Andrew McCarthy

ibtravart:

Witness the Magic Of McCarthy!
My very first crush growing up was Andrew McCarthy. I would watch Pretty In Pink every day after school off of a VHS copy from HBO (I was in 3rd or 4th grade).
The scene where Andy (Molly Ringwald) confronted a playing-with-her-heart Blaine (McCarthy) was always so powerful.
Even MORE powerful than the emotion of that scene was Andrew’s eye and nostril acting. He gives SERIOUS eyeball in his performances. The man needs a facial expression Academy Award.
Don’t stare at this animated gif too long. You might fall under the hypnotic spell of McCarthy. You will spend every waking minute of every single day watching and rewatching those beautiful pupils and nostrils!

ibtravart:

Witness the Magic Of McCarthy!

My very first crush growing up was Andrew McCarthy. I would watch Pretty In Pink every day after school off of a VHS copy from HBO (I was in 3rd or 4th grade).

The scene where Andy (Molly Ringwald) confronted a playing-with-her-heart Blaine (McCarthy) was always so powerful.

Even MORE powerful than the emotion of that scene was Andrew’s eye and nostril acting. He gives SERIOUS eyeball in his performances. The man needs a facial expression Academy Award.

Don’t stare at this animated gif too long. You might fall under the hypnotic spell of McCarthy. You will spend every waking minute of every single day watching and rewatching those beautiful pupils and nostrils!

— 1 year ago with 51 notes
#Andrew McCarthy  #Molly Ringwald  #Pretty in Pink  #gif 
What is going on with your hair, dear Andrew? Is there something we should know?

What is going on with your hair, dear Andrew? Is there something we should know?

(Source: 70s80s90sheartthrob)

— 1 year ago with 81 notes
#Andrew McCarthy  #80s 

hollywoodarchive:

posted from his Fb Page

please dont copy

— 1 year ago with 17 notes
#Andrew McCarthy  #McCarthy tweets 
Oh Robert, that is not how Big People eat at the table when they go out to dinner!

Oh Robert, that is not how Big People eat at the table when they go out to dinner!

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— 1 year ago with 53 notes
#Andrew McCarthy  #Jami Gertz  #Robert Downey Jr.  #Less Than Zero 
Andrew McCarthy’s Horrible Penmanship

intospasm:

Is it me, or does Andrew McCarthy’s handwriting look like that of a stroke victim or pre-school student?

To me, it looks like “Angro Mcmessofsquigglylines”

Way to sign, Angro.

Way to sign.

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— 1 year ago with 25 notes
#Andrew McCarthy  #Polaroid  #penmanship 
But why so blue, Andrew?

But why so blue, Andrew?

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— 1 year ago with 97 notes
#Andrew McCarthy  #80s 
freepressbooks:

Twelve weeks shy of turning 50, McCarthy — an actor, director and award-winning travel writer — is still boyish. His first book, The Longest Way Home: One Man’s Quest for the Courage to Settle Down (Free Press, $26), is being released Tuesday.
It’s part memoir, dealing with his parallel careers in acting and writing, his alcoholism — he’s been sober since 1992, he says — and overcoming his self-doubts and insecurities. And it’s part travelogue about trips to Patagonia, the Amazon and Mt. Kilimanjaro. Over iced tea, he calls it “an internal journey played out externally.” In it, he writes, “Success in acting had given me a persona and a shell of confidence; my travels helped me find myself beneath that persona and fill out that shell with belief. Through travel, I began to grow up.” (Read the rest via Andrew McCarthy settles down by traveling the globe – USATODAY.com)
The Longest Way Home by Andrew McCarthy is on sale now.

freepressbooks:

Twelve weeks shy of turning 50, McCarthy — an actor, director and award-winning travel writer — is still boyish. His first book, The Longest Way Home: One Man’s Quest for the Courage to Settle Down (Free Press, $26), is being released Tuesday.

It’s part memoir, dealing with his parallel careers in acting and writing, his alcoholism — he’s been sober since 1992, he says — and overcoming his self-doubts and insecurities. And it’s part travelogue about trips to Patagonia, the Amazon and Mt. Kilimanjaro. Over iced tea, he calls it “an internal journey played out externally.” In it, he writes, “Success in acting had given me a persona and a shell of confidence; my travels helped me find myself beneath that persona and fill out that shell with belief. Through travel, I began to grow up.” (Read the rest via Andrew McCarthy settles down by traveling the globe – USATODAY.com)

The Longest Way Home by Andrew McCarthy is on sale now.

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— 1 year ago with 6 notes
#Andrew McCarthy  #The Longest Way Home