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01.08.10 61 Comments

As some of you may know, I’ve been running a Twitter account called Nick Nolte’s Mugshot for about year now.  It’s not really related to Nick Nolte himself, it’s more what it’d be like if his mugshot itself became a separate, sentient entity.  Who went on Twitter.  Anyway, enough about me and my gay hobbies, it seems the actual Nick Nolte was the subject of a 2008 documentary called Nick Nolte: No Exit, which has begun playing on On Demand.  Perhaps not surprisingly, the real guy is just as awesome as any fake fact I could make up about him (like how his Lifetime Russian Roulette record is 76 and 2).   This was my favorite line (and possibly my favorite line in any movie ever):

“I’d put a little cocaine on the script.  And every once in a while, lean down and ‘read a line.’ “

I just cried tears of joy.  And I finally understand why Quentin Tarantino likes to write so much.

[via ThePlaylist]

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