do people think this is like really romantic or something he can’t hold her because he has fucking scissors for hands
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"I was a daisy fresh girl and look what you’ve done to me."
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"I think Howie (Howard Deutch) really loved the vulnerability of Jon", says Ringwald, "and I can understand that. I think he’s fantastic in the movie. But once he was there, the chemistry completely changed. There was no way, really, that anybody wanted me to end up with Duckie. They just didn’t seem vaguely romantic together at all". Evidently, at least one important test audience agreed with her.
”Actually,” Ringwald continues, holding nothing back, “I think he seemed gay. I mean, if they remade the movie now, he would be, like, the gay friend who comes out at the end. He wouldn’t be winking at the blonde [Kristy Swanson], he would be winking at a cute guy…I feel bad saying that I really fought for Robert Downey Jr.,” Ringwald allows, “because it sort of seems like I don’t appreciate Jon’s performance, which I totally do—it’s just, it really did affect the movie.” Cryer is indeed aware of Ringwald’s feelings surrounding all of this. He points out that on the 2006 “Everything’s Duckie” edition DVD of Pretty in Pink, “Molly dropped the bomb that she would’ve been fine with the original ending if Robert Downey Jr., had played Duckie…But since it was me, she just couldn’t see it. It was like, wow, so I’m that unattractive? Thanks, Mol!”
-Molly Ringwald & Jon Cryer on the original ending of Pretty in Pink
Poca cagada de declaración, Molly, ahí te coronaste.
Gracias al cielo que Jon interpretó a Duckie, porque por muy bueno que fuera Robert Downey Jr. (que lo era), Duckie quedó perfecto así tal y como fue. Perfecto, singular y perfecto. Y HETERO.
Dear Mr. Vernon, we accept the fact that we had to sacrifice a whole Saturday in detention for whatever it was we did wrong. But we think you’re crazy to make an essay telling you who we think we are. You see us as you want to see us… In the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions. But what we found out is that each one of us is a brain… and an athlete… and a basket case… a princess… and a criminal… Does that answer your question?
Sincerely yours, the Breakfast Club.
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