Remembering the Roles That Made Me Love Him: Philip Seymour Hoffman
. . . "It's as if Perry and I grew up in the same house. And one day he stood up and went out the back door, while I went out the front."
. . . . Sherlock is a self-described “high functioning sociopath” with regular spontaneous digressions into his "mind palace," the place in his head where he processes a dizzying combination of multiple possible logical deductions. We all must simply let him go there and wait until the hard drive exhausts the unyielding process. At that point Sherlock arises wide-eyed and euphoric . . .
The Beatles Let Us Be
. . . When you've got that much talent and genius coming together in conjunction with their human side: John's neediness, Paul's effervescence, George's mysticism and Ringo flamboyance; it is bound to trigger something. . .
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