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Dr. Mae

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    1. Movies, Music {I'm a HUGE Movie & Music buff and I do mean *Huge*!},.<br />2. Poetry, Medicine, Psychiatry {Well, I'm a Psychiatrist}, Literature {Esp. English literature}, Fine arts, History & history of arts.<br />3. Travelling, Shopping, Walking.<br />4. Nature in general Esp. The Sea and the moon {Whenever, wherever I'm down or upset, the sight of these two, makes everything just vanishes away..}

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  1. Welcome back TJ, It's always great to have you back and it's really cool to see you refreshed, joyful and kicking ass, as always. We really have to thank wholeheartedly *the great doormen who saved you from being front page in Detroit tattler !* . Nice story ! It's been really wonderful seeing you. Keep up the good work and take care.
  2. I'm not ususally a comic book fan and the only films based on comic books I ever liked were the Batman movies {And Still, I don't like all of the Batman movies, Christian Bale's & Michael Keaton's Only}. But when I saw "The Punisher", I realized immediately this was something special & totally different from the regular mainstream movies based on comic books. The way Frank Castle is written is so unique and rarely represented in films {i.e. The antihero} and I was hooked. Of course, Tom's performance did the whole job. He gave the character just the right touch of both humanity and harshness alike to be as mesmerizing as it appeared; a pretentious apathic attitude hiding a deep seated wound of loss, sorrow, grief, hurt and anger. He was so tormented yet refused utterly to show it as he's a self sufficient man. I also loved the subtle comedic bits he showed in various scenes. It added immense reality and believabilty to the character {That underneath all that, Castle was a human being, not a killing machine and not a completely desperate sad person, the circumstances he passed through forced him to appear harsh & vindictive, but in the end, he had an undeniable sense of humour as all humans do and showed every now and then as we all do}. To mention a few, when he was robbing the bank and threw the soup in the accountant's face and then hit him with the pan, the famous Russian fight scene and when he hit Joan's boyfriend with the knife on his forehead, warning him that; he shouldn't play with knives! Absolutely hilarious! I now know why TJ was Jonathan Hensleigh first and only choice to play Frank Castle, and he constantly sought Tom each time he declined the role till he approved. No one else could. No one else could have played Frank Castle the way Thomas Jane has done.
  3. Hi there everybody. Hi Tom! I'd like to say that you're one of my favourite actors and your career choices reflect how intelligent, witty, and well oriented you are with the industry {And we all know how commerical and corrupt it can be sometimes}. I respect & admire your ability of being true to yourself at all costs. I became a fan when I saw your portrayal of Frank Castle, and that was one fine performance. The way you showed his vulnerability. How he seemed tough and solid rock on the outside, but at the same time, your eyes reflected the deep pain, agony , his irredeemable loss and the loneliness he was living day by day, was plainly, AMAZING. Those fine human touches you added to his character come only from a *true* artist. It's one of my favourite performances of all time. Keep up the good work {I know you always will}. And Take care.
  4. Keep up the good work, Tom.

    Love to see you in more movies.

    You were "The Punisher" and I don't think anyone could ever top that performance. For me, there's only one punisher and his name is Thomas Jane.

    I wish You'd joing the board soon. Take care.

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