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I just watched that movie the other day! I have them all on DVD. My mom got my husband and I Sirrius radio (well worth the $12/month), and they have the greatest radio station called the wave, and they always play echo and the bunnymen! My best friend and I won tickets to them in the ninth grade on the radio, and our parents would not let us go. She stole the station wagon and we got to the Fillmore for the last set! Totally got caught, worth it!!


Well if you're a geek for renting it, then what am I, since I own the damn thing? James Spader is such a bastard, but so freaking gorgeous in it.

As for Mr. Echo and his Bunnymen, The Killing Moon remains my all time favorite song, even beating out anything by Nine Inch Nails or Afghan Whigs, which is really saying something.

I've always thought you look much more like Parker Posey than Molly Ringwald.


James Spader Darr? Honestly? With those bug eyes and that creepy look? Why? Look I'm secure enough in my sexuality to be able to acknowledge when another man is good looking ok? But James Spader? Yikes! LMAO. Now Sean Connery that's different, I wish I could age as well as him and still have 20 year old girls lusting after me when I'm 70+, Brad Pitt, I see that... But James Spader? really? Why for Gods sake?




Love John Hughes and Echo. Saw 'em four times between 1985 and 1989. They're new album is suprisingly good--very throwback. Sad their drummer, Pete DeFreites, was killed in a cycle crash about ten years ago. Favorite Hughe's film....The Breakfast Club. "If Andrew gets up, we'll all get up! It'll be anarchy!"



and.. I just put Lips Like Sugar on my Ipod last week..



Attraction is a funny thing, it's not always just about looks. That being said, back in those 80's movies, James Spader was hot. A complete bastard, but hot. I grudgingly must admit he's not aging as well as I would have imagined, but back in the day he was definitely one of my adolescent/young adult celebrity boyfriends.

Sean Connery does nothing for me, and while I acknowledge that Brad Pitt is very good looking, he doesn't have that "it" factor for me either. The current celebrity boyfriend list would be something like this: (in no particular order) John Cusack, Dermot Mulroney, Clive Owen, Matthew Macfadyen, Jaromir Jagr, Trent Reznor, Greg Dulli and James Rubin. Rupert Everett is my gay boyfriend.


James Spader is adorable in Boston Legal. He is very hot!

As for John Hughes movies---love them ALL.

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