This list was submitted by USER00965 on Thursday, January 17th, 2002 at 10:08 PM PST for The 2002 Lee Atwater Invitational Dead Pool.
|Points||Celebrity||Date of Death||Age|
|10||John Gotti||June 10th, 2002||?|
|9||Tom Laughlin||December 12th, 2013||82|
|8||Ronnie Biggs||December 18th, 2013||84|
|7||Herman Talmadge||March 21st, 2002||88|
|6||Bob Hayes||September 18th, 2002||59|
|5||Freddy Fender||October 14th, 2006||69|
|4||Ronald Reagan||June 5th, 2004||93|
|3||Madame Chiang Kai-Shek||October 23rd, 2003||106|
|2||Augusto Pinochet||December 10th, 2006||91|
|1||Gabriel Garcia Marquez||April 17th, 2014||87|
|23 points||3 hits|
He had a pretty amazing career, with the exception being that his last film was Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Did you see THAT piece of crap? Oh man. Yeah - Michael Douglas was good, and even Shia LaBeouf was passable (and we usually hate him), but the story was just idiotic. Plot twists, weird visions, and a female lead who might as well have not even been there. The ending? Oh man. We've never seen anything so dumb in our lives. How does this sort of thing happen anyway? Doesn't anyone in Hollywood have the BALLS to stand up and say "Hey! Wall Street was great, but it doesn't NEED a sequel! Get your head out of your ass!"? Of course they don't. Because art in Hollywood is dead, and it's just all about money now. It's sad. It really is. Oh yeah. Eli's dead too.
(d) June 24th, 2014