Favourite Well-Known People

These are my personal eh.. friends(?) from showbizz and other creative professions.
I think you can judge someone pretty well by his/her taste, so here's a list of my good bad taste in well-known people. I will link the celebs to the best sites I can find about them, if there are any. These humans somehow are not capable of annoying me. The list displays a never ending process of preferences changing almost daily here. I have put them here in alphabetical order of first names..

WOMEN I like

Ami Dolenz
Britta Hosman
Brigitte Bako
Cheryl Pollak
Chloe Sevigny
Christina Applegate
Christine Taylor
Donna DeLory
Donna Dixon
Elisha Cuthbert
Gillian Anderson
Heather Campbell
Inger Nilsson (Pippi)
Ione Skye
Iole Elderhorst
Ivana Spagna
Jami Gertz
Jena Malone
Jennifer C. Lynch
Jennifer Connelly
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Jenny Agutter
Jenny Wright
Jenny McCarthy
Jewel Kilcher
Julee Cruise
Julia Ann
Julianne Moore
Kate Beckinsale
Kristy Swanson
Laura Del Sol
Laura Linney
Leslie Mann
Liv Tyler
M.L.V. Ciccone
Marga Scheide
Maria Bello
Marisa Tomei
Mary McCormack
Maxine Bahns
Mira Sorvino
Molly Parker
Natalie Portman
Neve Campbell
Ornella Muti
Patricia Arquette
Ralitsa Vassileva (CNN)
Rebecca DeMornay
Rosanna Arquette
Sacha de Boer
Salma Hayek
Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah McLachlan
Sarah Michelle Gellar
S.N. Salerno
Sharon Stone
Sherilyn Fenn
Sheena Easton
Tammy Lynn Michaels
Teri Hatcher
Tiffany Amber Thiessen
Virginia Madsen

MEN cool with me

Adam Sandler
Alec Baldwin
Angelo Badalamenti
Barry Adamson
Ben Liebrand
Bill Hicks
Bobby Orlando
Brian Dennehy
Bruce Campbell
Christopher Walken
Chris Elliott
Chris Isaak
Chevy Chase
Charley Sheen
Chris Barbosa
Clint Eastwood
Colin Campsie
C.P. Roth
Dana Carvey
David Caruso
David Duchovny
David Lynch
Dennis Hopper
Gene Hackman
Giorgio Moroder
Griffin Dunne
George Carlin
George Mc Farlane
George Michael
Greg Fitzsimmons
Hal Hartley
Hans van Hemert
Herbie Powers Jr.
Herman Finkers
Howard Stern
Jeffrey Reiner
Jeremy Piven
Jerry Seinfeld
Jim Carrey
John Candy
John Cleese
John Cusack
John Kricfalusi
Joseph van Lieshout
Kevin Spacey
Kiefer Sutherland
Kyle MacLachlan
Martin Donovan
Michael J. Fox
Michael Madsen
Maurizio Braccagni
Mark Liggett
Nicholas Cage
Patrick Cowley (died nov. 1982)
Peter Paget
Peter van Abbe (Eskimo)
Peter Slaghuis
Pierre Marchand
Randy Quaid
René Windig & Eddie de Jong
Roberto Gallo Salsotto
Roy "O" Orbison
Sean Connery
Tony Moran
Tom Moulton
Tommy Uzzo
William Orbit
William Sadler
Wim T. Schippers

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A dirty mind is a joy forever..
My favourite movies
My 30 favourite movies of all time. I think you should see them if you haven't already,
in fact, they should be seen by everyone at least once, because really, they are not only
extremely educational, you just haven't lived your life right if you didn't see these yet!
ALSO CHECK XIBO'S FAVS (I mostly agree with his taste)
For now here's My Kino Top 30

    Grosse Pointe Blank 1997, directed by George Armitage
    Cast: John Cusack, Minnie Driver, Dan Aykroyd, Jeremy Piven, Joan Cusack (John's sister, yes), Alan Arkin, Steve Pink
    Screenplay: John Cusack(!), D.V. DeVincentis, Tom Jankiewicz, Steve Pink
    Pretty much a movie of MY generation. read the script here
    I'm only 3 months older than John (Cusack) so I was not surprised.

    Donny Darko

    The Insider 1999: Michael Mann, Eric Roth
    great in it: Russell Crowe, Al Pacino, Christopher Plummer, the whole lot actually. Stunning tense worrying reality-based material, concerning us all these days. Wish I could see a movie like this everyday!

    American Beauty 1999: Sam Mendes, Alan Ball, Conrad Hall
    perfect in it: Kevin Spacey, Wes Bentley, Thora Birch, Mena Suvari, the whole lot actually. This one deserves a Millennial award. I've never seen so much well observed dialog put in one movie. This one makes you think. Wish I could see a movie like this everyday!

