Natalie Dormer in The Counselor
Bettie Page photographed by Bunny Yeager, 1954
A real baby alpaca vs that imposter baby alpaca everyone thinks is so cute
Marlon Brando in The Wild One (1953)
Twiggy c. 1960s
Watching Junior gather Walt in his arms in an impetuous hug upset my own desire to see Walt brought to justice. If a man who has done so much wrong can still be so wholly loved by someone as good and sweet as Walt Jr, isn’t there a chance for salvation? Or, since the man Walt presents to Junior is such a complete fraud, am I just falling for that affable, humble dad shtick that Walt puts on when he talks to his son? He’s such an amazing actor that, even with full knowledge of the dichotomy of Walter White, I still want him to be able to share a late night talk with his son; hold his daughter; pour his wife a drink; beat cancer. He’s the villain we root for, which makes him the ultimate villain. There is nothing more dangerous than a cruel man who can invoke empathy.