Always on the investigative prowl, I made it my mission to talk to as many lads as possible, mainly by forcing them into the popular local activity of playing pool.(The other option would have been the popular local activity of singing karaoke, but I usually reserve that for enemies that I want to leave deaf.) Below is my takeaway, spruced up with some notes from an anonymous southern friend!-fed fried chicken) but they should seriously consider sending some those human growth hormones to the malnourished Williamsburg hipster set. Three days in Nashville gave me a newfound appreciation for denim, denim-on-denim, and what a should look like in Levi’s jeans.While I saw plenty a dirty-haired musician, none of them exuded the starving artist vibe of their Brooklyn counterparts, a refreshing reassurance that there is still balance on earth where men and women wear different jean sizes. What impressed me most was the juxtaposition of these guys’ innate manliness with their organic ability to layer denim and suede with the flair of a Saint Laurent model.Now that Hedi Slimane can’t get away with his emaciated male musicians, I highly recommend scouting his upcoming men’s show in Nashville! Maybe because they know that every northern girl is coming down to Nashville in pursuit of a “sweet-talking, boot-wearing, sly-smiled southern boy” (my friend’s verbiage, not mine), these guys hit the pickup ground running with some serious charm, oozing lyrical complements and dropping all that “honey, darlin’, sugar, sweet pea” fluff on you. According to my savvy friend, country boys fall under two categories. True to the eponymous ABC show, Nashville ladies are all about sparkles and sequins and curls and curves, the last one entailing every domain. To charm country lads, my friend recommends combining “demure, sweet, naive flirtation” with an “interest in guns and beer, basically anything a man should like!Which is all exotic and and weird and exciting, until you realize that a – you don’t understand anything they are saying and b – nothing is being communicated. The first type will “smooth-talk a girl with their southern charm, then do it again and again – with as many girls as possible” (i.e. ) The second type views dating as a an old-school “wife-selection process”, with the end goal of landing a “dutiful, big-haired, long-lashed” Southern Belle (i.e NOT ME! Although my one attempt to curl my hair left me with a 3 degree burn, I’m still mildly tempted by the idea of moving down South, where my size 4 equals a zero and I never have to attend another Pilates class for the rest my life. ” Call me weird, but I am generally not a big proponent of such extremes, making me realize that no amount of chivalry – or cheese grits – can turn me into a demure, Jesus-loving, gun-toting country gal!Whereas looks like it’s going to be a pitch perfect period piece romp through the mean streets of Los Angeles with Joaquin Phoenix’s The Dude-meets-Wolverine decetive “Doc” Sportello trying to get out of his own way and do some actual police work.Here’s the official synopsis: “Inherent Vice” is the seventh feature from Paul Thomas Anderson and the first ever film adaption of a Thomas Pynchon novel.
released the first trailer for the Thomas Pynchon adaptation, which stars a murderer’s row of A-list talent including Owen Wilson, Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Reese Witherspoon, Martin Short, Katherine Waterston, Jena Malone, and many more.These performances can be heard on the Walk the Line soundtrack. The movie's title Walk the Line comes from the Johnny Cash song "I Walk the Line," which is about Johnny's pledge to remain faithful to his woman. Yes, but the real life location of the May 12, 1944 accident is different from the movie.This is indicated in Johnny Cash's own description of the tragedy, "Jack's job was working in the high school agriculture shop, cutting oak tree trunks into fence posts on a table saw that had no guard on it." This statement contradicts the movie's location, which appears to be a shed.She deferred college for a year to focus on acting, then briefly studied English literature at Stanford University before deciding to return to work., she began exploring an off-set romance with co-star Ryan Phillippe, whom she had met previously at her 21st birthday party.The couple married in 1999, and welcomed two children soon after: daughter Ava Elizabeth (born 1999) and son Deacon (born 2003)..