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“Oh, mini-cannon. I’m lucky you don’t have retard strength, otherwise my car would be in the tree”
“What is best in life, Gabe?”
“To crush your enemy-bloggers, to see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their women.”
This looks suspiciously like Wild Wild West 2: Revenge of the Honkies.
I remember being catapulted into the world of “The Notebook” by eating sandwich filled with wood-chips and bland, bland mayonaise.
In Ukraine, Tetris runs parliament.
No Yakov Smirnoff-ing there, just a sign of our eventual overthrow by our robot masters.
Saying “I’m a veteran” in an interview should automatically oblige the person to say which war they…veteranated (?).
Grenadan Invasion Veteran < World War II veteran*
* Except for Dick Whitman, the cad and bounder.
This video makes me think that Belle & Sebastian have gone a bit too twee.
The point about “they’ve already been down this path once before, one begins to get the sense that they’re poking it for poking’s sake” isn’t strictly true. The first time South Park featured Mohammed there was no censorship, and no-one took any offence at it. It was only after those cartoons ran in Denmark that it became an issue.
Apologies for the lack of sarcasm and/or ironic use of ebonics in the above.
So now there appending blog comments to trailers, apparently? Everyone here suddenly has a purpose!
I’m just back from a flash-sideways alternate universe where the Joel Schumacher Batman movies, the 90s remakes of The Mod Squad and The Avengers are all critically acclaimed. Green Hornet will be just fine…
I’m going to steal your comment and use it as my go-to “Hurt Locker is crap” argument.
Kevin Smith and what looks like a formal-wear hockey jersey. I’m surprised the camera didn’t just burst into flames of worst.
That’s probably the best interview the Prime Minister of Australia has done in a long time.
The Hurt Locker made money, it’s not like Kathryn Bigelow had to sell her house to get it into theatre. Although maybe she did her good deed after making Point Break and made a huge donation to the Jimmy Carter Library.
Fair enough; although it’s more that Slumdog fell into a backlash-friendly narrative for criticism that the Hurt Locker avoided. Where are the stories following up the kid who played Beckham in the movie?
Just so I’m clear, The Hurt Locker didn’t end the war in Iraq. So it hasn’t passed the Videogum/Slumdog Millionaire bar for being a good movie, right? Kathryn Bigelow should at least be throwing some money at repairing roads in Basra or something.