Mr. Sir Knight, I wish to interview you in person, I will travel anywhere on this small planet to talk to you. I attended Indiana University, Bloomington when you led IU to victory.
I want to interview Emily Compagno in New York City, at the Fox News Studio, with Gred Gutfeld sitting quiet. I want to know why you glow, there is this shine around you, it’s addictive. Your husband is the luckiest man on the planet.
Mr. Jeff Cavaliere, I would request an interview with you in person, at your gym, where you make your great videos. I broke my femur at age 23, then my tibia at age 63. I wish to discuss how to use elastic bands as I travel the world to exercise the muscles involved in walking.
I want to interview Jo Dee Messina I’m Andy Lee Graham a world traveler, therefore, it truly can be…. “(I) can pack up tomorrow, tonight let's flip a coin Heads Carolina, tails California
I want to interview John Mellencamp in the city of Bloomington, Indiana at the Bluebird Nightclub I wish to have you explain why you wrote the song “Small Town?” What motivated you, I grew up in the small town of Orland, Indiana, and love the song.
I wish to interview you in person, I will travel anywhere you wish in the world it’s up to you life is good. I wish to discuss the granular collection of data by website owners that may, or may not be needed to sell advertising. Will monetization with ads die?
I wish to interview both of you in person, before you become President of the USA. I will travel anywhere on this small planet to talk to you. This is quite easy for me, as I am a world traveler, a Hobo that travels, everyday Hobo. Thank you, Andy Lee Graham
I want to interview Warren Buffett, at a small restaurant, in the back booth, quiet, and peaceful, nothing pretentious.
Mr. Jim Banks is a politician who works for me, because I am registered to vote in Northeast, Indiana. I want legislation passed that limits data, personal information that can be collected, and protects your privacy. Thank you Mr. Banks.
To Justin Zackham, and family, writer of the film "The Bucket List," a list of things to do, before we kick the bucket, this is Andy Lee Graham writing 10 years after I wrote the first time about, "The Bucket List."
The Bucket List
The Bucket List is a 2007 American comedy-drama film directed and produced by Rob Reiner, written by Justin Zackham, and starring Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman. The main plot follows two terminally ill men on their road trip with a wish list of things to do before they "kick the bucket".
The film premiered on December 15, 2007 in Hollywood and opened in limited release in the United States on December 25, 2007, by Warner Bros. The film then had a wide release on January 11, 2008. Despite receiving mixed reviews from critics, the film was chosen by National Board of Review as one of the top ten films of 2007 and was a box office success, grossing $175 million worldwide.
Two men, blue-collar mechanic Carter Chambers (Freeman) and billionaire hospital magnate Edward Cole (Nicholson) meet for the first time in the hospital after both have been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer.
Carter is a gifted amateur historian and family man who wanted to become a history professor in his youth but never rose above his status as a mechanic. Edward is a four-time divorced health-care tycoon and cultured loner who enjoys tormenting his personal valet/servant, Thomas (Sean Hayes), who later reveals his name is actually Matthew. Edward enjoys drinking Kopi Luwak, one of the most expensive coffees in the world.
During their time in the ward, Carter and Edward find common ground. Carter begins writing a "bucket list", or things to do before he "kicks the bucket". After hearing he has less than a year, Carter discards the list. Edward finds it the next morning and urges Carter to do everything on the list, offering to finance the trip for both of them. Carter agrees and despite the protests of his wife, Virginia (Beverly Todd), Edward and Carter begin their around-the-world vacation. They go skydiving, drive a Shelby Mustang, fly over the North Pole, eat dinner at Chevre d'or in France, visit and praise the beauty and history of Taj Mahal, India, ride motorcycles on the Great Wall of China, attend a lion safari in Tanzania, and visit the base of Mt. Everest in Nepal.
Atop the Great Pyramid, looking out over the pyramids of Khafre and Menkaure, they confide about faith and family, revealing that Carter has long been feeling less in love with his wife and that Edward is deeply hurt by his estrangement from his only daughter, who disowned him after he drove away her abusive husband. In Hong Kong, Edward hires a prostitute for Carter, who has never been with any woman but his wife. Carter declines and realizing that he loves his wife, asks to return home.
On the drive back, Carter reciprocates by trying to reunite Edward with his daughter. Believing it is a breach of trust, Edward angrily storms off. Carter returns home to his family while Edward stays home alone. However, the family reunion is short-lived: Carter suffers a seizure and is rushed to the hospital, the cancer having spread to his brain.
Edward, who is now in remission, visits him and they share a few moments, wherein Carter reveals how Edward's Kopi Luwak coffee is grown in Sumatra and then fed to and defecated by a jungle cat before being harvested because of the special aroma of the gastric juices. Carter crosses off "laugh till I cry" from his bucket list and insists Edward finish the list without him. Carter then undergoes surgery but dies on the operating table.
As news of Carter's death is given to his wife and family, Edward attempts to reconcile with his own daughter. She accepts him back into her life and introduces him to the granddaughter he never knew he had. After greeting the little girl with a kiss on the cheek, Edward crosses "kiss the most beautiful girl in the world" off the list. Edward delivers a eulogy at Carter's funeral, during which he explains that the last three months of Carter's life were the best three months of his life and crosses "help a complete stranger for the good" off the list.
The epilogue reveals that Edward lived until age 81, and his ashes were then taken to the summit of a peak in the Himalayas by his assistant Matthew. As Matthew places a Chock full o'Nuts coffee can alongside another can, he crosses off the last item on the bucket list ("witness something truly majestic") and places it between the cans. Carter's narration reveals that the two cans contain their ashes and that Edward would have loved this, because he was "buried on the mountain and that was against the law".
Jack Nicholson as Edward Cole
Morgan Freeman as Carter Chambers
Sean Hayes as Thomas/Matthew
Beverly Todd as Virginia Chambers
Rob Morrow as Dr. Hollins
Alfonso Freeman as Roger Chambers
Rowena King as Angelica
Jennifer DeFrancisco as Emily Cole
Serena Reeder as Rachel
Annton Berry Jr as Kai
Verda Bridges as Chandra
Destiny Brownridge as Maya
Brian Copeland as Lee
Ian Anthony Dale as instructor
Noel Guglielmi as mechanic
Jonathan Hernandez as Manny
Andrea J. Johnson as Elizabeth
Jordan Lund as tattoo artist
Jonathan Mangum as Richard
Christopher Stapleton as Kyle
Alex Trebek as himself
Taylor Ann Thompson as Edward's granddaughter
Karen Maruyama as Nurse Shing
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