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DieOff
09-05-2008, 01:54 PM
- In a recent set of leaked divorce papers it has been revealed that Linda Hogan spends $7,000 on clothing, $7,500 on maids and over $1,500 on jewelry, whereas Hogan only spends $102 a month on clothes and over $1,800 in vacations.

- Variety has reviewed upcoming movie release The Wrestler:

"Talk about comebacks. After many years in the wilderness and being considered MIA professionally, Mickey Rourke, just like the washed-up character he plays, attempts a return to the big show in 'The Wrestler.' Not only does he pull it off, but Rourke creates a galvanizing, humorous, deeply moving portrait that instantly takes its place among the great, iconic screen performances. An elemental story simply and brilliantly told, Darren Aronofsky’s fourth feature is a winner from every possible angle, although it will require deft handling by a smart distributor to overcome public preconceptions about Rourke, the subject matter and the nature of the film."

Rob
09-05-2008, 02:12 PM
Gold digger!

IMAMEX
09-05-2008, 07:28 PM
- In a recent set of leaked divorce papers it has been revealed that Linda Hogan spends $7,000 on clothing, $7,500 on maids and over $1,500 on jewelry, whereas Hogan only spends $102 a month on clothes and over $1,800 in vacations.

- Variety has reviewed upcoming movie release The Wrestler:

"Talk about comebacks. After many years in the wilderness and being considered MIA professionally, Mickey Rourke, just like the washed-up character he plays, attempts a return to the big show in 'The Wrestler.' Not only does he pull it off, but Rourke creates a galvanizing, humorous, deeply moving portrait that instantly takes its place among the great, iconic screen performances. An elemental story simply and brilliantly told, Darren Aronofsky’s fourth feature is a winner from every possible angle, although it will require deft handling by a smart distributor to overcome public preconceptions about Rourke, the subject matter and the nature of the film."

Fucking awesome. If anyone could revive Rourke's career, it's Aronofsky. That guy is a genius.

MildernhardPark
09-06-2008, 01:22 AM
Glutonous Spending..

Jack Mehoff
09-06-2008, 02:52 AM
stupid bitch