In Lawless (2012) – brightened a lot, but genuine
Nobody is more Texas than Matthew.
Well, maybe Willie Nelson, who knew Sam Houston personally and remembers the Alamo from personal experience.
Nicole Kidman in Malice (1993)
The one thing I remember about this film is that when I watched it I had the feeling I had seen it before. I had not. The reason for my confusion is that I had seen an earlier film called The Operation. The plots of the two films are almost identical, save for minor details, but for reasons unknown to me, the author of the earlier film was not given a writing credit in Malice.
She was the youngest of the five Kennedy sisters, the second from the left in the photo below. Now they have all passed.
Don’t let it forgot
That once there was a spot …
There are not many living symbols of WW2 left. Now there is one less.
“Dame Vera Lynn, whose song We’ll Meet Again became an anthem of hope and resilience during the second world war, has died aged 103.”
And Pink Floyd sang about her:
“The Dublin star is set to play the US leader in a new drama, with this image showing an uncanny resemblance to the president.”
Source: The Irish Sun