"Better to be lucky than good." -- my personal physician
I was shocked, I had no idea about the drugs. I feel so sorry for his family, and to a lesser extent the world at large who won't see him in anymore movies. He was a brilliant actor.
You know I've always prided myself with being the type of person doesn't let this kind of news affect them but I can't help it. For the last 48 hours I've been stopping and contemplating the fact that we now live in a world without Philip Seymour Hoffman the feeling is overwhelming.The man had such range and such presence he gave so much of himself to his craft it just feels wrong that's the only way I can describe it, it feels wrong.
I feel the same way. Whenever I think how I'll never see him in a new movie again, I feel... cheated, and as though the richness of my own life has been somehow diminished. I can't remember feeling that way about a celebrity's death since John Lennon was shot.
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