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Gerard Butler GALS

Gerry admirer

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About Gerry admirer

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    Johnnie's Addictive GAL
  • Birthday 06/27/1983

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    On the mountain between Nashville and Knoxville Tennessee
  • Interests
    Gerry, Gerry, The Phantom of the Opera, Superman, Batman, Christian Bale, LOTR, Star Wars...did I mention Gerry???

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    United States
  • GALS/PALS Name
    Gerry's Tennessee Belle
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  1. Yaay!! Mine's fixed!! I was thinking "Did the web server eat one of my messages? How can I have -1 new messages?" :rofl:
  2. I'm at -1 and it's BUGGING ME!!! But it'll all correct itself in the end. I have faith in the system. :hmm2:
  3. Oookay.......I'm utterly confused. BUT, as someone pointed out, this is the Scottish press we're talking about here. And Gerry, if I were you...go after them for printing libelous material. You don't have to get money out of it, just get this loser fired. He's not doing his job and he's giving my profession a bad name. Stupid Mac...I don't have emoticons. Oh wait, I do!! Haha! They're just different from my other board...hmm... anyways, I wonder if I get a picture taken with Gerry if they'll think I'm his girlfriend too................the things that people say. Darn them!
  4. I heard all about this from lugerry and I'm so happy for you all (yet a wee bit jealous.) But that's okay, I'll have my turn sometime (hopefully!) And I'm really sure it's more than a 'little slice of heaven'. I'd call it a Heavenly Experience...oooh I so wish I could have been with you all!!!! But then I wouldn't have 'been' with you all, I'd be flat on the ground, passed out from all the excitement. Then I wonder what Gerry's reaction would be...*goes off into dream-world...* By the by...where are you gals's pictures?
  5. Why oh why have you waited this long to see this movie? I had to put it in my Netflix queue and saw it when I went through all of Gerry's movies. This one, besides Phantom, is my favorite one of Gerry's performances. He is fantastic. His performance stole my heart. I so wanted them to get together too!! And the little boy is great too. I'm so trying not to give anything away...~giggle~
  6. Sending you a big hug, Leslie. I think Gerry has a firm hold on his identity and who he is and where he is going and all he wants to accomplish. I'm really not worried about him but more the Hollywood-type people who will flock around him...phonies and "yes" people. I'm sure everyone in Hollywood will want to jump on the Gerry bandwagon - it's a town that thrives on fame, notoriety, blockbuster films, etc. So, those are the people I worry about. The ones who didn't care about him before, and now he is worth their time. Ugh! I just hope when he feels overwhelmed by these people and "LA LA land", that he can go home to the highlands, sit in his mum's backyard, talk to her, listen to that Celtic music and just breathe. In fact, I hope that's what he's doing right NOW!!! ((hugs)) Ashley I hope Gerry's resting after all this press around 300. He very well deserves it!
  7. Wow, that is so awesome Ashley! And what a creative gift. You have a talent, that's for sure, and I'm sure it won't go unnoticed!
  8. I would love to be one of the fortunate fans to meet Gerry, but I don't dwell on it. Sure, I daydream about it (what girl wouldn't?), but I don't go out of my way to meet him or bump into him. If it's meant to be, it'll happen. All I can do from my standpoint is just support his career and let him know how much he's appreciated. And I do that by going to see his movies, buy his merchandise (by the by, is there a Leonidas action figure anywhere???) and post on his fan boards, such as this lovely place.
  9. Got inspired...wrote some thoughts down: March 16, 2007 I just saw 300 for the second time tonight. Yes, I have spent over $70 in a week to see this movie. I spent opening weekend at the IMAX in Nashville, which was INCREDIBLE. Words cannot describe what it was like on IMAX. I’m finally inspired (and have no distractions tonight) to write a review. Actually, two reviews, one for the thoughts and feelings the first time and then my thoughts and feelings on the second viewing. I went to this movie to support our dearest actor Gerard Butler. Gosh saying his name gives me chills. It is THE movie to see on IMAX, let alone my first. When the movie began, I was in awe of the cinematography and graphics. And then Gerry, as King Leonidas, came