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    Apparently 20 years sober and with the syringe in his arm and several bags laying around, it sounds like a deliberate over dose, IMO

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    He was for sure one of the greatest actors of my generation.
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    This is awful. I was so happy just five minutes ago.

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    I thought he went into rehab a few years ago?
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    So sad. Terrible. You would think you'd get over H after 20+ years of being sober. Bad stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoulDischarge View Post
    I thought he went into rehab a few years ago?
    Last May for 10 days. He had started taking pain pills and had stepped up to snorting Heroin. He checked into rehab a few days after starting to snort. There was no mention of needles until today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotHamWater View Post
    People have either become lazy or don't know about protocol. Time for a refresher? Or does it ruin it if we have to point it out?


    Also, RIP.
    Posted about it in the movie thread instead of creating a raining thread. Those usually turn to shit, didn't want it to for this one. Surprised to see it so pleasant, shows how great he actually was.

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    I was so sad this morn when I saw the news. I see PSH every year at Sundance where I worked. The first year, he caught me talking to a co-worker about how I couldn't wait for the shift to be over so I could get trashed at a nearby bar, and he pulled me to the side and asked me where I was going. I laughed when I told him, but guess who had a barstool waiting for me when I got off... with Rikki Lake?! We say hello every year.
    This year I didn't say anything because he wasn't looking so good, and it was a different place- didn't want to catch him off guard. I wish I had said something. He was a cool guy, and truly talented. So bummed he chose heroine for his poison. He's such a fun drunk.
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    The addict in him got caught by the pain pills. It is so sad, because it sounds like a downward spiral in just a little over a year.

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    very sad news. he was a great talent. addiction doesn't give a damn though.

    someone posted this news on FB, my wife responded with "very sad" then this conservative republican friend of ours posts "From an overdose. Pathetic."

    what is wrong with these people?

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    Gonna watch synecdoche new York tonight . Brilliant stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djbionik View Post
    I was so sad this morn when I saw the news. I see PSH every year at Sundance where I worked. The first year, he caught me talking to a co-worker about how I couldn't wait for the shift to be over so I could get trashed at a nearby bar, and he pulled me to the side and asked me where I was going. I laughed when I told him, but guess who had a barstool waiting for me when I got off... with Rikki Lake?! We say hello every year.
    This year I didn't say anything because he wasn't looking so good, and it was a different place- didn't want to catch him off guard. I wish I had said something. He was a cool guy, and truly talented. So bummed he chose heroine for his poison. He's such a fun drunk.
    That's a great story to have. He was never on my mind as an actor, but whenever I saw him in films I was always blown away by every performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by algunz View Post
    The addict in him got caught by the pain pills. It is so sad, because it sounds like a downward spiral in just a little over a year.
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    How is that anywhere close?

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    The news of this pretty much ruined my last day in Vegas yesterday.
    That and the Super Bowl was complete shit.
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    You and Philip Seymour Hoffman were not friends. You were not close. He didn't have a clue that you existed. There was no relationship between the two of you. You were his fan, ok, I get that. That is not the same thing. and yet his passing "pretty much ruined your last day in Vegas". Ruined your day. Really? Had it occured to you that that's, umm, fucking stupid?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomAz View Post
    You and Philip Seymour Hoffman were not friends. You were not close. He didn't have a clue that you existed. There was no relationship between the two of you. You were his fan, ok, I get that. That is not the same thing. and yet his passing "pretty much ruined your last day in Vegas". Ruined your day. Really? Had it occured to you that that's, umm, fucking stupid?
    Ehh. Just saying Lou Reed passed on my birthday, and I was actually really bummed about it. It didn't necessarily "ruin" my day (that sounds too selfish) but it definitely made me pretty sad on a day where I should be the happiest. I never met Lou and he never met me.

