"I remember how you used to shine back then, you went down so easy like a glass of wine my friend, when the dawn came up you felt so inspired to do it again but it turns out you only get to do it once."
You can't give me a reason, I don't need one to shine, You can't give me a feeling 'cause it's already mine
1. Oasis 2. Queen 3. The Cure 4. Angels and Airwaves 5. The Verve
Last edited by UniversalGleam; 07-10-2019 at 05:40 AM.
There are so many great roles Rip Torn had from Artie on Larry Sander to Zed in MIB and everything between. Never gave a half-assed performance. The quality of what he was in didn't matter. He showed up. Whether it was as Albert Brook's advocate, John Candy's pirate mentor, or a crippled dodgeball coach.
The one I'm going to post is from a movie that is not very good, Trial & Error (1997), but there is a scene in it where Rip elevates the whole thing. He's playing a guy on trial that is obviously guilty. He gets on the stand and does this.
Gonna throw in this scene from Walter Hill's Extreme Prejudice. Pretty big spoiler in it if your planning to watch it for the forst time.