The work of maestros, read either by Tom O’Bedlam, or the poet himself.
Actor Javier Bardem won a well-deserved academy award for his portrayal of the formidable/sociopathic Anton Chigurh in No Country For Old Men, a Coen Brothers film.
The featured scenes above bring existential dread to new heights.
This film by the Coen Brothers follows the travails of a bespectacled, embattled writer in Los Angeles, who encounters some quite interesting individuals during his journey. These scenes feature Steve Buscemi, Tony Shalhoub, Michael Lerner, and John Turturro.
See Campbell video here.
O.J. video here.
The two greatest running backs I have ever viewed, Earl Campbell and O.J. Simpson. Both combined speed and power with an uncanny, innate sense of how and where to maneuver. Like Larry Bird or Steph Curry in basketball, it was as if they were prescient, seeing how all and everything was developing just a shade before the other players.
The indomitable Arthur Brown, who possesses the most profound dance moves and world-view in the world, is also a pretty astonishing vocalist.
The great Bon Scott, one of the most charismatic, difficult-to-remove-eyes-from lead vocalists ever. Though the band prospered after his extremely untimely death, never were they the same.
The great Joan Jett, First Lady of rock.
Marlon Brando and David Thewlis engage in a mostly courteous exchange of ideas, and find said ideas to be at loggerheads. Various snouts, hooves, and outrageous spectacles are discussed. From The Island of Dr. Moreau, 1996. Both actors are at the pinnacle of their craft.