When the fine folks at my new home-away-from-home Pajiba asked me to participate in the "Pajiba 10" -- where we writers for the site would FYC someone (or something) to carry the Thirst Mantle for the year that was 2020, which will then be voted on by the site's readership -- I, being me, immediately made a list of about fifteen names I could've nominated. I won't get into all my runners-up (although I imagine y'all could guess several of them, if you've been here at all in 2020) because there really was no true competition for my Top Pick this year, not when it came down to it -- nobody got all my engines revving in 2020 like The Last Black Man in San Francisco and Lovecraft Country star Jonathan Majors did. The talent... the charisma... the biceps... you can scan back thru MNPP's archives on the man to truly take in the fever I fell under in real time. And then you should head on over to Pajiba, where I wrote it all up in minute, sweaty detail. Oh Jonathan...
Thursday, December 17, 2020
Something Thirsty, Something Majors
Who? Jason Adams When? 3:44 PM
Labels: Anatomy IN a Scene, Charlie Hunnam, gratuitous, horror, Jack O'Connell, Jonathan Majors, Spike Lee
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Cannot get enough of him. he's so fine!
Ha! I knew that was your pick the moment I saw it
You have excellent taste--I heartily concur.
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