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I've seen 'em come and go and I've seen 'em die, and long ago I stopped askin' why

Posted on 2005.25.11 at 18:36
How I feel about it all: hopefulhopeful
Soundtrack: Johnny Cash - San Quentin
I'm going to see Walk the Line in a little while. I've been looking forward to it, but I'm also hoping very much I won't be disappointed. Because no matter how good Joaquin Phoenix is at acting like he's Johnny Cash, I (virtually) know and love Johnny so much it's gonna be hard to suspend it all and actually accept that this is him, y'know?

Of course, I may be thrilled and amazed. The reviews are good, so we shall see.

ETA: Very, very good. Joaquin Phoenix doesn't look like Johnny, but he does a good job of sounding like him. I was also very impressed with Kash's girlfriend Reese Witherspoon, who I've always known was better than the roles she's taken (Something like I knew Ewan was better than his Phantom Menace role). In this one she's left Sweet Home Alabama and its ilk in the proverbial dust. Not to mention that she had a baby how long ago and she looks like THAT in a slinky dress?

Also yay for calf-length floral twirly chintz skirts. I want one. Or seven.


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try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-11-26 19:00 (UTC) ()
See edit.
peacey at 2005-11-28 12:59 (UTC) ()
Glad you saw the movie. I loved it. Joaquin Phoenix is one of the best out there, no question. I've championed him for a long time. I agree also about Reese Witherspoon. She was much better than I'd anticipated. And of course what more can you say about Johnny & June?

It's funny. For the past month Jim has been serenading me with the opening lines to "Jackson". One day I was doing dishes and he came up behind me, grabbed me, twirled me around & started daning with me while singing, "We got married in a fever, hotter than a pepper sprout...". I've been calling him "J.R." ever since (his real initials)
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