Is it too late? Just watched the Martin Scorsese-directed Rolling Stones documentary, Shine a Light. Slick Willie introduces the legendary Brit rock and roll sensation. Bill is seriously the smoothest cat on the planet. Seriously. Sure... the Gore-Bush election excitement is going to be tough to beat. And I mean, we do have an unprecedented and exponential amount of direct access to instant information and feedback through the news organizations, social graph, blogosphere and connected campaign headquarters, and also, an unprecedented exercise of race and gender decisions that need be made by this great country with this Presidential election. I think the only thing that could make it more exciting is if we were able to, somehow, get Mr. Clinton on the ballot. Oh if only miracles were possible. But I don't believe in miracles and legend, well, except that of the Fountain of Youth. I've seen proof.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood and Charlie Watts. These guys are f-ing 60+ years old and run around stage and entertain and rock like, well, rock stars. Mick is kind of a slow and whinny diva off-stage and almost prepares you to not expect much. But holy sh*t... he's got more Jumpin' Jack action and vocal power than a three-year-old with an obstructed bowel. Mick et al sounds good though. and great fun too. Check it out.
FilmBender is Funny Movie Reviews. BTW... Christina Aguilera sings too (duh). She's hot. And "Marty" is interesting all his own. A film legend. Worthy of a documentary on himself if that's not been done yet. Decisive and, though an artist himself, compared to The Stones, he feels like a responsible investment banker.