Christopher Lawford

Christopher Lawford

Christopher Lawford Quick Links

News Film Quotes RSS

Leave Taylor Swift And Conor Kennedy Alone!


Taylor Swift Christopher Lawford

Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy get enough headlines, according to cousin Christopher Lawford anyway.

Going out with Taylor Swift must be a daunting prospect for a guy, as she certainly won’t let a bad break-up go by without at least one smash-hit song. Conor, 18, seems to think it’ll be okay, and his cousin spoke to Inside Track recently to talk on the young lovers, and insists the papers should leave them be. “Mary Richardson was a big-hearted individual who cared deeply for her kids and they’ve suffered greatly for her not being there. So whatever Conor has to do to comfort himself, he should do it as long as they are both happy and healthy ... and left alone,” he said. Lawford is in town to promote his new book, Recover to Live, and he wasn’t the only family member weighing in on Swifts relationship. “Whatever makes Conor happy makes me happy,' his half-sister, aspiring actress Kathleen 'Kick' Kennedy, told New York Magazine. “I love Taylor; they're pretty cute together.”

This all comes after former U.S. Representative Patrick Kennedy, speaking to TMZ, gave his blessing to the pair. “We love Taylor Swift,” he said. “She's been a great friend and we're happy for Conor. If she wants to be in the family, she's already a part of it.” Phew! Going out with a Kennedy sounds like the proverbial family affair!









The World's Fastest Indian Review


Very Good
"You live more in five minutes on a bike... than some people live in their lifetime," says the plucky, gravel-voiced Burt Munro (Anthony Hopkins), early on in writer-director Roger Donaldson's The World's Fastest Indian. That line and the scene containing it eloquently sum up Munro's fearless devotion to his lifelong love: speed racing, specifically on his re-conditioned 1920s-era Indian motorcycle. World's Fastest is part biopic, part road movie, part triumph of the sprit moviemaking, but, underneath all that, it's a tribute to the aging Munro, whose grit and tenacity elevated him for small-time obscurity to the status of motorcycling legend--the holder of several land speed records.

Donaldson's movie focuses on Munro's 1967 odyssey from his remote New Zealand town to his record-setting speed trials in Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats. Though plagued by a heart ailment, Munro soldiers on, modifying his ancient Indian motorcycle using nothing more than junkyard parts and his try-anything chutzpah. Backed by the goodwill of his townsfolk, Munro ships off to Los Angeles where he commences his cross-country trek towards Utah and the record books.

Continue reading: The World's Fastest Indian Review

The World's Fastest Indian Review


Very Good
"You live more in five minutes on a bike... than some people live in their lifetime," says the plucky, gravel-voiced Burt Munro (Anthony Hopkins), early on in writer-director Roger Donaldson's The World's Fastest Indian. That line and the scene containing it eloquently sum up Munro's fearless devotion to his lifelong love: speed racing, specifically on his re-conditioned 1920s-era Indian motorcycle. World's Fastest is part biopic, part road movie, part triumph of the sprit moviemaking, but, underneath all that, it's a tribute to the aging Munro, whose grit and tenacity elevated him for small-time obscurity to the status of motorcycling legend--the holder of several land speed records.

Donaldson's movie focuses on Munro's 1967 odyssey from his remote New Zealand town to his record-setting speed trials in Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats. Though plagued by a heart ailment, Munro soldiers on, modifying his ancient Indian motorcycle using nothing more than junkyard parts and his try-anything chutzpah. Backed by the goodwill of his townsfolk, Munro ships off to Los Angeles where he commences his cross-country trek towards Utah and the record books.

Continue reading: The World's Fastest Indian Review

The Sex Monster Review


Weak
Think 90 minutes of Dream On gone horribly awry. Mariel Hemingway as a sexy vixen with nascent bisexual tendencies? Maybe 20 years ago. Maybe. Never funny and insulting at times.

Continue reading: The Sex Monster Review

Christopher Lawford

Christopher Lawford Quick Links

News Film Quotes RSS
Advertisement

Occupation

Actor


Advertisement
Advertisement

Christopher Lawford Movies

Artists
Actors
    Filmmakers
      Artists
      Bands
        Musicians
          Artists
          Celebrities
             
              Artists
              Interviews
                musicians & bands in the news
                  actors & filmmakers in the news
                    celebrities in the news

                      Go Back in Time using our News archive to see what happened on a particular day in the past.