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What's the high point of his career?
Poll #252202 The man, the myth, Antonio Banderas

What was his greatest role since his crossover to American films?

Nestor Castillo in The Mambo Kings
0(0.0%)
Miguel Alvarez in Philadelphia
1(6.2%)
Benito Mussolini in Il Giovane Mussolini
0(0.0%)
Francisco in Of Love and Shadows
0(0.0%)
Armand in Interview with the Vampire
1(6.2%)
Antonio in Miami Rapsody
0(0.0%)
El Mariachi in Desperado and Once Upon a Time in Mexico
7(43.8%)
Unnamed man in Four Rooms
3(18.8%)
Miguel Bain in Assassins
0(0.0%)
Tony Ramirez in Never Talk to Strangers
0(0.0%)
Art Dodge in Two Much
0(0.0%)
Ché Guevara in Evita
1(6.2%)
Zorro in The Mask of Zorro (and the upcoming sequel)
1(6.2%)
Ahmed Ibn Fahdlan Ibn Al Abbas Ibn Rashid Ibn Hamad in The Thirteenth Warrior
0(0.0%)
Morales Pittman in The White River Kid
0(0.0%)
Cesar Dominguez in Play it to the Bone
0(0.0%)
Father Gutierrez in The Body
0(0.0%)
Unnamed Greater Bovinia sage in Falcon's Eye
0(0.0%)
Gregorio Cortez in the Spy Kids trilogy
1(6.2%)
Luis Antonio Vargas in Originial Sin
0(0.0%)
Nicolas Bardo in Femme Fatale
1(6.2%)
David Alfaro Siqueiros in Frida
0(0.0%)
Agent Ecks in Ballistic: Ecks versus Sever
0(0.0%)
Pancho Villa in And Staring Pancho Villa as Himself
0(0.0%)
Carlos in Imagining Argentina
0(0.0%)


Party at hiphopatcong's pad tonight. Good times.

Feeling: hungry hungry
Listening to: Antonio Banderas singing

Chorus of 14 demons || Preach it
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kingfox From: kingfox Date: February 21st, 2004 03:12 pm (UTC) (Hard link)

Not fully

I've seen segments of it, it looked like even Half Past Dead was better.
assfingers From: assfingers Date: February 21st, 2004 03:25 pm (UTC) (Hard link)
Apologies if my vote is incorrect - I have made a point of NOT watching Banderas movies because he reminds me of communism and eating poison and peeing blood.


So I voted for the only one I've seen.

And he sucked in it.
From: graye Date: February 21st, 2004 06:19 pm (UTC) (Hard link)

Re:

I think you suck
kingfox From: kingfox Date: February 22nd, 2004 07:56 am (UTC) (Hard link)
Yet it's he making more polls about you sucking than the other way around, yesssss.

And why haven't you friended _mg after I plugged it?? I thought you would be all over that shit.
From: graye Date: February 22nd, 2004 05:15 pm (UTC) (Hard link)

Re:

That wasn't much of a plug! It was just a jenniever: _mg

I confess I'm not a compulsive link clicker. That's probably because I actually read every journal on my friends list (I'd filter things, but I just can't bring myself to do so. It feels like a betrayal of some kind).

NONETHELESS

1) you're awesome for tracking that one down
2) I've added Herr Good, because I do enjoy reading his stuff
3) your nexus stock is rising, #2
kingfox From: kingfox Date: February 22nd, 2004 07:52 am (UTC) (Hard link)
He made the Spy Kids trilogy. You should go see that. Now.
From: (Anonymous) Date: February 21st, 2004 04:35 pm (UTC) (Hard link)

Moderating the Drew University Live Journal

I don't know who you are but I don't think you're a current student at Drew University. What year did you graduate Drew and what did you major in? What have you been doing after graduating?

Go to this thread at the Drew University Livejournal. http://www.livejournal.com/community/drewuniversity/36792.html

I was trying to be helpful by answering a question about admissions to a prospective Drew student. I do not have a livejournal. I do not think you should have banned all anonymous posters because some are very helpful. I did not post on the allegations thread so why should I be punished and not allowed to post? If I were currently a high school student looking at the Drew livejournal, I would find it odd that the moderator banned anonymous posters after an anonymous poster was trying to give information to a prospective applicant. You are doing a disservice to Drew University's admissions and to prospective students by banning all anonymous posters. I recommend that you change your decision.
kingfox From: kingfox Date: February 22nd, 2004 07:51 am (UTC) (Hard link)

Re: Moderating the Drew University Live Journal

I hear your concerns and recommendation, and recommend that you go back and read this post.

If you have something to say, no one is stopping you from creating a journal and joining the community. It took you far more time to compose this request then it would have taken for you to read my post and take action.
From: (Anonymous) Date: February 22nd, 2004 01:06 pm (UTC) (Hard link)

Re: Moderating the Drew University Live Journal

"you may be in violation of the university network agreement, or even university policy. Whether you're faculty, staff, or student - you're a part of the community. And unless you're a trustee, you answer to someone"

What do you mean by that? How is it a violation to answer questions posed by prospective students?

I'm not interested in creating journal entries for myself. Wouldn't it then be a waste of an account if I had an account?
kingfox From: kingfox Date: February 22nd, 2004 05:16 pm (UTC) (Hard link)

Re: Moderating the Drew University Live Journal

What do you mean by that? How is it a violation to answer questions posed by prospective students?


Consider the context. Look back through the history of the drewuniversity LJ community. The sun does not rise and set with your perspective on things, look back a bit, you'll see what I was referring to.

I'm not interested in creating journal entries for myself. Wouldn't it then be a waste of an account if I had an account?


No one is holding a gun to your head and saying that you need to create journal entries for yourself. You do what you want to do. If you want to post and comment to the community, you abide by the community's regulations. You create an account. You decide whether or not creating an account is a waste of an account.

Honestly, you could have created an account and replied to the perspective ages ago. You're wasting your own time and my time here.
idunn From: idunn Date: February 21st, 2004 06:55 pm (UTC) (Hard link)
Whoa, didn't know Señor Banderas was this prolific. I think I first saw him in Interview with the Vampire when I was a wee young'un and couldn't get over the bad wig. But anyway, for what it's worth, he made a badass El Mariachi ("Bless me, Father, for I have just killed quite a few men ...").
From: hiphopatcong Date: February 22nd, 2004 06:39 am (UTC) (Hard link)
Wow, I haven't seen any movie listed above. I guess Antonio Banderas just missed my radar all these years. I voted for his role in Philadelphia because that is the only movie listed that I have at least seen part of. I guess I also saw part of Evita, but Che shouldn't sing.
kingfox From: kingfox Date: February 22nd, 2004 07:48 am (UTC) (Hard link)

Rules exist about this

At a hiphopatcong party, everyone sits in the chair to get photographed. No exceptions.

In a musical, everyone sings. No exceptions.
jenniever From: jenniever Date: February 23rd, 2004 09:14 am (UTC) (Hard link)

Re: Rules exist about this

At Doug's party, everyone sits in the chair to get photographed. No exceptions. But that doesn't mean Jenni wants to do it.

In a musical, everyone sings. No exceptions. But that doesn't mean Doug wants to hear it.
Chorus of 14 demons || Preach it