Susan Tyrrell in Night Warning

MrMidwest
Broadway Legend
joined:2/8/05
Susan Tyrrell in Night Warning
Posted: 10/29/11 at 10:33pm
She is pure crazy juice in this film. Some of her facial contortions would make Jim Carrey jealous.

Night Warning
"The gods who nurse this universe think little of mortals' cares. They sit in crowds on exclusive clouds and laugh at our love affairs. I might have had a real romance if they'd given me a chance. I loved him, but he didn't love me. I wanted him, but he didn't want me. Then the gods had a spree and indulged in another whim. Now he loves me, but I don't love him." - Cole Porter
Updated On: 10/29/11 at 10:33 PM
Phyllis Rogers Stone
Broadway Legend
joined:9/16/07
Susan Tyrrell in Night Warning
Posted: 11/18/11 at 06:46pm
Cuh-razy!
MrMidwest
Broadway Legend
joined:2/8/05
Susan Tyrrell in Night Warning
Posted: 10/3/12 at 10:09am
"Here, Tyrell’s deliciously over-the-top psycho act is real shotgun-to-a-knifefight stuff, pitched way above the rest of the film, and you could feel the whole audience come to attention like a pack of dogs all hearing the same high-pitched whistle every time she came on screen.

She oozes incestous lust for her nephew (Jimmy McNichol) and flirts like a schoolgirl, pouting sullenly like a child one moment and exploding in sudden rage the next.  And, in one of those actor improv moments that cracks a movie in half so the good stuff can ooze out, can’t help but lick spilt milk off her nephew’s neck as he’s drifting into drugged unconscious. By the end of the movie, in full crazypants mode, she’s physically transformed.  She wanders around the film with a neck-jutting, eye-bulging old lady walk that resembles nothing so much as a murderous E.T. -- waddle, waddle, stab.  Waddle, waddle, stab."
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"The gods who nurse this universe think little of mortals' cares. They sit in crowds on exclusive clouds and laugh at our love affairs. I might have had a real romance if they'd given me a chance. I loved him, but he didn't love me. I wanted him, but he didn't want me. Then the gods had a spree and indulged in another whim. Now he loves me, but I don't love him." - Cole Porter
Playbilly
Broadway Legend
joined:3/30/12
Susan Tyrrell in Night Warning
Posted: 10/3/12 at 11:26am
A Goddess!
"Through The Sacrifice You Made, We Can't Believe The Price You Paid..For Love!"

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