That's the funniest thing I've read all day
 
2013-06-20 03:24:31 PM
Horrible news...
WAY too young...farkin 51...
I'm 43, does that mean I have 8 years left???
Well, I'm 165 on a heavy day...so, I doubt it.
The poor fat bastard...that last pic of him on TMZ shows just how heavy he'd gotten.
Sad...
Great actor...forever immortalized...
I think few people can say that...he can.
Anytime ANYONE thinks Hollywood mob, they think Corleone, Scarface, DeNiro, Pacino, and you damn well better know they think Tony Soprano, James Gandolfini.
R.I.P.
 
2013-06-20 03:55:43 PM

stonicus: NorCalLos: Crewmannumber6: december: the ending is a constrained choose your own adventure. they laid the pieces for a handful of very plausible outcomes. pick whichever you want most and think of that as the real ending of the show. there is no one right answer.

it's not the most satisfying way to end a show, but it is original and consistent with Chase's non-handholding style of writing.

/compare with Lost -- no one gives a shiat about the show anymore given how bad the ending was.

Oh yeah? Well, Di Caprio was still dreaming at the end of Inception, so there.

What happened at the end of Vanilla Sky?

He wakes up in the future, his face fixed, but his money all gone and everyone he knew and loved dead.  It's not exactly a cliffhanger, because they kinda straight up tell you what happens.


I thougth it ended with Tom Cruise falling from a building or something. Been a while...
 
2013-06-20 06:13:58 PM

555-FILK: thamike: F*CKING F*CK.

ALL, I was just reading this:

http://masterofsopranos.wordpress.com/the-sopranos-d efinitive-explanat ion-of-the-end/

Kind of long but it's there if you want to check it out.


I didn't know about this essay, but it's exactly what I've been telling frustrated people since the finale aired.  I'm not sure what they would have preferred-- a boring family dinner and fade to black with Journey accompanying the credits,  or an absolute bloodbath in which our favorite characters get murdered.  Because, you know, Meadow is now blocking the assassin's exit, possibly startling him with her entrance at the exact moment he pulls the trigger.  She did enter fairly quickly.  Did they really want to see that sh*t go down?  It would've been gratuitous and would have negated all the skill and poise of the series up to that point.  The cut to black was not just the best ending possible, it was the only acceptable one.  And it was hardly coy or even vague, as this writer meticulously points out.

Thanks for the link, it's a good read so far.
 
2013-06-20 07:33:43 PM

Carth: But it is 100% certain that obesity increases the risk for heart attacks and kills thousands of people a year well before they need to die.

I agree we can't be sure Gandolfini died because of his weight but that doesn't mean it isn't worth mentioning. We can't be sure gun control measures would stop mass shootings but it is still a topic talked about every time there is a tragedy. The reason both are brought up isn't out of disrespect to the dead but to try and preserve the living.

As for poor taste? You've been on fark 8 years. my comments are tasteful compared to many in RIP threads.


You probably aren't expecting this, but I suppose you're exactly right. My apologies for singling you out. I see your point of view, and I can understand it completely. You're also correct about obesity, and I suppose it was wrong of me to automatically assume you were being negative or rude for pointing out that fact. The fact is something wacky and zany was going on for a 51 year old man to drop dead of a heart attack. Plus, yes, let's be honest, we wasn't a healthy weight. He wasn't morbidly obese, but he was certainly overweight. So yeah, it wasn't fair for me to single you out.
 
2013-06-20 08:08:45 PM

Crewmannumber6: NorCalLos: What happened at the end of Vanilla Sky?

I woke up and turned off the TV


i ate a pizza made by that guy in the Vanilla Sky song
 
2013-06-20 11:53:35 PM

NorCalLos: What happened at the end of Vanilla Sky?


Tom Cruise took the world's longest elevator ride for the sake of getting through a lot of clumsy exposition, then he managed to make a maybe-suicide almost anti-climactic, then the credits rolled, I went home, and watched the original, infinitely superior, "Open Your Eyes" and saw a topless Penelope Cruz, playing the same character much better.

Seriously, "Open Your Eyes" is fantastic.
 
2013-06-21 05:18:03 AM

100 Watt Walrus: Tom Cruise took the world's longest elevator ride for the sake of getting through a lot of clumsy exposition, then he managed to make a maybe-suicide almost anti-climactic, then the credits rolled, I went home, and watched the original, infinitely superior, "Open Your Eyes" and saw a topless Penelope Cruz, playing the same character much better.


I feel bad for the younger generation watching Vanilla Sky for the first time, wondering when Tech Support's going to chop off Tom Cruise's hand.
 
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