Daniel Day-Lewis as Bill “The Butcher” Cutting in “The Gangs of New York”, one of the best movies of 2002. His character was modeled after William Poole (July 24, 1821 – March 8, 1855), also known as Bill the Butcher, was a member of the New York City gang the Bowery Boys, a bare-knuckle boxer, and a leader of the Know Nothing political movement.
Lost in Translation. The film explores themes of loneliness, alienation, insomnia, existential ennui (boredom), and culture shock against the backdrop of the modern Japanese cityscape and the uncertain potential and direction of a May-December romance. The tension of wanting and self-doubt was outstanding.
R.I.P. Art Clokey
Gumby was famous for being the 1st claymation TV star and a cast member of “Saturday Night Live”. Later in life Gumby became a crusader against global warming. This photo was taken last year showing it’s effect not only on Gumby but his best pal Pokey too. Pokey passed away soon after this shoot. The cause of death was determined to be excessive melting.