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(Wall Street Journal)   Where is the next generation of tough guys? They're out there. They just happen to go by the names Michelle Yeoh and Angelina Jolie   ( divider line
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478 clicks; posted to Entertainment » on 03 Mar 2006 at 1:55 PM (17 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2006-03-03 11:56:27 AM  
i agree. after watching Sin City, there is hope for clive owen. (he didn't look as out of place as josh harnett as a hit man, for god's sake.) keep clive away from emo films and gay cowboy epics and he could be another connery
2006-03-03 1:25:54 PM  
albo: gay cowboy epics

Hey, I liked "City Slickers."
2006-03-03 1:37:03 PM  
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Mitch was the best.

James Cagney? WSJ writer never saw Yankee Doodle Dandy.
Sly Stallone? WSJ writer never saw Tango & Cash
Mel Gibson?

But there was no doubt that they had a reason to walk with bowed legs.
John Wayne was a fag. I installed two-way mirrors in his pad in Brentwood, and he come to the door in a dress.
2006-03-03 2:20:18 PM  
Waiting at this guys house to kick his ass:

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2006-03-03 2:31:42 PM  
Nice, didn't RTFA but I love Michelle...
2006-03-03 3:03:26 PM  
I'm thinking about taking that new action hero chick. Things go well I might be showing her my "Yeoh" face. Yeoh! Yeoh! Yeoh! You know what I'm talking about about. Yeoh!
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