"It looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck." Joseph R. McCarthy's paranoid fear of ducks aside, his words are useful when counting Baldwins. Well, you do have to change them a bit; replace duck with Baldwin and quack with talk - so they're not really his words anymore. Although he did create the structure of the sentence, the syntax and all that. Credit where credits due, he sure could make sentences.
I just read The Catcher In The Rye. That book just about killed me. I'd like to call up old J.D. Salinger. I really would. There was this part about the Musicals. Boy, it knocked me out. I must've read that part about a thousand times. I just kept reading it over and over. I swear to God I'm a madman.
An overly dramatic title for some pretty basic stuff. Sort of like a Charlie Sheen movie. It tells you how to watch films, (there's alot more to it than just being conscious). It's mostly made up of my views on film critics, and how they ruin films.
I started writing something about a pretty specific genre of movies, thinking I had a conclusion that made some sense, but when I thought about it some more it got less simple. I don't know what to tell ya.