Skip to comments.In Vine, Twitter Has Made The Closest Thing To A Real-Life 'Being John Malcovich' Yet
Posted on 01/27/2013 8:41:45 AM PST by Berlin_Freeper
In the movie, John Cusack's character would climb through a long tunnel and come out the other side feeling as if he were another person inside of them, seeing and feeling the world through that person's eyes.
(In a twist, that person would always be the actor John Malcovich, who plays a fictionalized version of himself in the movie.)
Anyway, I bring this up because Twitter's new social media app for the iPhone, Vine, is the closest thing to a real-life Being John Malcovich I have ever seen.
For six seconds, you see and hear the world through someone else's eyes.
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Leave it to the Democrat propaganda version of Forbes, WSJ, and IBD to misspell John Malkovich’s name. The publication is sloppy that way. The app does sound interesting, though.
Wow. If I wanted to be someone else, I would be. That’s the beauty of freedom. You can change. Or, you can sit and complain or do drugs to ignore who you are....for a while.
When they originally cast the movie, they wanted Willem Dafoe. He had other obligations and couldn’t do it, so they got John Malkovich.
I wanna be Bronco Bama for long enough to do an exclusive sit down interview with a panel of interviewers that consists of Limbaugh, Levin, and Beck, with Rand Paul thrown in for good measure.
As Bronco, I will confess all my crimes and the crimes of my cabinet and czars.
Then Michelle can have him back.
Could’a been “Being Steve Buscemi”
Which is interesting because, as I understand it, when they started casting, the movie was already called "Being John Malkovich", even before they knew if they could get him for the movie.
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