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BJMBrian Jonestown Massacre (band)
BJMBujumbura, Burundi (airport code)
BJMBeverly J. Martin (school; New York)
BJMBarnard Jacobs Mellet (holding company; South Africa)
BJMBeing John Malkovich (movie)
BJMBallets Jazz de Montréal (French: Jazz Ballet of Montreal; Montreal, Canada)
BJMBritish Journal of Midwifery (journal)
BJMBritish Journal of Medicine (UK)
BJMBibliothèque des Jeunes de Montréal (French: Montreal Children's Library; Montreal, Canada)
BJMBone, Joint and Muscle
BJMBetween Job Monitor
BJMBlue Jackets' Manual
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The star of Dangerous Liaisons, Being John Malkovich, Con Air and Burn After Reading caused shoppers to do a double take when he went for a stroll in the city centre at the weekend.
BEING JOHN MALKOVICH (1999) Music video director Spike Jonze made his feature debut with a delightfully surreal comedy drama about an office worker who discovers a portal into the mind of Malkovich.
Big names including Billy Bob Thornton, Jack Black and Dan Aykroyd turned up to the support the star of Being John Malkovich.
The unexpected accolade was handed to the budget hotel because of its famous part-owner, John Malkovich, the eccentric star of Dangerous Liaisons, Empire of the Sun and Being John Malkovich.
Which actor played John Malkovich in the film Being John Malkovich? 9.
(69446130) Being John Malkovich (1999), Sky Movies Indie, 10.00pm.
His film credits include Dangerous Liaisons, In the Line of Fire, Con Air, The Man in the Iron Mask, Rounders, Changeling, Being John Malkovich, and Burn After Reading.
A-HEAD OF THE GAME Being John Malkovich; HOME RUN The Babe
FILM: A special showing by of the 2002 film Adaptation written byCharlie Kaufman, the man whose debut Being John Malkovich was not only strange -it took place inside the head of American actor John Malkovich -but became a massive hit.
The broader idea of prowling about in someone else's virtual world turned up in still more pictures, from What Dreams May Come (1998) to Being John Malkovich (1999) to The Cell (2000).
I will have done all this and much more in order to deliver to you, dear reader, the essence, the core, the man behind the man behind the curtain, the shriveled little homunculus piloting with mischievous glee screenwriter Charlie Kaufman's fat, balding, shamefully inadequate body--that bad marionette, that leaking bag of bones and flesh who once wrote something hailed as "startlingly original" (1999's Being John Malkovich) but whose cremaster has apparently reeled his creative balls so far into his body cavity that he is, pre sently, choking on them.
(For that matter, clay-wheeled skate type John Milius did the screenplay for uber-film Apocalypse Now and Big Wednesday, among other board-oriented things.) Spike Jonze's Being John Malkovich did biz.