    After Hours 1985: Martin Scorsese
    great in it: Griffin Dunne, Rosanna Arquette, everybody else, this one should actually be seen as better example of a movie like Magnolia

    The Usual Suspects 1995: Bryan Singer, Christopher McQuarrie
    great in it: Kevin Spacey, Stephen Baldwin

    Boxing Helena 1993: Jennifer Chambers Lynch
    great in it: Sherilyn Fenn, Julian Sands, Bill Paxton, everybody else
    the original score by Graem Revell is awsome

    Escape from Alcatraz 1978:
    great in it: Clint Eastwood and everybody else for that matter, timeless suspense! Must have seen it about 20 times already, and still see new things in it.

    Heat 1996: Michael Mann
    great in it: Robert De Niro, Val Kilmer, Al Pacino, Michael Cheritto and everybody else for that matter.

    Payback 1999: Richard Stark and Brian Helgeland
    perfect casting job! Mel Gibson, Gregg Henry, Maria Bello, Deborah Unger, Lucy Alexis Liu, Kris Kristofferson, David Paymer, William Devane, Bill Duke

    The Couch Trip 1988: Michael Ritchie
    great in it: Dan Aykroyd, Walter Matthau, Charles Grodin, Donna Dixon and the many great cameo's.
    Whoever casted this movie deserves an award for it.

    Welcome to the Dolhouse 1995: Todd Solondz
    great in it: Heather Matarazzo, Matthew Faber, Eric Mabius and all the rest

    Out of bounds 1986: Tony Kayden, Richard Tuggle
    great in it: Jennifer Wright, Anthony Michael Hall, everybody else
    One of those movies that radiates warmth - I have a weakness for those summery stories, great sleazy acting by Jennifer, very cool responses by Hall. The best answering device message I've ever heard being used in a movie.

    Can't Buy Me Love 1987: written by Michael Swerdlick, directed by Steve Rash
    great in it: Amanda Peterson, Patrick Dempsey
    One of the funniest serious high-school movies ever, great natural acting, nice character exaggerations, awsome casting job! Again, one of those movies that radiates warmth - I have a weakness for those summery stories of love.

    12 Monkeys 1995: Terry Gilliam, David Peoples
    amazing food for thought, great in it: Brucey, Madeleine Stowe, Brad. Fascinating scenery, stunning cinematography.

    The Deal Of The Century 1983: William Friedkin
    great in it: Chevy Chase, Gregory Hines, everybody else, this one should be seen because of the deep comedy and ironic but natural and very experienced fun performances

    Bottle Rocket 1996: Wes Anderson, Owen C. Wilson
    great in it: Inez, Owen C. Wilson, Luke Wilson, James Caan, and the rest

    The Chase 1994: Adam Rifkin
    great in it: Kristy Swanson, Charlie Sheen, Henry Rollins, Ray Wise

    Trust 1990: Hal Hartley
    great in it: Martin Donovan, everybody else, I couldn't really decide what movie by Hartley I like most. Desire is also recommendable, especially the dialog in it.

    Heavy Metal 1981: Gerald Potterton, Ivan Reitman
    great music (not the metal in particular) and sheer art in animation (you won't believe it's from 1981!)

    Stealing Beauty 1995: Bernardo Bertolucci
    great in it: Liv, Donald McCann, Jeremy Irons etc. Once again, a movie so beautifully done, one shouldn't miss it. Next to "The Hot Spot" this is a must-see for every photography enthusiast.

    All of the above are available on video/dvd now, so go out and get them or watch out for them on TV. You must NOT miss these! By the way, if anything I see comes along that beats one of these, I'll replace one of course, so, this chart is never final...
    Also do check the Movieweb with links to most studios sites.. Or go to the Movie Database

These Voices Are Mine

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This is my all-time-favourite-VOICES list. If I was a blind person, I'd be glad to hear these, they would not be capable of annoying me...
Here they are, in order of fondness... (list is a-changin' every now and then)

James "Jimi" Tunnell
Hope Sandoval (the coolest - lead in Mazzy Star)
Nancy Rutten (knew she'd be big ever since I.. well.. ever since)
India (diggin' into my core)
Ann Wilson (Heartbreakin!)
Linda Ronstadt (people say we're related, but I was not aware of that)
Donna DeLory
M.L.V. Ciccone
the female lead singer of the Real McCoy (still in love with this voice)
Tina B. (Arthur Baker's wife)
Maria Vidal (mostly known for her backing vocals, but also made some cool solo-records)
Eileen Flores
Dar Williams
Marianne Rosenberg
Jeanette Christensen (original voice of E-Rotic)
Sherilyn Fenn (underestimates her vocal talents!)
Agnetha Fältskog
Lisette Melendez
the female lead singer of N-Trance (like, did you ever hear her sing Set You Free live?)
Nancy Wilson (Heart-aching)
Sarah McLachlan