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Bret Easton Ellis
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BRUCE WAGNER THE BEE PODCAST: addiction, screenwriting, relatability, Bieber roast, Dead Stars podcastone.com/bret pic.twitter.com/xHMTF0K2Sq
THERE'S A ROAD TO EVERYWHERE EXCEPT WHERE YOU CAME FROM by BRYAN CHARLES is an essential young-guy-in-NY 9/11 memoir. pic.twitter.com/mgC7TpzpF1
BRUCE WAGNER on THE BEE PODCAST: Maps to the Stars, David Cronenberg, Hollywood horror stories podcastone.com/bret pic.twitter.com/HZROV9q23b
MOLLY RINGWALD on THE BEE PODCAST: Warren Beatty, free-range parenting, Pretty In Pink reshoot podcastone.com/bret pic.twitter.com/4QWGTvgKq7
THE BEE PODCAST with MOLLY RINGWALD: angry John Hughes, Reagan 80s, Downey Jr, Twitter attacks podcastone.com/bret pic.twitter.com/QSL0Mzgq9q
SMASH CUT by Brad Gooch: riveting, lyrical, devastating memoir about being young and facing death in 1980s Manhattan. pic.twitter.com/Zv75KAyn9T
MOLLY RINGWALD on The BEE PODCAST: dark side of John Hughes, Ad-Rock, Duckie as gay, the muse. podcastone.com/bret pic.twitter.com/EFSdwi7qJ9
It's now May and MAD MAX: FURY ROAD is probably the best movie of 2015 so far...but why does this vaguely depress me? pic.twitter.com/0s3SkW2K4t
"All things are tragic when a mother watches..." Frank O'Hara pic.twitter.com/pC1aColPRL
This is a list from a new app called The List. List #4: MSNBC DUDES RATED IN ORDER OF ATTRACTIVENESS... pic.twitter.com/PZxc6N3Q75
The BEE PODCAST now available. The Oscars. Selma Snub. Chris Nolan. Empire. Sabbath's Theater: podcastone.com/bret pic.twitter.com/H73sThDkTS
The BEE PODCAST: Alex Ross Perry. Sentimental narratives. Empire. Interstellar. Philip Roth. podcastone.com/bret pic.twitter.com/noVXfZgz7x
The great LOUIS GARREL in Bertrand Bonello's SAINT LAURENT opening next week in US: the power of a silent film star. pic.twitter.com/sFACY1jguF
The BRET EASTON ELLIS PODCAST returns next week on PodCastOne: Sentimental narratives & the fallacy of "relatability" pic.twitter.com/PrdxvMioIL
"A man should be able to hear, and to bear, the worst that could be said of him..." Saul Bellow. pic.twitter.com/0ovkmHeGiF
2015 Performances I like: Waititi, WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS; Serhant, WHILE WE'RE YOUNG; Moore, MAPS TO THE STARS... pic.twitter.com/HgF57CYOqc
The movie event of 2015 so far is Alex Gibney's 4-hour doc about the king of Empire: SINATRA: ALL OR NOTHING AT ALL. pic.twitter.com/8n7seDThPq
DARK ROOMS a novel by Lili Anolik, published today from William Morrow. Opening sentence hooks tinyurl.com/lvqp3ok pic.twitter.com/Eo8BYHNjJq
Premier of CHILDHOOD MACHINE: March 5th. 7PM. Northwest Film Center. Portland. @seanwhiteman @ChrisjofW @nwfilmcenter pic.twitter.com/EVbLvumlt0
Thanks to Canyons Kickstarter supporters The Whiteman Bros. Their new film CHILDHOOD MACHINE: nwfilm.org/screenings/61/… pic.twitter.com/tgxCVNtPHw
Missed this: BEYOND THE LIGHTS (2014; Gina Prince-Bythewood). A savvy pop fantasy, quietly compelling and touching. pic.twitter.com/rluLQDJJ68
Eddie Redmayne and Julianne Moore in much much better performances in SAVAGE GRACE. No dementia, no ALS, just CRAZY. pic.twitter.com/G1uYuaIB7R
MAPS TO THE STARS: Julianne Moore: sexy, funny, crazy. STILL ALICE: noble, smart, dying from Alzheimer's. What wins? pic.twitter.com/wVSzK1ndA9
On page 44 of ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE (Anthony Doerr): not sure I'm going to make it. Stay with it? What happens? pic.twitter.com/gIPFndV2cK