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I blame Ray Liotta for my inevitable death.
February 9, 2002 12:08 AM   Subscribe

I blame Ray Liotta for my inevitable death. Ray Liotta makes me want to kill myself.
posted by croutonsupafreak (14 comments total)

 
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posted by insomnyuk at 12:18 AM on February 9, 2002


My favorite part of the link is at the bottom: "Columbia Gorge Pictures." And that's what they are, just some photos and narrative about this beautiful section of river that separates Oregon from Washington. Like the guy was any normal tourist, not somebody upon whom Ray Liotta -- of all people -- has an unnatural effect.
posted by diddlegnome at 12:49 AM on February 9, 2002


Again, there are medications for these sorts of disorders...your neighborhood psychiatrist has free samples, courtesy of the friendly pharmaceutical salesperson....
posted by bunnyfire at 6:07 AM on February 9, 2002


Bunny: do you get some kind of commission or something?
posted by ColdChef at 7:17 AM on February 9, 2002


No, I just see crazy people everywhere i look; but thanks for the idea.....
posted by bunnyfire at 7:48 AM on February 9, 2002


Every time I see Ray Liotta, I want to watch "Field of Dreams".

I saw GoodFellas, and all I could think was "Shoeless Joe Jackson would never be that mean."
posted by mr_crash_davis at 8:41 AM on February 9, 2002


Leave Garrison Keillor out of it.
posted by chrismc at 9:00 AM on February 9, 2002


You know what... i recognized the face, but not the name. I never thought his name was big before I saw him on Just Shoot Me, and I'm still not entirely convinced. A second fiddle can not be blamed for people's agony. If you want to blame something, why not Carrottop?
posted by benjh at 9:00 AM on February 9, 2002


Last time I saw Ray Liotta, he had no brain.
posted by owillis at 9:37 AM on February 9, 2002


feelingliotta
posted by feelinglistless at 4:07 PM on February 9, 2002


on second thoughts perhaps not .... ugh ....
posted by feelinglistless at 4:07 PM on February 9, 2002


He was damned good in Blow. About the only redeeming quality the movie had, except the inclusion of "Black Betty".
posted by Hildago at 5:19 PM on February 9, 2002


Blow -- the greatest movie (title) ever.
posted by Potsy at 6:42 PM on February 9, 2002


Even though I'm a huge De Niro fan, I'd have to say that Liotta was the high point of Copland as well ... his character was the only one that didn't fall into a neat & tidy cliche.

But for crissakes, whose idea was it to cast him as Sinatra ... "Jack is my friend! (anguished noises)"
posted by hipstertrash at 10:06 PM on February 9, 2002


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