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    just don't type "how's the peeping tommy"* into Yahoo Images unless you want to see a bunch of dudes hammering each other's culos and three pics of PSH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEELS View Post
    Ehh. Just saying Lou Reed passed on my birthday, and I was actually really bummed about it. It didn't necessarily "ruin" my day (that sounds too selfish) but it definitely made me pretty sad on a day where I should be the happiest. I never met Lou and he never met me.
    I am not saying one should not be sad when an artist who has created meaning for us dies. I am saying acting like he was your best friend and that his death puts you into a fit of mourning that "ruins your day" is allowing your (not yours, specifically, but one's) fantasy life to take over from real life.
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    Anyone know who the guy in the Cardinals jersey is? I've seen him in pictures on the board and I thought I saw him this year.

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    NPR was replaying an interview he did for Death of a Salesman and everything he was speaking about seemed to be about him rather than his character; 20/20 hindsight. It was sad to hear, RIP.
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    Phillip Sey-LESS Hoffman, amirite?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JorgeC View Post
    NPR was replaying an interview he did for Death of a Salesman and everything he was speaking about seemed to be about him rather than his character; 20/20 hindsight. It was sad to hear, RIP.
    They also just re-aired his 2008 interview with Terri Gross on Fresh Air about Doubt. Good stuff. I had no idea he was only 46. Or an addict.

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    Really sad news. He was a really dam good actor and one of my favorites
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    Quote Originally Posted by guedita View Post
    They also just re-aired his 2008 interview with Terri Gross on Fresh Air about Doubt. Good stuff. I had no idea he was only 46. Or an addict.
    Him being 46 was the most surprising thing to me. There have been moments where he easily looks 20 years older than he is.
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    It's staggering to look at his sample filmography:

    Hard Eight
    Boogie Nights
    The Big Lebowski
    Happiness
    Magnolia
    The Talented Mr. Ripley
    Almost Famous
    Punch-Drunk Love
    25th Hour
    Capote
    Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
    The Savages
    Synecdoche, New York
    Doubt
    The Master


    It's essentially a roll-call of the best of American cinema during my college years through my early thirties. Even in those early roles where he fit in as a minor part of an ensemble cast, he was the guy you wanted to look for in the credits to find out who he was. And that doesn't count the guy's work on stage, or in blockbuster mainstream cinema. Just an unimaginable talent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miroir Noir View Post
    It's staggering to look at his sample filmography:

    Hard Eight
    Boogie Nights
    The Big Lebowski
    Happiness
    Magnolia
    The Talented Mr. Ripley
    Almost Famous
    Punch-Drunk Love
    25th Hour
    Capote
    Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
    The Savages
    Synecdoche, New York
    Doubt
    The Master


    It's essentially a roll-call of the best of American cinema during college years through my early thirties. Even in those early roles where he fit in as a minor part of an ensemble cast, he was the guy you wanted to look for in the credits to find out who he was. And that doesn't count the guy's work on stage, or in blockbuster mainstream cinema. Just an unimaginable talent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miroir Noir View Post
    It's staggering to look at his sample filmography:

    Hard Eight
    Boogie Nights
    The Big Lebowski
    Happiness
    Magnolia
    The Talented Mr. Ripley
    Almost Famous
    Punch-Drunk Love
    25th Hour
    Capote
    Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
    The Savages
    Synecdoche, New York
    Doubt
    The Master


    It's essentially a roll-call of the best of American cinema during my college years through my early thirties. Even in those early roles where he fit in as a minor part of an ensemble cast, he was the guy you wanted to look for in the credits to find out who he was. And that doesn't count the guy's work on stage, or in blockbuster mainstream cinema. Just an unimaginable talent.
    word. making my way through all these over the week to enjoy them once again... RIP. incredible talent.

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    I had no idea he was only 46. Or an addict.
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    I felt a sick surprise upon reading that PSH died. I (like many others, it seems) would never had guessed about his problems with drugs. I haven't seen all of his movies. I haven't even seen Magnolia, despite having seen the rest of Paul Thomas Anderson's movies (including Hard Eight, where PSH's part is my favorite part of the movie). Nonetheless, he always stood out for me as an actor of rare quality, the sort of actor that directors wished for when they were working on something that they believed was higher than most movies.
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