on screen. He commanded the screen, from his first words to his son to his last: “My queen, my wife, my love.” I wanted to scream back “I love you too!” but then people would think I’m weird. You know… Back on topic: The first time I saw the movie, on the great big IMAX screen (which I still am in awe of especially after seeing it on a regular screen tonight…so not the same) I sat with my mouth wide open, watching Gerry’s every move. Listening intently to every word, not to mention his incredible Scottish lilt he has, which is ADORABLE! Gerry commanded the screen. He IS Leonidas, much like his line THIS IS SPARTA! This second time was different. I noticed little things I didn’t notice before. But this time I paid more attention to the detail of the movie. Each shot is a piece of art. I really hope this movie gets some Oscar nods. Damn the Academy if they shun it in any category. Gerry’s performances are amazing in each and every role he plays. I’ve just gotten to ‘know’ his career this past year by catching Phantom on satellite one night (I know, where in the heck have I been?) I’ve been wondering the same thing. LOL. I fell in love with him then. (Of course not the love love…you know what I mean I hope.) I’ve since watched Attila, Dear Frankie (which I absolutely LOVED!!!), Beowulf and Grendel (helps I read the story back in high school), Timeline, Reign of Fire and One Last Kiss. I own Reign of Fire, Timeline and Phantom now. But his performance in 300 was very different than those others listed above. In all his performances, he gives his all and gets very much into character, but as Leonidas, he led those men into a war without any regrets or fear. That is something to be admired very much. He also showed passion and love for his queen, his fellow countrymen, and determined to save his city. That is a true leader. Someone who is selfless and willing to sacrifice everything, even his kingship for those things he loves so dear. Gerry showed that as Leonidas. There’s just something about Gerry on-screen and off-screen that makes him so loveable. I haven’t been able to grasp what it is, but I think it’s because he appreciates his fans and adores them as much as we adore him. We admire a unique man because of that. And I want him to know that I am dedicated to supporting his career no matter what because he appreciates my admiration. There’s so much more to be said about this wonderful man, but I just don’t know what else there is to say. I loved this movie and the cinematography and graphics. Kudos and Zack and the rest of the production crew for a great movie. It truly is a piece of art.
  10. It's enough for me to hear his voice when he sends us little greetings, such as New Year's greetings or whatever. That takes time out of his busy schedule and he doesn't have to, but it is the only way he can send his little shout of love out to a lot of his fans. Thank God for the Internet!! And thank you Gerry for taking time out to do that little special thing just for us. It makes me feel special, no matter how small the gesture. It just shows how big your heart is and how you try to please your fans in any way possible.
  11. Okay, seriously, if I saw him outside my theater, dressed like that, I would doubt myself. this would be me: Oh...is that...no...that...can it be? no, it's not...wait...maybe it is! And then run up to him and have my camera phone ready and say CAN I GET A PICTURE WITH YOU PLEASE!? And sign...something. And thank him for supporting us fans because we are just so damn lucky! :inlove: you Gerry.
  12. I read this at gb.net also. I bought the magazine and have not scanned in the photos (like I have the time! shyeah!) and do not have any in my photobucket or on the boards. Barnes and Noble had a lot! I bought it after I saw 300 in IMAX.
  13. Swannie, great review! I'll write one up when I get the time (like that'll be anytime soon). But hey, maybe after the second showing, I'll be motivated. Damn I wanna see it on IMAX again. ~shiver~ And mainstream critics do not get it. It's sad. I, on the other hand, LOVED the movie. I can't put into words what I think of it. There's no way. You have to see it in theaters to understand what I'm talking about. And gerry's performance...oh my...only one word comes to mind: FANTABULOUS!!
  14. Cassie and other Chicago fans, I hope you all have room around there! LOL! Just kidding. I'd buy a ticket if the whole film group was there. I'd of course would love to see the other Spartans. ~alice And you know, Oprah's notorious for her gift-giving! ~wink~ And Oprah's a TN girl. Random piece of trivia I thought I'd throw in. ~giggle~
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